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Pagan Prayer Beads by John Michael Greer
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Feb 21, 2009

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Enjoyable and inspirational ideas for those of us who dabble in Paganism, Magic, and Meditation (or even those of us who are more serious about those things). One of the best parts what how often Green and Vaughn remind the reader that these are their ideas and anything the reader does differently will be right. No two strings of prayer beads should be the same - even if they were mass produced the intentions and prayers of the individual using the beads would change each string to something unique.

There is an excellent section of Correspondences (Red is for _____, Dolphins represent ______, etc.) that is useful for more projects and magics than just the making of prayer beads. Also a nice balance between a couple of the major sects of Paganism (Wicca and Druid) since each has a similar yet different way to organize the energies, year, Dieties, etc.

Even non-pagans who play with meditation could find inspiration here, if they were so inclined.

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