June 2019 News

MEETING NOTES

Thanks to those who attended the monthly meeting on Sunday, June 2nd! Here are the June Minutes if you missed it.

In our efforts to increase transparency, help Mystic Grove friends and fans keep up, and assist forming CUUPS chapters and other groups, we’re making it a goal to make more of our documents “public access” as we continue to revise our website.

The next meeting is July 2, 2019 at Noon in Room 1. Guests welcome to observe and learn how we work.

INSPIRATION PHOTO

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June 2nd was the annual Flower Communion service at 1U.  “It was originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Flower Ceremony was introduced to the United States by Rev. Maya Capek, Norbert’s widow.

In this ceremony, everyone in the congregation brings a flower. Each person places a flower on the altar or in a shared vase. The congregation and minister bless the flowers, and they’re redistributed. Each person brings home a different flower than the one they brought.” Learn more at https://www.uua.org/worship/holidays/flower-ceremony

LUNAR RITUAL

This month Moon Circle studied how angels appear in various world religions and the throat chakra and what is corresponds to.  Last class for this series is June before we go on break.  Moon Circle returns in January 2020.

SOLAR RITUAL

Our next ritual is Summer Solstice Morning Service at 10:30 AM in the sanctuary followed by coffee hour snacks.   The theme is “exploring personal power.”

You can learn the songs ahead of time and come be part of the “pop up pagan choir” — simply sit anywhere in the pews and add your voices to the mix as we help the congregation learn new music.  The prelude will be improv drumming.  If you want to drum, bring your instrument and sit in a front pew so you have space.  A brief rehearsal is at 10 AM.

EDUCATION

Kitchen Witchery Book

June 13:  Kitchen Witchery

In this 8 session adult summer series on 2nd and 4th Thursdays, we explore various demonstrations from “Kitchen Witchery” by Cerridwen Greenleaf.  Learn how to bring the sacred into the simple acts of making meals, teas, and crafts from the garden and kitchen.

Email registration is for “Kitchen Witchery” series closes on June 13 at the first class.   To save your space, please email mysticgrove@orlandouu.org with “Kitchen Witchery” is the title. Tuition is $40 if you need a book, $25 if you already have it or are sharing with a friend.  It is due on first class.

After June 13, you can attend as a “drop in” student for $5 a class to watch the demonstrations and participate in the activities with the understanding that supplies may be limited for drop-ins since we didn’t know you were coming.

June 16: Pagan Voices Book Group 

his 6 session book group meets on 3rd Sundays in Room 1 after coffee hour and read the selection of the month out loud and discuss. While you don’t need the “Pagan Voices” book to drop-in and check it out, your experience will be enriched if you do get your own text.   This month’s session is hosted by Lesley H.  We read and discuss

  • Designing Ritual for All” by Maggie Beaumont”
  • “Cultural Sharing and Misappopriation” by Carol Bodeau

June 20: R&D Ritual Book

3rd Thursdays we work on ritual book. The binders are in, and we start sorting them according to solar ritual.  We also fill out the cover templates.  Helpers welcome.

July 5 Pagan Pride Prep

1st Fridays we work on material for Orlando Pagan Pride in the fall!  July we’ll be working on give away necklaces and prayers beads.  Guests welcome.

Popcorn Theology

Thanks to those attending multigenerational Popcorn Theology: “Inside Out” on June 9th! We learned about UU principle 1 — “Each person is important” and explored the themes of joy and sadness.

For the at home players, watch the “Inside Out” movie and consider these questions:

  • Why did Sadness have to be the one to stop Riley from running away?
  • In the Memory Dump, Joy notices that the same memory can be both happy and sad. How does that work? Why is it important for Riley (and us) to have both?
  • Why was Bing-Bong willing to sacrifice himself in order to help Joy succeed? How does Joy feel when he disappears? Happy or sad or both?

Coloring pages for the month can be found at

https://www.bestcoloringpagesforkids.com/inside-coloring-pa…

Next month on July 14, we screen “Zooptopia” and explore themes around kindness vs fear and UU Principle 2: “Be kind in all you do.”

https://www.facebook.com/events/2308907309341368/

 

FELLOWSHIP

Teaching Craft Circle: Fantasy Dragon Eggs

Meet in assembly room for crafting and fellowship fun! This month our teen teacher, Lady Jai, is back and teaches us how to make our own fantasy dragon eggs!

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(Image by Ruby Reminiscence)

Project is based on the tutorials at

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S-MxT2W7hw

and

http://www.shurtugal.com/2014/09/19/create-your-own-dragon-egg-with-this-easy-and-inexpensive-dragon-egg-art-project/

If you are an at home player, post your pix of what you made!

Cost is a $5 donation to help replenish art supplies.  While we will have an assortment of egg sizes, tacks, and metallic paints. Feel free to bring other embellisments — glitter, sequins, etc for your egg. You can also do the painting with nail polish — so bring your old bottles if you like!

CUUPS CHAPTERS

CUUPS chapters in Florida have rituals and other events this month.

Florida CUUPS Chapter Event
Brevard – Spiral Journey CUUPS June 16 Midsummer Celebration
Ft. Lauderdale – Moonpath CUUPS June 23 Summer Solstice 
Ft. Myers – Ft Myers CUUPS June 21 Midsummer Ritual
Jacksonville – Jacksonville CUUPS June 19 Midsummer Ritual
Orlando – Mystic Grove CUUPS June 23 Midsummer Service
Tallahassee – Dandelion Pagan Collective CUUPS June 16 How to Do Ritual for Sacred Observances
Tampa – Circle in the Woods CUUPS June 15 Full Moon Celebration

VOLUNTEERING

Mystic Grove welcomes helpers!

  • University UU Newsletter Reporter.  Email skills required.  Using a template, you craft the blurb for our sister church’s newsletter about our upcoming activities.  (20 min once a month from now until June 1 to cover the Spring Term.)
  • Brochure Delivery.  Your own transportation required.  Pick up brochures/fliers and deliver to various locations in town.  1-3 times a semester, can be done one Saturday afternoon or spread out.

MYSTIC GROVE CALENDAR

The Summer Brochure is out! See the programs we’re offering in the Summer 2019 semester.  Are you interested in becoming a Mystic Grove teacher? Hosting a craft circle? Email us mysticgrove@orlandouu.org. 

MYSTIC GROVE LINKS TO KNOW

Questions or more info?  Please email us at mysticgrove@orlandouu.org

Moon Circle: Throat Chakra (May 2019)

Our fifth Moon Circle session focuses on the throat chakra with guidance from the angelic realm.

Throat Chakra- Vishuddha

Element: akasha or aether

Concerns: expression, listen to guidance, act on higher will

Health and wellness issues: ears, lungs, mouth, thyroid, respiratory, communication

Herbs: angelica root, basil, bergamot, chamomile, cypress, peppermint, spearmint

Fragrances: frankincense

Sound: musical note G, seed sound Ham

Planets: Mercury

Tree of Life Sephirot: Gevurah, Chesed, Da’at

Rune: ansuz

Tarot: The Hanged Man, The Hierophant

Stones: amazonite, aquamarine, chrysocolla, lapis lazuli, larimar, sodalite, turquoise 

Animals: hummingbird, wolf

Other deities: Shakti in her throat chakra aspect called Shakini, Ambara, Benzaiten, Bragi, Dian Y Glas, Hermes/Mercury, Lucifer, Melek Taus, Muses, Odin, Sadashiva, Saraswati

HOMEWORK

Homework is “pick your level.”

ThinkingQuestions: This month we study the throat chakra. We discuss listening to guidance and acting on our higher Will.

“I have just recovered the key to the lost staircase … the staircase in the wall … winds from the subterranean depths of the Ego to the high terraces crowned by stars.”

French writer and mystic, Romain Rolland

Deep Listening Questions:

 

Small Choose one from each category

Videos/Exercices

Articles

Medium: All the above PLUS Choose an article or two on our deity and pantheon of the month

Large: All the above PLUS

DIY Mix and match your own combo from above and/or select another working that interests you related to this month’s theme.

Other

Music

May 2019 News

MEETING NOTES

Thanks to those who attended the monthly meeting on Sunday, May 5th! Here are the May Minutes if you missed it.

In our efforts to increase transparency, help Mystic Grove friends and fans keep up, and assist forming CUUPS chapters and other groups, we’re making it a goal to make more of our documents “public access” as we continue to revise our website.

The next meeting is June2, 2019 at Noon in Room 1. Guests welcome to observe and learn how we work.

INSPIRATION PHOTO AND LUNAR RITUAL

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This month Moon Circle studied Kwan Yin, the Chinese goddess of mercy and compassion. It also studied the Heart Chakra.  Moon Circle class continues on May 24  with “Throat Chakra” in class.

SOLAR RITUAL

Thank to those who attended Beltane 2019! It was guest ritual presented by The Wild Blackthorn.

Our next ritual is Summer Solstice Morning Service at 11 AM in the sanctuary followed by coffee hour snacks and games.   The theme is “exploring personal power.”

EDUCATION

May 16: R&D Ritual Book

We continue to format past rituals and also work on captioning photos for the anniversary photo book. You are welcome to bring old memories, photos, and helping hands.

May 26 Coffee Hour

We celebrate 3 years as a CUUPs chapter by hosting Coffee Hour after the Children’s Annual service.  The theme is ““Generational Reflections:  Honoring Our 1U Teens and Younger UUs.”  We will be bidding Rev. Christine Dance goodybe by making her the May Queen and teaching the congregation how to dance around the maypole. Rev. Dance has accepted a position with UU Phoenix.  We will also work on the classroom tree painting.

You can help make decisions about 2019-2020 education programs by taking our survey online or in person.

Kitchen Witchery Book

Kitchen Witchery.

Email registration is open for “Kitchen Witchery!”  To save your space, please email mysticgrove@orlandouu.org with “Kitchen Witchery” is the title.  In this 8 session adult summer series on 2nd and 4th Thursdays, we explore various demonstrations from “Kitchen Witchery” by Cerridwen Greenleaf.  Learn how to bring the sacred into the simple acts of making meals, teas, and crafts from the garden and kitchen.  Text is required.

Tuition is $40 for the series to reserve your spot and supplies. Please bring your tuition on first day of class in cash or check.

(Or tuition is $5 per class for “drop in” students with the understanding that supplies may be limited since we didn’t know you were going to drop in that day.)

1 full scholarship and 2 half scholarships available for those signing up for the entire series. Read more about the class and syllabus here. 

FELLOWSHIP

May 17 : Teaching Craft Circle. We create bright bold new elemental banners from Kona cotton with felt applique for the Midsummer 2019 service in half size (approx 10 in x 36 in) and full size (approx. 20 x 72 in). Come help out and learn to make your own in similar style!

VOLUNTEERING

Mystic Grove welcomes helpers!

  • University UU Newsletter Reporter.  Email skills required.  Using a template, you craft the blurb for our sister church’s newsletter about our upcoming activities.  (20 min once a month from now until June 1 to cover the Spring Term.)
  • Brochure Delivery.  Your own transportation required.  Pick up brochures/fliers and deliver to various locations in town.  1-3 times a semester, can be done one Saturday afternoon or spread out.
  • Craft Supplies — seeking collage bits for Dragon eggs in June. (sequins, small pebbles, shells, etc) Also hot sealing wax and seals, paper for July.

MYSTIC GROVE CALENDAR

The Spring Brochure is out! See the programs we’re offering in the Spring semester.  Are you interested in becoming a Mystic Grove teacher? Hosting a craft circle? Email us mysticgrove@orlandouu.org. 

MYSTIC GROVE LINKS TO KNOW

Questions or more info?  Please email us at mysticgrove@orlandouu.org

Moon Circle: Heart Chakra (April 2019)

Our fourth Moon Circle session focuses on the heart chakra and the bodhisattva Kuan Yin.

Heart Chakra – Anahata

In Sanskrit, anahata means unhurt, unstruck, and unbeaten.

Element: Air

Concerns: Love, Forgiveness, Compassion, Acceptance

Health and wellness issues: heart and breathing disorders, breast cancer,  chest pain, high blood pressure, passivity, immune system problems, muscular tension.

Herbs: Vervain, Angelica, Hops, Hawthorn, Basil, Tulsi, Rose, Motherwort, Lavender

Fragrances: Rose, Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine

Sound: Yam

Planets: Venus

Tree of Life Sephirot: Tiferet (Tephereth)

Rune: Wunjo, Berkana

Tarot: Strength

Stones: Emerald, Rose Quartz, Green Aventurine, Tourmaline (Green, Pink, Watermelon), Pink Kunzite

Animals: Dove, Dog, Deer

Deities: Kuan Yin, Jesus, Vishnu, Krishna, Venus, Isis, Green Tara

HOMEWORK

Homework is “pick your level.”

ThinkingQuestions:  This month we study the heart chakra.

Deep Listening Questions:

“To me, the way of the witch has always been a heart path. As we align with the green world, with nature, and venerate nature as the physical manifestations of the divine, we are aligned with the green that has become associated with the heart chakra. Many mystics have found their spiritual awakening through nature and through the awakening of the love that connects all things.”

Christopher Penczak, The Living Temple of
Witchcraft

Answer the following questions while thinking
about the previous quote:

Describe a time when you felt a sense of serenity and connection in nature.

How does your paganism and/or UU path help you to become aware of “the love that connects all things”?

Does a connection between nature and the heart chakra work for you?Why or why not?

———

“Radiate boundless love towards the entire world —
above, below, and across — unhindered, without ill
will, without enmity.”

– The Buddha (from the Metta Sutta)

Is “radiating boundless love towards the entire world” realistic? Why or why not?

How do you deal with difficult people in your life? Which spiritual tools do you use?

———

A common form of the Wiccan Rede (a pagan ethical statement) is “An’ ye harm none, do what ye will.”

What are some ways that we can avoid inflicting harm on other people?

How do you make amends after you have harmed someone else?

 

Small Videos/Exercices (Choose Two)

Articles

Medium: All the above PLUS Choose an article/video or two on our deity and pantheon of the month

Large: All the above PLUS

DIY Mix and match your own combo from above and/or select another working that interests you related to this month’s theme

Bach Original Flower Remedies

Official Website

How to Use Bach Flower Remedies

The following were used in our blend for the heart chakra…

Agrimony: Communicate Openly

Agrimony encourages the positive potential to open up, as well as communicate your real feelings. For those who hide a mountain of thoughts and inner turmoil behind their smile. Leave emotional discomfort in the past; face your emotion freely.

Chicory: Love Unconditionally

Chicory encourages the positive potential to selflessly take a step back and care for others without expecting anything in return. Care for the ones you love without becoming manipulative or overprotective. Take a step back, and love unconditionally.

Red Chestnut: Peace of Mind

Red Chestnut encourages the positive potential of peace of mind, to care for others with compassion but without the worry. Often a temporary feeling, anxious thoughts and worries can impact our relationships. Overcome the feeling of anxiety around others, and comfort your mind.

Water Violet: Connect

Water Violet encourages the positive potential to find warmer relationships with others in a calm, relatable way. Allow yourself to reach out and connect with others. Cultivate and connect with the
people that surround you.

 

 

March 2019 News

MEETING NOTES

Thanks to those who attended the monthly meeting on Sunday, Mar 3rd! Here are the March Minutes if you missed it.

In our efforts to increase transparency, help Mystic Grove friends and fans keep up, and assist forming CUUPS chapters and other groups, we’re making it a goal to make more of our documents “public access” as we continue to revise our website.

The next meeting is April 7, 2019 at Noon in Room 1. Guests welcome to observe and learn how we work.

INSPIRATION PHOTO

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“Spring Equinox” by Amanda Clark.   Ms. Clark is an artist in the United Kingdom.  Here’s her Spring post. 

SOLAR RITUAL

Our next ritual is Ostara on March 9th.  Cost is FREE.  $5 love offering welcome to help replenish worship supplies.

  • 6:15 PM — “Meet and Greet” in Classroom B with Chip and Toni.  Come learn about Unitarian Universalist Pagans, First Unitarian Church, and the Mystic Grove at this friendly Q&A.
  • 7 PM — Ritual in the Main Hall by Barbara.
  • 8 PM — Potluck.
  • 9 PM — Clean up.  Out by 9:30 PM.

The book store table will be available in the Foyer from 6-7 and again 7-9.  Proceeds benefit the Mystic Grove scholarship line to benefit students who wish to take our classes but need a little help.  If you have books, decks, movies and other “book size” small items to donate, bring them to any ritual.

LUNAR RITUAL

Moon Circle class continues on Mar 29 with “Solar Plexus” Chakra in class. Lunar ritual will explore the Germanic tradition.  Matching Facebook study group:  Free. 

$5 love donation welcome from “drop in” students to support scholarships and our educational programs.

EDUCATION

Mar 1: R&D Holidays and Holy Days

A productive session! We brainstormed a new 4 panel brochure to make a “minister cheat sheet” of some common pagan paths and symbols for our own use and to assist CUUPS in their work. Want to help? Join us next session on April 5. 

 

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Mar 17: Book Group: Pagan Voices

This 6 session book group meets on 3rd Sundays in Room 1 after coffee hour and read the selection of the month out loud and discuss.

This month’s session is hosted by Dev Inderjeet. We look at “Paths and Patterns” by Misty Sheehan and “Touched by a Goddess” by Om Prakash.

While you don’t need a book to drop-in and check it out, your experience will be enriched if you do get your own text.  You can order it online from the UUA Bookstore or from Amazon.    You can also learn how the book came to be here. 

Mar 21: R&D Ritual Book

We continue to format past rituals and also work on captioning photos for the anniversary photo book. You are welcome to bring old memories, photos, and helping hands. 

FELLOWSHIP

Mar 15: Teaching craft Circle this month takes a “spring kitchen” theme! Come learn different ways to fold grocery store bags and how to make a grocery bag holder.  We will also be decorating dish towels. 1 for you and 1 to give to the church kitchen.

Plan ahead April 14:  Mystic Grove Hosts Spring Coffee Hour.  After the service, we’re teaching the congregation how to dance around the may pole, working on an intergenerational collaborative tree painting, and having an open meeting for programming suggestions.  What do you want Mystic Grove to have more of? Less of? For classes?  Do you want info on how to help teach, lead ritual, and participate more deeply? Come enjoy nibbles and help shape our programs for Fall 2019!

VOLUNTEERING

Mystic Grove welcomes helpers!

  • University UU Newsletter Reporter.  Email skills required.  Using a template, you craft the blurb for our sister church’s newsletter about our upcoming activities.  (20 min once a month from now until June 1 to cover the Spring Term.)
  • Brochure Delivery.  Your own transportation required.  Pick up brochures/fliers and deliver to various locations in town.  1-3 times a semester, can be done one Saturday afternoon or spread out.
  • Ostara Ritual — People to call corners and serve cake and ale.  As always, “on the day” helpers who wish to help put out the chair and clean up dishes always welcome!
  • Gore Hall Kitchen Pantry.  We’re doing a kitchen clean up to help our friends on the Coffee Hour committee.  Email if interested.
  • Craft Supplies — seeking paper for April and May craft circles.  And collage bits for Dragon eggs in June. (sequins, small pebbles, shells, etc)

MYSTIC GROVE CALENDAR

The Spring Brochure is out! See the programs we’re offering in the Spring semester.  Are you interested in becoming a Mystic Grove teacher? Hosting a craft circle? Email us mysticgrove@orlandouu.org. 

MYSTIC GROVE LINKS TO KNOW

Questions or more info?  Please email us at mysticgrove@orlandouu.org

Moon Circle: Solar Plexus Chakra (March 2019)

Our third Moon Circle session focuses on the Solar Plexus and the Germanic/Heathen deity Sunna.

Solar Plexus- Manipura

Element: Fire with Air.

Concerns: will, power, energy, self esteem, transformation, laughter, anger

Health and wellness issues: adrenal issues, anorexia/bulimia, anxiety, cirrhosis, codependency, diabetes, digestive issues, fear of rejection, indecisiveness, self image, ulcers

Herbs: calendula, carnation, chamomile, cinnamon, dandelion, ginger, helichrysum, juniper, lemon balm, marigold, milk thistle, Rosemary, sunflower, turmeric

Fragrances: amber, citrus, Florida Water, helichrysum, lemongrass

Sound: musical note E, seed sound RAM

Planets: Sun, Mars

Tree of Life Sephirot: Hod, Netzach

Rune: Sowilo

Tarot: The Sun, The Tower, Suit of Wands, Threes

Stones: amber, calcite (gold and honey), citrine, malachite, tiger’s eye, topaz

Animals: bear, lion, ram

Other deities: Shakti in her Solar Plexus chakra aspect called Lakini, Aine, Agni, Amaterasu, Apollo, Athena, Beaivi, Belenos, Brigid, Helios, Vishnu as Rudra, Lugh, Mithra, Pele, Ra, Saule, Sekhmet, Shamash, Sol, Sulis, Surya, Unelanuhi, Vulcan

HOMEWORK

Homework is “pick your level.”

ThinkingQuestions:  This month we study the solar plexus chakra. We discuss personal power and will

Deep Listening Questions:

“Explorations of power can be difficult, yet  we have chosen a path that deals with power. Many witches are uncomfortable with power yet it is a fundamental part of our tradition. Our paths are the paths to power. Our worship rituals direct and raise energy. Our magick is balanced with a certain power and our magick is the way we commune; we pray with the universe. […] We are active and empowered participants in creation.”

Christopher Penczak, The Living Temple of Witchcraft

What is power? Does power make you feel uncomfortable? What makes you feel empowered? (I.e. God(s)? Goddess? Nature? Universe? Higher power? Humanism?)

“There are two kinds of power. One is power over, which is always destructive, and the other is power from within, which is a transcendent and creative power.”

Starhawk, Dreaming the Dark

Do you think that “power over” is always destructive? Why do you think these distinctions are important to Goddess oriented feminist witches like Starhawk? Starhawk later mentions a third kind of power: “power-with,” pertaining to social power or influence among equals. When do you see “power-with” dynamics in your life?

“When we are in unhealthy fear, it is rooted in the ego, for the ego is what creates the illusion of being in control. The fear of the ego is that it will end, either through literal death or loss of self-identity, ego death. The ego doesn’t always serve our highest good. It often creates stagnant situations where rather than being forced to grow and shed an aspect of the ego, we keep our consciousness contracted in fear and retain the ego in its contracted form. We must identify, through introspective practices, the ego so that we transcend it and get it working for us.”

Christopher Penczak The Living Temple of Witchcraft

Do you feel that your ego gets in the way of your spiritual journey? If so, when do you notice your ego? What introspective practices have you tried to identify and transcend your ego?

Small Videos/Exercices (Choose Two)

Articles

Medium: All the above PLUS Choose an article/video or two on our deity and pantheon of the month

Sunna and Other Solar Goddeses

Heathenry

Large: All the above PLUS

DIY Mix and match your own combo from above and/or select another working that interests you related to this month’s theme.

Music

Heathen Resources

 

Moon Circle: Sacral Chakra (February 2019)

Our second Moon Circle session focuses on the Sacral Chakra and the Yoruba deity Oshun.

Sacral Chakra: Svadhistana

Element: Water

Concerns: sensuality, pleasure, relationship, intuition, creativity, and joy

Health and wellness issues: gonads, ovaries, kidney/bladder, intestines, liver

Herbs: fennel, coriander, damiana

Essential Oils: orange, ylang ylang, jasmine

Sound: VAM

Planets: Mercury, Venus, Moon

Tree of Life Sephirot: Yesod

Rune: Fehu

Tarot: All Cups, The Moon, The High Priestess

Stones: Carnelian, Moonstone, Orange Tourmaline, Amber

Other deities and mythical beings: Freya, Aphrodite/Venus, Dionysus, Inanna, Hathor, Ostara, Eros, Kama, Erzulie Freda

FOR THOSE TAKING THE MOON CIRCLE CLASS IN PERSON, OR WANTING TO FOLLOW ALONG FROM HOME, HERE ARE THIS MONTH’S LINKS.

Links to Music We Used in Ritual:

Deep Listening Questions:

  • Is it possible, or desirable, for sensuality to be connected with all, or many, of our actions?
  • Can the sensual be consistently felt in our daily lives?
  • Are healthy sexuality and relationship an integral part of your spirituality? Why/why not?
  • How does paganism deal with healthy sexuality in ways that may be different from other religions?
  • Is there a time when you have trusted your gut instincts over intellectual knowledge? If so, what happened?
  • What do you do just to play?
  • How do you incorporate creativity into your life?
  • Do you think that joy is connected to creativity?
  • When you were growing up, did your family encourage you to be a kid, or were you encouraged to be serious and responsible? How does that influence your life now?
  • Finish this sentence: I am beautiful when. . .  List as many things as you can think of.

HOMEWORK

Homework is “pick your level.”

Small level:

Medium level, all of the above plus:

Large level, all of the above plus:

pages 91 to 110 in The Living Temple of Witchcraft: Volume One, The Descent of the Goddess