Like what you read?
Wiccan Rede is powered by donations and volunteers only. So feel free to donate a little something to keep us online!
Tag archieven: philosophy
This ‘Interfaith’ journey of meetings and encounters with many other people, is also a reference guide describing the 12 skills outlined throughout the book. Lees verder
Our ‘inner vision’, or ‘active imagination’ is a means by which we not only are able to engage in contact and discourse with ‘the unseen’ but it is also a means by which we may shape, mould and ‘develop’ our own selves.
When you are confronted with something that is uncertain, and cannot figure it out — what do you do? Lees verder
Two major paradoxes in Wicca are that it strives towards a ‘group’ feeling when it is basically a path of individual development, and that it is supposedly concerned with a mystical (read esoteric) path when many aspects seem to be becoming exoteric and public. Lees verder
Alder asked himself: How do we enter the Circle? How much of ourselves do we bring in?, or: How much of our ideas, ideals, emotions and thoughts make it to that place between the worlds?. In the end, the answer became quite clear: all of it. Lees verder
For no particular reason we have never published reviews of this booklet by our own Morgana before. Better late than never! Now the book is available in several languages. Lees verder
What does give nature its inherent value? What is nature, regardless of how we perceive it? (Yes, such perception is what makes us who and what we are). Lees verder
Marja explores the essence of Universal Truth. She explores the 7 laws from many different perspectives, from the ‘pure’ scientific to the more mystical, intuitive approach of shamans, witches and folk magicians. Lees verder
One of the main principles of Craft philosophy is that of polarity. In fact understanding the principle of polarity can allow us to interpret many situations normally beyond our intellectual grip. It is not a static thing in which we see two opposite poles, rather the understanding that two extremes exist which cannot operate without each other. Lees verder