Download or Read eBook A Pagan Ritual Prayer Book PDF written by Ceisiwr Serith and published by Weiser Books. This book was released on 2011-03-01 with total page 338 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis A Pagan Ritual Prayer Book by : Ceisiwr Serith
From the Fall Equinox and Beltane to celebrations of peace and justice, A Pagan Ritual Prayer Book offers more than 700 prayers for the rituals of lifefrom the sacred to the mundane. A companion to the popular A Book of Pagan Prayer, this handbook of rituals and prayers is organized thematically, making it convenient to use if one is seeking prayers for specific occasions, seasons, times of day, meals, or milestones. Included is an extensive section on the requisites of ritual and how to use ritual and prayer to create lasting change in your life and in the world. A Pagan Ritual Prayer Book is suitable for all pagans: Druids, Wiccans, solitaries, Greek & Norse Reconstructionists, Mystery Cult Reconstructionists, and more, offering perfect petitions or invocations to invoke, embrace, and honor the major events that make up our lives.
Download or Read eBook A Book of Pagan Family Prayers and Rituals PDF written by Ceisiwr Serith and published by Weiser Books. This book was released on 2022-06-01 with total page 274 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis A Book of Pagan Family Prayers and Rituals by : Ceisiwr Serith
A hands-on resource for pagan parents and pagan families with hundreds of rituals, prayers, blessings, and meditations for every occasion along with suggestions for creating a sacred home. A Book of Pagan Family Prayers and Rituals provides a reference guide for pagans who wish to celebrate their religion as living, family tradition steeped in pagan ritual and pagan prayer. The book contains: Ritual guidelines for weddings, births, birthdays, seasonal celebrations, lunar phases, coming of age, divorce and death. Suggestions for the creation of the sacred home (including blessings and household shrines). Children’s activities including meditations, mask and rattle making, drumming, and storytelling. Prayers for throughout the day. Tips for teaching children about paganism. References and resources for further information in the appendices. This book was first published in 1995 under the title The Pagan Family: Handing the Old Ways Down. This new edition is substantially revised and includes new, previously unpublished material.
Download or Read eBook The Big Book of Pagan Prayer and Ritual PDF written by Ceisiwr Serith and published by Weiser Books. This book was released on 2020-11-01 with total page 338 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Big Book of Pagan Prayer and Ritual by : Ceisiwr Serith
A complete guide to the practice of prayer and ritual for Pagans of all traditions. Here is an extraordinarily comprehensive collection of payers and rituals for contemporary Pagans from a variety of traditions to turn to again and again. The Big Book of Pagan Prayer and Ritual includes the following: The role of prayer—yesterday and today The various hidden structures of prayers How to pray both with and without words Rituals for purification, creating sacred space, protection, prosperity, good health, and more Prayers for specific times of day and special days of the month and year Prayers for life—from pregnancy to birth, childhood, first days of school, weddings, aging, and death Lists of offerings, a glossary of deities from many traditions, and an index of prayers by first line
Download or Read eBook A Book of Pagan Prayer PDF written by Ceisiwr Serith and published by Weiser Books. This book was released on 2018-11-01 with total page 306 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis A Book of Pagan Prayer by : Ceisiwr Serith
“A beautiful and inspiring collection of prayers. A Book of Pagan Prayer is like a breath of fresh air, breathing life into the spiritual aspect of pagan practice.”—Mat Auryn, Patheos Steeped in tradition based on more than a quarter century of research and practice, A Book of Pagan Prayer teaches us to pray in the ways of our ancestors for very modern times and concerns. A unique collection of nearly 500 prayers written to fulfill the needs of contemporary pagans from a variety of traditions, A Book of Pagan Prayer is a book to turn to again and again. First published in 2002, the revisions to this new edition include rearranged chapters and prayers and the addition of two new chapters, all of which make the book easier to use. The chapters are now arranged in an order that follows a ritual, and all the litanies have been moved to their appropriate chapters. Two new chapters--"General Requests and Offerings" and "Travel, Protection, Imprecatory"--combine two types of prayers out of the general "Petitions" into one. Prayers have been labeled with the deities to which they are addressed and arranged in logical order within each chapter. Prayers to new deities have also been added. In addition, a major problem with the first edition has been corrected: prayers for Lughnasadh/Lammas and Midsummer, two of the eight great neopagan holidays, have been added.
Download or Read eBook A Book of Pagan Rituals PDF written by Herman Slater and published by Weiser Books. This book was released on 1978-01-01 with total page 158 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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This collection of rituals, practices, and exercises has been drawn from ancient sources, some have been preserved and some rituals have been updated by scholars from various pagan groups. This deluxe one-volume edition is specially designed to be read by candlelight.
Download or Read eBook Dewdrops in the Moonlight PDF written by Shanddaramon and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2007-04-19 with total page 111 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Download or Read eBook Pagan Prayer Beads PDF written by John Michael Greer and published by Weiser Books. This book was released on 2007-05-01 with total page 212 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
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Religions from around the world--Buddhism, Hinduism, Catholicism, Islam, and many more, including the Pagan earth religions--use prayer beads as useful guides to remembering prayers and principles. Pagan Prayer Beads by John Michael Greer and Clare Vaughn is a unique and practical introduction to the design, creation, and use of Pagan rosaries, teaching the reader to design and make personal prayer beads for use in myriad spiritual practices. Co-written by a beading expert (Clare Vaughn) and one of the leading lights in modern Paganism (John Michael Greer), this book will garner an eager audience--from beginners to elders--looking for new inspiration in their personal spiritual practice. Beautifully written, instructive, and straightforward, Pagan Prayer Beads is user-friendly and easy to understand. Lovely black-and-white photographs accompany the text to further illustrate the art and craft of Pagan prayer beads. The how-to sections were "tested" by novices to both crafting and "the craft," who found the directions clear and easy to follow. Throughout the book, Greer and Vaughn have included fascinating history and lore as well as crystal properties, Pagan symbology, and deeply meaningful prayers and rituals to use with the rosaries. * 30 lovely black-and-white photos accompany the beading instructions.
A Wound in Time: Pagan prayers for a modern world Did you ever feel the need to pray but you couldn't find your voice? Sometimes words fail us when we need them most. Established prayers can feel out-of-date, irrelevant, or foreign to our spiritual beliefs. In the middle of the storm of the pandemic, that's just how the authors felt. So they decided to write for themselves the book they needed but couldn't find: 21 prayers, blessings and other devotional pieces that deal with global and individual concerns in the twenty-first century such as sickness, death, climate change, technology, community, self-worth and mindfulness. Using the techniques of poetry and rhetoric, and drawing from a wide religious heritage and tradition, Lucía and Gwyneth write with simplicity, sincerity and a light touch of humour. Neopagan in origin, and suitable for all modern-day Pagans, including Druids, Pantheists, Polytheists, Wiccans, and Devotees of the Goddess, many of the pieces will also sit comfortably in Interfaith services. The collection encompasses different perspectives and styles and uses a variety of voices to address three Divinities - Our Lady of Corona, the Weaver of Worlds (aspects of the Goddess), and the Horned God - and reflect on issues that might fall within the authority of each. The result is a compilation of themed pieces that can equally be used in personal devotions or group rituals. The section dedicated to Our Lady of Corona offers an insight into our relationship with sickness and death, while that of the Weaver of Worlds prompts us to consider and question our attitude to others and to some of the amenities and conveniences of the modern world that we often take for granted. Finally, turning to the Horned God's domain, we take a step back to see the bigger picture of the planet and the environment, and reflect on our relationship with it and with the others who live here. The repetition, rhythm and poetical structure of the pieces will encourage and facilitate participation in group rituals and also inspire other forms of worship including drumming, music, song and dance. There is space at the end of the book to write your own notes or personal prayers and devotions. With its overriding mood of optimism and gratitude, the book offers consolation, comfort, and occasional challenge, for all who face the ills of the modern world. Whatever your spiritual tribe and no matter what prayer means to you - communion with the Divine, a meditative practice, or ritual devotion - in this book you will find memorable, beautiful pieces to use in your personal practice or with your community. Discover more at: moderrnpaganprayers.com