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To Walk a Pagan Path

Practical Spirituality for Every Day
Narrated by: Steven Jay Cohen
Length: 7 hrs and 55 mins
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Live fully as a Pagan every day of the year, not only on full moons and holidays. With practical tips for integrating earth-centered spirituality into every aspect of life, To Walk a Pagan Path shows you how to:

  • Cultivate a meaningful Pagan practice by following seven simple steps
  • Develop a sacred calendar customized for your beliefs, lifestyle, and environment
  • Make daily activities sacred with quick and easy rituals
  • Reclaim your place in the food cycle by producing a portion of your own food - even if you live in an apartment
  • Express Pagan spirituality through a variety of craft projects: candles, scrying mirrors, solar wreaths, recipes, and more
  • Create sacred relationships with animal familiars

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©2013 Alaric Albertsson (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Sam
  • Chicago, Il
  • 07-30-18

Walking a Pagan Path.

This book contains many good suggestions on walking a pagan path, some of which were practical for an urban apartment dweller, others were not so much. Many of Aleric's suggestions, such as growing your own food, or beekeeping, only make sense if you have a lot of land. However, other suggestions are applicable to anyone no matter where you live, and could be used by anybody. Alaric is a Saxon Pagan, so if you follow that path, this book would be especially useful, but as a Roman Pagan, I still found this to be a valuable book. It is not focused on witchcraft or magic, but rather how you can build a closer relationship to the gods and nature spirits of the land.

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  • Tanner
  • Dodge City, KS
  • 05-24-18

Extremely informative

I have been curious about paganism for quite awhile now. This is the first book I’ve read/listened to and it opened a whole new world to me. This book is loaded with so much information I’ve listened to it almost twice the first day. I extremely appreciate that he used his own prayers as examples. I would of given a full 15/15 score but the only concern is he went to in-depth with recipes and certain techniques for training and could of explained more on the beliefs and traditions.

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Delightfully Educational

An excellent read for those seeking to employ their pagan beliefs in their day to day life. While I learned much from this novel on the apparent topic, I believe I learned just as much about agriculture, chicken breeding, and dog selection. All topics are brought about in such away that they're applications are apparent. Yet as a 24 year old male who lives in an urban apartment, many of these additional practices simply do not apply to me.

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great for beginner.

I love it very much, it was not hard to follow and understand. the narrator voice was very calm and peaceful

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Pretty good basics, some is unnecessary though

I do love how path/tradition neutral it is! And the firat half has great tips and suggestions on getting started and how to figure things out. However, then you have over an hoir of "how to pick the right dog breed for your family" and then a bunch of landscaping information. I did like the mention of historical types of meditation gardens, and some of the basics of these that could be added to a modern yard. I also was not interested in how much of different types of vegetibles can be grown in a square yard of soil, or climate information on like 3 states...thats what an almanac is for.

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useful, infomative, slightly general

several places I have bookmarked for useful information I will surely reference in the future.