Release Flinthills Pagans

Let Slip The Past, Free The Now: The Alchemy of Samhaine Author: Sitara Haye This is a time of year when we look to the past. We flip through the memory book of our mind and note the faces of those that have come before us. With some, we share the genetic material of the physical body. With others, Continue Reading →

Another way to look at “regret”

“Never regret.  If it’s good, it’s wonderful.  If it’s bad, it’s experience.” -Victoria Holt, The Black Opal, 1993 Everything we do, everything we go through, has some purpose for us in our life, and in our growth.  So if we look at it this way, how could we regret anything that happens to us?  It may be terrible at the Continue Reading →

Today I found out I was as bad as the rest

Although she says she forgives me… As bad as the rest.. and perhaps, maybe, because I know/knew what they did to me, I was probably worse.. because I knew the pain… And although I have blocked much of my childhood (including college) from my memories, I know that I was not always a nice person. No excuses…  my class was Continue Reading →

Severing cords with people from your past so everyone can move forward

A Sense of Closure Cutting Cords In every relationship, people are constantly exchanging energy that can become a chord connecting two people. This energetic cord forms just below the breastbone and can remain long after a relationship has ended. This unbroken cord may leave an open channel between you and another person, through which emotions and energy can continue to Continue Reading →

Clear the weeds in the gardens of our souls

Going Back By Going Within Healing Childhood Wounds Events from childhood, our first experiences, have the power to shape our lives. Some do so immediately, offering us challenges to overcome and encouragement to make use of our talents and interests. In the process character is built, and we make the first steps upon our personal paths. Other events seem to Continue Reading →

Asking our past self for forgiveness (dealing with regret)

The Weight Of The Past Regret Holding onto regret is like dragging the weight of the past with us everywhere we go. It drains our energy, leaving less available for life in the present because we are constantly feeding an old issue. This attachment can cause illness the same way watering a dead plant creates decay. We know that something Continue Reading →

Old friends new poetry

Greetings! It has been an interesting time since I last left a message here… I have been a bitch. But then, I’ve always been good at that. I’ve gotten reacquainted with an old friend… Beautiful Poetry written by Richard…. It seems that I have a bad habit of affecting people’s lives. Or just sticking my nose where it doesn’t belong. Continue Reading →