The Practical Pagan: Commonsense Guidelines for Modern Practitioners – Dana Eilers

The Practical Pagan: Commonsense Guidelines for Modern Practitioners - Dana EilersOffers suggestions, hints, and down-to-earth help for seekers and believers of Paganism to understand and find their place in the community. Included are discussions about what it means to be Pagan, getting involved in the Pagan community, myths about Paganism, and coming out of the broom closet. The book also gives valuable information about choosing a specific path, joining an organization and deciding to be a solitary practitioner. The book also contains common-sense guidelines of conduct, Paganism and the family, love and relationships and educating yourself about Paganism. This book encourages all seekers and followers to follow their own inclination and it will serve as a guide and a resource to those just starting out or those who are still seeking answers.

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The Practical Pagan: Commonsense Guidelines for Modern Practitioners - Dana Eilers
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