Tag: grace e

Red Hot & Holy – a review and my thoughts by Grace E

Whenever I had to put the book down, I couldn’t wait to come back to it. A spiritual biography is one, big UPG (unverifiable spiritual gnosis), and Sera delivers hers with wit and humor, with energy flowing off the page as she puts her heart […]

Spiritual Biography by Grace E

It used to crack me up when people claimed they’d been a Witch since childhood. Children grow up in the religion of their parents and it seemed fake & presumptuous to make a claim like that. After all, Wicca and Goddess Spirituality have only been […]

Invocation to Potens By Grace E

I wrote this to honor the Woman of Power, called Potens, based on my work with Jailbreaking the Goddess (I highly recommend the book and you can find my review of it here.). If you’re looking to call in the power of potential & passion, […]

Woundedness vs. Victimhood by Grace E

In my experience, it is a rare beast who makes it through life without Wounds. Paganism seems to have a fair amount of people being open about their Wounds, and actively doing the Work. However, we also have our share of Victims. The idea that […]

Invocation to Femella by Grace E

This is an invocation I wrote to the Divine Girl, based on my work with Jailbreaking the Goddess (I highly recommend the book and you can find my review of it here. ). If you need a little Femella in your life, I hope this […]

Jailbreaking the Goddess – a review and my thoughts by Grace E

This year, my treasure from Pantheacon was Jailbreaking the Goddess: A Radical Revisioning of Feminist Spirituality by Lasara Firefox Allen. Bookcover from Amazon.com She offers a theory involving a 5-fold archetypal model for goddess connection, assisting us in unpacking the inherent patriarchy behind the triple […]

‘Cons’ and Community by Grace

One of the most needful panels I had the privilege of attending at Paganicon this year was “Pagan Clergy Addressing How to Welcome Sex-Offenders and Ex-Felons into Our Communities: A Forum”. Incarcerated members of our community is the focus of my ministry, and I’m so […]