)O( Click on the picture twice to take you to the etsy.... Pagan Serenity Prayer Grant me… The power of Fire, For the energy and courage to change the things I can The power of Water, To accept with ease and grace what I cannot change The power of Air, For the ability to know the difference And the power of Earth, For the strength to continue my path ♥ Unknown Art by Natasa Ilincic

)O( Click on the picture twice to take you to the etsy.... Pagan Serenity Prayer Grant me… The power of Fire, For the energy and courage to change the things I can The power of Water, To accept with ease and grace what I cannot change The power of Air, For the ability to know the difference And the power of Earth, For the strength to continue my path ♥ Unknown Art by Natasa Ilincic

In Greek mythology, the Moirai (Ancient Greek: Μοῖραι, "apportioners", Latinized as Moerae)—often known in English as the Fates—were the white-robed incarnations of destiny (Roman equivalent: Parcae, euphemistically the "sparing ones", or Fata; also equivalent to the Germanic Norns). Their number became fixed at three: Clotho (spinner), Lachesis (allotter) and Atropos (unturnable).

In Greek mythology, the Moirai (Ancient Greek: Μοῖραι, "apportioners", Latinized as Moerae)—often known in English as the Fates—were the white-robed incarnations of destiny (Roman equivalent: Parcae, euphemistically the "sparing ones", or Fata; also equivalent to the Germanic Norns). Their number became fixed at three: Clotho (spinner), Lachesis (allotter) and Atropos (unturnable).

Imbolc is a Celtic Feast in which the Mother Earth is honoured as she gives birth once again to the Sun God. It is a time of nourishment, healing, and preparation for the coming Spring. Celebrated on the 2nd of February. Art by Jessica Galbreth

Imbolc is a Celtic Feast in which the Mother Earth is honoured as she gives birth once again to the Sun God. It is a time of nourishment, healing, and preparation for the coming Spring. Celebrated on the 2nd of February. Art by Jessica Galbreth

Five Skandhas~ The five groups of elements (Dharmas) into which all existences are classified in early Buddhism.   The five are:  1. Rupa (matter),  2. Vedana (feeling),  3. Sanjna (ideation);  4. Samskara (forces or drives)  5. Vijnana (consciousness or sensation).   Group, heap, aggregate; the five constituents of the personality; form, feeling, perception, impulses, consciousness; the five factors constituting the individual person.  (Wisdom Library)

Five Skandhas~ The five groups of elements (Dharmas) into which all existences are classified in early Buddhism. The five are: 1. Rupa (matter), 2. Vedana (feeling), 3. Sanjna (ideation); 4. Samskara (forces or drives) 5. Vijnana (consciousness or sensation). Group, heap, aggregate; the five constituents of the personality; form, feeling, perception, impulses, consciousness; the five factors constituting the individual person. (Wisdom Library)

Skills are assumed shamans, among other things, extra sensory perception; variable psychic powers following the traditions and individuality of the shaman (telepathy, prescience, vision at great distances, divinatioon), it connects the world of the dead, beyond, to the living through a series of personal transformation sometimes by the use of psychotropic substances, guided by an older shaman, according to a master disciple relationship.

Skills are assumed shamans, among other things, extra sensory perception; variable psychic powers following the traditions and individuality of the shaman (telepathy, prescience, vision at great distances, divinatioon), it connects the world of the dead, beyond, to the living through a series of personal transformation sometimes by the use of psychotropic substances, guided by an older shaman, according to a master disciple relationship.

Artist Emily Balivet created this gorgeous painting. Look at the notes coming out of her mouth? This was the most popular image, we ever put up on our Facebook page. What do you see in it? www.facebook.com/thespiritedwoman

Artist Emily Balivet created this gorgeous painting. Look at the notes coming out of her mouth? This was the most popular image, we ever put up on our Facebook page. What do you see in it? www.facebook.com/thespiritedwoman

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