Pagan Insights Project – October Round-Up


October has been a very busy month, not only on at TIP, but off-line as well, so definitely still trying to play a bit of catch-up. We”d also like to take this opportunity to send out a bit of love to all those who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy, and wishing a speedy recovery from any damages or injuries that have been incurred.  ❤ ❤

If you are new to the Pagan Insights Project, we’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you. If you you’ve been us since the start, we’d like to say a big thank you as well. We’ve really enjoyed reading your posts, and are looking forward to seeing further insights from everyone in the month of November.

Again if you are just joining us, please check out the main Pagan Insights Project page (linked above), and be sure to add your blog to the list of those who are participating. We also encourage everyone to leave a comment below, letting us know how you are doing with the project. If there is a particular PIP post from October that you feel is particularly worth sharing, please feel free to link it in comments as well.

Also a reminder, we are always looking for reader submissions for our Sacred Moments posts, so if you have a devotional, prayer, chant, please feel free to send us an email at submissions@theinformedpagan.org This can also include images of your altar or shrine, as it’s decorated for a particular ritual or celebration, or art work as well. If there is a particular TIP you’d like to see, please feel free to let us know. And of course, if you have any questions… just Ask A Pagan… we’re always happy to help!

Have a wonderful November!!

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Pagan Insights Project – September Round-Up


September just flew by. I had a few personal things going on, and then managed to get pretty sick right around the Equinox, which didn’t make for getting a whole lot of anything done blog-wise. Will definitely work on doing better for October and beyond.

If you are new to the Pagan Insights Project, we’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you. If you you’ve been us since the start, we’d like to say a big thank you as well. We’ve really enjoyed reading your posts, and are looking forward to seeing further insights from everyone in the month of October.

Again if you are just joining us, please check out the main Pagan Insights Project page (linked above), and be sure to add your blog to the list of those who are participating. We also encourage everyone to leave a comment below, letting us know how you are doing with the project. If there is a particular PIP post from September that you feel is particularly worth sharing, please feel free to link it in comments as well.

Also a reminder, we are always looking for reader submissions for our Sacred Moments posts, so if you have a devotional, prayer, chant, please feel free to send us an email at submissions@theinformedpagan.org This can also include images of your altar or shrine, as it’s decorated for a particular ritual or celebration, or art work as well. If there is a particular TIP you’d like to see, please feel free to let us know. And of course, if you have any questions… just Ask A Pagan… we’re always happy to help!

Have a wonderful October!!

Pagan Insights Project – August Round-Up


We are at the end of another month of the Pagan Insights Project, and just want to take this opportunity to give a welcome to those who have just joined, as well as a  huge thank you to those who have been with us from the start. We’ve really enjoyed reading your posts, and are looking forward to seeing further insights from everyone in the month of September.

Again if you are just joining us, please check out the main Pagan Insights Project page (linked above), and be sure to add your blog to the list of those who are participating. We also encourage everyone to leave a comment below, letting us know how you are doing with the project. If there is a particular PIP post from August that you feel is particularly worth sharing, please feel free to link it in comments as well.

Also a reminder, we are always looking for reader submissions for our Sacred Moments posts, so if you have a devotional, prayer, chant, please feel free to send us an email at submissions@theinformedpagan.org This can also include images of your altar or shrine, as it’s decorated for a particular ritual or celebration, or art work as well. And of course, if you have any questions… just Ask A Pagan… we’re always happy to help!

Have a wonderful September!!

Pagan Insights Project – July Round-Up


We are at the end of the third month of the Pagan Insights Project, and just want to take this opportunity to give a welcome to those who have just joined, as well as a  huge thank you to those who have been with us from the start. We’ve really enjoyed reading your posts, and are looking forward to seeing further insights from everyone in the month of August.

Again if you are just joining us, please check out the main Pagan Insights Project page (linked above), and be sure to add your blog to the list of those who are participating. We also encourage everyone to leave a comment below, letting us know how you are doing with the project. If there is a particular PIP post from July that you feel is particularly worth sharing, please feel free to link it in comments as well.

Also a reminder, we are always looking for reader submissions for our Sacred Moments posts, so if you have a devotional, prayer, chant, please feel free to send us an email at submissions@theinformedpagan.org This can also include images of your altar or shrine, as it’s decorated for a particular ritual or celebration, or art work as well.

Have a wonderful August!!

Pagan Insights Project: June Round-Up


Sorry for the lateness of the post, I’d meant to do this the other day, and it just totally slipped my mind. We are at the end of the second month of the Pagan Insights Project, and just want to take this opportunity to give a welcome to those who have just joined, as well as a  huge thank you to those who have been with us from the start. We’ve really enjoyed reading your posts, and are looking forward to seeing further insights from everyone in the month of July.

Again if you are just joining us, please check out the main Pagan Insights Project page (linked above), and be sure to add your blog to the list of those who are participating. We also encourage everyone to leave a comment below, letting us know how you are doing with the project. If there is a particular PIP post from June that you feel is particularly worth sharing, please feel free to link it in comments as well.

Have a wonderful July!! 🙂

 

Sacred Moment #5


Hitting a few different categories all at once this go around, so this Sacred Moment is a Musical Musings for the Pagan Insights Project post as well.

One of the first CD’s I came across early in my Pagan path was “Legends of the Goddess” by Laura Powers, and I remember listening to it (and the other 2 in the series) over and over again for quite awhile. This particular one “Dance ‘Til The Rain Begins” is from the 3rd album in the series – “Trilogy: Legends of the Goddess III” and it was one of my favorites, so thought I’d share it today.

Pagan Insights Project: May Round-Up


We are at the end of the first month of the Pagan Insights Project, and are so excited to welcome everyone who has joined in. We’ve enjoyed reading your posts, and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for sharing yourselves – not only with us, but with the world. By posting your thoughts and experiences… your insights, it gives others a glimpse into the myriad of wonderful things that make Paganism what it is.  It is our continued hope that through this project, we will be able to show off the variety of different paths that the term Paganism encompasses, as well as dispel some of the misconceptions and stereotypes that surround many aspects of Paganism.

If you are just joining us, please check out the main Pagan Insights Project page (linked above), and be sure to add your blog to the list of those who are participating. We also encourage everyone to leave a comment below, letting us know how you are doing with the project. If there is a particular PIP post from May that you feel is particularly worth sharing, please feel free to link it in comments as well.

Can’t wait to see what June has in store for us!!  🙂

Pagan Insights Project


The Informed Pagan is excited to announce the “Pagan Insights Project“!!!

Don’t know about anyone else, but sometimes we have the absolute worst time trying to come up with interesting things to write about. So after pondering the issue for a bit, we came up with a few prompts that we thought would make excellent starting points. Then, after mulling it over a bit longer, we thought it would be a great idea to share them with everyone, in an effort to inspire others who may also be struggling for a topic to write about, or just like the idea of adding a bit of structure to their blogs.

It’s a mixed media project – one that is designed to give a bit of insight into one’s own path, as well as general information on Paganism, and the Pagan “lifestyle” (whatever that means XD). There are 5 different prompts to work through, which include writing, images, music and more, and the really great thing about this project, is that you can work at your own pace.  You can do all 5 every week, every other week, once a month, or you can work at a more leisurely rate and simply choose one prompt each week so that you have always have something to post. Or you can really go all out, and post them all in one blog post, as often as you like.  For some it can be a daily or weekly journal for keeping track of progress on one’s path, and for others it might simply be a touchstone to return to once every holiday, or every full moon to see where you are in that moment. Which ever you choose, how you use the Pagan Insights project is entirely up to you!

For more information, and to join in the fun, check out the Pagan Insights Project page. If you’d like to participate, be sure to add your blog to the list, and grab a badge if you’d like. We are looking forward to seeing how this project grows, and really do hope you will share your insights with us along the way!