Are you living in--or moving to--a small community and wondering how you'll fit in, connect with other Pagans, and live your beliefs in peace? This wonderfully unique book is filled with ways to nourish your Pagan soul in small towns, suburbs, and any place outside the city limits. Along with Bronwen Forbes' own experiences, Pagans from close-knit communities across the country offer hard-won wisdom and advice on all aspects of staying true to yourself and your spirituality. --Starting a coven or study group--Getting along with non-Pagan neighbors--How to find and make ritual tools--Celebrating the Sabbats--Home decoration--Dating non-Pagans--Following Pagan etiquette--When and how to reveal your beliefs--Raising Pagan children After reading the book, join the discussion online at groups.yahoo.com/group/smalltownpagans, where you can make more enriching connections.If the items are on display in the public part of the house you happen to be sitting in, it usually means the owner wona#39;t mind your touch, but only if you ask first. A good rule of thumb is to ask even when the owner is handing something to you.
|Title||:||The Small-Town Pagan's Survival Guide|
|Publisher||:||Llewellyn Worldwide - 2011-09-01|