Tag Archives: Poiesis

The Poiesis of Celebrating Earth’s Seasonal Moments

by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D. Amongst Celtic peoples, the capacity to speak poetically was a divine attribute, regarded as a transformative power of the Deity, who was named by those peoples as the Great Goddess Brigid: She was a poet, a Matron of Poetry (along with her capacities of smithcraft and healing). And at Delphi in […]

Foremothers of Women’s Spirituality Movement Anthology

  Just Published: Foremothers of the Women’s Spirituality Movement: Elders and Visionaries  edited by Miriam Robbins Dexter and Vicki Noble   I am honoured to be a contributor to this anthology. The thematic focus is the “seeming explosion of creative religious expression on the part of contemporary Western women is the thematic focus of this […]

PaGaian Poiesis

Participating in the sacred process of the Wheel of the Year … that is, Earth’s everyday sacred Journey around Sun – and therefore yours – is a Poiesis … the making of a world. It is to align one’s small self with the Creative Cosmos, expressed in Her everyday Creativity. And you may expect outcomes. […]

Naturalistic Paganism

A community of Naturalistic & Humanistic Pagans

Celebration of Gaia

Marking Our Time on Earth

Stuart McHardy

A Lad o Pairts Speaks

Feral Words

Blog posts/essays & photos by William A. Young, linking travel, hiking, mythology, and some associated odds-and-ends