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

I am honoured to be a contributor to this anthology. Foremothers of the Women’s Spirituality Movement: Elders and Visionaries  edited by Miriam Robbins Dexter and Vicki Noble The thematic focus is the “seeming explosion of creative religious expression on the part of contemporary Western women is the thematic focus of this book; the 33 chapters […]

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