Come and share a hot drink and warm company at Citrus and Sage on Sunday. Bring your battle stories of Thanksgiving dinner and the night attack, known as “black Friday”.
Date: 25 November
Time: 11:05 AM
Location: Citrus & Sage
School has started and summer is soon to fade away. I thought that I might offer some advice on returning to school and practicing your own flavor of paganism on/around campus.
Why hello all!
We will be doing a clean up of our FB and email accounts this coming week.
If you are not attending USU (Logan campus) this fall or are an active member (community) you will be removed. You will have a chance to become a member in August during Day on the Quad/club rush or at our opening social. ALL dues are expected between these events but not after so please be mindful. It’s $10 for the school year or $20 for the school year and a club tshirt.
This can be done on the website thru paypal on the right side bar or in person with card or cash to one of our officers or Kassie.
For the email purge PLEASE email us if you want to stay on our email list. If you don’t send us an email your name will be removed. We will clean up the FB account Wednesday July 25th. Emails are expected by August 1st.
We would like to be more organized for the upcoming year and since we are a spiritual club, we also feels this protects our members privacy and helps maintain our ability to construct personalized, meaningful activities and rituals for all involved.
Thank you very much for your membership and time. We will see you all in August!
-Megan, Dano, Jason and Kassie
Use the July moon to make a commitment to yourself in order to move forward. By committing to the new path, you are able to shed the burdens of your past. Allow the Moon of Fire to transform and bless you in your life.
Date: 3 July 2012
Location: USU Amphitheater
[parking possible at base of Old Main Hill or lot by the Ray B. West building]
I have always watched the world through a broad lens. Growing up, my family experienced a lot of pain and a lot of death. It made me feel heavy, and it brought many burdens, but these experiences taught me about what life means, and they shaped me into the person I am now. I was never angry at God for the things that happened. I’m still not. I understood that being responsible for myself and loving others to the best of my ability are the only things I can do in this life, and that blame solves nothing. I turned to God without anger when times were hard and I never felt truly abandoned. I know now that the universe never abandons you, but that you often abandon yourself. The universe is always there waiting for you when you want to return home to yourself.
I figure we’ve all read a number of different things on each of our respective paths, and I’m interested in reviewing and rating books that our community will like.
Currently I’m reading “Fire in the Head: Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit” which is turning out to be pretty interesting. I am only about half through so far, but would love to write about it when I’m finished.
Any other takers?