As you may know, it is my custom each year to make a New Year's Address to mark the beginning of the new Calendrical Year. The year just ended has been a very busy year, and the year now beginning promises to be even more so!
I do not normally make “New Year's Resolutions”. Rather, I have a…
Added by M. Rev. Donald Lewis-Highcorrell on December 31, 2014 at 1:45pm — No Comments
Each year I put together goals that I hope to achieve. Often, I don’t make all the goals. Sometimes, I don’t make any of the goals. New Years is a fresh starting point to try again; a new beginning.
New Year’s resolutions 2015
1. New nail design each week with photos posted to social sites.
2. Write a blog post once a week.
3. Keep up with exercise routine.
4. Live my spiritual path.
Other things I want to remember are to prioritize my life: myself, my…Continue
2014 is coming to a close and what a year it has been. I focused a lot on the mundane this year as opposed to the spiritual. Last February I started school to become a certified nail technician. I have no intention of changing careers. This was done all for the love of nails. It’s a passion for me to create wearable art.
2014 has brought more travel than I’ve had in years. Starting in February, I got to go to Vegas. It was work related but still a fun experience. Plus, I got to wear…Continue
Added by Wren Silverleaf on December 30, 2014 at 3:12pm — No Comments
Hello all, after an excruciating semester I have managed to pull off straight As and raise my GPA to a 3.8 go me! I just wanted to start posting my card of the week again for anyone who wants to see it. I have had some down time after ankle surgery and what better way to spend the time than binge watching The Tarot Lady and Christiana Gaudet!?
Card of the Week
The Fool Reversed…
Added by Spread the divine light on December 27, 2014 at 12:46pm — No Comments
Hello, everyone! Blessed Yule or Blessed Midsummer as the case may be! This season has been an auspicious one, indeed, for Correllians around the world -- and I say this because not only do we now have The Common Book for everyone to enjoy, but as of this morning we now also have the Correllian Regalia booklet, which has spent many months (over 30 hours at my estimate) in the editing process.
This has been a great joy for me, although I am happy now that it is finished. I am pleased…Continue
Added by Rev. Elizabeth Hamilton HPS on December 22, 2014 at 1:14pm — No Comments
This is a reminder that the Correllian Tradition has many on-going activities for the ‘Spiritual War for Peace’.
This is a battle for Peace - but peace is more than just an absence of fighting. Peace means a decent life for people, freedom to believe according to their conscience, and to live without fear of being oppressed or killed merely because of their race, religion, gender identity, or…Continue
I resently moved to a new place that was previously home to another family member.Im having a little bit of trouble adjusting to the fact that this is now my home.While I have made an effort to cleanse the area and have even set up an "family" altar (an altar that is available for the use of any in the home that wish to use it but has a area on in dedicated to my own personal use)Something still feels "off" . The house still seems to have an air of unrest, negativity, and…Continue
All of the universe is but an expression of that great singularity of the Divine, the primeval Goddess. From this unknowable mystery came the archetypical Goddess who is the all spirit and the archetypical God, the manifestation…Continue
Added by Rev. Soren TwoCrows on December 11, 2014 at 11:00pm — No Comments
I am writing to you today in regard to the unrest sweeping across the US in the wake of recent court decisions as well as long standing institutional problems.
I first made a statement about this situation on November 25, just after the Ferguson decision. In that statement I urged people to pray for peace, but…