More than one path for me...

United States
May 31, 2008 6:11pm CST
Yes I follow more than one path and it works for me. Now alot of people who find this out about me, will argue that I have to choose just one or I can't get anywhere.But it is my experience that I learn more and am the richer for it. I have three paths. Christian,Wiccan,Native American And I might mention that all three of these paths are in my ancestry.
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@tessah (6621)
• United States
1 Jun 08
i get alot of flack about my path changing directions.. that i should stay within one single pantheon, HAS to be my geneological bloodline traditions to have it be anything at all, blahblahblah. i follow my heart and where its called to be a any given particular moment.. one day itll be a celtic direction, the next native american, the day after egyptian.. and still next week greek and norse. there far too much and too many to stifle and limit yourself and your experiences in ONE direction. you must be very young for wicca to be in your ancestry since it didnt come about until the 1950`s, its nice to know some of the younger generation has the open mind to vary their paths to seek their own enlightenments in whatever way their hearts tell them
• United States
1 Jun 08
I'm not all that young.I'm in my forties.What I'm reffering to is older than Christianity.Maybe I miss named it.Any way I was born a seer like many in my family.I never told anyone for years.And I still don't talk about it much.Only a few of us have made use of what we have.most of them ignore it.
@tessah (6621)
• United States
1 Jun 08
my mistake for assuming you were "young" but christianity is approximately a little over 2000 years old.. and wicca has only been around for about 60 some odd years.. is why i got confused about yer age.
@cjgrooms (4456)
• United States
31 May 08
only the person can choose the right path or paths for them. And yes i believe that most people does follow more that one path. I think sometimes they have integrated them together until its just not a conscience thing.
• United States
1 Jun 08
Maybe so,and that can be a good thing.