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  • Writer's pictureLaura Perry

More ecstatic postures for Modern Minoan Paganism

Ecstatic postures aren't very well known, but they've been around since the Stone Age. We incorporate some of them into Modern Minoan Paganism. Most of the ecstatic postures we use are poses of worship or for spiritwork and journeying. But one that I've been exploring for a while is for clergy, specifically, priestesses who want to drawn down the goddess in ritual. Find the details here:

Modern Minoan Paganism: Ecstatic upraised arms

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In the name of the bee,

And of the butterfly,

And of the breeze, amen.

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