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  • Title: Neopagan Rites: A Guide to Creating Public Rituals That Work
  • Author: Isaac Bonewits
  • ISBN: 9780738711997
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Paperback
  • Practical and engaging, this guide represents the best practices from Isaac Bonewits over thirty five years of experience creating, attending, and leading public ceremonies as a Neopagan priest and magician Ideal for Earth centered spiritual movements and other liberal religious traditions, Neopagan Rites explains how to design powerful and effective rites of worship forPractical and engaging, this guide represents the best practices from Isaac Bonewits over thirty five years of experience creating, attending, and leading public ceremonies as a Neopagan priest and magician Ideal for Earth centered spiritual movements and other liberal religious traditions, Neopagan Rites explains how to design powerful and effective rites of worship for small groups or large crowds.With his trademark humor and candor, Bonewits covers every important aspect of creating and performing a public ritual that inspires and unifies the participants, and fulfills its intended purpose You ll learn how to Determine the purpose of your ritual Create a basic ritual format that can be customized for different events Choose the optimal time and location for your event Enhance your ceremony with music, singing, poetry, and dance Add visual drama with costumes and altar decorations Include people with special needs in your ceremony Raise, channel, and send energy to your ritual s deity or cause
    Neopagan Rites A Guide to Creating Public Rituals That Work Practical and engaging this guide represents the best practices from Isaac Bonewits over thirty five years of experience creating attending and leading public ceremonies as a Neopagan priest and ma

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    1. This title has been an indispensable tool in the setting up and refining of my Interfaith Church I have been a pastor and chaplain for quite a while now, but am far from being an old pro Many of my mentors have said that being wet behind the ears is a feeling that I will get even after retirement It presents various liturgy and types of ceremony and public ritual from the Neopagan perspective but allows enough wiggle room to utilize the wisdom offered for pretty much any type of ritual religious [...]

    2. I have never read the original version of the book, Rites of Worship 2003, Dubsar House , so I unfortunately cannot compare the two Neopagan Rites does lack an index, which is a pet peeve of mine, but that still doesn t put a damper on this decent piece of writing Mr Bonewits gives us an all in one guide to effective and intelligent public rituals.I ll be honest, though, I m not into the whole public ritual aspect of modern Druidry I like to know before hand whom I will be in ritual with, but th [...]

    3. A great how to for those who desire to set up spiritual rituals for small or large groups The author has over thirty years of experience in organizing these religious and cultural events.

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