At this point in my spiritual path, I don't relate to one particular Wiccan Tradition but consider myself eclectic solitary, as many others do. I incorporate a bit of Irish, Native American, and even Egyptian Traditions into one that I call my own. How about you?
In as much as all traditions and religions are man-made, your philosophy of selecting those premises that reflect your own beliefs is perfect. I do the same and wouldn't change a thing.
You know that I have a unique path. However I do choose to use more than the Christian God. I also like to incorporate the Greek Gods/goddesses and even Egyptian. Native American I would love to get involved in, however I would like to learn more about it before I do.
Your path is unique but beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I would recommend doing some reading on Native American Shamanism or spirituality.
I consider my path to be a combination of Native American Spirituality and Celtic Paganism, with a little bitty tiny bit of Wicca. It's kind of an odd mix, but all three of these resignate me, so I try to in-cooperate aspects of it that flow well with me and my life.
Great mixture! Love it! Very close to mine, though I do consider myself Wiccan.
That's actually a good mixture, at least I think so. This is one thing I enjoy learning from paganism, which path people are on because they are all quite different and unique.
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I am much the same way in that I generally do not relate to any specific traditions of Wicca. Each traditions always seems to a have at least a little something that does not fit me. At one point I had considered creating my own as others in our shoes have done, but I figure we have more than enough traditions out there, many of which are only known to a few. These days I tend to refer to myself simply as a witch with very heavy Wiccan influence if only to stay out of the fundamentalism sweeping through.
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