Foundations of Practice: 13


Foundations of Practice

These foundations have been the cornerstones of the work you have done each month. Hopefully, you have come to a place where some of these suggestions have become routine and have served as jumping boards for additions and your own creative endeavors.

Review Your Journal

Set aside a quiet time to sit and read through your journal. Read through slowly and carefully, making mental note of any recurring threads of success or challenge as you have moved through this past year. Continue to use your journal to record your experiences and thoughts. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself with more frequent creative ideas and inspiration regarding your personal practice and ritual work. Years from now, when you look again at these treasures of your first steps, you will be amazed at how far you have come, what unique experiences you have had and what tools you have gathered along the way.


Try to maintain a daily meditation practice. Go back and select the meditations that you most enjoyed. Remember to always begin with your breathing exercises. As you continue with this effort you will find that you are able to achieve deeper levels of relaxation and open your consciousness to multiple levels of engagement. Be sure to record any relevant insights in your journal.

Devotion and Practice

Connect To The MOON through ritual Esbat or meditation.
Review those lessons we spent on the Lunar cycles and explore communing with some of the Lunar Deities.

Connect To The SUN
Walk at lunch time, go to the park on a beautiful weekend day. And don’t forget to honor and acknowledge the Sabbat celebrations.

About themagickalpen

Robin Fennelly is an Elder within The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel Tradition and also serves as High Priestess of Coven of the Mystic Path. She teaches and facilitates classes for the Pagan Experience Study Group that serves as foundation for membership within Coven of the Mystic Path. Her spiritual journey is strongly rooted in both Eastern philosophy and theWestern Magickal systems from which she has formed a core foundation that is diverse in knowledge and rich in spiritual practice. A life-long learner, her practice has evolved from the classical and philosophical teachings of books, practical experience and enrichment of this knowledge base by attending workshops of various spiritual traditions presented by master teachers. Robin formally came to the Wiccan path in 1994. Following practice as a solitary for 2 years, she dedicated to Oak and Willow Coven of The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel Tradition in November of 1996. She received her 1st, 2nd and finally 3rd degrees within the Assembly Tradition. As a teacher of esoteric and magickal studies she has used Energetic Anatomy, Tarot, Astrology, Hermetic Qabala, Eastern Philosophy, and Numerology as the foundations of her diverse selection of workshops and writings for more than 25 years. Exploration of varied energetic protocol has been the focus of her work for some time now and the information gained through direct experience informs all of her magickal and spiritual work. Robin’s writings have been featured online, and in print Internationally. She has authored several books incorporating her unique style of writing making use of poetry, prose and pathworking to enhance the concepts presented. She has taught extensively throughout the Pagan community, including Sacred Space Conference, Spring Magick, Between the Worlds Interfaith Conference and Free Spirit Gathering Festival this Summer. Her most recent project is hosting an online blogging community entitled The Pagan Experience. Robin is the owner of Holistic Embrace providing services for mind, body and spirit such as Tarot readings, Astrology reports, Spiritual Guidance and other related offerings. She lives in Eastern Pennsylvania and her life is blessed by a 43-year marriage, five children and the opportunity to work in the field of public education. Robin's esoteric writings can be found on her blogs.
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