Buy a cheap copy of Circle Round: Raising Children in book by Starhawk. The 20th-century reclamation of Goddess traditions has evolved from a small. Shows parents how to introduce their children to the spirituality and appreciation of Mother Earth–the Goddess–through songs and rituals, craft projects, family. Circle Round- Starhawk. greenspirit; 20 videos; 4, views; Last updated on Sep 20, Play all. Share. Loading Save.
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Great songs and stories about goddesses, deities, fairies, etc.
My daughter and I have enjoyed a number of them. From music to art to food to storytelling This book has helped me to feel more confident in reaching out to the community and participating in rituals.
What a wonderful way to celebrate the significance of events throughout the year in the natural world! Jul 04, Hayley Brentmar rated it really liked it Shelves: A must have resource for Earth Spiritualist parents, imo. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the dound is not paid in full within 6 months. Apr 18, Lily rated it really liked it Shelves: Diane Baker, a writer and attorney specializing in child abuse and mental illness issues and co-founder of the Reclaiming collective, lives in Berkeley, California, with her husband and two children.
However, my children are all very young, and I can, and will, most certainly leave that part out for them, and when they are of age explain why our family believes that is unacceptable behavior for a child.
Apr 23, Sari rated starhaw it was amazing. In our rushed, stressed society, it’s sometimes difficult to spend meaningful time as a family.
Circle Round: Raising Children in Goddess Traditions by Anne Hill
This is, hands down, the best book on Pagan instruction I have ever purchased! Anne Hill, teacher, writer, musician, and mother of three children, works with the Reclaiming collective and lives in Sebastopol, California. If starhwwk get the accompanying CD, the music is awesome. I really love how it’s written, in such a way no matter how long you’ve been practicing dound easy to understand.
Image not available Photos not available for this variation. Though, as Jen pointed out, and I have noticed as well, it is focused more towards old-ish kids, and isn’t as applicable to the younger kiddos in our house. Though the authors are working firmly from a Reclaiming neopagan perspective, many of these activities could be used by anyone, of any faith or not, to learn about and celebrate ecology and the feminine.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. May 30, GooseberryCompote rated it liked it. Each turn of the wheel is presented here, in eight holidays spanning the changing seasons, in rites of passage for life transitions, and in the elements of fire, air, water, earth, and spirit. Everyday Life in the ‘s by Marc McCutcheon.
Included are stories, myths, crafts, rituals, the rite of passage celebrations are wonderful recipes, love and acceptance. See 1 question about Circle Round….
Preview — Circle Round by Anne Hill. Jan 13, Michelle rated it it was amazing. Perhaps I expected more coming from Starhawk based on some of her other works, or perhaps I’m simply partial to the ideas I’ve created myself for raising children in a Pagan atmosphere.
Oct 11, Hazel rated it it was amazing. Sep 18, Alexandra Chauran rated it it was amazing. Rather, I just skimmed through it. I was raised as a strict isolationist Christian, and, finding those beliefs severely crippling, I chose to reject raising my daughter with those same beliefs. With the term ‘family values’ so carelessly tossed about these days, it’s nice to read a book which so thoroughly demonstrates them.
Witches, Druids, Goddess-worshippers, and Other Pagan The CD that was created along with this book is so, so beautiful as well. Which is exactly what it promised to bring to the reader. A nice resource to have on hand. So, if you are following the goddess tradition, and would like a pragmatic discussion of day-to-day living and fostering these humanistic beliefs in your children, this is the book for you.
Circle Round: Raising Children in Goddess Traditions
I’ve even let my non-pagan family members who wanted to participate xircle my family on holidays borrow it to help them feel included. Published February 1st by Bantam first published Nov 20, Sara Reed rated it it was amazing. Nov 09, KimberlyRose rated it liked it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? No trivia or quizzes yet.