Reconstructionism involves a lot more than just re-building the temples; it includes getting directly involved with the gods.
By P. Sufenas Virius Lupus
From my earliest involvement in modern Antinous-devoted spirituality, I’ve identified my practice as (amongst several other adjectives) “reconstructionist” because I have found the remains of ancient temples, statues, coins, historical and literary . . . → Read More: Passive Versus Active Reconstructionism
Joanna Powell Colbert
[Snip] Choose a special place to visit. It can be known as a sacred site, or perhaps it is just special to you in some personal way. It could be a hill you want to climb, a secret beach, or a sanctuary garden.
I imagine that you will either drive to this . . . → Read More: How to Make Any Journey into a Pilgrimage
[Snip] It is interesting to me that we can have broad agreement on magical tenets like elemental directions and the need for energy body work but very little in the way of guidelines when it comes to moving between traditions.
And I don’t care what you say. Every tradition, just like every language, . . . → Read More: An Expert’s Guide To Spiritual Trespassing