You have experienced life. It doesn’t mean that you are of a certain age only that you have experienced life. It is expected that you have made mistakes, dealt with the ramifications of those mistakes and will probably make many more. We also expect that you
have come to some kind of accommodation with them and are looking first and foremost to heal yourself. These experiences are where one draws their strength and where
their empathetic skills are born. You may also have had a life altering experience like the “Little Death” or a significant out of body experience. Your path has been a little bit
of a battlefield. Welcome to the “club” – know you are not alone.
Some of the indigenous people of this country understand this principle. For years the buffalo roamed the great plains of the United States. The native peoples hunted the buffalo for food, clothing, tools, and other supplies. They didn’t kill thousands for their hides and let
the meat rot. They honored their fallen 4 footed allies and utilized everything. They prayed to the spirit of the buffalo and took only what they needed. Never taking more and the meat was always plentiful. Our western hyper consumer society has disrupted the balance. Each person is charged to help restore that balance or risk the proverbial wrath of the Universe.
What are the Traits of the Warrior?
A warrior first and formost sees the truth of themselves, they take responsibilities for their own actions, recognize the truth of things about themseves and others, they practice self disipline, they view every situation in balance, develop analysis without emotion,they develop a strong sense of defense of their own boundaries, take resposibility for their OWN actions and accept the consequences of their OWN choices.
Speaking with the Warrior Goddess
There are many ways to tap into your own personal warrior goddess, whether you have met her or not she is always with you. She is that part of yourself that comes out when your beliefs, actions, and plans are challenged, it is how one manifests her that is different. Meditation is one way to tap into her. Another is to perform a simple ritual to the Warrior Goddess for yourself. Here is one that I have found useful across many different paths.
A gold or yellow candle
A pentagram or other representation of spirit for yourself
Agrimony, Angelica, Basil, and Rue in the following proportions as an incense
1 quarter part Agrimony
1 quarter part Angelica
1 half part Basil
1 part Rue
A representation of yourself as a Warrior
Paper with your intent to speak with the Warrior Goddess
Prepare yourself as you normally would for any magical working
Cast your circle
Light the candle
Light the Incense
Clear your mind and holding the paper with your intent say 3 times
Goddess strong and Goddess protector
Hear my call and heed my plea
Join me Warrior Spirit mine
Help me see my inner path
Goddess Stong and Goddess Protector
Wait to hear/see the Warrior Goddess
Ask her ” How Shall I Call You”
Listen to what she tells you
When you are finished, thank her for speaking with you and ask if you macall on her again.
Extinguish the candle
write everything down you remember
close circle and leave paper on altar for at least 28 days.
There are many other ways to speak with the Warrior Goddess, in some instances it is difficult to reach her yourself. Speak with your teacher, High Priestess, or other Elder to see if they canhelp you tap this wonderful energy. If you do not have an elder or High Priestess to speak with then feel free to contact me by clicking on the button below. I am honored to serve you in anyway I can.