Being Pagan: A Guide to Re-Enchant Your Life by Rhyd Windermuth
to be connected to the land in a way that stands outside of—and often in opposition to—the concerns of the urban and of Empire
“To be pagan is to be connected to the land in a way that stands outside of—and often in opposition to—the concerns of the urban and of Empire. Even though the official histories of humanity always focus on them, empires and the cities they form are mere temporary interruptions to a more organic and mostly unwritten history of human life.
It is a history of relationship to land, of connection to it, of life lived in relative harmony with the nature of which humans are but one small part. It is not just a history, however, but a still-living reality for much of the world, and one we can still connect to and become part of.”
In a world of uncertainty, political upheaval, climate change, and endless consumerism, in alienated societies bereft of meaning and connection to nature or community, what does it mean to be Pagan?
From druid, theorist, and writer Rhyd Wildermuth comes Being Pagan, a guide to re-enchant your world. Exploring the meaning of pagan connection—to time, to land, to body, to nature, and to Other—through history, personal experiences, and myth, Wildermuth offers simple yet profound guidance for anyone searching for a deeper way to live.
230 pages, 5.25in x 8in, perfect bound with matte cover and black & white interior
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- Weight: 12.00oz
- Dimensions: 8.00in x 5.25in x 0.75in