Pagan Student Fellowship of Texas State University

Pagan Student Fellowship of Texas State University WELCOME to The Pagan Student Fellowship at Texas State University - San Marcos. We are a group of students, alumni, faculty and community members who are either devoted Neopagans or people interested in learning more about what that means.

We are composed of people from all walks of faith including Asatru, Druids, Eclectics, Shamans, Spiritualist, and Wiccans. We are completely open to all who are of open minds and kind hearts.

Our group is here to serve our pagan community by offering a place where we can all meet together and talk about our feelings, beliefs and share knowledge in a safe accepting environment.



Our current meetings are Monday & Tuesday at 6:30 in Flowers Hall Rm# 113.

k1lluh:

Tonight

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k1lluh:

Tonight

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TBA —- > Gris - gris bag (charm bag) reference guide!

Hello everyone, hope this week has an awesome one!

In the next day or so to come, a quick reference guide will be posted for those that wish to make themselves or a loved one a charm bag. Also a little tidbit of information in regards to what a charm bag is will be provided as well.

Blessed be!
The Pagan Student Fellowship

Earlier this week we had a short meditation workshop involving spirits and spiritism. The weather was fair enough for us to go outside on campus to a comfortable grassy patch and better embrace our spirituality. Hope everyone had a wonderful experience!!!!

Wonderful workshop in the process right now! Working on spirits and spiritism!

Wonderful workshop in the process right now! Working on spirits and spiritism!

It’s been a while since our last post but we had a successful Totems workshop!

wiccateachings:

Only 2 days until Ostara, The Spring Equinox, when both night and day are at equal length.
The winter, harsh and long, is now fading. The Earth is waking from Her frozen slumber and it’s time to rejoice in life, warmth and a renewal of the spirit. Come celebrate and worship as we give birth to all things fresh and new. Let us reconnect with family, loved ones and friends, old and new as we turn the Wheel to Ostara.
Once again, night and day stand in perfect balance, with light ascending. Ostara is a fertility festival celebrating the birth of Spring and the reawakening of life from the earth. The energies of nature subtly shift from the sluggishness of Winter to the exuberant expansion of Spring. It is a time of great fertility, new growth, and newborn animals. The Goddess blankets the earth with fertility as she bursts forth from Her winter sleep. The young God stretches and grows to maturity as he walks the greening fields and delights in the abundance of nature.

Traditionally, Ostara is a time for collecting wildflowers, walking in nature’s beauty, and cultivating herb gardens. This is the time to free yourself from anything in the part that is holding you back. At this time we think of renewing ourselves. We renew our thoughts, our dreams, and our aspirations. We think of renewing our relationships.
This is an excellent time of year to begin everything new or to completely revitalize something. This is also an excellent month for prosperity rituals or rituals that have anything to do with growth.
The name for this Sabbat actually comes from that of the Teutonic lunar Goddess, Eostre. Her chief symbols were the bunny for fertility, and the egg (representing the cosmic egg of creation). This is where the customs of “Easter Eggs” and the “Easter Bunny” originated.

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wiccateachings:

Only 2 days until Ostara, The Spring Equinox, when both night and day are at equal length.

The winter, harsh and long, is now fading. The Earth is waking from Her frozen slumber and it’s time to rejoice in life, warmth and a renewal of the spirit. Come celebrate and worship as we give birth to all things fresh and new. Let us reconnect with family, loved ones and friends, old and new as we turn the Wheel to Ostara.

Once again, night and day stand in perfect balance, with light ascending. Ostara is a fertility festival celebrating the birth of Spring and the reawakening of life from the earth. The energies of nature subtly shift from the sluggishness of Winter to the exuberant expansion of Spring. It is a time of great fertility, new growth, and newborn animals. The Goddess blankets the earth with fertility as she bursts forth from Her winter sleep. The young God stretches and grows to maturity as he walks the greening fields and delights in the abundance of nature.

Traditionally, Ostara is a time for collecting wildflowers, walking in nature’s beauty, and cultivating herb gardens. This is the time to free yourself from anything in the part that is holding you back. At this time we think of renewing ourselves. We renew our thoughts, our dreams, and our aspirations. We think of renewing our relationships.

This is an excellent time of year to begin everything new or to completely revitalize something. This is also an excellent month for prosperity rituals or rituals that have anything to do with growth.

The name for this Sabbat actually comes from that of the Teutonic lunar Goddess, Eostre. Her chief symbols were the bunny for fertility, and the egg (representing the cosmic egg of creation). This is where the customs of “Easter Eggs” and the “Easter Bunny” originated.

Witches Are Real, and You Might Know One: An Inside Look at Girls Who Practice Paganism

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witchbabysoap:

teenvogue:

We’re not just talking about Halloween here. 

Very cool article from Teen Vogue

Help - Sleep spell / Dream ward?

Reblogged from theeclecticwiccan

theeclecticwiccan:

theeclecticwiccan:

All right, witches, I need your help. I have a friend who has not been sleeping well lately due to bad dreams. I am in the process of making him a dreamcatcher, but do any of you know a spell or charm I can do to enchant it so that to help him sleep or to ward off bad dreams? Thanks!

Eh, I’ll just make my own.

If you haven’t already, try weaving some sort of agate stone into the working of your dream catcher! They’re wonderful with protecting your dreams!

Update from last week’s meeting. We all had a hands on workshop involving talismans, sigils, charmed items etc! We even added an impromptu calligraphy lesson which everyone enjoyed!

Update from last week’s meeting. We had a hands on workshop involving talismans, sigils, charmed items etc! We even had an impromptu calligraphy lesson which everyone enjoyed!

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