Connecting with The Old Gods

Connecting with The Old Gods ― We Need Them To Survive

Where have the old ones gone?  Where can we find the Gods of our ancient ancestors?

The Gods of old are still with us.  Connecting with the Old Gods is important for a number of reasons.  Are you interested in finding why and how? If so, ask yourself some questions.  What is that which sustains all life?  Well, of course, it is our Earth and its environment.

The fact is, many people worship nature.  Don’t laugh.  We can prove that nature exists.  That’s more than you can say for all the other imaginary friends.  Connecting with nature connects us these primal energies, the old ones.  They are the source of everything that makes us.  Connecting with our source is essential for our health and wellness.

    • When was the last time you stopped to look at the sky?
    • Can you remember when you gazed at a tree, sunrise or sunset?
    • Have to paused to listen to a bird or the wind?
    • Do you remember what it’s like to smell wildflowers or touch the earth?

Yes. The God of old are still with us.  They are the Earth, The Sky, and Sun. We need them to live. Don’t Forget to love and care for them.

Connecting with The Old Gods

Let’s try something.  Here’s how we find and improve our connection with these original energies.  First, find a place where there is nature preferably unspoiled by the hand of man. But, if not a park or any place where there are trees and earth. If possible, find a place where you can see, hear and smell nature.  Being able to feel the wind and sky is also important.

Once you’ve found a place, that’s comfortable take a mental break from your to-do-list. Shut off your smartphone. Stand quietly in this momentary sanctuary of nature. Quite the mind.  Consciously open your senses to the world around you.  Move your head, left, right, up and down.  Drink in the world visually.  Visualize connecting with the old gods of nature.

Now, if you can, find some place where you can touch the earth.  Drop to your knees, put your hands on the ground.  If you can dig your fingers in the dirt.  Here is the place from which all life has come.

Next, stand and close your eyes. Listen intently to the wind.  Can you hear the birds?   Feel the sun.  This the life bringer.  Smell the world.  Hopefully, you are in a place where the scents of nature are not covered by the industrial hand of man. Take a deep breath and open your eyes.

Give Thanks for the Old Gods

Think about this experience.  Realize you are a part of nature, but you live most of your life disconnected from it.  Connect now once again as our ancestors did. Do this daily. Never stop seeing, hearing and feeling that connection with the Earth.  Earth the place where the Gods of old reside.

This exercise works.  It will connect with nature.  These are the voices of nature always reaching out to touch us.  Nature has always been singing the songs and waiting for you to return.

Now if you feel so inclined, call upon the spirits that reside where you are.  Ask for their forgiveness and bid them to help you.  Help you not to forget to be guided by the ancient wisdom to do good in always and to everything.  Connect too with the long line of your ancestors who have enabled you to be alive here in this time and space.  Namaste.  Blessed Be.

In Conclusion

Connecting with the old gods is more important than ever.  They are the Earth, The Sky, and Sun. We need them to live. Don’t forget to love and care for them.  Put it on your on your calendar.

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References

Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s Book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia

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