Evangelical Household

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Evangelical Household

I was raised in an Evangelical Household which meant that if you have a mental illness then you are not close enough to God. It got worse when I went to college.  It is more about being mindful and intentions through Wiccanism.  This summer I really felt that it fit with me spiritually.  Tarot reading which can be a part of paganism or wicca.  You can see my smudge stick of white sage.  My altar is on my table for me, my uncle who passed away last summer. Right before he passed away with cancer I was really close to him and he had dogs which were like his kids. I have the last birthday card from him and a photo from him.  This is just a sight for sore eyes. Even if I don’t get some time to relax, he is the reason I came to this program and why I’m doing this. It provides comfort and why I’m doing this program.  It is helpful for me that I have this reminder to put out there on this. I think people have bad misconceptions but that is ok.  It is rather personal and I don’t talk about it much with other people. Find something that is intentional.  Lay something out so you can have something positive and remind you of that for your day.