Ganesha Devotional Necklace

Buy a Ganesh necklace, help Nepal recover from the obstacles shaken down by the recent earthquakes. Win-Win! -E-

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About EmberVoices

Ember Cooke has been a member of Hrafnar and Seidhjallr for more than a decade, where she trained to be a Seidhkona, Galdrakona, and Gythia. She founded the Vanic Conspiracy and made ordination vows to the Vanir and her congregation in the summer of 2013. She has contributed to several publications on Heathen and Northern Pagan subjects and regularly presents rituals and workshops at festivals. Her personal practice is more diverse, as the Vanir have lead her into cross-training and service for the wider Pagan community. This has including medium and servitor training in American Umbanda, clergy training with the Fellowship of the Spiral Path, and jail ministry for local counties. She holds a BA with honors in Religious Studies from Santa Clara University. Ember has lived all her life in the south San Francisco Bay Area, and is intimately bound to the valley of her birth.
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One Response to Ganesha Devotional Necklace

  1. EmberVoices says:

    Having read the linked article regarding Cultural Appropriation between modern Pagans and Hindu traditions, I feel compelled to offer: I’m aware that removing obstacles is NOT all Ganesh offers, and was not trying to be reductionist so much as to invoke what is most familiar about Ganesh. But it probably comes across that way with so little context.

    I actually *have* had some contact with Ganesh over the years, but have myself generally avoided getting too deeply involved with the Hindu gods mostly because I have not felt like I had the bandwidth to give Them the attention, research, and respect They deserve if I’m going to include Them in my practice on a personal level. That doesn’t stop Them from dropping in from time to time, of course. 😉

    -E-

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