Welcome To Positively Pagan

So what changed my path from being a motivational coach and weight training instructor to starting a home craft business linked to Avebury, crop circles and the Goddess?

- It all came about as a result of moving to North Wiltshire back in the summer of 2008. I was greatly inspired by the annual crop circle phenomena in the area, which attracts people from all over the world, who travel to witness these incredible artistic and mysterious formations. As a result, I decided to make my own crop circle inspired mandalas, Pagan wheels and pentacles using natural wheat and barley to create a feeling of the spirit of the fields.

I was also intrigued by the many ancient Celtic traditions and festivals such as the Lammas festival in August, which celebrates the harvest by honouring the ‘Corn Maiden’ or Earth Mother for her gifts. Traditionally people would make corn figures, to honour the goddess. However, I wanted to create a more contemporary version – still in the traditional way with wheat, but making them look more ‘goddess like’. I work intuitively and I soon had ideas coming through. The style seemed to be very Arthurian, as though the energy was representing goddesses of Avalon.

I do believe in passing on craft skills – which is why I have created my PDF downloadable e-booklets, so that others can learn to make theses gods and goddesses for themselves.

Love, light and Blessings,  Rowan x

If you would like to read about the other things I have to share, then please click the link below.

rowanduxbury.com