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- Print Length: 138 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500906360
- Publisher: Sanngetall Press (April 1, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VKR7V9K
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How happy was I when I saw that her knowledge about this subject was being published!
I have a strega tradition in my family. Our way to remember them was to have "ancestor's
shrine/plaque" in our home. I was to remember my family's special days, and ask my descendants
to bless them. Also, to ask for their help from the other side.
Taking her class opened up many others traditions & ways for improving my own devotion to
my ancestors. She brought up talking to other members of your family. Finding out about the relatives
you don't know about. With that information, she suggested keeping an ancestor's diary.
Some people may come from broken homes. How would they honor relatives they didn't know?
What about ancestors we didn't care for? Or those who may have wronged us? Why do some cultures
leave offerings for their ancestors? These and other questions are answered with surprising answers.
Learning about the many cultures & ways in which they communicate with their departed ancestors
was enlightening & may lead to further exploration.
If you want to learn about honoring your ancestors, this book is excellent. Easy to read, but full
of information and resources. This devotion to your family's line may become a spiritual habit for you.
Find out who you are connected to, learn about them, and open the spiritual door.