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Pantheacon and Leadership

It seems that Pantheacon gives me writer’s block. My first year it took me three weeks to write about the convention. My second year I eventually gave up and wrote about something else instead. After this, my third Pantheacon, I spent two weeks waiting, typing and deleting, and then waiting again.

 

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  • Annika Mongan
    Annika Mongan says #
    “Don't read the comments” was one of my ribbons at Pantheacon - but I did, and while I will not respond to everything that was sai
  • Greg Harder
    Greg Harder says #
    The Parliament is a huge event that usually has over 10.000 people attending. The problem is the organizers have a small overworke
  • Aline "Macha" O'Brien
    Aline "Macha" O'Brien says #
    http://witchesandpagans.com/pagan-studies-blogs/witch-at-large/response-to-blog-about-pagan-leadership.html
  • Crystal Blanton
    Crystal Blanton says #
    Great insights to complex topics. I am still dealing with the fallout that comes with leadership, and yet I get reminders every no
  • Annika Mongan
    Annika Mongan says #
    Thanks, Crystal. Leadership really is about service. It's odd and exciting to have joined a community that is going through growin

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I'd like to talk about some troubling attitudes toward holistic health and healing. Beth Lynch wrote her own entry about this topic and received a troubling comment that pretty much embodies everything that Camille and Beth were talking about in their respective posts. I'm not going to rehash everything that I said in my comments to the person there, but I would like to discuss what really worries me when people start going on woo alone.

Is there a mind-body connection? Yes, absolutely. However, the people I know who are /actual/ healers working with the mind/body connection [in my personal experiences with hypnotherapy, reiki, etc.] have never discouraged me from using western medicine. You know why?

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  • C.S. MacCath
    C.S. MacCath says #
    An excellent and needful post. Thank you for your work here.
  • Amoret BriarRose
    Amoret BriarRose says #
    This post is chock -full of so many good things.
  • Sebastian Lokason
    Sebastian Lokason says #
    I cannot click the Like button hard enough on this post. If the clinical depression and anxiety disorder that I live with every d

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