Practice is an important part of Humanistic Pagan living.  Myth, meditation, and ritual cultivate a culturally-rooted, nature-based, richly-symbolic subjective experience, which in turn motivates changes in behavior.  Practice may yield experiences of awe, wonder, and perhaps even reverence, and ultimately cultivates responsible living.

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