What are the moral expectations for member of your religion?
What does your god, gods ext. expect from you?
How can you get into heaven?
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Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 9:35 AM on Jul. 18, 2009
What are the moral expectations for member of your religion? There are none. "Harm none" is specifically a tenet of Wicca, & many Neopagans consider it a guideline, but there is no authority to set it up as an expectation. A number of Neopagans explicitly reject it, as we feel we are justified in harming those who are trying to harm us. Most do accept that the energy you put out will come back to you (many believe it will be amplified) so that encourages them to create positive energy.
Â What does your god, gods ext. expect from you? In my personal beliefs the gods can't expect anything from me. In some Neopagan traditions the gods expect recognition & offerings, but again it is far from being across the board. I do believe that gods are made more powerful by attention.
Answer by nysa00 at 9:53 AM on Jul. 18, 2009
How can you get into heaven? No "heaven", as such in Neopaganism. The closest thing is what is sometimes called the Summerlands, which is a temporary stop & is available to all who are not immediately reincarnated. Not all traditions hold this belief either & some percieve the afterlife quite differently than those influenced by the Neo-Celtic belief mentioned above.
Answer by nysa00 at 9:54 AM on Jul. 18, 2009