I saw a post in a different group where the ladies were saying that if you practice Wicca you must adhere to the strictness from which it was created and must be a part of a coven, etc. Otherwise, you really arent Wiccan and are just labeling yourself because you dont know any better and are uneducated on the how to be truly Wiccan.
Do you agree with that or do you think it really boils down to individual beliefs and paths?
Answer by gmasboy at 9:27 PM on Nov. 3, 2010
Answer by anime_mom619 at 9:19 PM on Nov. 3, 2010
Do you agree with that or do you think it really boils down to individual beliefs and paths? Yes, I do. I have been a solitary practitioner for about 14 years now, since before my granddaughter was born. I have never belonged to a coven, because I choose not to. I don't have any "degrees" or "titles" bestowed upon me by anyone but myself. My power is not lessened in any way just because some high priest or priestess hasn't sanctioned it. There are those who need the fellowship and advice that they get in a coven, but this comes along with someone else judging you and your path. Someone who doesn't know anything about you. A coven is a personal decision. I don't feel that there is anything significant that I can learn in a coven that I can't learn as a solitary. Others may feel differently.
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