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Witchvox Weekly Update for 2/22/1999

Author: Witchvox Central
Posted: February 22nd. 1999
Times Viewed: 4,313

A WitchVox Special Feature...


 (Part Seven)

Neo-Pagans and Self Actualization

People may be seeking to fulfill needs within the rituals and beliefs of Neo-paganism which may not necessarily be religious in nature at all. Needs are motivating factors. Different people have different needs and will find different ways to meet them. This would tend to explain the formation of the different traditions, the discussions over 'validity' or definitions and the debates which are rippling throughout the chat rooms and message boards.

Some think that this is like a big cauldron somewhere that is threatening to boil over and scald us all.

But while discontent is often seen as a negative thing, Abraham Maslow, whose work is the subject of this article, himself said:

"Whenever something new pops into my consciousness, I initially fight it ... I develop insomnia, cold chills, even poor digestion ... slowly, it dawns upon me that something is cooking intellectually inside ... I know that if I begin to suffer from insomnia, digestive problems, glumness and grimness, it is actually a good sign. My wife will aptly comment: "Something good is cooking, isn't it, Abe?" (A. Maslow, Lecture, University of Maine, August 1966)

I believe that there is 'something good" cooking within Neo-paganism.

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