fbpx
47.6 F
Spokane
Wednesday, May 22, 2024
HomeCommentaryAskAsk a Pagan: When Should I Get My Necklace?

Ask a Pagan: When Should I Get My Necklace?

Date:

Related stories

Get mad, be sad and get busy: Navigating life’s unexpected turns

Navigating life's unexpected turns: A personal journey of growth and resilience in the face of challenges and disappointments.

Pope Francis calls all people to care for the earth

Discover the impact of Pope Francis' encyclical Laudato Si', which emphasizes the importance of earth care and urges action against climate change.

Spiritual Beings: Explore Baha’i Views on Life Beyond Death

Learn about the Baha'i belief in spiritual beings and the next world. Explore the concept of life after death and the freedom of the soul.

Harrison Butker’s damaging commencement speech exposes his privilege

Find out why Harrison Butker's recent comments as a commencement speaker have generated so much controversy.

DEI programs under fire: Advocates turn to Bible for defense

Defending DEI programs: Discover how the Bible defends diversity, equality and inclusion initiatives in society.

Our Sponsors

spot_img
spot_img

Ask a Pagan: When Should I Get My Necklace?

What do you want to ask a Pagan?  Fill out the form below or submit your question online

Commentary by Sophia Kesler

I’ve been into Norse Paganism for a while now. I’m 16, almost 17, and I’ve seen videos of kids my age getting their necklace and was wondering if there’s a certain age I have to be before I get mine. My family doesn’t want me to be Pagan because they’re Christians. But I’ve been forced to be one and because of that I decided to choose my own path like I was being called by the gods.

Comment bar

Ask a Pagan

Thank you for your question. There is no right age, right time or right way to receive one’s necklace. You don’t have to earn it or wait till someone gives it to you. This is a personal choice, determined by whether a necklace calls to you. 

You can acquire a necklace in any way that feels right to you — find it, make it, buy it, etc.

If you wait for a necklace to come to you, you could be waiting a while. 

If you feel called to wear a necklace, if it feels right to you, then acquire one and put it on. 

One thing to consider is that, if you are looking to join a specific group, they might have requirements to acquire their group’s specific necklace.

If you’re not willing or able to share your faith with the world, you could always wear your necklace under your clothing. I hope this helps. Blessed Be.


Ask a Pagan

What questions do you have about Pagan beliefs? Fill out the form below and our writer will get back to you by writing a column in response.

Name
Optional
Optional
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Sophia Kesler
Sophia Kesler
Sophia Kesler is a lifelong intersectional feminist. She has been Pagan most of her adult life and is looking forward to sharing her faith and knowledge about Paganism with the SpokaneFāVS community. Kessler is a freelance copy editor, freelance internet research specialist and an aspiring novelist. When she’s not writing, reading or exploring her faith, she can be found learning how to be a better kitchen witch without making a mess.

Our Sponsors

spot_img
spot_img
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x