So, it happened.
A woman from one of the Lokean FB groups I am in, has been ‘told’ to ‘hold the bowl for Sigyn.’
She was asking if anyone had done such a ritual, asking for connections to the lore, as well as a possible layout for such a ritual.
Judging by the initial comments, surprisingly, there seemed to be a lot of curious folks that hadn’t heard of it — meanwhile, there were several others who had heard of it but didn’t know where a layout could be found.
So I tried posting a particularly concise layout as a comment to the OP
-and I was dismayed to discover that FB only allows 400 words or less in a comment –
so I sent her a link to a script of the layout (similar to one I’ve used) in a PM message.
(And then to see the few hits to this post right here on this blog.)
I’m taking this as yet another reason that I need to get my ass in gear about the book…
as perhaps this is yet another possible sign from Them
that I should have been at the point of publishing like… yesterday.*
Though honestly, I have been working on the book
but I also have been getting hung up
mostly because, as always
I have been struggling to find the words to succinctly convey what it is that I am trying to say.
Yes, I have been hemming and hawing with my edits because – if you know me, you know I want it to be perfect.
And then I see this meme posted as a recommended pin on my Pinterest feed:
Point taken, Sir.
* And further nudging abounds with this later comment from another user regarding sharing ritual results: Not all answers are in the past, make this up yourself or with creative friends, and please share what you come up with. We need new, modern rituals like this to worship Loki’s much neglected kin…
Why yes. Yes, we do.
Yes, totally agree that more needs to be written on this, and its great to hear you are in the process of writing too.
I have a slightly different way of ‘working’ with the bowl that has come in very recently – perhaps some might not even see it as such, but it’s a way for me to connect with and honour Sigyn especially. You’ve given me the push I needed to go back to my draft and create a full post on it. Thank you
I am glad to hear that my post resonates with you – and I stand behind anything that gives anyone the needed push to write/express their thoughts on any topic, but especially upon devotional practices and connection with one’s Deities.
I look forward to seeing your personal take upon connecting with Sigyn, however and whenever you choose to share your thoughts!
Thanks for your comment!
Thank you, and I wish you well with the writing!