Re: Path questions
By: Eissy / Knowledgeable Nov 14, 2014
Post # 4
Right hand paths are the typical ideologies of a religiom while left hand paths are opposite ideologies of a religion. Also keep in mind that they are not synonymous with "good" and "bad/evil"
When thinking about finding your own path, you might want to consider exposing yourself to various practices. Ask yourself things like "What cultures do I like? Are they open cultures? How can I learn more about them" and you'll find plenty of paths to research (researching further what you are more interested in). You don't need to find a path right away and it is okay to change from one thing to another as we all grow in our lives and experiences. I would, however, advise you not dedicate yourself to a path unless you feel you are ready. Oaths are serious things to consider and are not taken lightly (not all paths utilize oaths, but I feel it is good to mention).
There is only one path.... the path you choose, and when you choose it... you will then and only then acknowledge it as a path, because it becomes a fitting part of you, look inside and then... you will find the answer. me personaly, if im "given" a path or forced to choose, I choose neither and drive down the middle as hard as I can, through the brush of the forest, etching a new path as I go, for it was laid out in front of me... "for" me... (opinions of what should happen)...
A path is also a channel, to the energies in which you align both back and forth... I say this with a hint of caution.. as you may not like whats on the other end if you happen to believe in someone else's path..
best advise, just be yourself, never take on something whole heartedly unless it feels completely natural to you physically, mentally, and emotionally