This is more in response to a thread I read a while back, and I can't remember where I found it. It was basically asking if it was bad NOT to see or hear the gods in an offering or meditation.
Well, I want to ask the opposite. Is it bad to see and hear gods during or after your offering? I haven't got a history with schizophrenia, before you ask, and it's during the meditation that I experience the god and goddess actually spiritually partaking in the offering I have made. I wanted to know if this was a bad thing? I know it may just be psychological or my imagination, but it seems to happen more and more and it always seems to just "happen", as if on it's own accord. I'd heard "no attention is good attention", but my experience seems to be the opposite. When I do have divine attention, it is (usually) a fairly positive and loving experience, like a family gathering.
I know that nothing is necessarily "wrong" or "right" in one's own spiritual path, but felt I should check anyhow since I assume many pagans approach the gods very differently to my almost Christian-spiced "love-and-light"-ish view of the divine, which some might classify as fluffy or wrong (but I have found to be perfectly valid for myself).
Experiences in Meditation