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Question if I may --- "What makes you say you are "New to the Craft"?    and the next question is " How can we all help each other move past the "New" stage and feel we are really a working part of the Craft?

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  • This is a great question. I have been learning about the craft pretty much all my adult life. I only really started incorporating it into my life on a regular basis. I was wondering the same thing. When am I no longer "new to the craft" and what determines that? Is it how often I do rituals or celebrate the sabbats and esbats? Or is it the fact that I wake up every morning now and set my intentions, or when I walk I thank the forest, etc? So when am I no longer "new to the craft"? And being solitary, who determines when I am no longer new to the craft, if not me?  Again, excellent question.

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    • As with a lot of these things Cheryl   the answer lies within you -- However from what you are saying -- your setting of your intentions daily and your thanking the forest for being there when you walk through it tells me you are well past being just a new person  -- You have progressed along the Path --- Welcome to the Family !

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      • Thank you! I am loving this journey! 

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      • Does it feel new to you?

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        • I’ve only been doing this since, what, November of 2020? I’ve been tirelessly doing my research and putting all of my intent into everything I do, but there’s no substitute for experience, and I won’t call myself anything more than new until I have plenty of it.

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          • It’s allowable to pace yourself and rest from research at intervals.image_transcoder.php?o=bx_froala_image&h=469&dpx=2&t=1626794883

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