Whether you are leaving religion altogether, or leaving one religion and joining another, Changing Paths aims to help you make sense of the twists and turns on your journey.
How do you explain your new path to friends, family, former co-religionists, and yourself? How do you extricate yourself from your previous tradition and its associated ideas? How do you unpack your complex feelings about your path and why you are changing direction?
Hearing the deepest longings of our lives can be especially tough when trying to find our spiritual home, but thankfully Yvonne Aburrow’s excellent new book Changing Paths is here to help us. In this book, Yvonne invites us to a position of spiritual adulthood where our personal choices and preferences are honored as an expression of who we are and aspire to be.
—Steve Dee, Blog of Baphomet
Changing Paths fills an important need in the Pagan community: a guidebook for how, when, and why to change your path, whether that’s within or outside Paganism. Compassionate and personal, this guide offers helpful journaling prompts and meditations for the reader to find the path that is right for them based on where they are in their own spiritual journey.
—Enfys J. Book, Sagittarius Witch and MajorArqueerna.com
Yvonne Aburrow has been a Pagan since 1985 and a Wiccan since 1991. They have an MA in Contemporary Religions and Spiritualities from Bath Spa University (UK), and moved to Cambridge, Ontario, Canada in May 2018. Their most recent books are All acts of love and pleasure: inclusive Wicca (2014), Dark Mirror: the inner work of witchcraft (2020) and The Night Journey: witchcraft as transformation (2020). They blog at Dowsing for Divinity.