The Spiritual Practice of Interfaith ChristoPagan Nuns | Introduction

Welcome to Green Path Monastery! We are so happy that you are taking the time to read our blog post and learn about the changes that are going on in our home as we convert it into a Monastery.

River and I have seen all of the religious divisions all over the world and decided to use our spiritual callings to promote unity and love. For us this meant that we needed to become Interfaith Ministers and even take that a step further and practice Interfaith as a faith.

So now when we are asked our religious preferences say at a hospital we simply say interfaith.

River and I see the inherent value in every spiritual tradition.

Since we were born in the United States our primary religious upbringing was Christianity. This tradition is dear to us so we have held it close to our hearts as we endeavored to broaden our spiritual path.

We had an interest in following the spiritual traditions of our ancestors prior to their adoption of Christianity.

This would be the pre-Christian spiritual practices of Northwestern Europe.

This was when we were introduced to what has been termed as paganism.

So basically we are Interfaith ChristoPagan Nuns committed to be a healing bridge between Paganism and Christianity.

Can these two live together? Peacefully? Productively? Purposefully?

In future post River and I will explain more about how we practice as Interfaith ChristoPagan Nuns in our home monastery.

If you find our blog post to be interesting and informative then please share them with your friends and family.

Published by Sister Abigail Hester (Willow)

As a child I loved everything to do with the outdoors and was even a part of the Boy Scouts. It was the Boy Scouts that taught me the importance of being prepared. As a teenager I lost my father to a brain aneurysm which sparked an even deeper interest in health and wellness. It was around this time that I found myself living with an herbalist and the rest is history. Willow has a Bachelor of Christian Website Design from Saint Luke Evangelical School of Biblical Studies, a Masters of Theology from Saint Luke Evangelical School of Biblical Studies, a Masters of Comparative Religion from Universal Life Church Seminary, a Masters of Metaphysical Healing from Universal Life Church Seminary, a Masters of Shamanism from Universal Life Church Seminary, and a Doctorate of Religious Humanities from the Educational Department of Universal Life Church International Headquarters. Willow has completed both Herbal Medicine: Nourishing Herbal Infusions – Drink Your Way To Health, Seven Rivers of Healing and Energy Healing: Shaman’s Circle: Earth Spirits and Guides courses at Wise Woman University. Willow is a Certified Biblical Health Coach (Biblical Health Institute), Certified Nutritional Consultant (Life Extension Center), Eat God’s Way Consultant (Life Extension Center), Raw Food Chef (Living in Live Food Chef Certification Program) and Herb Specialist (Natural Health School). Willow has been ordained into the ministry by Universal Life Church International HQ (2000). Willow has also been ordained as a Peace Keeper, a Peace Minister (MP) and a Healing Minister through Luntiang Aghama Natural Divine Arts Shrine Of Healing INC., Philippines. Willow is an Interfaith ChristoPagan Nun.

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