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These stories are real, though some details may be fictionalized, to protect confidentiality and identities, but these are actual accounts of Qadishtu moments. Stories can be told from either the point of view of the priest or priestess or from the perspective of the client/seeker/supplicant. The point is - what do we actually DO? This blog seeks to help answer that through example. What we do is incredibly varied, depending on our individual experience, training, gifts, and inclinations, and that's why this is a group endeavor. We all have gems to contribute to the larger understanding of what it means to be Qadishtu and the significant need for this role in our society today.

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Monday, September 1, 2008

I have the touch

At times, being a Qadishtu is simply about touch. Touch. We don't get enough of it in our society and it can a very clear or a very confusing message. A gentle touch can convey deep compassion. And not always does a touch imply more. Sometimes contact can be a reminder to be in the now, in the moment, here and present.

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