What is the work good for anyway?

You’re doing the work. Runes. Seidr. Healing. All the things a Vitki does. But what good is it?

First there’s the chance that you’ll be of service to your clan. That’s a big deal. Working for your kin and clan are the most important things you can hope to do. It is through service that we find our place and calling. We can do fewer things more honorable than service.  I know for me there’s nothing more satisfying than doing a really good Rune reading for a friend or family member. The look on their faces as you reveal the Rune’s mysteries to them makes all the lonely study time worthwhile.

Also there’s the benefits you can receive for yourself with the work. In a bad mood?  A good work session is sure to change your outlook. Feeling lost and adrift in this crazy world?  Find your way with the work. Needing to change unsavory characteristics in your personality?  The work can help. These are just some of the ways the work can be used for your own  betterment. This is some powerful stuff we’re talking about here. Do some experimentation and explore the vast multiverse of ways the work can be used.

And now I’m going to be a seer for you. Our world is at the brink of a shift. Something is about to happen. Something big. It is important that we each work to make the shift that is about to occur be a positive one. It could very easily become a world none of us would want to live in. The work we as Vitkis do is to help assure that the shift is a shift away from fear and darkness into one of love and light. Sorry to get all fuzzy bunny on you but I choose to work for the light.

These are just some of the ways that the work is good for. As you grow in your practice you will undoubtedly discover more. That’s part of the wonder of the work. It always unfolds and evolves. Take the journey yourself and find out.

Author: vitkimusings

A fifty-something Vitki living in the suburbs of Chicago. Follower of the Nordic Path for the last fifteen years. Student of runes for the last 23 years and seidr for the last seven years. Always learning and growing!

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