Sunna

[I’m sharing how I’ve known and interacted with Everyone, starting with the Aesir. The Vanir will be next, then the Rokkr, and then the category where I put those Who don’t seem to pick just one category.]

I tried to do a solar prayer set every day, but there was a greater effort to at least do it completely on Sundays. It used to be available online, but the source has been removed due to it being included in a book. (I am aware that I could cite the book, but I have to refind it / it’s site.)

I started a process of getting to know Her before the last devotional lockdown, which entails a ritual with a ton of divination for predetermined questions on different days (whether holy or not). For example, I should be able to know what offerings She prefers based on what time of the year it is by the end of this process (X from the summer solstice to autumnal equinox, Y from autumnal equinox to winter solstice, etc.).

In terms of more frequent actions, I’m constantly needing to work on waking up a consistent time each morning. I need to do yoga and work up to doing the Sun Salutation for Her. I frequently share sunrise paintings from sunrisepaintings on tumblr and have a few tags (Sunna, Sun Goddess) for Her. I typically try to hail Sunna on the equinoxes and the solstices, though I can’t say those are Her only holy days.

I shared shrine pics for Sunna and Mani (and something for Hati and Skoll ended up included as well) here, however I’ve since packed this particular one up (so no updated pics). (Captions are originally from that post, btw.)

ALL THE SUNFLOWERS. Plus a circular yellow candle with silver spirals (of glitter, so I may never get all this glitter off).

Combining it all together on my headboard shelf. The sunflower picture is from a gardening magazine, and the thing between Maxi’s paws [name of the stuffed dog] is a watch. It still works despite losing the clasp and one of wristbands, so I thought it’d work here.

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