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1. Please describe your tradition and your view of Paganism.
2. What does monasticism mean to you? Why does it draw you? What do you find of value in it?
3. Are you currently following what you consider to be a Pagan monastic path, or a monastic lifestyle in general?
Please describe it to us.
4. Have you ever been involved with the monastic paths of any other faiths? What was different?
What did you learn there that was useful and that is still incorporated into your path?
5. Many Pagans feel that monasticism is not appropriate for a Pagan faith, because "Paganism is not
about self-denial, that's for those other religions". What would you say to them to convince them otherwise?
6. Paganism is, without doubt, a religion that sees the body and its urges as sacred. How do
you work this into a monastic path?
7. As part of your monastic path, do you restrict any behaviors - what you may use, or do with
your body, or eat, or what work you may do? What does this do for you?
8. Anything else that we should know?
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