One Heart, Many Gods is a quick, down-and-dirty guide to building a daily devotional practice, written with the absolute beginner to Polytheism in mind.
This booklet is for you if you are a Polytheist and:
You want to honor your Gods outside of high tides and Sabbats, but you don’t know where to start.
You aren’t sure what a daily devotional practice actually looks like, or how to incorporate one into your lifestyle.
You need help forming reasonable goals in this area.
You have a good idea of what you’d like to accomplish in your devotional life, but you could use some solid suggestions on how to get there.
You’ve tried to build a daily devotional practice before, but you burned out, gave up, or became overwhelmed.
You’re a veteran to devotional Polytheism, but darned if you’ve ever figured out what to do with those prayer beads sitting on your shrine!
You should skip this one if:
You’re looking for The One Right Way of Doing Devotion. This ain’t it, and the author is allergic to that approach.
You believe ideas from other spiritual paths are useless in your own. This booklet draws on ideas from multiple traditions.
You’re looking for a comprehensive, in-depth guide to Polytheism. This is a brief introduction for beginners with a very specific focus.