Tag: Sunna

Devotional to Sunna 3/19/17

Today I did my devotional in the afternoon, after getting chores done around the house.  I held my Sunna prayer card in one hand and held my other hand above my head as I read the prayer.  My voice came out joyful and strong.

After I asked the question, “What blessings does Lady Sunna give me today?” I drew the runes:

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The rune on the left is Wunjo, the joy rune.  The middle rune is Ingwaz, the rune of Ing or Freyr (the Norse fertility God).  The rune on the right is Perthro, the rune of chance.  This draw says that I will experience joy and fertility (or perhaps creativity), but the rest is unknown and left to fate.

Hail Sunna!

Blessings, Victoria

Devotional to Sunna, 3/12/17

Today I did my devotional after lunch.  I held my free hand up to the sky while the other held my prayer card.  I said my prayer joyfully and strongly.  After lighting a stick of incense in offering, I asked, “What blessings does Lady Sunna offer me today?”

Here was Her response:

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The rune on the left is Raidho, the journey rune.  It tells of literal and metaphorical journeys.  The middle rune is Isa, the ice rune.  It can refer to literal ice or the qualities of ice–beauty and danger.  The rune on the right is Algiz, the elk rune.  It generally speaks of protection.  Overall these runes are telling me that I am about to embark on a journey but I need to be careful, though I will have protection.

Blessings, Victoria

Devotional to Sunna 3/5/17

This morning, shortly after I had breakfast, I honored Lady Sunna.  I raised my hands above my head today and spoke Her prayer in a loud and clear voice.  I was happy to praise Her on this bright and sunny morning.  I then lit Her incense in offering.

While stirring my runes in my bag, I asked, “What blessings does Lady Sunna offer me today?”

Here’s my response:

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The rune on the left is Sowilo, the rune of the Sun and Lady Sunna Herself!  Getting this rune for Her devotional is a very good omen.  The middle rune is Uruz, the rune of the aurochs (the bull).  Uruz speaks of strength and manifestation.  The rune on the right is Mannaz, the rune of humanity and the self.  Lady Sunna is telling me that something will manifest for me in the near future, perhaps a dream or a goal.

Blessings, Victoria

Devotional to Sunna 2/26/17

I’ve been trying to get into a better habit of doing more regular ritual and devotionals.  I’ve decided to do devotionals to Sunna every Sunday, Odin every Wednesday, and Freyja every Friday.  I will perform full ADF ritual once a month on the full moon.

Today was the first Sunday for my new ritual schedule.  After breakfast, I honored Sunna by reciting this prayer:

Hail the rising of the Sun.

Great Goddess, Bestower of all good things,

shining brightly You traverse the heavens

driving back the blanket of night.

Mighty Sunna, be my pace-setter.

Help me to structure my day rightly,

with time to work, and play, and pray.

Let me not lose myself in the hammering call

of all that has to be done.

Help me to follow Your rhythms,

for You are wise and practical

and Your presence blesses us all.

Hail Sunna.

(Prayer by Galina Krasskova)

I lit a stick of Sunna incense from an Etsy shop that no longer exists.  Then I drew three runes, asking, “What blessings does Lady Sunna have for me this day?”

This was my result:

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The rune on the left is Isa, the ice rune.  It speaks of beauty and danger.  The middle rune is Dagaz, the day rune.  It speaks of new beginnings.  The rune on the right is Tiwaz, the rune of Tyr.  It speaks of justice and strength.

All together, I would say that if I can manage the danger foretold by Isa, I will have a new beginning that will bring strength.

Hail Sunna!

Blessings, Victoria