I've often read about how many pagans had a very particular view of the natural world as children, very close to animism, only to lose it somewhere in adolescents or early adulthood. I think part of the reason I can't remember ever really not having pagan beliefs (I've believed in the Greek gods since I was very small, like 2 or 3 years of age) is partly do to the fact that I never lost that view of the natural world. I still talk to trees and flowers, knowing that they can hear and understand me and that if I'm open to it I'll get their response. I've hugged trees for extended lengths of time trying to feel their heart beat. The first time I actually managed to feel it I was 12, and as odd as this will sound, was developing a crush on the nature spirit that lives inside the giant maple tree in the very center of our property. I once wrote an essay about him for a high school writing class and my teacher told me it was the most magickal and heart warming thing she'd ever read. I've been able to communicate with nature spirits as far back as I can remember. I suppose that's a huge part of why I've never lost that animistic view of nature. It's hard to believe or think something's not alive when you can speak to it directly.
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