Wiccan Rede with an added emphasis: “Do anything you want, but do not harm others—or yourself—physically, emotionally, mentally, or Spiritually.”—General Theosophy

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Comment by Ovidiu Niculescu Ionita on November 9, 2010 at 2:38pm
A small question, or emphasis. What is harm? Intervention? the wouldn't the Rede place us solely in our own universe? and if so, should the rites and explorations hold only to the inner sanctum of self?

I said one, but the train of thoughts kept going (sorry for the poor English)
Comment by Richard Ihle on November 7, 2010 at 5:00pm
Greetings and good wishes, Bart.

You bring up some interesting information. However, at least the few Wiccans I have personally met (the impressive Selena Fox being one) all seem to have taken some wording of the Rede as a practical guide for daily living. I do, too, actually.
Comment by Bart Lidofsky on November 7, 2010 at 11:54am
Given the Thelemic background to Wicca, it seems clear to me that "do what thou wilt" is referring to the Thelema, or "divine will," or, if you prefer, atma-budhi, not one's lower-body kama-induced whims.

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