Frigga-All Mother

Frigga: The All Mother

One of the things I have mentioned is that I have a connection to the Nordic deities.  The three deities I have the most connection with are Frigga, Odin, Niord. The first Blot I ever held was in honor of Odin and Bragi as poets.  I have since honored Nirod at school.  Nirod being the God of the seas is quite at home on my college campus (which is on the ocean and has three beaches on the campus).  Odin and Nirod came first.  Then I started to be open to Frigga as there were mother issues I have had to over come.

My relationship with Frigga came out of a desire to help heal my abandonment issues from my biological mother.  I am adopted.  When I was two and a half the state took me away from my her due to the abuse and living situation.  I had never really forgotten the pain that caused me.  Since that day I had abandonment issues.

It got even worse when I was six and taken away from my Foster family that had raised me for four years.  Those wounds were things that have hurt me deep.  Several years ago my adoptive mother (from now on called mom) moved away.  I felt abandoned as she had always been about half an hour drive away.  Now she was almost three hours away.  I felt alone and abandoned.

With Frigga’s love and embrace I was able to start to forgive my parents for the abandonment I was feeling.  I started to feel the pain that they had for leaving me.  I began to see that it was their love, the true unconditional love of a mother that was what let them have me go under the care of another family.  The immense anger and rage I felt towards them was dissipated.  There remained a bit of anger, but it was towards the men who abused me and not the mother who let the abuse happen.

When my mom moved back into the area develop a more mature relationship with my mother.    My mother until that point has still been controlling and wouldn’t accept no as an answer to a question regarding what’s going on in my life.  She even still unrolls my pant legs when they get rolled up…It for me was really annoying.

I called on her to help me develop a relationship where she would respect my boundries as an adult.  I didn’t want her to ask about my finances or my therapy or anything any more.  That stuff was no longer her daily concern.  After giving an offering to Frigga I started to have the courage to stand up to my mom.

It was her devotion to Baldur that got my attention.  When she heard of the prophecy of Baldur’s death she traveled all the worlds and made all the plants and animals vow that they would not harm Baldur.  Even though she forgot the mistletoe she was still devoted entirely to saving her son’s life.

While my relationship with Frigga started out asking for her advice on helping me with a mother, there was much more that developed.  When I found my love for philosophy and began to understand what true wisdom was she started to become stronger.  It is said that Frigga is the wisest of the Goddesses and that she knows the Fate of all things though she speaks it not.

Her wisdom is one of the reasons I have continued to have a relationship with her.  She is wise and I aspire to be as wise as I can in her honor.   I feel that she has forced her hand in my life towards become a philosopher and ultimately a teacher and priestess who helps others find wisdom.  I also feel her arms wrapped around me as my own mother.

I have also felt Frigga angry with me when I have been highly disrespectful to my parents.  I feel as if her eyes are looking at me coldly.  I then end up getting calm and apologize and try to explain what my feelings were much easier.  I try to do my best to honor Frigga by being a good daughter and learning all the lessons that come my way.

About loona wynd

Call me Loona. I am a part time model and an amateur writer. My blogs serve as my primary method of publication at the moment. These blogs are also a way for me to build an audience and get my name known. I have been involved with my spiritual path for half my life now. I have spent that whole time seeking and exploring every path I could find. While I will always identify as a witch and a Pagan, I do believe there are lessons that every path can teach me. When I am not writing, or modeling I spend my time watching science fiction (I'm a big Doctor Who fan as well as Warehouse 13, Eureka, Babylon 5, and other shows). I also enjoy shows like Ink Master, Bar Rescue, Hotel Hell, Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares. I also love Bones for the anthropological aspects. When not watching tv I spend time playing video games. I'm a retro gamer at heart. I would rather play a game on my NES than the newest game for my PC. I actually have more NES and SNES games than I do Wii, N64 or PS2. I do play Starcraft2, Everquest, Guild Wars, and random Facebook games. I also enjoy reading. My reading will often be in the spiritual or philosophical fields. This is what I enjoy to study. I also love to read science fiction. Anne McCaffery is actually my favorite sci-fi writer. Her Pern and Accorna series are my favorites. I currently hold an associates degree in Liberal Studies or Liberal Arts. My focus is on folklore, philosophy, classics of world lit, anthropology, and history. I do have a vast interest in Physics. I was actually happy with how much my physics teacher was able to connect modern physics with ancient and modern metaphysical philosophy.

Posted on March 22, 2012, in Deities/Divinity/God, Frigga, Germanic Pantheon, Religion and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Great post! I love reading about the intense experiences others have with the Northern deities. Your perspective was very interesting to me since I can’t quite get my head around Frigga.

    I’d love to read about your relationship to Odin someday (maybe when we get to “O” in the project?), since I’ve only just started connecting to Him (one of my F posts addresses this; I’d be happy to hear your opinion:
    http://mists-of-manannan.blogspot.de/2012/03/finding-your-deity.html ).

    Harzgeist xxx

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