Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing


Thor’s Day – A Mile’s Worth of Release and Renewal

by Patty Fletcher

Today is my verist favorite day of the entire week. In my faith, Thor’s Day is a time of attracting more of what you have. We encourage people to think of that which they have rather than that which they have not, because to think of what one has not on such a day as this will surely bring about more lack. But to think of that which you have and what you would have more of will indeed bring about prosperity in your life.

I’ve lived this faith for some time now and I’ve seen for myself what manifestation can do. So, as Blue and I readied ourselves for our morning’s mile-long walk I began to think of what I wanted to release that might be blocking prosperity from increasing in my life.

Stepping out of the gate and turning Blue toward the bus stop, which stood at the end of the block, I commanded, “Forward!” Then, as we started away from the house, I thought about all the things I wanted to be rid of which I believed were causing stress and strain where my business was concerned.

Letting the sounds of the birds and squirrels chattering and cicadas singing in the trees wash over me whilst the late summer’s breeze thick with humidity and the scent of flowering blooms wafted through my hair, I envisioned dropping the refuge causing me issue into a dumpster as I went along my way.

When we’d reached our first destination, I had Blue sit then, taking a deep breath stated, “Thank you for that which I have and have not yet. Please remove that which blocks me from spiritual, physical, mental and financial stability.”

Turning us around I headed us off toward the other end of the block and as we passed our house Blue sped up and again, I envisioned tossing away things which no longer served me.

Continuing the second half of our mile we encountered broken sidewalks, cars parked sideways across the walkway, overhanging branches and barking dogs. Blue guided me around all these obstacles with careful precision and as he did, I Envisioned each one as something needing to be overcome in my life.

Heading back home, I prayed, “Light my path. Guide my way. Give me that which to do and say. So Mote it Be. Blessid be, amen.”

Later, as the hot water from the showerhead pulsed over my aching muscles, washing the sweat from my body, I felt clean, clearheaded and ready for the coming day and all it had to offer. Mine and Blue’s bond was growing stronger with each passing day, possible positive changes were just over the horizon and for the moment all was right in my world.

Turning the water off and reaching for a towel I said, “There is no part of my life which doesn’t belong to the Goddess. There’s no part of my body which doesn’t belong to the Goddess. I am she and she is me. We are one yet we are we. So mote it be. Blessid be, amen.”

I believe…

“We all come from the Goddess
And to Her we shall return
Like a drop of rain, going to the ocean”

– Quote from GrannyMoon:

About the Author

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport, Tennessee, where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. She is Also a Social Media Marketing Assistant. To learn more, visit:

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