My friend Veggiewolf posted To Err is (Human) Divine on her Fluid Morality blog, talking about mistakes she’s made, including ones with Sekhmet.
I was lucky. I jumped straight into Kemeticism without flailing around too much with other things. A friend helped me get started, so I benefited from all her research and understanding.
I also tend to network with a lot of Kemetics, both inside and outside the Kemetic Orthodox group. I think it helps to see a variety of approaches, both from the ‘that’s not for me’ and ‘I should look into that’ perspectives.
Does that mean I don’t make mistakes? Noooo. It probably means I make more interesting ones.