Because this is starting to become an issue again.
What I can offer you: a paid reading, which you can purchase via my Etsy shop. (Deity Communication is one of my most popular spreads, and I was a practicing seidhkona for many years. But keep in mind that I do NOT offer refunds if the answer is not what you wanted to hear, and I do not shy away from relaying harsh or blunt messages when they are needed.)
What I cannot offer you: correspondence or counseling, either paid or for free, on the topic of being a godspouse, or personal discussion concerning your own intimate experiences with Odin or any other god.
First and most importantly, because I don’t want to. I tried to do this kind of thing for years, and it led directly to a three year period of burnout and spiritual crisis. So, I’m sorry but I’m not your girl for this. (I put as many of my older posts, which share parts of my own story, back up on the blog, and have even started to write NEW posts on related topics, because I DO want to help, and people have found my posts helpful. BUT the fact that I am blogging again does NOT mean I am making myself available for personal counseling of any description. Sorry. Nope.)
Also, I am NOT either a trained spiritual counselor, or an ordained priestess. I’m a cardslinger, artist, crafter, and Witch. I’m also disabled (fibromyalgia and IBS), over fifty, and run a mostly product-based Etsy business. (In addition to, as mentioned, offering paid readings.) So honestly, I don’t have time to do THIS too, even if I wanted to, which I do not.
My best recommendation if you think you might be getting into this path and you don’t know where to turn? Well, for free you can search “godspousery” online and come up with a LOT of information in various locations. Some of it will no doubt vary in quality or usefulness, but honestly, that’s how it goes. Some of the people writing on the topic may (unlike me) even welcome personal correspondence and discussion about it.
If you are in crisis, I recommend you seek out a pagan priest or qualified spiritual counselor; you can find these by searching for “priest of [fill in the name of the god here]” or “spiritual counselor” online. Gather a few names that seem legit, look up some of their references and experience, and ask them for more references. (Legit priests and counselors WILL be willing to provide you with references.) Check on who vouches for them, whether they’ve written books or articles, how many people they’ve helped, what organizations they’re affiliated with, etc., etc. This process takes some time, but it really is not difficult.
If you are NOT in crisis, and you are okay with having a relationship with the god in question, honestly my best advice is to allow Them to lead the way, and let the relationship unfold organically over time. This is what I did. It isn’t a race or a contest. If you feel you aren’t receiving clear input from Them, you could always get a reading–but really, most of Them (especially in the Norse pantheon) will make Their intentions perfectly clear if you just wait.
Hopefully that helps. But again, I am not either qualified or inclined to offer personal one on one guidance on this subject, because trying to do that almost wrecked my own spiritual life. Sorry, but that won’t be happening again.