I couldn’t have said it better
So I’m just going to quote Finnchuill’s Mast, from the post The Maw That Tried to Eat the World:
“What this really strikes at is the amount of time and devotion with which many people who identify as pagans immerse themselves in heavily mediated, online activities where they are abstracted from their own environment, and any physical community, and often fully emotionally disassociated from those around them. For those of us whose practices are about embodied engagement, experiencing the numinous in the natural world—and the built world as well—the addictive nature of social media is a problem and can be an obvious interference with practice.
Another thing that is inherent in media like Facebook and Twitter is the splintered and chopped up communications that by their very nature do not allow for any deep consideration or response, and so often generate misunderstanding and miscommunication. Druidic, Celtic, Dionysian, and animist traditions, among many others, operate in a far different domain, places where presence, being, and deep communication and communion are at the heart of the process/practice.”