An excerpt from Jach’s post titled ‘Puzzle Pieces from the Middle’ in our online community, A Sacred Place Where Magician’s Gather:
During the Lake District workshop, nine years ago, Lazaris talked of the Perfect Storm of Change. I think we are in that perfect storm now. To me, there seem to be four individual crises, each with its own brand of chaos, that are at work here. They are mysterious and thus they are powerful but they can also be magical. Each is like a puzzle piece from somewhere in the middle. I think that if they can be fitted together, we can work our magic to mitigate their energies and forces. We can change their energy in formation. We can transform the crises and the chaos into amazing change — change that can open the portals to a new world.
When these crises are fitted together like puzzle pieces, they create a resonance, a standing wave that is more powerful than its individual components, more powerful than the individual crises. Wow. Because of the strange integrity and the complexity of these individual crises, as they work together as one without losing their individuality, the resonance that emerges could lift to a different level or a different octave. That’s frightening. It could be terrifying.
However, as we put the puzzle pieces together and face the horrific and tragic potentials and as we face our fears, we can work Resonance Magic. We can recognize-acknowledge what we individually contribute to the resonance. Forgiving ourselves, we can then withdraw our contributions and the resonance in our reality collapses. The crisis doesn’t go away, but the resonance and the potential complexity that could lift these crises to unimaginable levels, can collapse.
For example, to withdraw what I contribute to the Covid-19 crisis, I work my magic to create safety for others and for myself regarding the coronavirus, and I encourage others to do the same. I also work my magic listening to and understanding those who won’t wear masks to safeguard others and themselves. I lift my understanding to the level of appreciation and valuation. Then I use my imagination to imagine that those others can also understand me at that same level. When understanding is at the level of appreciation and valuation, balance, if not harmony, can open the way to change. (continued…)
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