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In our online discussion community, A Sacred Place Where Magicians Gather, we are embarking on our 7-day Solstice ritual. The first day was about ending patterns and it brought to mind the magic of receiving, in part because of something I shared there:
An Excerpt from Alisonn’s post:
“This first day of the Solstice ritual is about ending patterns. One of the things that came up for me as I pondered this is ending the pattern of trying to do everything myself rather than receiving. In some ways it feels so deeply ingrained that it was hard to see…
With all the chaos happening in our current world, it can be easy to feel that we need to lean heavily on “doing” energy. As Lazaris has often talked about, though, there is so much magic to be found in “being.” It can be a way to not only replenish our magic when it is feeling depleted, but to allow deeper magic and change in.
Alisonn wrote of her experiences with pause recently in our online discussion community:
An Excerpt from Alisonn’s post:
“When I surrendered to the stillness and that space was created, more of who I…
The following was written shortly after lockdown began in 2020.
There is a lot of advice floating around today. Some of it is practical, like how long to wash your hands, what percentage of alcohol your hand sanitizer needs to be, etc. etc.
Of course some of it is helpful, but sometimes I find the dispensing of so much advice counterproductive and overwhelming. Case in point: In catching up on the news today, I found a small tidbit in the headlines that encouraged everyone to walk around their homes so many steps per day in order to…
(by Alisonn Rose)
When I was around 7 or 8, a feeling would come over me, more of a question, really: Who was I before this?
The question wasn’t more defined than that, but it would cause such “hard thinking” that I would almost give myself headaches. A smell or a sound would trigger these questions, or sometimes, someone’s smile, laugh, or voice. I know I was someone else, it’s important to remember, I would think … and then a veil would slide over the thought.
I remember that the veil was a bright blood-red, covering everything like a velvet…
An excerpt from Jach’s post, “A Rabbit Hole of a Different Nature,” in our online community, A Sacred Place Where Magician’s Gather:
Who’s going to win the election? What if Trump? What if Biden?
Here I am, and here we are. I feel as if I’m staring down two very different Rabbit Holes: An election and a future are down there. Which Rabbit Hole am I going to go down? The questions loom.
In my pondering about the Rabbit Holes and the realities to which they lead, I have been thinking about Atlantis. These are the thoughts that tumble around…
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…
… Herbs, tiny carrots, green beans, and lettuces, all from our garden.
Enrique and I are quarantined in the countryside here in Colombia. We are healthy, secure, and safe. We are away from the city because the potentials of violence are more real in Colombia than in California. The virus is here in Colombia. It came late, but it’s now here, and the fears that come with it are expanded because of the still developing nation status of Colombia.
We had planned to go back to California for the March events of course, and when they were postponed until…
I continue to learn Spanish, and I am getting better at saying what I want to say. Though it goes slowly, I can communicate one to one fairly well. But it’s still amazingly difficult to actively participate in a lively conversation with a group of Colombians. They talk so fast and with great vitality. The emotional intensity is both beautiful and frightening. What sounds like an alarming conversation could well be about how to properly prepare empanadas or how to make the sauce to accompany them. Adding to the mystery, they speak with their own traditional and personal idioms. Well,…
A Decade is Ending . . .
A decade is ending. That’s not too exciting; it happens every ten years. But as this decade ends I am caught up in I don’t know what. Nostalgia, curiosity, wonderment, mystery, I don’t know, but whatever it is, it’s a nagging feeling that demands my attention.
Lazaris has often called the first two decades of the new millennium, "the two most exciting decades in the history of humankind on Earth." The 1990s was the most monumental but these two are the most exciting.
I have found that Lazaris says some of the most…
March 7, 2019. A river of color flowing down the street. Hot sun. Gentle breeze. The smells of chorizo grilling. Drums beating, and people everywhere clapping, singing, dancing, and cheering. I sat so still in the chaos and cacophony caught up and lifted by the symphony of mystery and wonder and compassion and beauty. I sat there amazed and knowing I was in the right place and it was the right time. It was one enchanting moment among many such moments during the Carnaval of Barranquilla.
Enrique and I had arrived late Friday evening, March 1, for the four day…
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