Tag Archives: Meditation

Alchemic interlude

Stumbled on this looking for something yet unfound. (If any of you spotted me placing a small, “Basildon Blue” envelope full of photographs into an unusual nook, please let me know!) Anyway. It’s something. It’s nothing. It struck me as … Continue reading

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Reining in the kids…

Dearest Children of Horus, I’m laying the line down here, as it’s difficult to know where else to put it; and, frankly, to leave the current situation to find its natural end is no longer tenable. You mess with dark … Continue reading

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The Feathered Seer – Part 3 (No. Really. The Feathered Seer!)

During the exploration session on Spirit Animals, presented during The Silent Eye (a modern mystery school) “Leaf and Flame: the Foliate Man” weekend in 2016, one of the companions enquired about “Shape-shifting”. Since this was outside the scope of the … Continue reading

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…but is it real?

Aherm! Two posts in as many days? (Don’t be expecting it regularly! πŸ˜‰ ) One of the questions that often crops up, is the reality, or otherwise, of the experiences involved in shamanic work. This is true also of meditation, … Continue reading

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Chasing the void

I must have seemed an odd child. What am I saying? I WAS an odd child. It just never seemed strange at the time. Much of my daily routine involved sitting on a bus. An hour and a half to … Continue reading

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Rocks talk…

Being brought up on a remote hill farm has its benefits. One undoubtedly being that, in the event of any weirdness, word doesn’t get out at too young an age… Having said that, the first weirdness I remember didn’t actually … Continue reading

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