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Ritual Elements Part One - Re-enchanting The Air

I've recently finished co-teaching a six week class titled "Elements of Magic". It is one of the core pieces of magic taught in the Reclaiming Tradition. I use the term "core" rather than "beginning" or "basic" for specific reasons. You see, I hold that there's nothing particularly basic about this exploration and I find myself returning to it year after year as a teacher and, more importantly, as a student. It's the foundation of my personal practice, the actual ground on which I base my interactions within the temporal world.

So over the next few articles, I'm going to dive into, dig around under, imagine and re-imagine my relationships with these core forces that affect us all.

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  • Gwion Raven
    Gwion Raven says #
    Thank you Irisanya. Shallow and deep breaths, indeed.
  • Irisanya
    Irisanya says #
    Beautiful. I find air in wind's shivers first thing in the morning. The deep breaths and the shallow breaths that punctuate my da
  • Gwion Raven
    Gwion Raven says #
    Thank you for commenting Elizabeth. There are so many ways to work with air. I like what you say and it brings to mind the words "
  • Elizabeth Creely
    Elizabeth Creely says #
    Beautiful. As for how I work with Air: every day I open both my doors and welcome it into my house. It usually rushes in, knockin

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In ancient Rome, today is the feast day of Neptulia, set aside to honor Neptune, God of the seas and fresh water. The mythology of Neptune is somewhat a mystery, much like most of the deep sea remains to us. His early association with the Greek God Poseidon muddies the waters, so to speak. One aspect that differs in some detail is the more romanticized mythology of Neptune's ardent pursuit of his undersea queen, Salacia, a beautiful sea nymph.

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