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A Ritual for the Elements

Working with the Elements is a core piece of magic I teach in the Reclaiming Tradition. I revisit this work every so often as a teacher and as a student. In my last five articles I've chronicled my explorations with Air, my connections with Firemy dive into Water my complex dance the Earth and finally finding myself standing in the Center.

A Ritual for the Elements

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This post was originally published at Infinitesimal Significance.


Few people have any next, they live from hand to mouth without a plan, and are always at the end of their line.”  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

I recently wrote a Thought of the Day post on my own website:

If you are called to a purpose, trust that you will be given enough to take the next right step. The concept of living “hand to mouth” shifts radically if the Hand is Divine.

It was one of those thoughts that just jumped into my head one morning, though I didn’t immediately fully grasp its meaning. Upon further reflection, it is becoming one of the central points of focus of my current spiritual/magical work.

In the past, “living hand to mouth” was a phrase that filled me with fear. The phrase calls up in me all the scary lessons I have learned about life in this chaotic, unpredictable universe.

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  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis says #
    I totally get your post. I struggle daily for surrender and to live in paradoxes such as taking responsibility for my life and bei
  • Amoret BriarRose
    Amoret BriarRose says #
    Thank you! Amoret
  • She Who Is
    She Who Is says #
    Thank you for this incredibly moving and wise gesture towards embracing the unknown in action. I love the "Divine Hand to Mouth" m

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