Witch Willows Nature Outlook Page 1

Witch Willows Nature Outlook Page 1

Witch Willows Nature Outlook Page 1

All witches are attuned to nature in some way shape or form.

I personally love the changing seasons especially Yule. I find nothing more delightful than watching the birds in winter

No fact of natural history is more interesting, or more significant of the poetry of evolution, than the distribution of birds over the entire surface of the world.

They have overcome countless obstacles, and adapted themselves to all conditions. The last faltering glance which the Arctic explorer sends toward his coveted goal, ere he admits defeat, shows flocks of snow buntings active with warm life; the storm-tossed mariner in the midst of the sea, is followed, encircled, by the steady, tireless flight of the albatross; the fever-stricken wanderer in tropical jungles listens to the sweet notes of birds amid the stagnant pools; while the thirsty traveller in the desert is ever watched by the distant buzzards. Finally when the intrepid climber, at the risk of life and limb, has painfully made his way to the summit of the most lofty peak, far, far above him, in the blue expanse of thin air, he can distinguish the form of a majestic eagle or condor.

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At the approach of winter the flowers and insects about us die, but most of the birds take wing and fly to a more temperate climate, while their place is filled with others which have spent the summer farther to the north. Thus without stirring from our doorway we may become 4 acquainted with many species whose summer homes are hundreds of miles away.
No time is more propitious or advisable for the amateur bird lover to begin his studies than the first of the year. Bird life is now reduced to its simplest terms in numbers and species, and the absence of concealing foliage, together with the usual tameness of winter birds, makes identification an easy matter.

In January and the succeeding month we have with us birds which are called permanent residents.

They do not leave us throughout the entire year; and, in addition, the winter visitors which have come to us from the far north.
In the uplands we may flush ruffed grouse from their snug retreats in the snow; while in the weedy fields, many a fairy trail shows where bob-white has passed, and often he will announce his own name from the top of a rail fence. The grouse at this season have a curious outgrowth of horny scales along each side of the toes, which, acting as a tiny snowshoe, enables them to walk on soft snow with little danger of sinking through.
Few of our winter birds can boast of bright colours; their garbs are chiefly grays and browns, but all have some mark or habit or note by which they can be at once named. For example, if you see a mouse hitching spirally up a tree-trunk, a closer look will show that it is a brown creeper, seeking tiny insects and their eggs in the crevices 5 of the trunk. He looks like a small piece of the roughened bark which has suddenly become animated. His long tail props him up and his tiny feet never fail to find a foothold. Our winter birds go in flocks, and where we see a brown creeper we are almost sure to find other birds.
Nuthatches are those blue-backed, white or rufous breasted little climbers who spend their lives defying the law of gravity.

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They need no supporting tail, and have only the usual number of eight toes, but they traverse the bark, up or down, head often pointing toward the ground, as if their feet were small vacuum cups. Their note is an odd nasal nyêh! nyêh!
In winter some one species of bird usually predominates, most often, perhaps, it is the black-capped chickadee. They seem to fill every grove, and, if you take your stand in the woods, flock after flock will pass in succession. What good luck must have come to the chickadee race during the preceding summer? Was some one of their enemies stricken with a plague, or did they show more than usual care in the selecting of their nesting holes? Whatever it was, during such a year, it seems certain that scores more of chickadee babies manage to live to grow up than is usually the case. These little fluffs are, in their way, as remarkable acrobats as are the nuthatches, and it is a marvel how the very thin legs, with their tiny sliver of bone and thread of tendon, 6 can hold the body of the bird in almost any position, while the vainly hidden clusters of insect eggs are pried into. Without ceasing a moment in their busy search for food, the fluffy feathered members of the flock call to each other, “Chick-a-chick-a-dee-dee!” but now and then the heart of some little fellow bubbles over, and he rests an instant, sending out a sweet, tender, high call, a “Phœ-be!” love note, which warms our ears in the frosty air and makes us feel a real affection for the brave little mites.
Our song sparrow is, like the poor, always with us, at least near the coast, but we think none the less of him for that, and besides, that fact is true in only one sense.

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A ripple in a stream may be seen day after day, and yet the water forming it is never the same, it is continually flowing onward. This is usually the case with song sparrows and with most other birds which are present summer and winter. The individual sparrows which flit from bush to bush, or slip in and out of the brush piles in January, have doubtless come from some point north of us, while the song sparrows of our summer walks are now miles to the southward. Few birds remain the entire year in the locality in which they breed, although the southward movement may be a very limited one. When birds migrate so short a distance, they are liable to be affected in colour and size by the temperature and dampness of their respective areas; and so 7 we find that in North America there are as many as twenty-two races of song sparrows, to each of which has been given a scientific name. When you wish to speak of our north eastern song sparrow in the latest scientific way, you must say Melospiza cinerea melodia, which tells us that it is a melodious song finch, ashy or brown in colour.

Our winter sparrows are easy to identify.

The song sparrow may, of course, be known by the streaks of black and brown upon his breast and sides, and by the blotch which these form in the centre of the breast. The tree sparrow, which comes to us from Hudson Bay and Labrador, lacks the stripes, but has the centre spot. This is one of our commonest field birds in winter, notwithstanding his name.
The most omnipresent and abundant of all our winter visitors from the north are the juncos, or snowbirds.

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Slate coloured above and white below, perfectly describes these birds, although their distinguishing mark, visible a long way off, is the white V in their tails, formed by several white outer feathers on each side. The sharp chirps of juncos are heard before the ice begins to form, and they stay with us all winter.
We have called the junco a snowbird, but this name should really be confined to a black and white bunting which comes south only with a mid-winter’s rush of snowflakes. Their warm little bodies nestle close to the white crystals, and they 8 seek cheerfully for the seeds which nature has provided for them. Then a thaw comes, and they disappear as silently and mysteriously as if they had melted with the flakes; but doubtless they are far to the northward, hanging on the outskirts of the Arctic storms, and giving way only when every particle of food is frozen tight, the ground covered deep with snow, and the panicled seed clusters locked in crystal frames of ice.
The feathers of these Arctic wanderers are perfect non-conductors of heat and of cold, and never a chill reaches their little frames until hunger presses. Then they must find food and quickly, or they die. When these snowflakes first come to us they are tinged with gray and brown, but gradually through the winter their colours become more clear-cut and brilliant, until, when spring comes, they are garbed in contrasting black and white. With all this change, however, they leave never a feather with us, but only the minute brown tips of the feather vanes, which, by wearing away, leave exposed the clean new colours beneath.
Thus we find that there are problems innumerable to verify and to solve, even when the tide of the year’s life is at its lowest ebb.

Witch Willow


Thought for the day


Our age is the age of opinions. The majority of our educated people live, so to say, in their heads, and the claims of the heart are neglected.


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Witch Zak High Rise

Hi peeps or merry meet from Zak here in the high rise. Lately I’ve been working nights and I recon my body clock has finally adjusted to the orientation of the night and day shit that comes with the territory.

It must have been around seven this morning when I eventually crashed out for some zeds.

Witch Zak High Rise

I had intended to sleep until three o clock in the afternoon chill out for a while then stroll on down to the new pagan supply shop that recently opened nearby. Well the sleep-in part soon went down the toilet with the ringing of my mobile phone. Hello who is it, hi Zak its George from flat below, well what do you want, have you seen what someone has chalked on your front door Zak, well no because I am on the inside and not clairvoyant, you been asleep Zak, more like a quick coma, well have a look at your flat door, in a bit in a bit and with that I dropped off to sleep again.

It was three twenty when my eyes opened owing to the alarm on my mobile kicking out the heavy rock track I downloaded on to it last week. Not sure that was a good idea probably more suited to Handles Water Music. As If. Reaching for a ciggy I kind of remember George saying something about chalking and thought no more about it.

With coffee in hand I settled in my old leather chair looking forward to getting back to my book on Advanced Wicca by Patricia Telesco a good read. The reading alas did not last long owing to a sodding knocking on the door which seemed to get more irritating the nearer I ventured towards it. Who is it I asked, Police, what, Police are you alright in there, WTF I muttered under my breath opening the door. We have had a report of harassment, are you for real I asked, take a look at your door sir came the reply from one of the officers. There on the door was written in red chalk BURN THE WITCH. I have not reported this I replied not long been awake. It has been reported by a neighbour of yours named George. Oh, right I said picking up a little of the red chalk left by the artistic retard. Well what would you like to do about it sir the officer asked, one minute I said rubbing out the BURN writing and replacing it with LOVE. It now said LOVE THE WITCH and with that I thanked the officers and asked if I could get back to my book. The officers just looked at each other as I slowly closed the door.

The rest of the afternoon was uneventful as I settled into my read, I did however phone George to thank him for his concern. He told me that other doors had been chalked on several floors and the culprits had been caught.

I did not for a minute think that the culprit/s could have been reincarnated witch hunters from the burning times lol. It got me thinking though about what we send out referring to the threefold law, for in my younger days I played a few pranks as you do when your younger. So, I guess it was payback time and just for the record the doors as George informs me will be cleaned later by the caretaker.

Well it just goes to show that we never really know what is going to happen from one day to the next which for me is a good thing.

I haven’t had time to visit the pagan shop to day as the book was hard to put down but tomorrow is another day and hope to pop in then. For now, it’s time to get ready for work once more and contribute to the graveyard shift as it is called after a quick bite to eat that is.

Merry Part


Thought for the day

Love, to be strong, must be pure and unalloyed with selfish considerations. If we love a thing on account of the use we can make of it, we do not in reality love that thing, but ourselves.


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The Witch Dances

The Witch Dances

The Witch Dances

The Witch Dances, by author unknown to me

These dances are many and varied, differing from coven to coven and allowing for considerable invention and renovation.

The two main witch dances are the Spiral Dance, known otherwise as the Maze, Meeting Dance, Wheel, or Round Dance; and the Chain Dance.
The first, or Meeting Dance, is related to the concept of death as symbolized by a north ways movement, widdershins, leading to the still centre, and then returning on its tracks south ways. The magister stands at the centre of the circle, beside the balefire, facing north. His arms are crossed and he represents death.

The coven, beginning at the northern periphery of the circle, makes a widdershins spiral chain to the centre, consisting of three circuits, each member similarly turning widdershins on his individual axis, and on reaching the still figure of the magister at the centre, one by one light the tapers they carry in their hands. They then double back on their tracks and, spiralling clockwise, return the way they came, again on a triple circuit. The Spiral, as well as signifying the interaction of the dark and bright tides, is also said to represent the labyrinth, dolman, or House of Death and Initiation.

Witch symbolism refers it to the Glass Castle of the North, Caer Arrianrhod, and the Corona Borealis.

Accompanying the music of the Meeting Dance, which may be recorded or played on a variety of instruments to be discussed later, wild cries of “EEE-OOO AAH VOH AIEE” are often given by the members of the coven as they whirl ecstatically, usually after the words of a chant such as one adapted from the Invocation of Hertha , or if the coven be a solely goddess-oriented variety, the following traditional one:

Queen of the Moon, Queen of the Sun,
Queen of the Heavens, Queen of the Stars,
Queen of the Waters, Queen of the Earth,
bring to us the Child of Promise!
It is the Great Mother who giveth birth to him;
It is the Lord of Life who is born again.
Darkness and tears are set aside
when the sun shall come up early!
Golden Sun of the mountains,
illumine the land, light up the world.
Illumine the seas and the rivers,
Sorrows be laid, joy to the world!
Blessed by the Great Goddess,
without beginning, without end,
everlasting in eternity!
IO EVOKE, blessed be!

However, the latter chant is used only at Halloween or Yule, as it refers specifically to the coming of winter and the rebirth of the sun at Shamain (Hallaws) or midwinter.
The Meeting Dance often leads directly into the Chain Dance. This is traditionally led by a female member or the high priestess herself, the magister bringing up the rear. Hence the old saying, “May the Devil take the hindmost!” The dance is performed with the rod used as a riding-stick or hobby-horse placed between the legs, and the lighted taper borne aloft. On stormy Sabbats the tapers were and are still sometimes replaced by oil lamps or lanterns.

The Chain Dance itself probably celebrates the transformation of the seasons, and its device is that of the pursuit of an animal by a predator.

The season, represented by either the god or goddess, changes shape repeatedly in an attempt to avoid capture. This magical shape-shifting theme is a very ancient
one, and it turns up in innumerable traditions – Celtic, Norse, Greek, and even creeps into the Arabian Nights. Sometimes the male is the pursuer, other times the female. The coven god or goddess orientation generally indicates whether the magister or the high priestess leads the dance. The traditional style seems to be the high priestess in the lead, with the summoner next followed by the coven and the magister bringing up the rear. The dance itself begins with a south ways circuit of the circle before leaving it through the gateway at the north. In the old days the dance would wind all over the surrounding territory, through churchyard and barnyard, over hill and dale.
The leader must imitate the movements of the animal he or she represents. The rest of the coven must in turn imitate those of the predator that they are identifying with in their verse. All the powers of the witchy imagination must be brought to bear here. You must feel yourself actually becoming the animal!
The animals themselves differ from coven to coven, largely depending on which totems the group possesses. The rhyme also changes accordingly, but the sense always remains the same.

Here is the Chain Dance verse designed for one set of totem animals, each pair representing one of the four seasons

I shall go as a wren in spring with sorrow and sighing on silent wing, and I shall go in Our Lady’s name, Aye, till I come home again!
We shall follow as falcons grey, and hunt thee cruelly as our prey, but we shall go in Our Master’s name, Aye, to fetch thee home again!
Then I shall go as a mouse in May, in fields by night, in cellars by day, and I shall go in Our Lady’s name, Aye, till I come home again!
And we shall follow as black tom cats, and chase thee through the corn and vats, but we shall go in Our Master’s name, Aye, to fetch thee home again!
Then I shall go as an autumn hare, with sorrow and sighing and mickle care, and I shall go in Our Lady’s name, Aye, till I come home again!
But we shall follow as swift grey hounds, and dog thy tracks by leaps and bounds, and we shall go in Our Master’s name, Aye, to fetch thee home again!
Then I shall go as a winter trout with sorrow and sighing and mickle doubt, and I shall go in Our Lady’s name, Aye, till I come home again!
But we shall follow as otters swift, and snare thee fast ere thou canst shift, and we shall go in Our Master’s name, Aye, to fetch thee home again!
The chant is repeated as long as necessary, and by the end of the final repetition of the last verse, the entire coven should have re-entered the circle at the north and be back at their places, with the magister in the east, the high priestess in the west.

In medieval days, the finale of the Chain Dance usually culminated in the “marriage of heaven and Earth,” as symbolized by the ceremonial coupling of the magister and the high priestess.

The entire female membership of the coven was sometimes also mounted, sometimes being penetrated by means of an artificial phallus wielded by the magister, or simply by the other male participants. However, in most modern covens, the actual marriage rite seems to have been replaced generally by the cakes and wine ceremony which, then leads into the feast. The chalice held by the high priestess is raised high over the balefire, and Sabbat wine poured in. The magister then lowers his ceremonial rod, wand, or Athame into the cup briefly, and then removes it. Both he and the priestess then hand it on to the coven, who drink from it. Similarly, the Sabbat cake is presented on the paten pentacle by the priestess, divided up by the magister with his Athame, and then distributed like wise. On handing the chalice or pentacle to one’s neighbour, the words “Blessed be” are often uttered.

The initial ceremony of the cakes and wine leads on to the actual feast, which is usually contributed to by all the coven members, each bringing some particular delicacy.

The food, far from being the eye of newt and toe of frog variety, is the type you would expect to find at any buffet supper.
The meal itself does not have to be eaten within the circle, the only ritual proviso being that if the company actually sit down at table, the magister be seated at the head. After the meal is concluded, the Sabbat may continue as a regular party with dancing and singing usually of the folk rock variety being performed by more exuberant members within the circle, often jumping hand in hand over the flames of the balefire.

At last, when all is said and done and the party draws to a close, often approaching dawn, traditional farewells of “Merry part” and “Blessed be” are exchanged between departing members, who after exchanging their ritual garments for everyday clothes, hurry off into the chill morning air. The Sabbat is over, the old gods have been reinvoked, and a new season begun.
The basic Sabbat rites should remain the same throughout the year, differing only in small details appropriate to the season. For instance, many covens will divide the year in two and give the magister presidency of the circle during the winter months, the Lady in those of summer.
The Midwinter Festival of Yule, Christmastide, celebrates the sun’s rebirth with all the customary decorations and festivity later borrowed by the Church Fathers, the indoor balefire or yule log, evergreen decorations, holly and ivy tied with scarlet ribbon, and of course the Christmas tree. Father Christmas and Mother Holly are but two Christianized images of the Lord and Lady; the Christ child legend is built upon that of the rebirth of the sun, the light of the world.

Candlemas (February 2) is the Feast of St. Bride or Brigid, a Celtic name for the goddess, and corresponds to the Roman yearly inauguration of the vestal fire. It is a celebration of the waxing light, and the high priestess, or indeed, all the coven, may each don a candle-crown for the ritual dances.
The vernal equinox, or Lady Day, again a reference to the goddess has all the trappings of traditional Easter. (The word “Easter” in fact is but a modernization of Bostra, the name of an Anglo-Saxon dawn goddess cognate with the classical Eos.)
Beltane, Cetshamain, or Roodmas, as it was Christianized has as its theme the May day ceremonies still practised throughout rural England and Europe with stave dancing and flower garlands tied with white ribbons.

Midsummer, or St. John’s Eve, marks the nearest point of the sun’s approach to Earth.

The Catherine Wheel, or blazing cartwheel rolled from the summit of a hill to plunge into the cold waters of a lake or river below, is yet another expression of the wedding of heaven and Earth.

Lugnassad, or Lammas, celebrates the coming of the harvest-tide, the decorations of corn sheaves, berries, and fruits, while the autumnal equinox, or Michaelmas, marks its zenith with the eating of the customary goose. Samhain, or Hallows, ends the tide of reaping and the witches’ year. The winter presided over by the Lord of Misrule begins. The festival is celebrated with the customary sword dances, the sword here being associated with the chthonic spade and ploughshare, symbols of the God of Death.

The Dumb Supper may be performed in honour of the beloved dead, and wine and bread be ceremonially offered to them, the latter in the shape of a cake made in nine segments similar to the square of Earth. Candlelit turnip or pumpkin-heads and the last remnants of harvest-fare often provide decoration.
As always, it is a matter of personal preference as to exactly how a Sabbat is to be celebrated, always bearing in mind you’re few basic fundamentals, namely, the “drawing down” of the sun and moon, the ceremonial dances, the symbolic marriage of heaven and Earth, and the communal feast.
So there you are.

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Thought-for-the-dayThought for the day

The forces of nature, influenced by the imagination of man, act on the imagination of nature, and create tendencies on the astral plane, which, in the course of evolution, find expression through material forms.


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Witch Willows Grove Introduction

Witch Willows Grove Introduction

Witch Willows Grove Introduction

Hi, please allow me to introduce myself

Yes believe it or not my name is Willow, it is actually my middle name by birth my first name being Amanda.

         I live and work in the town of Lincoln which is located in the United Kingdom the county being Lincolnshire.

At this time my age is twenty four and witchcraft is my passion. I have already achieved my first degree in the craft and would like to take this opportunity of thanking the administrator Kimberley Morgan for allowing me my own little place here. I have been looking around the internet for a comfortable place to connect with and now I feel I have found it. 

Witch Willow Grove is a place I can call home. Within this magical place I can write and publish craft workings to my heart’s content. I can hopefully place within my pages craft related information you may not have had access to before. 

My interest for this site was aroused when I noticed posts by Witch O Chick an established member here. I contacted her after reading a few posts she had published and discussed my passion for the craft with her. She is so easy to chat with and she said “give it a go” and so here I am, my grove is established.

I will not however place a picture of myself or mobile number on this or any following pages as I do not find it relevant.

The content is what is important to me but I will leave my email address should anyone be interested. For who knows it might be you that feels the need to start up a little home spot here.

Must mention that I do love the series Charmed although I cannot produce magic such as theirs lol. Magic to me is the bringing together in our everyday lives of the elements that are freely given to us. I enjoy working with the element of fire… no I am not a pyro maniac lol. There are so many uses for the element of fire for after all it can cleanse or destroy. The element of water is a must in my magical workings; I do tend to be rambling on a bit bless…

So moving on in my new found home here you can expect to see quite a bit of my own personal ramblings. I will be allowing the comments section within all my future posts should you wish to use this option and I will answer any questions you may have. I do hope to grow the contents of my new found home but as they say Rome was not built in a day.

In closing my home page now I would like to thank Witch O Chick for her help and encouragement.

Also many thanks to Kimberley administrator of the website for publishing my work. If I can create a little home page anyone can so I hope that I have been an inspiration to others I wish you well and Harm Ye None…

Witch Willows Grove Introduction

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My email address is:   willowdream11@yahoo.com


Thought for the day

From the moment that man becomes relatively conscious
of the existence of a spiritual power within his soul, he enters into relationship to that power, he attains spiritual consciousness; but it may still be a long time until that power becomes fully alive and self-conscious in him.


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Thirteen Dedications Gray Witch also Gestures

Thirteen Dedications Gray Witch

Thirteen Dedications Gray Witch

I. The God/dess is the infinite, the “cause of the first cause” that always was and yet never was

All other gods, goddesses and things are faces of the one true Unity.

They may be honoured separately or together, but all are one.
II. You shall seek out total and complete balance in all things that you are, that you do, and that you shall seek to be.

III. You shall only use magic to achieve balance and truth.
IV. You shall make certain that every action is thought out thoroughly before it is acted upon and that balance and unity are its objective.
V. You shall never lie to hide your deeds and desires unless by lying you are preserving the balance of nature that has not already been tainted by your actions.
VI. You shall uphold the rights of all toward nature, and of nature toward all, for this is balance.
VII. You shall hold no ideals of humanity above the ideals of nature’s balance.
VIII. You shall respect all things living, all things dead, and all things spiritual in nature.
IX. You shall only disturb an environment when it is necessary for balance.
X. You shall recognize “balance” as anything that upholds nature and unity; be it physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, or ideological.
XI. You shall be committed to your beliefs, family, clan, tribe, nation, and world.
XII. You shall seek out balanced health, balanced love, balanced truth, and practice moderation.
XIII. You shall not adhere to any beliefs, methods, or evidences of proof that distinctly contradict the Thirteen Dedications, for anyone can make an apparent truth manifest.


Thirteen Dedications Gray Witch also Gestures

There are common physical gestures used by the magician to signify various acts. Gestures are also used for casting the circle, un-casting the circle,
and cutting a doorway in the magical circle among many things. Gestures can be produced with the body, face, or hands. On the hands the thumb represents Venus and the Earth, the index finger represents Jupiter, the middle finger is ruled by Saturn, the ring finger symbolizes the Sun and Apollo, and the little finger represents Mercury. Below are listed the gestures for the God/dess, God, Goddess, and the Elementals:

God/dess gesture

Stand with the feet and legs together, body ridged and upright, raise and spread the arms with fingers spread and stretched high. Hold the head up toward the sky with the left hand making the Goddess hand gesture (see Goddess gesture) and the right hand making the God hand gesture.

God gesture

Stand with the feet and legs together, body ridged and upright, cross the arms with fists clenched (right over left), and hold the head up high.
The God may also be gestured with the right hand by closing the fist, holding up the index and last finger, and holding down the remaining fingers with the thumb.

Goddess gesture

Stand with the feet apart, hands and arms raised above the head, palms open, and head held high. The Goddess may also be gestured with the left hand by holding up the index finger and thumb, pulling the remaining fingers down into the palm, and making the shape of a crescent moon.

Earth gesture

Hold the hand out with fingers straight and held together, keep the palm down. Use your projective hand (dominant hand) for dismissing
and your receptive hand for invoking or evoking.

Air gesture

Hold the hand outward, palm up and fingers stretched apart facing outward. Use the projective hand (dominant hand) for dismissing and the receptive hand for invoking or evoking.

Fire gesture

Hold the hand outward with fist clenched and turned inward. Use the projective hand (dominant hand) for dismissing and the receptive hand for invoking or evoking.

Water gesture

Hold the hand outward, palm up, with fingers together and cupped. Use the projective hand (dominant hand) for dismissing, and the receptive hand for invoking or evoking.

Projective hand

The projective hand is the individual’s dominant hand (usually the hand they write with).

Receptive hand

The receptive hand is the individual’s non-dominant hand (usually the hand the use least).

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Thought for the day

The tree of life grows and produces a seed, and this seed may have to be planted again, to grow into a tree and produce another seed, and this process may have to be repeated, until at last the spiritual consciousness slumbering in the seed awakens to immortal life.


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