Klia wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 01, 2013 8:37 pm
Yes it does. But I don't believe in gnomes or faeries. Could I imagine animals as the guardians?
I don't believe in Archangels but each of the elements are associated with one? I think precious stones are mostly magically inert (to me personally) but there are stones associated with elements? How does that work?
Egregore (look it up).
It is why collective practices have an imprint that only personal imprints are strong enough to surpass - why solitaires begin with a common practice and develop into a personal ones. It's why people functioning within a dedicated group have more distinct and personally (as a group) defined imagery and detail - so they are aiming at the same specific ones/ at tuning to the same wavelength.
Layers of coorespondances
- things like 'the thing' but not the thing in itself. Get enough coorespondances together and you can associate with enough 'like-things' to be able to attune to the 'spirit of the thing' itself.
Ignore the ones that miss, cull the ones that create a ban or 'mental inhibition' which interferes with the work.
Due to popular use, the classical elements are part of an Egregore... a bit like tulpa themselves perhaps?
In Psi-wichery: To know, to will, to dare, to keep silent; These are the four guardians. These are the watchtowers.