In the news - January 3rd, 2010
- The Challenges of Life
http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/challenges-of-life-in-hd/1abldb0h1A short on this week. Sorry, but I ject got back into Austin.By the way, in what ways would you say animals enter in to your magical practice?Namaste,Stephanie
The cure for boredom is curiosity.
There is no cure for curiosity.
-- Dorothy Parker
- I'm still waiting for the video... My internet isn't the fastest in world, but it works. In the meantime, I figured I would answer your question about animals in my magickal practice.
Animals tend to show up as signs for me. For example, consider the situation around an elderly woman I knew (who shall remain nameless for privacy reasons). I saw her one morning. Shortly after she left, I saw a great number of black birds on an electrical wire all facing the same direction. It struck me as odd. I couldn't recall any time that I had ever seen such an assembly at that location. As I watched the birds for a few moment, the old woman's face came to mind. That afternoon, I received a call that she was in hospital. She passed away within a few weeks.
Shortly before a major turning point in my spiritual practice I saw a coyote near my house. My neighbors had commented on seeing them for years, but I had never seen one -- not once in almost 10 years. I had never even heard them in all that time. That day was only time. I think it was a sign.
Rather verbose, but I hope it answers the question. I anxious to see what other people have to say.
-a Pagan in Austin
--- In Ethical_Witches@yahoogroups.com, "Stephanie N. Canada" <thunderhoofdesigns@...> wrote:
> The Challenges of Life
> A short on this week. Sorry, but I ject got back into Austin.
> By the way, in what ways would you say animals enter in to your magical practice?
> The cure for boredom is curiosity.
> There is no cure for curiosity.
> -- Dorothy Parker