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Journey to meet your spirit animal
#1
I do not agree with this method, but it is proven to work.
My spirit animal is the grey wolf.
http://www.mysticfamiliar.com/library/me...em_med.htm
Ignorance is Bliss but Knowledge is Power
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#2
If I may be so bold as to ask...what is it that you don't agree with? I've used this method several times to meet various guides and it works quite well
Faeries, come take me out of this dull world,
For I would ride with you upon the wind,
Run on the top of the dishevelled tide,
And dance upon the mountains like a flame.
(William Butler Yeats, "The Land of Heart's Desire," 1894)



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#3
I enjoy Shamanistic journeywork myself, and I agree it does work.

I'd also like to know what you don't agree with Jenova...you say it works, but don't agree with the method?

I guess that doesn't make much sense to me.
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#4
You know I am Christian, just the Lord of the underworld I don't agree with, by the way, what animal did you guys get
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#5
I am Christian too. Christians believe in prayer, which is supposed to be a two way street. God isn't Santa Claus. Listening to God (or whomever your deity may be) requires you be still enough to hear Him, and this is where prayer leads to meditation.

Journeywork is meditatation. Religions the world over (including Christian religions) use methods such as this to grow and transform thier spiritual selves to higher understanding. For whatever the method you may use to meditate, there are dozens of different names for it depending upon the culture, religion and worldly locale. God openly allowed different religions so that we may choose how we worship and have personal relationship with Him.

If journeywork is the form of meditation by which you can understand and grow in your personal spirituality...I am just guessing but I don't think Jesus is going to mind. He didn't say so in the Bible and as far as the 'darklord of the underworld'...that's ALWAYS your responsibility to keep Satan from meddling in your mind, life and heart.
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#6
(12-10-2010, 12:23 PM)Lady Kamae Wrote: I am Christian too. Christians believe in prayer, which is supposed to be a two way street. God isn't Santa Claus. Listening to God (or whomever your deity may be) requires you be still enough to hear Him, and this is where prayer leads to meditation.

Journeywork is meditatation. Religions the world over (including Christian religions) use methods such as this to grow and transform thier spiritual selves to higher understanding. For whatever the method you may use to meditate, there are dozens of different names for it depending upon the culture, religion and worldly locale. God openly allowed different religions so that we may choose how we worship and have personal relationship with Him.

If journeywork is the form of meditation by which you can understand and grow in your personal spirituality...I am just guessing but I don't think Jesus is going to mind. He didn't say so in the Bible and as far as the 'darklord of the underworld'...that's ALWAYS your responsibility to keep Satan from meddling in your mind, life and heart.

Agree 100% altho I am not christian nor do I believe in satan or the devil, Meditation and journey work is older then the christian religion
Faeries, come take me out of this dull world,
For I would ride with you upon the wind,
Run on the top of the dishevelled tide,
And dance upon the mountains like a flame.
(William Butler Yeats, "The Land of Heart's Desire," 1894)



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#7
I did not know that, thank you
Ignorance is Bliss but Knowledge is Power
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#8
(12-02-2010, 07:58 PM)Lady Kamae Wrote: I enjoy Shamanistic journeywork myself, and I agree it does work.

I'd also like to know what you don't agree with Jenova...you say it works, but don't agree with the method?

I guess that doesn't make much sense to me.

When doing this... Do you read a paragraph and then visualize it or do you have to visualize what you are reading as you are reading it?
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#9
I'm not LK but both her and I do Shamanic journey work. I started out by doing guided meditations. Meaning I had done both meditation on CD or a meditation led by someone (being pagan I have open access to things like this)

I suggest doing guided if possible for the first few times when trying this. Once you get the hang of it then you can read from books and just visualize it once done reading or just make your own meditation up. Which is what I do alot since I have been doing these for a few years now
Faeries, come take me out of this dull world,
For I would ride with you upon the wind,
Run on the top of the dishevelled tide,
And dance upon the mountains like a flame.
(William Butler Yeats, "The Land of Heart's Desire," 1894)



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#10
(12-23-2010, 05:07 PM)WitchMom78 Wrote: I'm not LK but both her and I do Shamanic journey work. I started out by doing guided meditations. Meaning I had done both meditation on CD or a meditation led by someone (being pagan I have open access to things like this)

I suggest doing guided if possible for the first few times when trying this. Once you get the hang of it then you can read from books and just visualize it once done reading or just make your own meditation up. Which is what I do alot since I have been doing these for a few years now

Witchmom, you have been very gracious with your replies and sharing of knowledge. Thank you.
Would it be okay to pm you w/ further questions in the future?
I promise not to bombard your inbox, just would like a link for guidance.
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