Week 10 – Guardian of the North

July 28, 2010 at 5:27 am (Uncategorized)

Meditation to Meet the Guardian of the North
Relax your body. Take three deep breaths. You walk out into in open field and draw an invoking pentagram with your wand. You walk through it and you are suddenly located on a mountain. Take some time to look around. What do you see? What animals are there? What is the climate? There is a slight mist that makes it a little difficult to see far distances.

You look to your right and you see a figure coming out of the mist. It is the Guardian of the North. What does the Guardian look like? What is s/he dressed in? Greet the guardian and ask to know her/his name. Ask if there is a message for you to know at this time. Be with that message.

Off to the left comes an animal. At first you try to see clearly what it is, but as it moves closer to you and the guardian, you begin to see what it is. What is it? Greet the animal. Touch it. How does it feel? What does it sound like? Get up on its back and go for a ride with it. Where do you go? What do you see? What animals are there? What plants are there? Is it cold, hot?

Eventually, the animal takes you back towards the guardian, but first it stops at a very large tree along the way. You get off of the animal’s back and walk towards the tree. You notice that there is a perfect notch for you to sit in. This is the Tree of Life. Be with this tree. Feel its powerful energy. Let that energy absorb into your being. Ask the tree if there is a message for you. Take some more time to be with the tree and its energy.

Eventually, you stand back up and get back on the back of the animal, which takes you back to the Guardian of the North. Get off of the animal and thank it for taking you on that journey. Turn to the guardian and offer your thanks. Look to the pentagram that you drew. Step back through it and return to the meadow. Look back to see the pentagram dissolve.


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