The Living Tree
This set of exercises is intended to make you more aware of
the impact of holding onto those areas and things within our
lives that are no longer productive.
Opening to The Cosmic Rhythm
This exercise begins a
study of your astrological blueprint.
want to find out what your Sun- Moon and Ascendant
signs are. To gather this information you will need
to know your:
to navigate sight that will generate a free birth chart
journal using one full page for each- write down your
sun sign, your moon sign and the astrological sign of
your Ascendant (or rising) signs.
Beginning with your sun sign, do some research into what
the energies and attributes of that astrological sign
is. Look through several books or sites on the internet,
so you can gather as much information as possible.
you have gathered what you feel is enough information,
set aside some time to sit in quiet meditative
reflection. Look through what you have written
down. Close your journal and then allow yourself to be
open to receiving the pieces of that information that
you feel most closely resonate to yourself. This is the
place of moving from simply taking in and adding more
pieces of knowledge and actively experiencing the
information, forming conclusions and then drawing from
the wisdom or essence of what you have learned.
for your moon and ascendant signs. Keeping records in
your journal use this information as the beginnings of
gaining more insight about yourself. It is not without
reason that "Know Yourself" was carved at the entrance
to the Temple of the Oracle of Delphi. Your
astrological blue print is unique to you and contains
everything you need to know to be effective, productive
and and enlivened being.
Meditation on the Magickal Image of Binah
"A Bearded Male Figure"
Quiet your mind and then allow your
consciousness to be drawn into this picture. As you
read the poem, visualize yourself sitting and listening to
the wisdom of the Father...Mystery of the King
dared yet lose faith – so how can faith grow in you?
You haven’t dared yet risk your heart – to what can you see
You’re obsessed – still! – with the carnal screams of your
How do you hope to step into the Mystery of the King?
You are a sea of gnosis hidden in a drop of dew,
You are a whole universe hidden in a sack of blood.
What are all this world’s pleasures and joys
That you keep grasping at them to make you alive?
Does the sun borrow light from a mote of dust?
Does Venus look for wine from a cracked jug?
- Rumi -