Magic of Equinox

Equinox Rituals of different cultures Wednesday 26 September 2012 at 8:43 pm

Symbols and Signs

Magic and Meaning of Equinox

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Autumn Equinox

The autumn equinox is a time of death, the time to destroy the egos and our subconscious patterns such as anger, pride, greed, envy, lust...  We can offer our weaknesses as sacrifices before the gods transforming them into their higher, divine manifestation.

Chinese honour this time with a ritual of standing facing west, lighting white candles, or placing white flowers on the altar. 

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The Druids used to cut wands from the willow trees to use for divination at this time of year.  

For the ancient Celts the autumn equinox is symbolically marked as a time of sacrifice with a ritual of burning a figure from the stems of grain, representing the vegetation spirit.

Spring Equinox

The seasons change while the Earth continues its journey through the space and time.  Spiritual of our ancestors and their Rituals at the Equinox time, honour the balance between light and darkness.

Some teachings of esoteric wisdom say that during this time the veil between the physical world and other worlds opens.  This is a good time for meditationprayersrituals and offerings. The equinox occurs twice each year, around 22 March and on the 21 December.

Spring Equinox

The spring equinox is a time of strong winds, time of the final triumph of the Sun over darkness, with the last full moon of winter. These are the days when the Sun is exactly above the Equator, which makes day and night of equal length. Aphrodite from Cyprus, Hathor from Egypt were gods celebrated at Spring equinox. The Ancient Malta temples' corridors become flooded with golden light, at sunrise, shining through to the innermost Temple stone. Their incredible astronomical orientation makes them a timeless calendar for over 5,000 years.

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Divergent Thinking

How to Practice Divergent Thinking Wednesday 25 July 2012 at 7:12 pm

Divergent Thinking as an Essence of Creativity

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Divergent thinking is essential for and for What is creativity?. It is the ability to see lots of possible ways to interpret a question and lots of possible answers to it.

It is a thought process used to generate creative ideas by exploring many possibilities. Instead of taking obvious steps and walking along a straight line, one looks at different aspects of the situation, creating different results.

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Divergent thinking is often used as a parallel of convergent thinking that follows a particular set of logical steps to arrive at one solution. All standardised tests stipulate this type of thinking.

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What is Creativity

Creative Thinking as Divine Inspiration or Human Trait Monday 18 June 2012 at 1:48 pm

What is Creativity?

Creative Thinking as Divine Inspiration or Human Trait

An excerpt from Conscious Creativity: Ancient Europe's Minduflness Meditations by Nataša Pantović

It took some time for the humanity to accept ‘creativity’ as a possible human ‘trait’.

What is Creativity Human or Divine Trait Quote from Mindful Being by Natasa Pantovic

It was during the Renaissance that creativity was first seen, not as a matter of divine inspiration, but as a gift of a great learned man to imitate God’s ability to create. As Prometheus stole the fire of the Gods and brought it to the mankindhumanity needed to steal the secret of ‘creation’ from Gods and understand its essence.

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Pythagoras

Pythagoras Spiritual Wisdom and Philosophy Wednesday 30 May 2012 at 9:03 pm

Pythagoras (560-480 BC)

Esoteric teachings of Golden Citizens of Ancient Greece

Pythagoras Endless  One of the greatest Greek philosophers, a teacher, and a sage

Pythagoras lived at the same time as Buddha and Lao Tzu and he taught his disciples that a goes through an endless wheel of reincarnations until we purify and return to the .

Pythagoras formed The Pythagorean Brotherhood, one of the first un-priestly scientific societies teaching philosophy and science. Both men and women were allowed to become members of the order.

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