Monthly Archives: March 2015

Temple Training

A lot of people have asked me during the years; ‘Exactly what is the Temple Training?’ The question is easy, but the answer is extensive. It is not possible to give a quick answer in a few sentences. That is … Continue reading

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Sculpture

When most people tell me they have a problem with mysticism, what they mean is they dislike sheep – people who follow without thinking. But Western Mysticism teaches exactly the opposite! A good spiritual teacher is like a master sculptor. … Continue reading

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Merlin’s Grave

Welcome Jason, at the foot of the fallen stone. The laws of synchronicity work perfect. I have been waiting for you. Whatever lives in you, reflects itself into your life and what is outside of you is a reflection of … Continue reading

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Soul Retrieval

I walk the sacred spiral, my footsteps let the Titans shake. My prayers, my love and devotion echo around me in the caves of the dark. Do they reach my loved one? Step by step downwards I go, arrive at … Continue reading

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Lady of Shalott

Did you know that some of the most famous painters drew inspiration from Western Mysticism? John Waterhouse, often referred to as ‘the modern Pre-Raphaelite’, often depicted mystical themes. His paintings range from the Greek Mythology, with his depiction of Odysseus, … Continue reading

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Meditation on the Solar Eclipse

Meditations on the Book of Nature Solar Eclipse and Spring Equinox Today I have a little gift for you: I am going to take you with me on an adventure in your mind: Today we are just a cosmic second … Continue reading

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Fantasy

There are a lot of interesting initiatory stories woven in fantasy books. Everyone greatly enjoys the stories, how strange that all the authors keep there sources secret. The cause for this is the fear that the stories then do no … Continue reading

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