Wiccan Ceremony - Magic - and where it all started.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

To scry or not to scry

Using a scrying mirror for divination is an art that takes time and patience to develop. The preparations that are required are no different than all other types of divination. Allow your mind to become receptive; make sure you do this at a time when you won't be interrupted and can attain a high level of concentration. So you are going to want to do this when you are as relaxed and comfortable as possible.

Developing a routine for scrying is probably the most important. You have to train your psychic muscles just as you would train your body for a marathon. The mind responds to a pattern incredibly well. At first, you will probably have trouble attaining the required level of concentration, but it will get easier all the time.

Scrying is much the same as meditation as in the fact that you should not be trying to look for anything. All you have to do is relax and allow your eyes to become less focused when you are gazing upon the mirror. When you begin your scrying remember you're not looking for anything. As you sit you may see things moving about in the mirror, such as shadows. Don't think. Just let it happen and relax. If you are able to see your reflection, it may change. The mirror may become cloudy or become dark.

If you are having trouble attaining the necessary levels of focus, try one of these:

Light a spell candle to scry with.

During the 6 days after the new moon invoke Ariadne. Ask her help in allowing you to see clearly.

When you have seen or "heard" what you feel you were supposed to then you should drape your cloth over your mirror and thank Ariadne for her assistance in your scrying.


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