Jenna Farr Lugwig commented on Fin Wild's blog post Scrying and introspection
"Interesting research, Fin. How's it going?"
Sep 1, 2012
Jenna Farr Lugwig commented on Fin Wild's blog post The Path
"Your journey sounds like an exciting one, Fin! I wish you much joy on your path..."
Sep 1, 2012

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Scrying and introspection

Currently researching more esoteric forms of looking directly into the self.

Historically, the Pagan method of Jungian analysis was with scrying and divination - utilising archetypal symbols such as the chalice, water and darkness. Throughout mythology, in particular Celtic, truth and knowledge (and not merely the future) are divined through these intensely feminine mediums. It is of note that in more recent times, in J.R.R Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, the most…

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The Path

As this is my first post, let me introduce myself somewhat. I am 23, and I am only beginning to open my eyes to the world. I am a few months away from obtaining my bachelor of arts degree, here at the beautiful, Australian bush surrounded campus of my university. My present extra-curricular research project is into the very depths of the feminine mind. My interest is specialised to a woman's experience, simply because I feel it is the mystery rightfully available to be delved into and sought…

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