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Years ago, I stumbled upon a meditation technique that's a spin off from my esoteric work with Tarot. It's been a joy to me and never ceases to amaze and teach me something new. Some might call this work "projection," while others might call it, "flying rolls." No matter what it's called, it's vibrant and always leaves me amazed at the ability of the "Aethyr" to educate those who seek knowledge.
I've not taught this method, but may someday. It touches a place that's hard to define and presents situations that may be difficult to understand. Sometimes the mood is buzzing and filled with life; other times, the sense of inertia is stifling. Every time though, it's perfect.
I embarked on one of these meditations earlier this week and it has stuck with me. It was beautiful and had a message that will probably be different for everyone. I know it was important to me, even if I'm not completely sure how yet. I hope you won't mind my sharing it with you.
Here it is.
I found myself walking through a beautiful museum. Although spacious and uncrowded, it was full of amazing artifacts that actually spoke to me and told me about their time and what importance they'd had for their people and culture.
As I wandered from one century to the next, from each object more magnificent than the one before it, I saw a spotlight trained on a small table upon which there was a plain, white teacup.
Why was it presented with such respect? I wondered if it had belonged to Winston Churchill, Virginia Woolf or Pablo Picasso.
I approached the table and waited for the cup to speak to me, as the other objects in the museum had done. It didn't say a word.
It wasn't anything special. It was made of ceramic, but certainly not fine china. A little stylization of the handle was the only departure from the mundane, and even that was minimal.
I wanted to touch it.
I was alone, more or less, and it wasn't saying anything. I became obsessed with wanting to know how heavy it was, if the bottom of the cup held any clues to its importance and to why it was here.
I made my decision. Carefully, I picked up the cup and instantly a wave of information washed over me, and with that wave, the cup's history.
This plain cup had belonged to an immigrant who had brought it with him from the land of his birth. The cup had been part of a set, one cherished by his mother. When he left, his mother gave him the cup, leaving the setting left behind incomplete, as the family would forever be incomplete, but ever part of each other.
Over the years, all the family's lips had touched the cup and all hands had held it. Contents had been sipped from it in quiet times of sorrow and in others had splashed over its sides due to gales of laughter. As a witness of the family's good and bad times, it had never failed its duty nor revealed its secrets. The cup had quenched thirst, warmed fingers, welcomed guests and bade family members goodbye.
This plain, white teacup had been a constant fixture in the immigrant's past, and now it would become a simple but powerful part of his future. He would hold it and hold his family's hands, sip from it and receive their kisses.
The cup had immigrated with its owner, who had cherished and used it daily throughout his life. Eventually, when near the end of his journey, the immigrant had given the cup to his child, who considered it a beloved reminder of the father, but didn't fully understand the power it held.
From the child, it had been entrusted to the museum in order to keep it safe. The generations that followed didn't understand. Then again, why would they?
Moved, my mind was filled with images and feelings so strong that I was overwhelmed. I couldn't help myself. I wanted to feel the love of this family, to experience the bond that held them together through time and space. I brought the cup to my lips and was startled to find it full of strong, hot, sweet tea.
"Whose cup is this?" I asked.
"Yours! Everyone's!" came the answer.
I put the teacup back on the table. It was empty again, but I could still taste the tea and feel the cup against my lips. I can feel it now.
There you have it. That's what's been in my head all week long. I love the way it made me feel--how it makes me feel.
Does it mean anything to you? Does it make sense? Do you get it? Is it the Grail that many of us seek or is it so much simpler than that? Only you know the answers.
Thank you for your indulgence. I hope you all have a wonderful, joyous week. Now, I'm going to get up and boil some water for tea. I have just the cup in mind.
Program Note: Out of Mo's Mind will air at 9 AM, Pacific Time on 12radio.com, Wednesday. A topic, as yet to be divulged, will be discussed. Okay, I said divulged. This implies that I have something in mind, doesn't it? Well, the out of mind part of Out of Mo's Mind, hasn't occurred yet. It's still in Mo's mind. I'm Mo, but then you probably knew that. I've been told that I'm in my mind and I've been told that I'm out of my mind. And that, dear friends, brings us full circle. Talk to you LIVE on Wednesday. Live predictions.
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This may come as a surprise, but I am not a very patient person. I tend to do everything quickly, and when I have to wait for something, I am not a very happy camper. I know this is something I need to work on and I do try to be patient. I am pretty sure I am more patient now than I used to be, but that might just be because I have developed some laziness since I turned 30. I believe in Divine Timing. I know in my heart that everything happens just when it is supposed to, but sometimes my brain just cannot stop trying to control everything!
I am currently experiencing a lesson in Divine Timing of epic proportion. I have been trying to buy a house for 2 ½ months. The house is in short sale, which is real estate code for "long, annoying sale." I love this house, it is perfect for my family, is in great shape, and the price is just right. I know this house will work out for us, eventually. We are waiting for one piece of paper from one bank to be able to close. I have been so hung up on the outcome of this house I have literally made myself sick. I have had a migraine for most of this week.
I have been trying to trust Divine Timing, I really have, but why can't I have this house now? That really is the question, and I don't know the answer. I hope someday that there will be some profound answer to why this took so long, but maybe there won't be. Things just work out when they work out, and I need to chill the heck out.
In the meantime everyone tells me to get some rest, have some fun and trust that everything will work out in the end. In my heart I know this is true. I am going to practice what I preach, ground and center, meditate with my crystals and do some gratitude journaling. Sometimes things just don't go as planned, but they do turn out for the best.
Patience for me, and blessings for you my friends,
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Each week Carolyn Ferris will pull from her hand designed Tarot cards to reveal a message for us. Carolyn has been a psychic for many years and has a substantial amount of notoriety with her art. She has created art for many clients such as Timothy Leary, Santana, The Fillmore, and Moonalice.
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