I have a new blog post up at the Llewellyn Worlwide site: Traveling with Spirits.
Interview with POLARIS
The fine people at POLARIS (People Offering Light, Assistance & Resources In Spirit) conducted an interview with me, check it out and the rest of their site here:
Bohemian space rocks
This small stone with the eery greenish lustre is moldavite, thought to originate from a meteor impact about 15 million years ago in the region of central Bohemia.
During a trip to Sedona, AZ I picked this up at one of the many Vortex crystal shops around the area. According to the label that came with the stone, moldavite was said to have some remarkable properties:
- extraterrestrial origin
- very rare stone
- high vibration
- Ascendant Master
- connects to Akashic Records
- opens to receive spiritual guidance
- useful for sensitive people and star children
- aligns the chakras
Now I must admit to being ignorant of the meaning of some these attributes (what are “star children” for example?). Still, I was intrigued and enjoying the peaceful and mystical atmosphere of Sedona, so I took the stone into my left palm (as the left hand is generally passive and absorbing of energy inward, in contrast to the right hand which projects dynamic energy outward).
I felt an immediate affinity for the moldavite, as consciousness opened up and expanded seemingly into space. The sensation of coolness was unmistakable, and an open expanse of space and stars. I spent a good minute in the Vortex Crystal shop just “spacing out” while I held the small green piece of rock, much to the pleasure of the shop keeper!
The moldavite now rests on my shrine. I hold it in the palm of my left hand when performing mantra japa, and find that it helps to affirm a sense of openness and expansive consciousness. What better way to fly with the sky dancers in their own natural habitat then to lift off with them into space!
Seeing the Kumari
When I was in Nepal ready to embark for the Everest Circuit Trek my flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airstrip got delayed by one day due to poor visibility on the mountain. I took that day to walk around Kathmandu and in particular explore Durbar Square. Little did I know I was walking right into the festival of Indra Jatra and the Kumari.
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