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Sacred Spaces and the Magician

personperson Don't believe everything you thinkthe void Veteran
edited September 23 in Philosophy

The importance of sacred spaces and the archetype of the magicians who uphold and maintain them.

The modern world has its own sort of sacredness and magicians in the external world of technology but is more and more devoid of them in the inner, spiritual, psychological world and lacks a center.

Like Stories Of Old is quickly becoming one of my favorite YouTubers.

KeromeadamcrossleyJeffrey

Comments

  • KeromeKerome Love, love is mystery The Continent Veteran

    Beautiful video, very well made.

    I feel that a lot of the lack of sacred space has to do with how we share our living space together, and the fact that the idea of the tribe has gotten such a different expression in the modern age. There is no longer a group of three or four extended families in which you belong, a shaman, elders. Instead people belong to a group of thousands of fans of a musical band.

    personadamcrossley
  • lobsterlobster Veteran Veteran

    One of the attributes and meanings of Tantrika is 'magician' or 'mage seen'.

    In that sense 'The Guru' or Buddha Ideal is used as a spirit guide we consult in practice or in internal dialogue.

    What would The Buddha/Guru guide/Magi advise?

    https://buddhasadvice.wordpress.com/

    Wizard!

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