New Year, New You: Begin at the Beginning 2

Deb’s prompt.  My initial thoughts.

The apartment is cleaner now.  Almost all my laundry is done, and the dishes finally done.  If they weren’t, the paper never would have been written.  Yes, this counts as magic; it was done mindfully, with the intent of clearing my mind.  I also smudged everything thoroughly with white sage.

My Yesod altar has been disassembled.  I think I’ve wallowed in the Moon enough for now.  I almost wonder if some of my … issues over the last weeks might relate to leaving it up too long.  I had originally planned to move on to Hod long before finals week.

Due to some unexpected car trouble, in addition to my struggles producing my final paper, I am returning to Kansas City tomorrow morning instead of this morning.  Tonight I will make a Mercury talisman (I should have done it yesterday) and tomorrow morning before I go, I will add some Mercury power to my existing car-protection ward.

When I return from break, I will probably set up my Hod alter.  I will absolutely have a plan for how I will balance continuing my ceremonial experiment with better maintaining my previously established practice, and balancing those with school.  This will require much meditation.

Lessons for next year: never start finals week with the house a disaster. It’s almost as hard to research in a messy temple as it is to worship or work. Also, try not to let your car break down at the same time, because that just pushes the stress over the top.


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2 responses to “New Year, New You: Begin at the Beginning 2

  1. I used to live in Overland Park, KS briefly and one of my closest friends still lives out there and I visit her occasionally 🙂

    It is a messy time of year unfortunately. Spare Oom/Work Room is over run with boxes right now and my house is not the cleanest currently. But luckily that can be fixed tomorrow before we decorate. 🙂

    Cars have a nasty habit of breaking down at the worst time. Maybe a small Ganesha? They make Him for the car and traditionally His butt faces you and His face faces out. 🙂

  2. Up in the OP, huh? Perhaps you have even seen me in the mall, then, or at least the kiosk where I was working the last couple years (and seem to be continuing to work between semesters).

    Thank you for the Ganesha suggestion. I will add him to my dashboard at the same time I install my new Wards in the car.

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