Saturday, June 15, 2013

The Magic of Water

We often talk about using water in different ceremonies; therefore, we are sharing the following article for some more info :) 

The Magic of Water

Water has been a place of magic for centuries. It is the place where folklore speaks of fantastic creatures and beings. There are Water Sprites and Mermaids, Spirits of Pools and Waterfalls, even River Gods. Sacred springs were the homes of Goddesses while the oceans were populated by a powerful deity carrying a trident whose anger stirred up storms, tidal waves and sank ships. Zeus and Thor were renowned and revered for their thunder, lightning and rain. Even Jesus created magic by parting and walking on water. Water has always been seen as containing much more than minnows and sharks.
Bards and grandmothers alike spoke of rivers that took boaters into the Faerie Realm or rain puddles that offered windows into faery homes and other worlds. Ships crews were warned through legends that they might actually fall off the earth-an obvious reference to the faery legends.
Even today, religions have created a traditional image of crossing the river when a person dies. This too is based on legends of the past- of trips down rivers to the Underworld, ofCrossing the River Styx. Here, again, a person travels into another realm, be it the Underworld, or Heaven. Even the ritual bathing of the dead uses water to clear the soul of lower level vibrations and help it move to other realms.
While we know ancient burial sites often contained vessels that apparently held seeds and water. It's possible they were more symbolic than practical. Archeologists claim that burial jars were to feed the dead on the other side. Instead, perhaps they were symbols of reincarnation-the seeds of new life and water to help the soul recreate itself in human form; the magic of life renewal.
Celtic Goddesses Danu, Cerridwen and Morgan Le Fey were not only associated with intuition, magic, prophecy, faeries, healing and magic, but each had symbols associated with water. Danu was associated with all symbols of water; Cerridwen with the cauldron, a vessel where things were created by magic and Morgan Le Fey by a hand extending a sword out of the water. The Ace of Swords in Tarot is reminiscent of Morgan's symbol and it too represents creation.
Water has always been considered the creative element of life-the magic of life. Babies are born with a gush of water and religions use water for rebirth-a ritual form of magic. Folklore from around the world tells of life springing forth from primordial waters. Crops are born of water as are the finned creatures we eat.
The power of water to conduct energy was known long before we learned not to stand in a pool of water and plug in the fan. Seers of the past knew it could increase the power of spiritual energy and help channel wisdom and spiritual insights. That is one of the major reasons they used water in different ways to divine and to be connected to the Divine. It is also the reason natural ponds, springs and pools were considered open doorways and windows into other realms- magical places to be utilized to connect to the Divine and to create.
Water amplifies psychic abilities. It helps move the mind into altered states of consciousness where the creative mind then begins the creative process and manifests our desires. Scientists may believe water to be hydrogen and oxygen (H2O), but to the Seers of old, it was High Octane for creating magic.
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Friday, June 14, 2013

Stop Right Now!! What is it about your lover?

Take a moment right now to stop and think of something wonderful about your lover.  It can be something physical or maybe it is something he/she has done for you lately or maybe something he/she has done for someone else.

Now, that you have thought of this - make sure you let your sweetheart know how much this means to you!

Rob & Janelle Alex, Co-Founders of Sexy Challenges
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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

~Sex Is The Life Force~

We talked about how sexual energy is the life force.  Yes, making love can create babies, but there is so much more to it than that.  That is far from the only life and creativity that can occur by making love. Listen in as we talk about the big bang, the valley orgasm, and changing the world by making love to your sweetheart.

Honoring you, Rob and Janelle of Sexy Challenges
Get busy. Get spiritual. Laugh your ass off!

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Sexually Charged Money! Charge Yours, Too!

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Want to attract more money into your life in a beautiful, sexy and exciting way? We share four different ways for you to do just that in this challenge. You can sexually charge your money and get it to work for you by sharing beautiful lovemaking with your sweetheart. It will attract more money to you and work more powerfully for you. Others will wonder how you do it. Money and opportunities will continually begin showing up for you and your lover.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Don't YELL At Me (Ways We Communicate w/Lover - 1 of 8)

(Above = Ummm....probably not the best way to communicate!)

Part 1 of 8

There are numerous ways we can communicate with our partners.  You may not have considered some of the ones we will share over the next few weeks.  We do not all communicate the same; therefore we should not expect our partner to communicate in a specific way.  We need to learn how he/she communicates best and work with that.  At the same time, it is important for both partners to make an effort to meet in the middle.  Communication and adjusting our way of communicating should not be one-sided.  It takes both of us wanting to communicate to truly re-open and/or keep those lines open. 

Below I am going to touch briefly on eight different types of communication.  Consider how many of these you incorporate into your relationship.  If they aren’t there, could you pay more attention to them and increase them?  Changing just one aspect of your relationship ultimately changes the entire relationship.  This means that one by one you can transform your relationship.  All communication can build trust and a deeper bond in your relationship, but I believe that a good combination of the different types is very important for both of you and for your relationship as a whole. 

 Talking – Talking is the most obvious way we communicate with each other and perhaps, may be the only way some consider when discussing communication.  Yet, there are far more ways that we communicate with each other than just talking.  Talking is not easy for everyone to do and we need to take that into account when considering how best to communicate with our partners.  Does your partner interrupt you when you are talking?  Do you change the subject and cut-off your partner?  Do you feel that your partner really listens when you talk?  Another factor to take into consideration is that the meaning of words can vary even for two people who are very close.  

Janelle Alex, Ph.D. Copyright 2011
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