So, I am thinking that semantics are just that… Some antics
I take no issue with channeling, though… wasn’t it a mere 20 years ago when someone would have referred to the same thing as, “My my you’re creative.” Personally, and though I believe in a Muse as the Cosmic Informant from who-knows-where harkening from The Place Of Creation… I still must take responsibility for the things I say. I cannot say, “Oh, I channelled that.” What does that MEAN?!! “I channelled that.” Or, “Did you channel that?” Sure I have NO frickin clue where some ideas come from, though… why not be comfortable with the not-knowing and continue in your creative process? Personally, you gotta own the shit you express, and channelling has NO footnotes. Oh, maybe I like it, then.
Random card pulled for the sake of having an image for this post. Hmmm… not so random, huh? Yep, the cards don’t lie. Though of course I did NOT channel it. I drew it. First., when I literally paint-drew it in 2005, then again in 2009, and it pops up here for this post. The M.O. of the grounded out-of-body experience of the High Priestess does not channel. She knows and not-knows all too well that she is connected. Oh, and yeah, I drew it. No, I did not channel it. The Place of Creation shines on the BITCh work. Butt In The Chair. Butt In The Chair. Sounds a lot more fun than discipline of the ritual… and is no diff. There those Some Antics go again, huh?
Why channel when you can create and make? Personally, it is MUCH more rewarding.
Listening to the cards speak, resonant like an epic movie.
Tarot in the Land of Mystereum. It’s all about discovering your Inner Inheritances.
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