Friday, October 17, 2014

A Month of Witches & Magick- What I Learned About Transmutation Circles Day 17

I had a plan yesterday- sigils. I didn't do it because I got fixated on charkas. And while I was looking for other charka information, I found this:
This is someone's lovely altar and what immediately drew me in were the bowls. They're rag bowls which are made by wrapping strips of fabric around rope, then coiling the rope into a bowl shape. I love that it's fiber craft, I love the colors, I love the stones (assuming they are meant to balance each charka), I love the long table, I love the little trees, the big window, and the Buddha. And I think I see the edge of a rug. That's cool too.

This got me thinking about circles in general. I really like to see circles used in arts and crafts.
Look, sacred geometry in a dream catcher.

I think what really makes us Witches is first noticing patterns around us, even in the ordinary things. A person who can see this is awakened. That person becomes a Witch when they start making patterns with the ordinary.

1 comment:

Jeanne said...

Ooohhh... The altar with the chakra bowls is so pretty. I used to make thosetypes of bowls. Many moons ago. They were fun and easy to make.
I agree with your thoughts. A person who can see shapes and faces in the ordinary is definitely tapping into a higher plane.