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Archive for December, 2016

Have you checked out CMP’s monthly newsletter? This month features a Wassail recipe, First Quarter Moon scrying and a recorded pathworking- The Journey of the Shadow. Enjoy!

Musings From the Mystic Path

Vol. 1 – Issue 8

Musings From the Mystic Path
The Month of December
The Light Returns and the Fires Awaken

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December is the month of the Solstices; Winter, in the Northern Hemisphere and Summer in the Southern. For those of you in colder climates, we have a Wassail Recipe that is sure to warm and soothe in the frosty weather. Typically, it is a time of acknowledging that balance and harmony are not always about equanimity. In order to thrive, each must be given its time of power. The quotes selected this month are a mix of selections from various writers with a theme of light and “whole”ness as we find the space of balance within ourselves.

This month we have the second installment of our new column, Tesseract, written by Iolanthe. The focus is on the First Quarter Moon of December and scrying our way towards new beginnings.  Seekers…

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