ARE AN ANCIENT ESOTERIC TRADITION
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person who practices Hatha Yoga, usually ends a set of asanas or positions,
with shavasana. Similarly, it is good for the Rune Magician to remain
in this position for a while after Rune practice, after the grounding
of the surplus Rune energies. SIE naturally follows on IS. This very simple,
yet important Rune position causes peace, quietness, and the dissolving
of tensions in the body. It is a help in resolving internal conflicts,
in activating energies received, and in spiritual insight and illumination.
Full breathing of this sort is the basis of all existing systems of healthful breathing. If you have a small child or baby that you can observe, just watch how the abdomen moves with every breath. Adult tensions and bad body habits tend to make for shallow breathing. The baby breathes naturally.
You should practice this natural way of breathing in the position of SIE.
Begin with the complete exhalation, and wait until the urge to inhale comes naturally. Then follow some definite rhythm of breathing. Some are listed below. Be sure to breathe gently and do not strain. Gentle stimuli strengthen the life force, stronger stimuli block it, and very strong stimuli can destroy it. The more gentle you are in this training, the faster the results.
Rhythms to practice
You may dynamize your in-breath by imagining that you are inhaling Odic energies, or specific Rune energies.
The next preparation is to transform your body into a large vibratory
field of Rune sounds. Use only a good 'speak up front' voice, to achieve
good resonance. Your voice should not seem to come from the throat, palate,
or nose, or be squeezed out. Vowels should be formed up front. Practice
M, N, and NG, alone and with vowels. This will increase your feeling for
the sounds, and your capacity to make various parts of your body resonate
with the sound, an essential part of Rune practice.
When you are familiar with the practices 1 through 7, then you are ready for more involved practice. If you are already a Home Study Student, then you are not likely to have much trouble. The natural question that arises after mastering the initial practices to some extent is. In what sequence should I practice the Runes?
This question is to be answered individually. Your Rune energy cycles are an important factor to be considered, as well as your personal Runes. If during your previous practices you found one specific Rune to which you feel strong links, then you may begin every practice with this Rune. You may also practice in the FUTHORK sequence. When you become advanced enough to tune in to what the Runes are telling you then you will intuitively know which is the best sequence for you at any given time» and for what purpose any sequence is best used.
The hints that follow are mainly addressed to the Home Study Student though they can be read with profit by any interested person.
you begin, clean your body, and wash off symbolically speaking, all impurities.
Purify your Aura, using the instructions in the HAGAL lesson, and rub
your body with good oil. The oil may contain herbs that are in accordance
with the goals of your intent. Tune consciously into the vibrations of
your own Rune Realms, and connect
Never forget to ground surplus energy at the end of every ceremonials rituals or other Rune practice. When grounding, visualize IS, and form IS in grounding position, visualizing all surplus energies flowing into the ground. You may also sing the Rune, beginning at the highest pitch you can reach, and gradually lowering it as you picture the energies flowing into the ground.
This practice prevents you from being overcharged after the ceremonial. When practicing with a group, the group as a whole must perform the grounding.
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