Spheres Of Light

Scrying Weekend

Here is the breakdown in costs and the schedule for the Scrying Weekend:

Cost for Fri - Sun including meals and accommodation - $120
Cost for Fri - Sat including meals - $ 95
Cost for Saturday only including meals -$ 80

Friday 27th Nov

6.00 - 7.00pm Arrival
8.00pm Introductions
8.30 - 10.00pm Full Moon Ritual
10.00 - 11.00pm Supper

Saturday 28th Nov

5.30am Dawn ritual
6.00 am Scrying in the pond
8.00am Breakfast
9.30am Introduction/history
10.00am Types of scrying/Tools
10.30am Set up/elemental/ guides
11.00am Morning Tea
11.30 am Meditation
12.00pm Scrying bowl
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Scrying Mirror/crystal ball
3.30pm Afternoon tea
4.00pm Free time
6.00pm Dinner
7.00pm Sensing the Elementals
7.45pm Sunset Ritual
8.15pm Mirror/crystal ball scrying by candle light
9.15pm Scrying under the moon
10.15pm Supper & drinks

Sunday 29th November

8.00am Breakfast
9.00am Free time
10.00am Scrying session
11.30am Review and questions
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm healing session - optional
2.00pm clean up/pack up
3.00pm finish

Sacred Space prepared for Full Moon Ritual on Friday night

(4) Photos by Rayvensclaw & Amethyst...

Scrying Workshop - Saturday morning

(9) Photos by Jenwytch...

Examples of a scrying mirror and 2 scrying bowls.

(5) Photos by Rayvensclaw & Amethyst...

Collecting pond water for use in scrying bowls - Saturday afternoon

Scrying in the pond on Saturday night

(6) Photos by Janine Donnellan

Seeing elementals... The shiny flecks of light you see in the water are the undines.

The Magic of Undines - A Personal Encounter
(From Axis Mundi Vol 2 Issue 10, December 2009)

Sunset is a magical time to connect to elemental and nature spirits. On the Saturday afternoon of the scrying weekend, I ventured down to the pond with my camera. In that mystical between time I gazed into the glassy surface of the water and perceived the reflection of the moon. I could also see small golden balls of light within the water that I immediately assumed were the reflections of the stars. When I looked to the skies I realized the stars were absent from view. Peering through the viewfinder of the camera I could see the golden balls of light moving under the surface of the water, I then had that excited moment of realization that what I was looking at were actually undines of the elemental kingdom. The term Undine comes from the Latin root unda, which means "wave." Etheric in nature, they exist within the water itself and this is why they rarely can be seen with the normal physical vision. As they are entities united with water, Undines are also governed by the Moon and are associated with the directional domain of the West. The undines work with the vital essences and liquids of plants, animals, and human beings. The ruler of the undines is called Necksa.


(2) Photos by Jenwytch...

The waxing gibbous moon in the sky.

The moon reflected in the pond.

(3) Photos by Rayvensclaw & Amethyst...

Sunday Morning Scrying

(1) Photo by Janine Donnellan...

Tiggles thinks scrying is thirsty work.

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Spheres Of Light (SOL) is an Australian Pagan group (eg. Witches, Wiccans, Heathens, Shamans, Magicians, Occultists etc) meeting in the Sutherland Shire,
Southern Sydney, the Illawarra & surrounding regions of NSW. SOL conducts Full Moon & Dark Moon circles, workshops, classes, meditations & healing circles,
with a strong emphasis on modern shamanic practices & eclectic witchcraft.

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