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In the old stories when the hero needed to see something clearly, needed to strip away illusion and get to the bottom of something she would often ask three questions:
Who are you?
Where do you come from?
What is your name?
These questions are not mere literary devices to make the story move forward. They are the exact same questions that sacred artists have been taught to ask of their dreams, their intuitive flashes, and their liminal experiences. They are questions that allow each experience we encounter, be it a a feather fallen on the ground at our feet, a mysterious figure that showed up in our dreams, or an idea that is presented as the latest and greatest, to reveal itself as what it actually IS, not what we, or someone else, would like it to be, but what it actually is here and now.
Who are you? Let the experience, the idea, the object speak for itself — not what you want or need it to be, not what someone or some book tells you it is — learn from it directly.
Where do you come from? What is the source of this idea, this experience, this teaching? What is the lineage? What ground has it sprung out of and what are the motivations behind it?
What is your name? Older than old wisdom teaches us that to know the true name of a thing is to know the essence, to know the very being.
The process is not easy, not cut and dry, not reducible to a 7 step program or a diagnostic test. It requires descent into shadowy realms and willingness to lift up rocks and see what is living underneath them, a courage to look beyond the appearances and see what is actually there. It requires practice. That is where the miracles happen. That is where the magic begins.
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Seeming, Being, and the Courage to go Deeper ⋆ Briana Saussy.

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