If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.
— The Gospel of Thomas



What is unpredictable is nearly always seen as potentially beautiful, except within the context of certain games of chance. We are in the Age of Guarantees. How do we progress to the Age of Intentions and, from there, to the Age of Desires? It is not ours to know the How, it is ours to control the What. If every person is free, we must ask not “How will it all get done?” but “What do I want to see?” There is a kingdom within us—are all of its inhabitants free? Do they work out of necessity or out of love? Do they garden to live or live to garden? This is where Ritual becomes indispensable.


An awareness of Animism. If every object—plant, plate or fire—has a spirit, we handle everything we touch with respect and intentionality. That is all you need to remember when you try this on your own.


  1. If I fall down a hole, I must be an energetic match for the experience of falling down a hole. Now it could be Source waking me up. Or I could have a phobia of falling down holes (see “phobia,” a too-intense attraction), OR I could feel I deserve a comeuppance for too much good fortune, or if I am under the age of 6, falling down a hole is part of the contract I wrote up just before I undertook my most recent incarnation. It’s still my “fault.”

  2. A verbal signal for white light (see “signal,” a visual distillation of what needs to be done) to the Great Tower (or Antennae) which in turn sends an exact amount of assistance in the most plausible form.