October 2, 2013
Dear Cherished Family,
My journey to the Languedoc region has confirmed so many things that I have seen in my inner world for decades. When I was younger, in my twenties and thirties, the pursuit of Spirituality was very difficult for me. I just couldn’t pass through to the other side. I tried Christianity, Buddhism and other esoteric teachings.
One day, Mary Magdalene came to visit me in my meditation. I will share more about that at another time. I have come to realize that there is another way to transformation other than what I call the Way of the Christ which requires “pure faith” and in some ways a blind faith.
The Way of the Magdalene allows us to take our “body” with us, including our personality and the polarities that exist. We can take the up-down, good-bad, right-wrong of our personalities and transmute the lead into gold with ease and grace through the attributes of the Divine Feminine.
Some esoteric practices encourage long periods of meditation to experience the shifts in perception we seek. The Magdalene introduces us to signs, symbols and synchronicities in order to experience transformation. The inherent aspect of Feminine Intelligence uses attunement and resonance to incorporate these signs, symbols and synchronicites to shift our perception and to heal distortions in our psyche.
Another important element is the use of landscape. This awareness began during my pilgrimage to the Scottish Highlands. I became aware that the landscape was witness to and held the human narrative. It is possible to open to the story held in the landscape. This awakens a cellular memory within us and we can heal aspects of our “history”, “lineage” and the “collective story”. As we heal, we return energy to the earth; and the landscape can release some of the toxic energy that it has accumulated by holding these distorted stories. We become human acupunture needles and have the ability to heal deep wounds and the planet.
Thank you for being the first to hear my awareness.
To you sovereignty, I remain,
Alison “Alie” McLean