Includes: Electronic Textbook and Workbook, Video Clips, and Audio Files
The air element governs our mental abilities of thinking and planning, as well as communication, seeing and breathing. The Air Element Course consists of 3 classes which teach you to work directly with the air element to transform these areas in your life, and heal yourself and others. Techniques taught in these three sections include:
- Introduction to Magic
- Rules of the Road – laws that govern ethical magical practice
- Charging the sun candle – for creating a sacred space
- Air characteristics and correspondences – for understanding the properties of air
- Building air boxes – for directly handling air energies
- Sending air message boxes – for psychic communication
- Adjusting your air balances – for healing and greater concentration, focus and clarity
Introduction to Magic
Rules of the Road – laws that govern ethical magical practice
Charging the sun candle – for creating a sacred space
Air characteristics and correspondences – for understanding the properties of air
Building air boxes – for directly handling air energies
Sending air message boxes – for psychic communication
Adjusting your air balances – for healing and greater concentration, focus and clarity
Suggested Pre-Requisites: None
The Beginning of Manifestation
One of the basic principles that any apprentice magician or shaman learns is that almost everything in this Universe is made up of some combination of the four magical elements: Air, Fire, Water and Earth. The premise is that if you can understand the four elements directly, then you can understand anything in the Universe.
The apprentice also learns that everything that is physical and manifest started out as a mere thought in someone’s mind-or, in this case, as the element Air. Air is at the beginning of all creation, so if you want to create anything, you have to start with Air. Air is associated with the East and also with elemental beings called sylphs.
The element Air governs:
Seeing, breathing, speaking, hearing, planning, thinking, believing, memorizing, communicating, learning, teaching, information, ideas, wisdom, understanding, worry, sensation, awareness, opinions, data, memory, mind.
What does this mean to you? It means that if you want to affect any of these areas in your life, you need to work with the element Air. Air is the perfect place for a beginning magician to start learning. As an element, Air is powerful, but not dangerous. There are three colors associated with Air:
Clear: breathing, physical reactions, physical sensations, seeing
White: mental processes, thinking, planning, communicating
Sky Blue: spiritual enlightenment, wisdom, understanding
So how can you use Air to affect and improve your daily life? Here’s a simple way to begin. Through experience and observation, we know that the color White affects the mental processes. If you have either too little or too much White in your elemental balance, you won’t be able to think, learn or recall well. If you have difficulty in any of these areas (or if you really need to cram for a test and can’t seem to study), check how much White is in your environment and in your clothing. If you see a lot of White, change your clothes or change your location. Move to an area with more Sky Blue or even Sun Yellow. If you are surrounded by very little White, put on some White clothes or move into a room that has White walls. Either way, you should notice a shift in the speed and clarity of your mental processes!
More About Sylphs
While it’s true that almost everything in this Universe is made up of the four elements, elemental beings such as sylphs are the exception. Elemental beings are wholly composed of a single element, so sylphs are wholly composed of Air. Sylphs are friendly beings, about 3 to 18 inches long that are twisty in shape. They love to play in cigarette smoke or in dust devils. You might sometimes feel a sylph as a light brush against your face. They are fun to be around and also make excellent messengers and sources of information. When we were traveling through Yellowstone during the fires, we used sylphs to help us find safe routes through the park.
To communicate with sylphs, just ask for one silently, in your mind. Sylphs have short attention spans so it’s best to communicate with your mind because the spoken word is too slow. Ask for what you need and then send them on their way (always thanking them in advance, of course). Don’t be surprised when the sylph returns in short order with the answer you need!