Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Uh Oh

Last week, before the New Moon, I finished the work on the Mars Tincture. And, as with each previous step, I was shown just how individual and how specific to the energy each tincture is. These salt crystals were pointed, needle like and a pale, nearly tawny yellow color. Most surprisingly, though, there was no scraping needed. Completely dry, the crystals just released and swept into the bottle of liquid. Yesterday (Tuesday) at the afternoon Mars hour, I tried the tincture for the first time.

We have a divide in our society, between the puritanical, which believes that if something is appealing, then it must be evil and a lure toward continued evil; and the liberal, which, at the very least does not find evil in enjoyment. This is the juncture at which I sit with this tincture.

This was the first tincture that didn't taste "interesting." This one tasted wonderful! It made me feel wonderful, happy, energetic, powerful, productive. The rest of the day was just a really good day. This morning, I found myself thinking, maybe I would take some more today, during today's Mars hour, even though up to this point I had been using the tinctures only on their specified days. None of the others had the appeal of this one. Do I crave it because I so need these martial energies for balance? Or because that energetic, powerful, productive thrust is the lure, the first step towards-what exactly is the potential danger?

(There are times when cravings and tastes for something unusual demonstrate a true need. Has Gatorade ever tasted as good as when you are dehydrated and hungover? But sometimes, cravings can just be an excuse.)

Hence, the Uh Oh.

I see a need for divinations.


The Scribbler said...

I had to laugh when I read the sentence "The rest of the day was just a really good day." I imagined you with your arms stretched wide, fingers splayed, your eyes bugging out in a Jim Carrey sort of way, and you almost screaming manically: JUST A REALLY GOOD DAY!

The old philosophical question: can there be too much of a good thing?

Dang! You better store that stuff in a really safe place!

Lavanah said...

LOL! I haven't seen Jim Carrey in anything since the Wayans tv show, but I can imagine the image.

I could go Mae West on you and posit that too much of a good thing is wonderful.

Instead, I think I will do a divination. I will keep it to one, that way there will be no question of fudging if I don't like the result of the divining.

I am wondering though, if this mixture would have the same effect on someone else-good thing I have a husband willing to be my lab subject!