May 31, 2008
Last time, we spoke of Indiana Jones, the fictional hero
archaeologist and how he relates to your own spiritual
journey. All that having been said, how about going on your
own exploration? The fact that you're not Indiana Jones or a
Schliemann (in real life) doesn't have to hold you back.
Neither does the thought that your travel opportunities might be
First off, it needs to be understood that a lot goes on before any archaeologist gives any thought to packing any bags. It's always a good idea, after all, to have some idea of where you are going and what you might be looking for.
And what are you looking for? I know what quests I've been on, and I also know the quest I've been on for the last two years. Or has it actually been most of my life? No, in the last two years, I've explored something that has been a major part of most of my life.
You might be surprised at the tools available to you. And you might be surprised at what you find.
If you are Pagan, Wiccan or Gnostic, you have the opportunity to re-discover what our spiritual ancestors knew. And if you aren't, you can still find what's at the root of things. And never lose sight of the fact that you might be dealing with something that took your ancestor many years to learn how to deal with. And yes, common sense is a good tool, too!
There is much waiting to be found!