What does it mean to be a Sorcerer? Is it possible you are one just like Wayne Dyer but don’t know it?
Are You a Sorcerer or Sorceress?
A Sorcerer is someone who routinely connects with the source of Being. Connecting with “source” is healthy and nourishing for the mind, body, and soul. It’s an integral part of our overall health and wellness.
There are several ways you could learn to be a sorcerer. For instance, a Sorcerer mediates and reaches a state of pure awareness. Meditation is the doorway to freedom of thought.
Many sages promote reaching this state of restful alertness, including Wayne Dyer (1), Joseph Campbell, and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. They all agree meditation is the key to reaching the source of pure consciousness. Many of these sages tell us it is the “Source” of consciousness. And they encourage us to connect with this state every day. Meditation is thus sorcery, the act of connecting to the source of our Being. Could you be a Sorcerer or Sorceress too? Maybe you are?
Why Demonize Our Source?
We automatically associate the term Sorcerer with evil. The dominant cultural narrative is responsible for this association. It’s a way of keeping you away from the “source.” It prevents you from opening essential doorways of awareness. It demonizes the term sorcerer to make it socially unacceptable. It associates the term with someone who uses magic with evil intent.
One of these doorways leads to your spiritual gifts and the spirit world. Another entrance to higher states of consciousness. What they call source is the doorway to freedom of thought. Because of this, the dominant cultural narrative doesn’t want you to discover this “source” or these doorways. It does not want you to be free.
There are four dominant world religious institutions in control of the cultural narrative. They boast a membership that makes up half of the world’s population. These are Abrahamic religions (2), including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These religions are not new. They are the rebranding of the mystery religions of Assyrian, Egyptian, Babylonian, and Persian. The concept of an evil sorcerer or sorceress comes from Assyrian mythology.
Western organized religion demonizes anything that threatens their customer base and control. Demonizing is an old but effective tactic. They use it to protect their customer base. And they will use violence if necessary. Their superstition is absent any self-develop or consciousness exploration methods, so every system with them is a threat.
Could You Be a Sorcerer Like Wayne Dyer?
Our intention is very much a part of this process. Ceremonies are one way to make a connection with “source.” A ritual is a moving meditation that embodies the desired outcome’s emotional and symbolic links. There are several ways to use this energy.
Ritualistic magic channels energy from our source for healing. Seated meditation is another way to connect with pure consciousness, our source. Many people practice Japa or Transcendental Meditation; it’s the most efficient method for connecting with the “Source of being.
There are many kinds of moving meditation. If you practice Tai Chi or Qigong, you are a Sorcerer too. The Shamanic Journey is an ancient practice to connect us with “Source.” The imaginary landscape helps us connect with our ancestor’s energy. When you learn to dance, you learn to be a sorcerer. Dance is one of the main ways many ancient cultures connect with our Source. The martial art Silat is a form of moving meditation, a powerful way to connect with this essence.
Teachers like Wayne Dyer are natural conduits of positive energy. When others learn, the teacher also gains knowledge.
If you are a musician, you can probably relate to the creative magical moments. These Eureka experiences happen when writing a new song, and it just comes out of the ether. Or, when playing with others, when everyone melds into one seamless flow? It is one way we connect naturally with “source.” Hence, this is what makes musicians Sorcerers. Could you be a Sorcerer and not know it?
People like Wayne W. Dyer encourage everyone to be a Sorcerer. He promotes connecting with “source” in his book, “The Power of Intention.” In his book “Getting in the Gap: Making Conscious Contact with God Through Meditation (3)” Mr. Dyer refers to himself as a Sorcerer. He describes a Sorcerer as a person who routinely engages with Source.
“Intent is a force that exists in the universe. When sorcerers (those who live of the Source) beckon intent, it comes to them and sets up the path for attainment, which means that sorcerers always accomplish what they set out to do.
You create your thoughts. Your thoughts create your intentions.
Your intentions create your reality.
In the universe, there is an unmeasurable, indescribable force which sorcerers call intent, and absolutely everything that exists in the entire cosmos is attached to intent by a connecting link.” ― Wayne Dyer
“Source” is much like gravity. It, too, is a powerful unseen force. If our intention is the link, then words give our intent direction. Make it a practice to monitor your words and self-talk.
If you aren’t one already, learn to be a Sorcerer or Sorceress just like Wayne Dyer. Becoming one is good for you and the world. We need more people who are awake. Connect regularly with the source of being. Also, learn about the other ancient spiritual technologies of spiritual exploration. Use them to forge your path. Please, could you be a sorcerer too?
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(1) Wayne W. Dyer, The Power of Intention and Getting in the Gap: Making Conscious
(2) Abrahamic Religions, Wikipedia
(3) Contact with God Through Meditation, Wayne Dyer
(4) Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia