Are you a Sorcerer and just don’t know it?
A Sorcerer is simply someone who connects with the “source” of thought. That is someone who meditates and connects with pure awareness. This is the doorway to freedom of thought. Because of this, the dominant culture doesn’t want you to know this.
Why do we Associate a Sorcerer with Evil?
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.” This keeps you from opening important doorways of awareness. One of these doorways leads to your spiritual gifts. Another the doorway to higher states of consciousness. Consequently, “source” is the doorway to freedom of thought. Because of this, many dominant cultural narratives don’t want you to discover this “source” or these doorways.
For that reason, the dominant religious institutions in control of the cultural narrative. They demonize people or processes which undermine their control. This is an old but effective tactic. It’s as old the ancient religions of Egyptian, Babylonian, and Persian from which it derives. In fact, these paradigms did not dissolve into ancient history. Their doctrines are the bedrock of the Abrahamic religions (The Western Organized Religions of Semitic origin, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam).
Our recommendation is to question the cultural narrative. In reality, being a Sorcerer is a good thing. It’s only natural to connect with the source of our Being.
What Makes You a Sorcerer
A Sorcerer is someone who routinely connects with the source of Being. Rather than something evil, this is good. Connecting with “source” is healthy and nourishing for the mind, body, and soul. It’s an important part of our overall health and wellness. There are a number of ways in which we connect with “source”. Our intention is very much a part of this process.
Ceremonies are one way to make a connection with “source”. A ceremony is a type of moving meditation that embodies the emotional and symbolic links of the desired outcome. The aim of your practice could simply be to channel the flow of energy in the body or to heal. Seated meditation is another way to connect with pure consciousness which is our source. Many people practice Japa or Transcendental Meditation which enables them to connect with the source of being on a regular basis.
Have you thought of your self as a Sorcerer when you practice Qigong or Tai Chi? Or is this just semantics? Dance is a way many ancient cultures have promoted the connection with “source.” If you are a musician you can probably relate to the magical moments. This can happen when writing a new song, it just comes out of the ether. Or, when playing with others when everyone melds into one seamless flow? This is how we connect with “source”. Hence, this is what makes us a Sorcerer.
Dr. Dyer the Sorcerer of Intent
Wayne W. Dyer also talks about becoming a Sorcerer. He promotes the process of actively making a connection with “source”. This is the main point of his book, “The Power of Intention.” Similarly, in his book “Getting in the Gap: Making Conscious Contact with God Through Meditation” (Book with CD) Mr. Dyer refers to himself a Sorcerer; a person actively engaging 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.”
― Wayne W. Dyer
“You create your thoughts. Your thoughts create your intentions
Your intentions create your reality.”
― Wayne Dyer
“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 W. Dyer
Above all, become a Sorcerer. Connect regularly with the source of being. Learn about and use the ancient spiritual technologies of spiritual exploration to forge your own path. Namaste. Blessed Be.
If this article resonates, there are more on our blog. Also, you may be interested in learning about our blended learning process. This is our curriculum which we use to teach several mind-expanding tools. It also aligns the Hero’s Journey. This is the term Joseph Campbell gave the pattern of consciousness development. Our learning process is available in two forms. You can take part in the virtual learning module or in our workshops.
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