Duration : 6 Months (24 Classes)
Course Description: This course delves deep into the art of scrying, an ancient divination technique that involves gazing into reflective surfaces to gain insight and guidance. Students will explore various scrying methods, their historical contexts, and modern applications. Through hands-on exercises, discussions, and research, participants will develop a comprehensive understanding of scrying, its symbolism, and its role in personal and spiritual growth.
Understand the History and Cultural Significance of Scrying:
- Explore the origins of scrying across different cultures.
- Analyze the historical and cultural contexts that shaped scrying practices.
Learn Scrying Tools and Techniques:
- Study traditional tools like crystal balls, mirrors, water, and fire.
- Experiment with contemporary scrying methods such as candle gazing and inkblot scrying.
- Understand the importance of setting up the scrying environment and creating a focused mindset.
Develop Intuition and Visualization Skills:
- Practice visualization exercises to enhance intuitive abilities.
- Explore techniques for quieting the mind and increasing focus during scrying sessions.
Interpret Symbolism and Meaning:
- Learn to decipher symbols, shapes, and images observed during scrying.
- Understand the role of personal intuition in interpreting scrying visions.
Ethical Considerations and Responsible Practice:
- Discuss the ethical implications of scrying and its potential impact on decision-making.
- Explore the responsibilities of a scryer in providing guidance to oneself and others.
Incorporate Scrying into Personal and Spiritual Practices:
- Explore how scrying can complement meditation, journaling, and ritual work.
- Develop a personalized scrying routine that aligns with individual spiritual goals.
Case Studies and Guest Speakers:
- Analyze real-world examples of scrying sessions and their outcomes.
- Invite experienced practitioners to share insights, experiences, and tips.
- Choose a specific scrying method, historical context, or cultural perspective to research and present.
- Apply critical thinking and academic research skills to deepen understanding.
- Participation in class discussions and activities.
- Completion of hands-on scrying exercises.
Regular journal entries documenting personal scrying experiences and insights.
Presentation of the research project.