Dragons and sauna

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Dragons and sauna

Postby Aurum » Mon May 02, 2016 9:08 pm

I'm Finnish, and one thing we Finns like to so is going to sauna. Luckily for me I have a chance to go to sauna several times a week and I usually do, it's one of those little luxuries that makes life very enjoyable.

Today as I was relaxing in the sauna I paid closer attention to all the reflections I could see, there are wet surfaces around so light gives all kinds of interesting reflections to the walls. I noticed that all the reflections I could see reminded me of dragons, and even a splash of water on the bench looked like a dragon to me. It seems most of my dragon companions were enjoying the relaxing experience with me. Of course it makes sense that they might like it, the warmth and the fire from the wood burning sauna stove. It's nice to share these things with my spirit family and they are always welcome to accompany me whatever I do.



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Re: Dragons and sauna

Postby Satan's Hellcat » Mon May 02, 2016 10:01 pm

Aurum wrote:I'm Finnish, and one thing we Finns like to so is going to sauna. Luckily for me I have a chance to go to sauna several times a week and I usually do, it's one of those little luxuries that makes life very enjoyable.

Today as I was relaxing in the sauna I paid closer attention to all the reflections I could see, there are wet surfaces around so light gives all kinds of interesting reflections to the walls. I noticed that all the reflections I could see reminded me of dragons, and even a splash of water on the bench looked like a dragon to me. It seems most of my dragon companions were enjoying the relaxing experience with me. Of course it makes sense that they might like it, the warmth and the fire from the wood burning sauna stove. It's nice to share these things with my spirit family and they are always welcome to accompany me whatever I do.


That is a great idea! My fire dragon really would love a sauna! Maybe all of them. 1ey


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Re: Dragons and sauna

Postby Noctua » Mon May 02, 2016 11:00 pm

You really live a charmed life, I read the line about how you get to sauna several times a week (!!!) and stopped to take a breath. Haha! That is great, it must be a great way to relax and tap into those spiritual energies so I'm not surprised you could feel and see your dragons here even for that reason alone. It does seem like something a dragon would truly enjoy 2hp


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Re: Dragons and sauna

Postby Aurum » Fri May 06, 2016 10:56 am

Noctifera wrote:You really live a charmed life, I read the line about how you get to sauna several times a week (!!!) and stopped to take a breath. Haha! That is great, it must be a great way to relax and tap into those spiritual energies so I'm not surprised you could feel and see your dragons here even for that reason alone. It does seem like something a dragon would truly enjoy 2hp


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I really haven't taken full advantage of sauna in my spiritual practice. It's almost like the veil is thinner there and in the olden days it was considered a sacred place. It seems that now that I have acknowledged that the sauna can serve as a place of communication and spiritual interaction, I seem to get more and more signs of spiritual energies. Yesterday I saw a clear reflection of a wolf's head, which I take as a sign for me to invite a Tildercran to the family, as there have been other signs as well.



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Re: Dragons and sauna

Postby Satan's Hellcat » Fri May 06, 2016 11:44 am

I must say that I usually meditate in the sauna, and when it was empty I would chant and say mantras. Uhm. So what is a Tildercran? *curious*


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Re: Dragons and sauna

Postby Aurum » Fri May 06, 2016 5:26 pm

SikruaSuncat wrote:I must say that I usually meditate in the sauna, and when it was empty I would chant and say mantras. Uhm. So what is a Tildercran? *curious*


I like the idea of mantras, must try that sometime.
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Re: Dragons and sauna

Postby Aurum » Tue Dec 26, 2017 9:15 pm

I think this could be used as a divination method. Today, as I was in sauna I saw the refections of water on the wall and I could see a face of a badger, a lage hound and a deer of some kind. A little later I could see an image of a old woman's face which reminded me immediately of Baba Yaga.
I looked at the badger symbolism and it seems to fit me wery well right now, as does the deer.




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