There are many ways to witness the Creation. To look at the great and Divine play that makes up our many Stories and to present the wisdoms that move us along those sacred threads. Very often, this takes the form of tales told about characters in imagined places, facing the classic trials and triumphs of their heroic journey in a World of manufactured archetypes.
In the Mythica, we’re doing something different. Instead of creating Stories in imaginal Worlds as a method of illuminating our sacred human journey, we are doing the inverse – witnessing our unfoldment through the avatars that we are in the Great Story.
In the context of the Mythica, we are presenting the idea that all of our Stories are part of a much larger and Divine unfoldment, the shifting of the old paradigm of consciousness into a new and more exalted version of itself, where we are gaining ever-more access to the abundance and grace that is the true golden imprint beneath the shifting faces we wear on that World stage.
To facilitate this teaching in a beautiful way, we are presenting the concept of the Akasha, the fifth element of space in which all tales unfold, and phrasing our individual and collective characters as avatars within that great stage, the theatre of the Akasha in which we are appreciating both the characters we play and the larger framework in which our Stories unfold.
Here, we are gradually coming to recognize that we are the basis for our own myths and legends, existing at a certain octave of our own embodiment, playing our sacred parts in a much larger Story told in the theatre of the Akasha.
Here, we shift the altitude of our vantage, seeing the play of our Stories, the dualism of our alchemies and the many roles we embody as part and parcel of the shared unfoldment, seeing our lives from that larger perspective, as both the witness and the witnessed.
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