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Reflections Mystery School


Core Agreements

Core Agreements

  • Confidentiality
  • "I" Statements / Own Your Experience
  • Respect Boundaries
  • Self Care
  • Awareness of Time & Space
  • Awareness of Temple

Notes From Earth Ritual

Angela's notes and interpretations disclaimer: please let me know if there are any inaccuracies in these notes or my interpretations of what Katrina said

DECEMBER 3, 2006

Chant for Ritual

“My body is a living temple of love (2x)
O-o-o I am what I am (2x)
My body is the body of the Goddess (2x)”

Singers use a rhythm to keep songs from becoming dirges. We spent some time going over the rhythm of this chant and seeing how the pieces fit together.

Book Study for 2006/2007

Purpose Of The Journal

We are six months into the school year and by now, I hope, you have begun to comprehend the purpose of your journal. You now have in one place, all your dreams, course work, thoughts, pictures and memories. Now we can begin to discover the true power of this magical tool.

Some time over the next week or so, take some time to sit down and read your journal. This is where your hard work will pay off. As you read the pages ask yourself these questions.



  • For Yourself
  • Your Path
  • Your Teachers
  • Your Elders
  • For Other Seekers on the Path

All respect is based on self-respect. You are the one who must respect your path.


The Roles of Teacher, Initiator, Shaman & Priestess

My role as both head of a tradition and school can lead to confusion concerning my roles as a shaman and priestess. So I thought it might be helpful if I listed some general differences between these roles.

Self Identification

Four Sacred ArchetypesFour Sacred Archetypes
Sigils by Katrina / Graphics by Angela

Ivo has convinced me to open up and allow folks to self identify as artists, warriors, healers and stewards. So going forward feel free to use these titles in your self descriptions as warranted.

I am still interested in you finding your own specific take on each of these sacred paths.


Six Vows - Students

Sustainability for students is the adoption of a sustainable life style in whatever manner that makes sense to the individual.

Willingness for students is a call to openness and receptivity. It involves practicing beginners mind and a focus on self-authenticity.

Self Care for students consists of taking care of ones temporal temple, i.e. responsible care and feeding of one’s physical body.

Discipline for students applies to the discipline of keeping one’s commitments. For mystery school students this includes completing assignments and projects on time and in good faith.

Humility for students is a focus on right sizing, awareness of impact and respect. The core teaching concerning respect applies here.

Service for all mystery school students is detailed within the program requirements; i.e. school and temple maintenance plus annual service weekends.

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