Cara E. Moore, BSYA (Crys.) (Herb.)
FMANF, Yoga Teaching (Hatha Yoga)
Copyright © 2014 Cara E. Moore
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This journal is dedicated to the Keepers of Karma, the Dragons who work with mankind and share their wisdom and magic for those who seek them.
1 Dragon Mentors
2 Earth Dragons (Spring)
3 Fire Dragons (Summer)
4 Water Dragons (Fall)
5 Air/Metal Dragons (Winter) 48-73
About the Author
I would like to acknowledge the British School of Yoga New Age Foundation training as a Fellow of the Mantic Arts and all the magical stories told about Dragons and beautiful artwork that exists.
1 DRAGON MENTORS
Dragons are the keepers of Karma and are accomplished magicians and make excellent mentors. To start working with dragons in magical work it is best to set up a dragon shrine to alert them to your intentions. A shrine is as place of honour and can be more cluttered than an altar. It is a place we give the Dragon respect and give thanks for their existence in our lives.
Put Basil, Frankincense on your shrine, a candle, amber and carnelian crystals and a picture or figurine of dragon and light a candle each day to honour the Dragons.
To call dragons use this incantation:
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“I call upon all ye in the Land of Dragon and I welcome the Ancient Wise Ones into my life and my home. I send my
love and my respect and ask for the protection of a Dragon Lord Guardian. I am (state name) and I bid the dragons welcome. Blessed Be.”
To help get in touch with your Dragon Mentor, guided
visualizations are helpful. I recommend, “Here be Dragons” by Midnight of Cardiff.
Watching films such as Dragonheart or read myths and legends and stories about dragons help to set the background for
working with dragons. A dragon hour can be set aside for this practice.
Draco Constellation mentioned in Dragonheart Film starring Sean Connery.
When you want to start working with Dragons magically, a
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