"As a Spiritual Warrior you need to get this very clear. "If I am with the all, then I am not in tension or in need. I know I am with all things. I do not feel lack or pressure. I am poised. I am silent, peaceful. I can deal with any form that comes my way and let it go. I am not bound to anything."
This is correct imagination."
May you image-in your success and joy.
Peace in Ukraine, Russia, Iran and the whole world.
Peace be still...
Art by Frederick Bligh Bond
About Glastonbury Abbey. -
Within the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey King Arthur and his wife, Guinevere, are said to be laid to rest. The theory is that in the year 1191, monks at the abbey discovered a hollow log, containing two bodies with an inscription suggesting they were that of Arthur and his queen.
The abbey was suppressed during the Dissolution of the Monasteries under King Henry VIII of England. The last abbot, Richard Whiting (Whyting), was hanged, drawn and quartered as a traitor on Glastonbury Tor in 1539.
At the beginning of the twentieth century the Abbey ruins were put up for auction and passed into the hands of the Church of England. In 1908 a Bristol architect named Frederick Bligh Bond was placed in charge of archaeological excavations there. He quickly achieved notable results. A chapel mentioned in records but physically lost was located. Further good work followed. Boosted by his success, Bond revealed his unorthodox methodology. Automatic writing was used to contact the collective intelligence of the departed monks, who referred to themselves as the “Company of Avalon”. The very first message had said that ‘All knowledge is eternal and is available to mental sympathy.’ He recorded the whole process in two books, The Gate of Remembrance in 1918, and The Company of Avalon in 1924.
This painting is done by him, Frederick Bligh Bond.
I write more about my own experience with J-R and our trip to Glastonbury in ESSENCE INTO FORM.