Fauns in Nature: Joy to the World … by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally published on 17 January 2015

Image: “Pan Consoling by Psyche,” by Ernst Klimt, http://holographicarchetypes.weebly.com/uploads/4/7/9/5/4795680/4880717_orig.jpg ..

Dear Ones,

The other day I was hiking down a mountain. All of a sudden I got a cramp in my left foot, and I had to stop walking.

Just to my left was a trail that led to a small oak grove. So I took a peek.

What did I find but someone’s favorite meditation spot! There was a little rock, and on it a car mat. Sitting there, I could see how the land swooped down, just beyond the oaks, and then shimmered back up again in another rising of solid morning light.

There I was, enjoying the view, when all of a sudden, for the first time ever, a faun approached. As it turns out, that very oak grove was this faun’s favorite spot.

I can say from this, with certain surety: When a faun approaches, the celibate Soul must be prepared to walk on down the mountain hastily.

So I did that very thing.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Video: “Hoyt Axton – ‘Joy to the World’ (1971),” https://youtu.be/ZNogZplQ4vc ..

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devas, fauns, Hoyt Axton, Joy to the World, nature spirits, Pan, Pan and Psyche,

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