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As usual, without even discussing it, my PEH and I are on thesamepage.
This week's prompt is for you to go some place that is sacred to you and to use the experience to guide you in your work for 2012. Look for signs and omens everywhere, write down your dream from the night before and if your drunken whore of a Muse (. . .or, you know, your own personal spirits) give you direct input as to where to go and/or how to spend your time there, do what they tell you to do (. . .within reason, don't get stupid on me now, Charmers) and see where it takes you.
The point of this prompt is more about being open to an experience and relaxing your mind and seeing what kind of revelations you come to. We don't all have access to standing stones, it's about going to a place that's important to you in your own personal cosmogram - it could be a town, a bar, a church, someone's house, a restaurant, whatever. You know your own map. And it doesn't matter if your dreams are filled with your boss telling you to buy tomatoes and vodka on the expense account and demanding you mask it so that Accounting doesn't bother zir (. . .not from personal dream experience or anything) or if all you hear on the radio is Sexy and I Know It ninety billion times on repeat and that the only wild life you see is someone's Labrador and Red Mini Coopers suddenly seem important, write it all down. Don't try to interpret it until you're writing your blog entry. Let it marinade by your bedside until you write your blog entry.