Awakening the Dragon Within

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Dragon Attunement Workshop 2019 (Sydney, Australia)

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The Dragon is a celestial being that can take on a multitude of forms and energies and inhabits many dimensions throughout the cosmos. The Dragon represents the unknown and the hidden energy within nature. Continue reading

My Little Gold Pyrite Dragon

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Jandalaya, my little Gold Pyrite Dragon, has now been freed from the metal ring on the back of her skull where I used to have a chain to wear her around my neck to be close to me. ❤ Continue reading

Dragon Circles & Events for 2019

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Spheres Of Light (SOL) is an Australian Pagan group meeting in the Sutherland Shire, Southern Sydney and in Nowra, NSW. Continue reading

World Dragon Day 2018

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30th September 2018 — World Dragon Day will be held next Saturday 6th October 2018, so I have created my own poster in honour of the day, as I usually do. 🙂 Continue reading

Stone Circles & Other Dragony Places

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During the last two years I’ve been lucky enough to be able to visit the UK twice. On our first trip, in 2016, we (husband and I) concentrated our travels around the south of England during our 3 week holiday. On our 2nd 3 week trip to the UK in 2017 we travelled further north in England and also around Wales. The few stone circles and other ‘dragony’ places I was able to visit were only some of the many locations we managed to see during our travels. Continue reading

Eclipse Dreaming

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Although the total solar eclipse earlier today was not visible from Australia the energy was still strong. The time of maximum eclipse here in Sydney Australia was 4:25:35AM, 22 Aug 2017. So, what time did I wake up this morning for no apparent reason? …at 4:24AM of course, and then I couldn’t get back to sleep until a bit before 7AM (which, when I later checked here, turned out to be very close to the time of the last location in the world to see the partial eclipse end). Continue reading