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=God Exercise=

1. You find yourself in a meadow at the base of a green hill. It is evening. The sun is setting and the last rays of light are disappearing behind the hill. As the sky grows darker, the stars begin to appear. A full moon begins to rise above the horizon. It's rays cast a soft silver light over the meadow bathing you in a feeling of gentleness and peace.

2. A soft breeze blows down the hillside. On it you can hear a faint sound of drumming. You want to know the source of the sound. You cross the meadow and begin to climb the hill.

3. When you reach the top, you see a circle of standing stones ahead of you. There are people there, some standing and some seated in the circle. As you draw near, they become aware of you, but you are welcome. A space is made for you inside the circle.

4. Then, from the other side of the circle, a figure appears and steps into the centre of the circle. He is very tall and on his head you see antlers of a stag. There is a fire burning near the centre of the circle and it's flames light up his face.

5. The circle falls silent. The people are waiting for him to speak. And then you hear his voice speaking softly. It is as though he is whispering in your ear and speaking to you alone. He is calling you to come to him.

6. You cross the circle and find yourself standing beside the tall horned figure. He emanates great power, but also a great sense of gentleness. Then the god reaches out his hand and you sit beside him by the fire.

7. You sit together, gazing into the flames. Pictures begin to form in your mind of his world - the world behind the veil of nature, the energy of stones, of animals, of trees. Allow him to tell you all that he feels you need to know.

8. The sky grows lighter, dawn is approaching. Your time together is coming to an end. You bid him farewell and then leave the stone circle. You find yourself walking down the hillside to the meadow below. The sun is rising. You reach the meadow as the first rays of morning sun are beginning to warm the grass and dry the dew.

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