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Day 29 – Great Release Program – 29 January 2020 – Wednesday – by Silver RavenWolf

Day29Great Release Program
by Silver RavenWolf

1st Qtr Moon in Aries — The Pioneering Sign!
Aries energy is all about courage, enthusiasm, self-discovery, speed, and force.
Empower a red candle brushed with red pepper for motivation.

Today’s Challenge:  Do something you’ve been putting off because you were afraid.  Obviously, don’t put yourself in harm’s way.  100 stars.

Countdown Challenge – Day 3 — Do Today’s charm recitation and throw or give away three items.

This night – day 3 which will be Wednesday – repeat your name three times, follow the Silver Protocol and intone the charm (Nine Weeping Sisters) beginning at the “three weeping sisters” line nine times.  The last time you repeat the charm do as before, add your positive tail-ender and remove the third stone, throwing it away, off your property, in running water or as otherwise discussed.  Earn 25 stars.

Three weeping sisters left as the crew
One was removed, and then there were two.
Two weeping sisters shied from the sun
One was removed, and then there was one.
One weeping sister, left all alone
Jumped from the ship and sank like a stone.
No weeping sisters stand by the lake.
The evil is gone!  Peace in its place!

Summary — Possible Stars Today: 134!  

  1. Do the Morning Ritual – earn one gold star.
  2. Practice the Rattle Bath – earn one gold star.
  3. Mark what you accomplished on your Great Release Calendar.
  4. Give or Throw three things away. — earn 3 gold stars.
  5. Today’ Challenge —  Do something you’ve been putting off because you were afraid — Don’t put yourself in harm’s way.  Earn 100 stars.
  6. Today’s Count-Down –  Day Three of the Nine Sisters Working — earn 25 stars.
  7. Practice the Silver Protocol.  How is this working for you?  Earn one star.
  8. Do three Three-Minute Dashes — earn 3 gold stars.
  9. Practice your Nightly Buzz-Through Review

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7 thoughts on “Day 29 – Great Release Program – 29 January 2020 – Wednesday – by Silver RavenWolf

  1. Been a bit quiet in the comments but I’m still here. I’m amazed by how much the energy is moving around me! I started January without much of a plan and without much motivation to find one. And as soon as I started this programme everything happened all at once. Even the stuff that’s not much fun I can tell is breaking down blockages and leading to something awesome! So thank you! And I’m still here! 👍🏻😊

  2. I am sad that the program is ending. I always enjoy the Great Release Program so much! It has been life changing for me. Of course I can continue with thoughtful, active witchcraft, ritual, and meditations – and I will, but the prompts from Silver RavenWolf are so much fun! This and our group interaction is what I will miss. All I can say is thank you, Silver.

    Today’s Challenge: Do something you’ve been putting off, because you were afraid.

    I am challenged to figure out what I’m afraid of. I am not a fearful person, I tend to be very calm in adverse conditions. I am also not a big risk taker, although those who know me personally might think otherwise, especially knowing about some of my sailing adventures in our 36 foot sailboat, that took me through gales and near the North Pole into the ice bergs – but that’s another story…

    I’m not shy, I have nothing to hide, I’m not afraid of the doctor, or procedures that might cause some pain, or dying, or facing up to people who are bullies, or hard work. I have been afraid of nasty people, but I learned to face these challenges either directly,or ‘indirectly’. I can say that I am afraid for others who are easily led down paths upon which they should not tread. I try my best to guide them when I have an opportunity – usually with Tarot readings. I hear myself saying to a querant, “No, no! Don’t do that!”

    But something I am directly afraid of – I will have to meditate on this one and get back to you. I might forfeit this 100 star bonus.

      1. Several years ago we decided to take our saiboat to Labrador, CA and go as far up the coast toward the North Pole that we could get. The ice bergs from the top of Newfoundland up were phenomenal that year – it was said to be the worst ice berg year in 25 years. They are beautiful, natural works of art, but they are SO dangerous! We had to pick up a friend who was going to help us crew in L’ Anse Au Clair, Labrador, but what a time we had getting into the harbor! This town was on the Southern most border of the province and we wanted to go higher? We sailed past bergs as big as buildings and one actually calved (began to fall apart) right next to us! They can roll over on you if you’re too close.

        We made it into the harbor and tucked in behind a sea wall to await our friend’s arrival. We had a visit from a baby Beluga whale – so cute! Did you know that these are the only whales that can articulate their heads? I think he got separated from his pod while doing a little juvenile exploring and thought the bottom of the boat was another whale! He swam all around and dove under several times making a noise like a loud squeaky gate.

        We had a calm couple of days and took some pleasant walks around town, (the faeries even gifted me a beautiful little Willow wand), while waiting for our friend, but right after he arrived chaos struck! Those large icebergs that were outside the dock decided they wanted to come inside and we had to get out of there before we got trapped. “Welcome, Dave!” The adrenaline started pumping and we did some fast moving to toss the lines and get going. We had to fend off a couple of bergy bits the size of VW Bugs, but we made it out. Phew! That was a bit scary – but we did it and hear I am to tell about it. You may have guessed that we didn’t make it all the way up the coast, because of our ice berg buddies and the intense cold, but we did make it to the 63rd parallel and the pole begins at 70!

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