The Gunslinger Dark Tower

My Discipline Comes From The Dark Tower

In the Dark Tower series written by Stephen King, a man known as the gunslinger walks thirstily through a desert on page 1. When I read this, I knew this form of self discipline was meant for me and have now been using it over 10 years.

The gunslinger walked stolidly, not hurrying, not loafing. A hide waterbag was slung around his middle like a bloated sausage. It was almost full. He had progressed through the khef over many years, and had reached the fifth level. At the seventh or eighth, he would not have been thirsty; he could have watched own body dehydrate with clinical, detached attention, watering its crevices and dark inner hollows only when his logic told him it must be done. He was not seventh or eighth. He was fifth. So he was thirsty, although he had no particular urge to drink. In a vague way, all this pleased him. It was romantic.

Sidian Morning Star

Dream Incubation Ritual

While laying in bed, think of what topic you’d like to dream about, a problem you’d like to solve, or art you’d like to create. Now tell yourself mentally or

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An Evil Hath Found Me

I was searching through some books with a friend trying to find something about Neil Gaiman’s Sandman. Instead, each cover I found that seemed to resemble the Sandman was suddenly

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Meeting Yourself As a Child

I was looking for my small t-rex pet and only found his bones. I cried but no one seemed to care. However I also found a rainbow colored tube. It

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I Thank My Enemies

Like any obstacle, enemies serve to exercise us. They are hills and mountains to climb, providing opportunity for growth. I thank my enemies.

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I Am A Demon Hunter

Jung’s Ego is the hero. The goal of Jungian psychology in terms of the Ego’s development is to strengthen the Ego through introspection and integration of the Shadow. And the

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