The High Priest is dressed in a white tunic, gold pants, and a blue robe. In his left hand he is holding a dragon-topped staff and in his right hand he is holding a crystal-topped wand. There is a beautiful tapestry behind him which is depicting a white Dragon of Light and a black Chaos Dragon.
The High Priestís blue cloak is signifying his spiritual knowledge. The staff is signifying his ability to draw upon spiritual knowledge and the wand is used to direct his will. The dragons on the tapestry are signifying balance.
This is a time of great responsibility. Use your wisdom and intuition to guide you in making your decisions.
Thoughts/Points to Ponder:
What more can the High Priest teach us?
I am walking down a long hallway. At the end of the hallway a door is open, and there is light spilling out into the hallway. As I near the open doorway, I can hear someone moving about the room. As I donít want to disturb anyone, I quietly check to see who is inside. At that moment, the High Priest turns to me and tells me to come in.
We start to talk, and he tells me that he has come far on his spiritual journey. It has not been an easy road to travel, but well worth the sacrifices one must make to reach spiritual enlightenment. He also tells me that he still has far to travel himself.
As we continue talking, I learn that there are consequences to not abiding by the physical and spiritual rules. I had never really thought about the consequences spiritually, and he notices my surprise. He states that to attain spiritual enlightenment I must learn these rules. I must also learn to rely upon my intuition, which is growing even now.
There are also many responsibilities that I must face physically and spiritually. I tell him that I always try to face my responsibilities, and he tells me that part of being responsible is not taking on more than one can handle. It is a difficult decision, he states, to know which responsibilities one can handle, but to only accept these responsibilities with a pure heart and intentions of complying with them. I must also learn to open my heart and spirit to my spiritual callings.
At the end of this talk I am left with a sense of awe at just what is needed of me. There are many things to contemplate. I thank him for teaching me this valuable lesson, and agree to work on all that he has told me. He gently reminds me that this is one more responsibility that I have taken on, and it is very serious indeed.