New Year’s Eve has come and gone,
and I skipped my ritual: picking a Rune.
Hey… what can I say… I haven’t been my usual self, lately.
(does this mean I’m my unusual self? what is that?!!)
But better late than never, so here goes:
That Which Conducts
Unseen powers are active here, powers that nourish, shape and connect. The attributes of this Rune are water, fluidity, the ebb and flow of emotions, of vocations and relationships. Laguz fulfills your desire to immerse yourself in the experience of living without having to evaluate or understand. It speaks to the satisfaction of emotional needs, to the awakening of the intuitive or lunar side of your nature. For while the sun strives for differentiation, the moon draws us toward union and merging.
This Rune often signals a time for cleansing: for revaluing, reorganizing, realigning. A Rune of deep knowing, Laguz may call for you to study spiritual matters in readiness for self-transformation. Success now lies in contacting your intuitive knowing, in attuning to your own rhythms. A Rune of the self relating rightly to the Self, Laguz signifies what alchemists called the conjunctio, or sacred marriage. In fairy tales, it is the end where the hero and heroine live happily ever after.
To live happily ever after…
I’ll drink to that!
Laguz was brought to you by The Book of Runes
and its author, Ralph Blum.
After being a fan of Blum’s Runes since January 1991, I was absolutely thrilled to find this video on YouTube, tonight. What a handsome and charming man!