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mark0987 wrote:...what is meant by the background?[/quoe]
By the time you're done, the entire space surrounding you - the whole room, etc. - is the background color, as if you were inside a space painted that color (which, psychologically, you are).Is it merely the gaps in between the lines of the shape drawn in the air, or am I to visualise a sort of square upon which I draw the shape?
Even more than that (see above). Another way to think of it is that, as you move around the room, you are painting the whole of space in this color.I also assume that complementary colour refers to the same sort of idea as the 'colour wheel' kids are provided in an art lesson?
Exactly. One easy way to remember this (if you don't have the basic color ideas in mind) is that it is the color of the opposite sign of the zodiac. Thus, blue is Sagittarius and orange is Gemini - blue and orange are complements.This method seems better than my current one, but I am one of those annoying sorts of people who need to know exactly what they are doing!
Even more than that (see above). Another way to think of it is that, as you move around the room, you are painting the whole of space in this color.
mark0987 wrote:When you perform another ritual in the same place, do you visualise the pentagram and hexagram on top of one another, one in blue, the other in gold, and then whatever principle you are involking all at once?
Or is it more a matter of, you do the LBRP have it visualised well, then move on and let that visualisation fade into the background whilst you do the hexagram ritual, and so on?
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