Episode 37 – Pathworking

Episode 37 – Pathworking

Show Highlights:
• Pathworking is a ritualized semi-guided meditative exercise
• Pathworking varies from guided meditation in that not everything is described for the participant, allowing him to have his own unique experiences and spiritual encounters
• Pathworking is an effective way to meet Gods, Goddesses, guides and other spiritual entities and establish/build relationships with them
• The Great Crossroads is used in conjunction with Pathworking and tools to set the proper magical environment to begin contacting the desired spirit
• Future podcasts will contain specific Pathworkings to meet the Light God, Dark God, Light Goddess, Dark Goddess, Ancestors of Men-who-love-men, Spirits of the Land and more

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About Hyperion

I am the host and founder of the Unnamed Path. I have over 15 years of extensive experience in earth-based spiritual traditions including initiatory and non-initiatory paths. I'm an artist, a shaman, an energy healer, a deathwalker and a magician. Feel free to read my bio to learn more about me.

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  1. Thanks Hyperion,
    Stumbling upon your site is one of the best sign I can get just as I was going to perform my rededication to the Old Ones coming this Hallow’s Eve. I have done much reading and much research in the past but am rather short when it comes down to real practical work such as journeying.

    And while I have the books by Michael Horner, RJ Stewart and on traditional witchcraft, I never did manage to properly perform a faring-forth to meet even my spirit guide, which I call my familiar.

    Now listening to your podcasts and finding that the tradition you expound upon bears a close resemblance to the traditional witchcraft that I have been learning in concepts, plus the fact that it is for people-like-us (as men-who-love-men are called here in the Southeast Asian region), I am inspired to try much harder to reach my guides.

    And for that I must give you my sincere thanks and vote in Podcast Alley (I can’t find where to vote in Podcast Pickle though…)


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