Play and Practice

  Practice I love high cliffs that rise at the edge of the sea. The sea far below fills my eyes as the wind blows around me. Today’s lesson and practice centers on binding things together. Not with rope or glue or nails, but with energy. Weavers bind objects together, through subtle changes to the energy patterns of the objects. Today’s challenge is to bind opposites, to combine two things together which destroy each other. I pull energy from the energy web, and bind it upon itself until it takes physical form. I’m clumsy at this, and I only know the patterns for a few types of material. Still, a large, odd shaped chunk of ice now rests upon the ground. I wanted to weave a sphere of ice, but I haven’t mastered the shapes yet.

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