I’ve always loved the abstract freedom found in just jotting down designs intuitively. Swirls, curves, edges, dots lines… Each shape holds an intricacy all its own. This is probably why sigil drawing has always held sway over me. I’ve been attracted to creating bindrunes for years, but have never just closed my eyes and let a vision take shape as a sigil.
Now, to understand the significance of this practice, one must understand the differences between drawing a sigil and merely drawing abstract designs.
Sigils are intentional; they may be intuitively manifested, but they are designs which hold intent, purpose, a goal. We are numinous when we imbue our own energies into a thing–an object, written word, artwork–and there is power in what we soul forms manifest.
So I had an inspirational moment the other night when I instinctively pulled out my phone’s stylus and started manifesting what the meaning…
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