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Magic happens in the space “between.” It’s often within the pause, at the pit-stop, or during the intermission that we allow the fullness of an experience to resonate. In A Treatise on White Magic, Djwhal Khul explains that interludes are necessary if we are to “avail ourselves fully of the opportunity which life experience is intended to furnish.” Meditation reflects life: the space between breaths is precious. We’ll joyfully explore this on Day 2 of Interlude.


Entry Level: Interlude Day 2 Meditation Podcast