Circle Magazine Printed My Article: When the Master is Ready, the Student Shall Appear

Circle Sanctuary #115 Family & Tradition

Proudly sharing that Circle Magazine printed my article “When the Master is Ready, the Student Shall Appear” in their most recent issue #115 p. 18-19; I just got my contributor’s copies today!  They did a really nice layout in their trademark style of illustrations and headlining.  Thanks, Circle Sanctuary!

If you want to read the article, it originally appeared at my column “Seekers and Guides” in the Agora blog.  The link is below:

Seekers and Guides: When the Master is Ready, the Student Shall Appear.


~ by Sable Aradia on December 7, 2013.

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