Green magick is the dreamtime. The red only kicks in when we wake. Only then do they hunt. Only then is there shedding of blood. We sleep because endless chaos would exhaust life on this planet. We sleep to maintain the balance / rule of life. Life and growth are the rule, not the exception.
An act of green magick takes the most primal aspects of the world around us and our experience, and brings them together to seed a new growth. As the dream you create takes shape, it grows until it emerges in reality.
“My green thumb came only as a result of the mistakes I made while learning to see things from the plant’s point of view.” H. Fred Ale
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