I spent the whole day trying to find a picture that could recreate the image I saw in New Mexico in June 2015. I couldn't, so this will do. The desert sky was the brightest blue I had ever seen in my life. I was standing in the Tantric shelter looking towards the tent Harijiwan was about to start teaching in. People were moving sluggish in the heat, carrying their mats, sheepskins, and everything else inside as if they were carrying bricks. Out of the corner of my eye I saw something white flowing in the wind, like a curtain catching a cool summers breeze. I turn to my left and see four women walking to the tent, in head to toe white, high white turbans with a long veil flowing behind them. I was mesmerized. As I walked down as stepped inside, I saw them sitting in the front row, with more women dressed the same. Each of them had their veil attached to their turban by a pin at their forehead which held a massive jewel, each in different colors. It was like something out of a movie about royalty in the East, many, many years ago. @harijiwan sitting on the stage, finally took the microphone and said, "Guru Hans who found the Tantric necklace just passed on so well chant Akal for his to help his soul pass on from the Earth's magnetic field into the blue ethers." I think my jaw was on the floor. I felt like I was in Star Wars. Or Harry Potter. Or both. I feel like I lost touch with magic in life years ago. To believe in something unbelievable. To use my imagination to experience something. To have hope in that there is something more then just the every day hustle we do. This practice has given me that. To learn about the unknown and unseen. To believe in magic in the world, when everything around us seems to be falling apart. To learn about things like the Radiant Body, the metallic psyche, White Tantric, the Blue Ethers, 11th day of the moon, Hansani, Sodarshan, Sobagh, Tershula, Blue Gap, the Quantum Technology of the Shabd Guru, Humanllogy ... all of these have blown my mind open to look for magic in the world, once again. Maybe it's real, maybe it's not. I don't care. All that matters is the world is once again magical and that's enough for me