Free from all misinterpretation, the esoteric student is fully aware of the fact that all these stories making reference to temples and temple cities apply to the human temple which must be built, a temple in which the God, who is in every human being, can meet the Logos, for the accomplishment of the great work for humankind.

We always read that—should the temple not meet the highest demands of the divine law—the temple must be destroyed, so that a new one can be erected that is in accordance with the divine aim.

[@tamblrvirus​ also asked for 1 and 11, so this is for them too.

1: Take a picture of your workspace

I had a nice big desk, but we haven’t gotten around to moving it home so this little table is what I have to work with.  I draw in bed a lot because of it. 

Highlights:  Clusterfuck cork board, JoJo figure pile, nail polish I forgot to put away 

2: Show your pencilcase and what’s inside

This (more or less) is usually what I use to draw traditional stuff, I keep all of my pencils, liners, and a few markers in my bee bag(pictured above). 

And everything else is kept in this little barrel or pink container: 

11: Draw a pic of yourself like how you look just now

hahahaha, this is bad but there I am]