Everyone has been talking about their dead spot in their practices, and I suppose I have as well but I wanted to make the distinction that I still do magick, everyday in fact – I just felt that my daily training has gone down.
I guess in retrospect, I just didn’t notice these kinds of things because I’ve been doing it for so long that they’ve kinda became background noises in my life, lol.
- I still do weekly blessings in regards to my client(s).
- I just recently healed my old man & sisters sickness. Now I’m working on my own, which I’ve almost gotten a 100% recovery from.
- Working on a seduction target, lol. Just experimenting some techs, hopefully I don’t turn her crazy.
- Some of the workings I’ve done months ago are coming into fruition.
- Breathing exercises for energy, energy work, etc.
- Magickal applications for mundane things like going through traffic unassailed, lol. Boosting synchronicity on certain bits.
I guess for the most part, I’ve stopped theorizing on magick and really try to apply it into the world that I live in. Of course, I still need to work on lots of things but the phase of practical application is really becoming my focus.
There’s this dude that I knew and for the love of Jebus, I could never do a reading on him – I can read him through the muggle/mundane way but when I try to find out information on him utilizing magick, it never seems to work and it’s not like it’s giving me bad information – I just can’t get a reading on him.
Especially w/ my pendulum, whenever I use the tech to get a reading on him – it won’t even move.
I’m bouncing around ideas as to why it doesn’t work on him.
Anyways, I decided to go at it blind and see where this little endeavor ends up.
That’s how I’ve been these past few weeks, I feel like I haven’t gotten the push I need to jump back in my practices. It just feels like I’ve read what I’ve needed to read and that I really start to try to push the envelope of what I can do as a sorcerer and as a human.
One thing though, I should have my schedule more flexible – my routines/practices shouldn’t be based on certain things and timings. I should be able to stop, sit, and practice even at work – while working, etc.
I was just reading an article (here) about how to create a machine that will send electrical impulses up your brain that will enhance your thinking, making a person smarter.
I love these types of information since I am always up for human evolution through natural or artificial means.
I mean, a sorcerer is really just another type of person who seeks to evolve through a different means. When a mage reaches to the great unknown and brings back a nugget of information/contact/power, it changes them and hopefully with their training, for the better.
But as a sci-fi fan myself and a dedicated follower of the philosophy of evolution, I’m always in a lookout for muggle style evolutionary techs; like the one mentioned above, or NLP, or the 4 Hour Chef, or those brain pills that Joe Rogan keeps talking about. Things like these that will make a muggle better, stronger, in a muggle sort of way.
Even my magick techs, some of them involve a mixture of scientific theory and magickal tech – implementing reliable scientific theories through magickal means.
Overall, betterment of ones self excites me, lol.
how would I explain magick?
Mike from M.O.T recently posted about this on his blog and it got me to thinking since most of the time, I can find parallels between computers and how magick theoretically works.
The akasha to me is “code”, elements are binary, systems/traditions are OS’s, techniques/rituals/rites are programs/macros, entities are bots, some are hardware hackers (folk magick) while others like to delve into code (hermeticist), there are IT professionals (formal traditions) and there are hackers (chaotes), etc etc – you get the picture.
So now back to the question at hand…..
I guess I’d probably use the “energy” model a little bit more loosely. If I had to explain it that way, everything is energy and that magick is a way to control said energy.
Akasha/Elements/Planetary/etc would be energy but vibrating in different levels, systems/traditions are just interfaces to tap/utilize said energies, techs/rituals/rites would fall into this line of thinking as well, entities would be “intelligent” energy, etc etc.
The theory mentioned above is something I am working with closely and is what I believe really ties every sort of magick out there in the world but it’s still a working progress and not as complete as a “computerized” model of sorts. Also hard to explain without bordering near the sci-fi department (intelligent energies, lol).
Hmmm, I think this post didn’t really help anyone, lol.