Real Magic Lesson Four PART TWO!

A Good Magic Spell or Magic Ritual for Beginners? In yesterday’s lesson we covered (extensively?) the foundation and formula of a magical operation. Today we’ll walk through an operation or two aimed at getting you some affirmative magical results as quickly as possible. These operations are structured in a very transparent manner so you can Real Magic Lesson Four PART TWO!

Real Magic: Lesson Four

I hope you are keeping a journal during this course! If so, be sure to have it handy for this lesson and make plenty of notes. If you aren’t yet journaling, just start now. An old, spiral notebook will get the job done but if you do prefer something nicer yet priced cheap check these Real Magic: Lesson Four

Real Magic: Lesson Three

These may or may not be your first acts of magic, depending on your experience before finding this course. Some students are brand-spankin’ newbies while others have been tinkering with magic anywhere from a few months to a couple of years. The magical acts below are, at least, the first official acts assigned through this Real Magic: Lesson Three

Real Magic: Lesson Two

IMPORTANT: Be sure to have your journal handy so you can make notes, pose questions, record synchronicities, etc. The magical act is the fundamental unit of all magical work Work done in magical context is first of all presumably and properly done while you, the magician, are in a magical state, and furthermore is broken Real Magic: Lesson Two

Magical Intention: How Specific?

Different schools of thought on intent This is a fairly challenging topic to blog about because it is heavily nuanced. There might even be a paradox, but whether or not I manage to draw that out in this post remains to be seen. down to the last detail In this age of increasing spiritual awareness, Magical Intention: How Specific?

Real Magic: Lesson One

The primer for any magical work is understanding and being able to enter the correct, altered state of consciousness. Here’s the least you need to know.

Magic by Class and Category

Understanding some basic magical distinctions or… At a glance: what you’re getting yourself into here Magic varies greatly in terms of methodology, philosophy, approach, and application. Both nerds and pedants have toiled endlessly breaking magic down into smaller and smaller subgroups and categories, addressing every imaginable variation in painful detail. I like to keep things Magic by Class and Category