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This item isn't sold in stores. Help us improve this page. As Janet and Stewart Farrar, prominent Irish witches and Craft teachers, point out, "Magic k does not break the laws of Nature; when it appears to do so, that is because it is obeying laws that the observer has not yet understood. Though it is possible to establish communication with beings on other planes of reality, trying to coerce them into service is both immoral and dangerous. Magick is not based on a pact with "the Devil. Magick is not a good way to get revenge on enemies or force a former lover to return to you.

Indeed, there is no "good" way to accomplish such nasty and immature things; but the penalties for misusing magick can be far greater than the consequences of these actions on the material plane. Magick is not available only to a few talented individuals born with special gifts. It can be learned and mastered to a great degree by anyone with self-discipline and persistence.

Magick does not reside in ritual tools, amulets, magickal swords, etc. The skill and power lie always in the magician, not in the tool. Magick does not generally result in spectacular "special effects" on the material plane: strange entities materializing, showers of gold falling from the sky, locked doors bursting asunder, and so forth. Dramatic physical effects are possible and occasionally occur, but most magick aims at internal growth, where results are harder to see. Even magick for material-plane purposes tends to manifest in more or less quiet, gradual, natural ways.


Wicca : A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner (Llewellyn's Practical Magick Series) [Paperback]

And magick is not easy to learn or to practice. It is not an instant fix for life's problems, nor is it a shortcut to fame and wealth. It is a set of specialized tools, uniquely well-designed for inner growth and spiritual development.

It can be used for more ordinary purposes, but sometimes that is like trying to pound nails with a screwdriver. Magick can be used to bring you safety, wealth, or loving relationships, but it is not a substitute for wearing a seat belt, getting a job, or being sensitive to your lover's needs. And no matter what it is used for, magick requires hard work and discipline. What Magick Is A definition of magick is in order. We have already rejected that of Webster's dictionary: magick as "the use of means as charms, spells believed to have supernatural power over natural forces.

MacGregor Mathers "Magic is a comprehensive knowledge of all nature. Energy exists within all things-ourselves, plants, stones, colors, sounds, movements. Magic is the process of rousing or building up this energy, giving it purpose, and releasing it. Magic is a natural, not supernatural, practice, though it is little understood. But what is the goal? What Magick Is For Stewart Farrar puts it this way: "The stage-by-stage development of the entire human being is the whole aim of magic. And what is the ultimate purpose of the work?

To fulfill the self on an even higher level. To transform, uplift, and so fully develop the self that the whole Universe may benefit thereby. Gray, another well-known occultist, says: "Magic is for growing up as Children of Light. Sane, sound, healthy, and happy souls, living naturally and normally on levels of inner Life where we can be REAL people as contrasted with the poor shadow-selves we project at one another on Earth.

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Wiccans might say it is the work of the goddess within: "Everything she touches, changes. Other creatures can change their environments, but only sentient, self-aware beings can change themselves. Perhaps the cetaceans attempt this too-one day we may explore the spiritual paths and magickal traditions of the dolphins and whales. Change ourselves? But to what? To a fuller range of possibilities, a broader spectrum of spirit. Not change to something else, but to something more.

First learn to know ourselves, and then we expand, stretch our hearts and minds and souls, and explore and develop new territories within ourselves. We are part of All That Is. With magick, we can experience existence from the perspective of other parts and know that we are One. We can experience at-one-ment with the immanent Source.

Perhaps this is the goal of all spiritual paths: to reconnect with the Source, to bridge the chasm of illusion that makes us feel separate and alone, to come Home. But the quest requires us to change, and magick is an effective tool for this. The scary part is this: we can't know who we are changing into until we actually experience the change.

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By then it's too late for second thoughts. We cannot change back; we can only keep changing, or wither. Because we give up our old selves, any change is a "little death" that is the necessary first step to rebirth. To choose this, to will it, and to seek it out is an act of incredible courage. Magick requires daring. Not to change is to stagnate and die; but to willingly offer up the life we know is to find a greater life. In "The Charge of the Goddess," she says, "Nor do I demand aught of sacrifice, for behold, I am the mother of all things and my love is poured out upon the earth.

Yet on another level, sacrifice is required: self-sacrifice, the surrender of your old self. This is the meaning of the Hanged Man of tarot's major arcana below and of Odin's act in Norse mythology: "Nine days and nights I hung on the Tree, myself sacrificed to Myself. If such matters are accomplished without harm to others as in seeking a job rather than Sam's job , and the magick is performed to supplement material-plane efforts raththan replace them, then there's nothing at all wrong with the practice of thaumaturgy.

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