The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Important Reminders About Benevolent Magic And Living Prayer

A brief and gentle reminder here. For those of you using benevolent magic and living prayer it is vitally important that when you say a benevolent magic in the way I have instructed you here over time on this site or living prayer also in the way I have suggested, it is essential - though I know it may not always be easy - after you have said it even while the energy is there - don't think.

That is essential and I know it may not be easy. So what you can do is you can stare at a blank wall. If that's not handy, look at the back of your hand or the front of your hand if you wish. In short, stare at something that does not hold your interest so much but allows you to focus your intention and does not generally stimulate thought. I cannot stress how important this is.

There's a tendency you see - sometimes to think and when you think you have a tendency to dilute what you have requested and possibly even to deflect it into what you have thought. Of course if what you have thought is something that is the opposite of what you have requested or perhaps a worry - most likely it will not activate that.

Nevertheless I suggest that you attempt to practice this discipline. If you'd like to have a little practice then here's what to do. Either stare at a blank wall for about 10 to 15 seconds and anytime you catch yourself thinking just stop, don't beat yourself up about it, and try it again. When you can get up to the point where you can stare at a blank wall for about 30 seconds without thinking - that's pretty good. Stop there and say - okay, that's enough.

The other way to do that for the purpose of this exercise is to stare at either one or the other hand - either the front or the back of your hand, just one and do the rest of the steps exactly the same way.

Alright, that's just a refresher. It's important to give you these from time to time because it is really so easy to allow our minds to wander sometimes isn't it.


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