The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Benevolent Magic For You And Your Pet

It's time to provide you with another form of benevolent magic. There are times, not always but occasions when it is possible to say a benevolent magic for people other than yourself.

In this case this would have to do with "people" who are very near and dear to you. In this day and age one often finds that a persons pets - dogs, cats yes and perhaps other types of animals are very near and dear and there's times when we know they're trying to tell us something.

Have you ever had that experience when your dog or cat looks at you, gives you that searching look, and you just know they're trying to tell you something. I have mentioned these things before on these blogs but I want to give you something you can do in this circumstance.

If that happens and you've tried everything and they still have that look then this is what I recommend you do. You might say the following benevolent magic. First of all ask for all the most benevolent energies that are available for you to be all around and all about you so that you can be prepared to achieve the best results.

Then say, "I request that my happiness be sustained by the presence of my beloved pet and that that happiness that I experience will happen in the most benevolent way for myself and my pet resulting in the most benevolent outcome."

You can see that this is, as I've said before, a benevolent magic you're saying for yourself and normally we say living prayer for others but in this case your pet is incorporated with something you're asking for yourself.

Now when you are saying the benevolent magic if you want to replace when I said "my pet" with your pet's name that's fine or if it's more than one pet you can say my pets but other than that make sure the words are the same.

This is something you can do when you're just not sure what's going on. Of course you'll remain vigilant to see if you can find out but until you do find out and you probably will that's something you can do.



Lynilu said...

Thank you, Robert. Very meaningful. Very. :')

Robert Shapiro said...

I'm glad I could be of some assistance Lynilu.