The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Friday, November 16, 2007

What We Can Do About Words

Have you ever heard directed to you or another a word that you knew hurt them. Sometimes it comes out of the most unexpected circumstances. Other times it just sneaks up on you and sometimes it comes in an expected way.

It is an unfortunate factor of our times that words either meant to hurt people or words that are used with the intention of not being heard by those whom it might hurt proliferate in our society. Alright, I will say that sometimes these words are uttered without the intention of causing harm - perhaps out of ignorance - or simply overheard by someone it hurts and the utterer not intending for them to hear it but other times they are stated with the sole intention of causing harm.

I am not a Psychologist nor do I attempt to be one. I leave that up to those in that field who can explain these motivations but I will say for the purpose of this blog that there is something for which we can make an attempt to do here.

I'm going to suggest that you try something that is not typical in the field of benevolent magic but can be done if said carefully. First as always request that the most benevolent energies be with you and protect you as well as to infuse you with the most comforting and loving energies during and after you say this so that you can personally feel the comfort it may bring to others.

Then I recommend you say, "I request that all those words intended to cause harm gradually slip into the unconscious void never to be uttered again by anyone who may cause harm intentionally or otherwise and that this all happen in the most benevolent way resulting in the most benevolent outcome."

Normally we would say something like this as a living prayer but I feel that saying it as a benevolent magic has merit since it may be possible because of your own desire to reduce the infliction of pain in your society, wherever you may live, of one to another that it personalizes it sufficiently so that it can be said as benevolent magic.

Benevolent magic, as you know, is something that one says in a personal situation whereas living prayer is said for a group that may include yourself but is often stated for many others - often those whom you don't know and may never meet.

I felt this was something that you would all like to participate in so I have included here on this blog. Goodlife to you all and goodnight.

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