The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

More On Protection

Do you have loved ones living or working or passing through areas where there's danger. I'm sure many of you do or have friends in these areas.

Perhaps you yourself are in such an area or may be going to such a place sometime. If you're saying a benevolent magic for yourself about this then this is what I recommend you might say.

First of course always ask for the most benevolent energies to be available, to be all around and about you in the most comfortable way for you.

Then say, "I request that I be able to easily pass through the most difficult situations in..." (then fill out the name of the place or the general area - use some geographic reference here) " the most benevolent way for me, resulting in the most benevolent outcome..." (then pause for a moment and say) "...for me."

If however you are saying this for someone else you need to use the living prayer form. In that case I would recommend you say, "I am asking that..." (and fill in the name or names) " able to easily, smoothly and benevolently pass through..." (then mention the name of the area geographically) the most benevolent way resulting in the most benevolent outcome for..." (then mention their names again).

This is something you can do. I have mentioned this before but I know it is troubling many peoples again and I feel it is a good thing to do.

Remember to always say things for people - meaning say what you want - don't say what you don't want and also remember that benevolent magic and living prayer can not be used ever against others. It is always intended to be used for people, not against people. I know I've said this before, this is just a reminder.

Goodlife to you all.


Alison Jane Lysakowski said...

the situation arises often that i can benefit from such prayers. i make it very simple. i say something like, "please let this happen for me, God, thank you."
would you say i'm being too simplistic? i have seen that every time i put my wishes into words, however i do it, it works for me.
but sometimes i wonder if my method is too "lazy," because i make it as if i'm talking to a regular person, not reaching out to someone far away. i guess ive already answered my question, knowing my prayers work for me, but do you agree with my way of doing it?

Robert Shapiro said...

Dear Alison,

I had to smile just a little bit when I read your comment here. It reminded me of a similar question I asked somebody years ago and he listened patiently to my long drawn out explanation, much longer than yours I can assure you - it must have taken 10 minutes, and he didn't interrupt - he just looked at me. Then after I was done he said, "If it works don't fix it."

I don't know if you've heard that. It's something from the past but it made me smile then as I'm sure you were smiling at the end of your comment.

It comes to this my friend. If you have something that works by all means use it. Never consider it lazy to have a personal relationship with God. I have one and I'm happy that you have one.

So - keep on doing it that way as long as it's working for you, that's wonderful.

Goodlife my friend.

Alison Jane Lysakowski said...

ha!! i think that's a funny story. i could have given you a much more detailed question myself. i guess i knew i didnt need to explain everything.
im glad to finally hear that i dont have to communicate a certain way for god to hear me. i struggled with that question for years.
i havent told you how i ended up here in the first place. i was looking up "2008 predictions" on youtube a few months back, and came up with your videos on communion and personality changes and stuff. i watched all of them and have since then watched for new videos from you, but they are all about europe and stuff and i dont live there so i havent watched more than two of those. anyway, i figured eventually that there had to be something else like a blog of yours somewhere, so i searched for "benevolent magic" on google and here i am.
just thought you might like to know.

Robert Shapiro said...

Greetings Alison, thanks for letting me know.