Monday, August 11, 2008

Buffer of time in magickal practice

How long does it take to happen what you intent to do with magick? There is almost always a lag between your practices and the actual outcome. Frankly, this is a show-stopper for the beginner. The intermediate magician is accustomed to this and is patient.

Why is there a buffer of time, I think nobody really knows. This is not happening in psychic reading or tarot readings. This happens only when you try to create something. A change in the physical life.

I am sure there are people out there who do not get affected by this lag. Both in terms of patience and in terms of duration, I guess that there are magicians out there who are already comfortable with this.

For the beginner, patience is a virtue. Whatever you are trying to do, there is going to be a buffer of time and this sometimes serves a purpose and other times not.

However, one thing is certain. If you get too anxious about time passing, you would probably fail on what you are doing.

Try to find something to spend time. Try psychic reading. Call a friend and get her to ask you questions on the phone and try to answer them. Maybe you can develop your psychic abilities while waiting for the magick to be manifested you have casted (sounded like a love spell isn't it?).

Read a new book about different kinds of magickal school.

Learn to wait. No pain no gain. Things will go faster in time.

1 comment:

Freya said...

I've always thought it might have something to do with the fact that all magicians, no matter how confident or skilled, still have trouble believing that anything could instantly materialize like it does in cartoons. If we could get past that, or see it just once, I think it would change the course of magick. Just my opinion, of course.

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