What matters is that no matter how many times we fail ourselves, we keep striving to do the things that keep us healthy and allow us to be happy.
There is not one perfect being on this planet.
The only thing a person has full power over is themselves and how they react to others, and we don’t often have that.
Magic is not a cure for troubles. It is a spiritual map. Your energies are the compass. Meditation will not fix a person; it empowers individuals to find what they need to repair themselves.
It’s amazing how something so simple can take hold of you and root itself into your character, help you draw from it for years.
Knowledge may be power but how one utilizes it is the generator.
Visualization is the main ingredient of magic, inner peace: power.
Sacred space is not just an external place. It is an internal place as well.
What we do internally affects the world around us and the world around us affects our inner world. With this notion, nothing is separate, and our inner and outer worlds are intricately tied to one another.
I have come to believe that our psychic senses are our primary senses, the senses we have as spirit beings, and our physical senses are extensions of those primary psychic senses. We come into this world and into the womb with our psychic senses fully developed; it’s only after birth, as a child develops and ages, that these psychic senses recede while our physical senses take over.
Today, there are very few unicorns left, and not many witches or wizards. But there is always magic—the power to create sufficient conditions for spirits to manifest, to bring consciousness from the realms of potential into the world of action.
Real esotericism was not just dressing up in handsome robes and manipulating symbols for the sake of so doing. It was knowing how to apply the meaning of such symbols to Life itself, for the purpose of altering or directing its energy in accordance with intention. For example, a Magical Sword was not the physical symbol one handles in Temple practice, but its qualities as applied to the human being. Flexibility, sharpness, keenness, brightness, pointedness of action, and everything else to be thought of in connection with a well-balanced blade.
Indubitably, Magick is one of the subtlest and most difficult of the sciences and arts. There is more opportunity for errors of comprehension, judgement and practice than in any other branch of physics.