You’ve probably felt magical many times–those moments when time seems to stop, you feel like you can do anything, and all is well in your world.
Unfortunately, due to the pressures from everyday life and being pulled in multiple directions at once, being more magical is one of the last things you have time to contemplate.
In the midst of the daily grind, it’s sometimes easy to forget your soul is magical, as is your connection to the Light, or God, or however you choose to define it. Being more magical will help you in all areas of life. If you don’t feel magical, you’ve just temporarily lost touch with your inner nature due to all of life’s obligations.
What Diminishes Your Magic: conforming to the point of losing touch with who you are and what you want; holding a grudge; playing small to avoid offending anyone; not speaking up when you know you need to; saying yes when you mean no; failing to express the truth; allowing others to be disrespectful to keep the peace.
Other things that diminish your magic include drugs and excess alcohol. One look at a substance abuser or problem drinker and it’s often apparent, if you’re spiritually sensitive; their Light is dimmed or even totally eclipsed by darkness. Junk food, excess sugar, lack of exercise, and stress can have the same effect. Even excess TV, video games, texting, or Internet surfing can drain your magic.
Having sex when you don’t want to can also compromise your magic, as can remaining in a relationship that is over, trying too hard to be liked, kissing up to someone, being overly critical instead of seeing the Light in others, and being around negative people.
The complexities of daily life can deplete your magic, but there are ways to enhance it.
How to be more wizardly: express more love and compassion and less hate; refrain from judging or assuming and instead try to understand why; accept people as they are; accept yourself as you are; accept what is; gather your courage and do it; find something to be grateful about in every moment; meditate daily and ask for help from whomever you pray to; spend at least a little time alone every day; dress how you feel; care less what people think; talk about the big elephant in the room; grow or buy some flowers; write about a thought provoking experience; paint, draw, dance, or make music; develop a talent; listen to uplifting music; read a good book; have a conversation with a child; have a conversation with an elderly person; give a compliment to someone; help someone in need.
Be more magnificent from the inside out: understand karma and reincarnation (and how you can’t have one without the other); pay attention to (especially repetitive) symbolism and signs in your daily life; dream about what your life would be like if you reached a cherished goal; dream about what your life would be like if you always expressed love instead of fear.
Be more mystical by being healthy: exercise daily; make time to relax; limit sugar and processed foods; walk in nature.
Be more bewitching at home: thoroughly declutter and clean a room in your home; smudge your home with sage; turn off your phone and the TV for a few hours; cook a new recipe.
Be more enchanting in your love life: let go of any past loves; let go of any love life agendas and just enjoy the moment; let go of expectations; forgive yourself and anyone who has ever hurt you; have meaningful sex.
In addition to meditation, you can tap into your inner magic, gain awareness, and connect with God and, or spiritual helpers of the Light with the help of spiritual tools such as the following: comprehensive numerology and astrology; affirmations; subliminal MP3s; tarot; runes; hypnosis; past life regression; future progression.
Please note: Never manipulate anyone with spells or use black magic. Instead, use your magic only for the benefit of all involved, stay in the Light and only work with guides of the Light.
You are a magical, spiritual being. The more in touch you are with your inner magic, the more you can contribute to creating a better world.