Wednesday, January 13, 2016

The importance of knowing what not to say - the Sorcerous Word

Hello Magickal Peeps!!!

Just wanted to stop by, after a looooong vacation, and talk about something important.  The Sorcerous Word and how it is not to be used lightly.  Or, it's not just how you say it, it is what you say.

You see, it is very important to understand that there is no Universal Translator to the world of the divine.  Often times, when doing magick,it is not uncommon for the new comer to be interested in shortcutting the spell craft and going straight to execution of a badly worded working.

It is also not unheard of for well seasoned magickians go become.L.A.Z.Y. 

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No one wants to listen to someone orate in badly worded language, or broken English when they are at a seminar, or when someone is making a request of them.  It borders on the painful.  Also, no one wants to hear meandering flowery language arts that have no point be poured into their ears when they have been sent for to do a job.

Same thing applies to your workings.  Please, keep it short, sweet, simple, and precise.  When you speak to entities, even yourself, you are creating a program of actions and consequences with magic.  And magic takes the route of least resistance.  If it has no clear destination, it wanders and goes off track.  If it has conflicting instructions, it fizzles or goes haywire.

And for the love of all things in Creation, make contracts clear and precise.  AND NEVER PROMISE WHAT YOU CANNOT DO.   AND NEVER ASK FOR WHAT YOU CANNOT HANDLE.

Shut up, sometimes, and listen to what you are writing out in your head, or on paper, with an objective ear.  If you were the magick itself, would you know what you are asking?  If not, then redo it.  Proper wording, it helps.