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I’d say people only believe what they can directly experience. No one doubts that heaters or refrigerators work, though you can’t actually see the temperature change.
The problem isn’t that magick is invisible. People believe in lots of invisible things. It’s that today’s magick is unreliable and subtle. That our threshold for success is “I can notice it if I look hard,” not “Immediate and obviously amazing results.”
The first step to earning wide acceptance of magick? Realizing that it’s our job to make obviously successful magick, not everyone else’s job to look harder.If you liked this post, consider visiting my current blog at mikesententia.com.