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do i need any type of magical wand or any ring to do magic? and if no than what i need to do it?
The first answer is easy: No, you don’t need any props to do direct magick*. That’s one of the identifying characteristics, actually: No props, no rituals, just your mind affecting external reality.
*This blog is about direct magick, so that’s what I’ll focus on here.
I had to think about the second question, though. I could say, “Awakened mental muscles and a connection to good ethereal software,” but that’s roughly zero help to beginners. So, in plain English, what does direct magick require?
If you mean, “What should I buy to get started with direct magick?” then the answer is, “nothing.” Everything you need is free in this series, and will remain free with the PDF version of the book I have coming out.
That simplicity comes at a price, though. It means you have to start on the internal work of magick right away. You don’t even get to dress like a cool wizard first.
What’s that internal work? Awakening the parts of your mind that drive magick (your “mental muscles”), learning to consciously engage them (“mental posture”), connecting to the forces that mages channel (“ethereal software”), and learning to command them yourself (with your mental muscles).
Posts to walk you through finding and using ethereal software coming soon. Also, if you’re new here, check out this series to see all the steps to learning direct magick.
In the end, every style of magick does internal work. Even if you focus on external actions like rituals and props, the internal changes will still happen, simply by working with energy and calling on ethereal software and spirits. If you find the props fun, use them. But the internal work is the same, with or without a wand.If you liked this post, consider visiting my current blog at mikesententia.com.