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I’m on my first day of consulting in Australia, and only halfway over my jetlag. I haven’t set time aside to practice magick, and today’s post is short. Two thoughts on this:
1. Useful magick gets practiced. I’m doing plenty of manifesting, and I also did energy healing designed to prevent a cold. Neither felt like practice . They were just obvious, natural things to do.
2. Today, when I’m short on resources, each activity is a conscious choice. I’m choosing to have dinner with a friend, then a drink with another consultant, instead of going to bed early. Tomorrow, I’m choosing to turn down an invitation so I can go home and resume my research into magick that non-mages can feel. Each is a conscious choice, and each one makes me happy.
And all these choices are making me realize how often I fail to consciously decide, and how often that makes me lose a day, and how my life would probably be better if I’d been consciously choosing for the past 6 months. So, that’s a new project for me: Consciously choose what I do each day. Look for a follow-up on that in the coming weeks.If you liked this post, consider visiting my current blog at mikesententia.com.