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Two excerpts from my book today. The first is the intro to Part 2: Getting Started with Direct Magick:
Direct magick has two main tools: Ethereal software and mental muscles. In Part 2, we’ll set you up with both.
Specifically, we’re going to connect to some ethereal software designed for this book, and learn the very basics of commanding it. Then we’ll use it to awaken a few mental muscles, and learn to engage them at will. If you put in 5-10 minutes a day, it should take 4-8 weeks.
For experienced magick practitioners, you’ll find this takes much less time. But every style of magick uses slightly different mental muscles, so most likely, a few of the mental muscles you’ll need for direct magick are still hibernating. So please follow these exercises to make sure you have all the tools for effective direct magick.
The next couple of chapters cover the basics of using the book’s ethereal software. The next excerpt is the intro to awakening your mental muscles:
So far, we know how to send instructions to ethereal software. And with this, we can ask the ethereal software to send healing energy to someone, cause lucky events to happen, shield us from spirits, and do other useful magick.
But there’s a lot more to magick than sending out our intentions and requests. For energy healing, what if we could receive information about the injury, and help guide the ethereal software to the best healing technique? For manifesting, what if we could receive information about how the event would happen, and adjust the request based on that new information?
And beyond that, what if we could reprogram the ethereal software, adding new capabilities that other mages could use, test, and help us improve? Then we could build a more robust style of magick. That’s one of my reasons for writing this book.
To do all that — to receive information back from the ethereal software, and to add new techniques to its repertoire — we’ll need to awaken your mental muscles. That’s what this chapter is about.
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