Magic is all fun little experiments and spooky games until you really need it one day. It’s good to have a devotional practice, and we should all say our prayers, but sometimes you gotta pull out the big guns and work some real Magic (with a capital ‘M’).
The ancient grimoires are full of magic for very practical concerns: love, money, sex, power, favor from kings, and so on. Our most ancient magic called upon the seasons and the spirits of animals so that we could feed ourselves and, eventually, grow wealthy.
“Results driven magic” means magic that attempts to create specific, measurable changes that can be tracked and assessed after-the-fact, so that you can learn from your attempts and improve over time.
Without some kind of a system for keeping track of your spells and rituals it’s too easy to forget the work you’ve done or to look at the outcome through rose-tinted glasses. However, it’s all good to say it and another thing to actually do it…which depends on how you personally structure your spells and rituals.
In this episode I’m going to share some of the lessons I learned on my way to getting my magic work work consistently, tips on how to set up your spells and rituals to make them easier to evaluate, and when and how layer on additional magic to get the outcomes you want.
Tune in for the 20th episode of The Postmugglism Podcast, a deep dive into the most practical of magical subjects: how to become more effective at driving results with magic.