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Bob Makransky's Magical Sampler

smack dab in the middle of the action, taking primary enjoyment from being in the scene
that unfolds around you, rather than standing back and watching at a distance. Whereas
normal daydreaming is a means of escaping from the rigors of life, creative visualization
entails knowing that you called your outer circumstances to you for some reason; and
knowing that you can also change that reason if only you don’t lose sight of (feeling for)
the ultimate goal. It means reaching out to probable realities in which there is joy, no
matter how improbable they may seem at the moment, rather than to ones which will only
reinforce your self-pity
Creative visualization is a way of cutting across all those endless circles of doubt
and feeling sorry for yourself, by taking primary joy in the act of visualization itself. It’s
like playing with an imaginary companion: a child who has an imaginary companion
doesn’t care if it’s real or not – he or she just has fun with it in the now moment. And
that’s the attitude you must bring to creative visualization – take primary pleasure in
imagining it happening right now, rather than worrying about whether or not it will
actually come true in some future.
The secret of creative visualization is to convince yourself that what you are
wishing for is already true, and you’re just hanging around for a few minutes in the
waiting room while the universe finds it and hands it to you. To visualize a desire as if it
were already achieved means to imagine it happening in the here and now, as if it were
taking place in front of you. You mustn’t set up any contradictory agendas such as, “In
the event that this creative visualization doesn’t work for me then I’ll do this other thing.”
You have to put all your eggs in one basket, in the probable reality in which your desires
come true. The more energy you can bring to bear upon your desire, the faster you’ll
start seeing results. But be patient: Rome wasn’t built in a day.
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White Witchcraft:
Channeling Spirit Guides
Glendower: “I can call spirits from the vasty deep.”
Hotspur: “Why, so can I, or so can any man;
But will they come when you do call for them?”
Henry IV, Part I
Like that character from Moliere who was delighted to learn that he’d been
speaking prose all along and never knew it, each and every one of us is channeling all the
time; and the only difference between “professional” psychics and mediums and the rest
of us is that the psychics are aware of what they’re doing – they make a special point of
(call special attention to) a completely natural process that everybody already knows how
to do. Everyone has spirit guides who talk to them constantly; however, most people
 
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