It's not hard to live a magickal life, though it, admittedly, does require some effort. Here are three simple things that anyone can do to greatly increase the flow of magick in their life.
Make it part of your daily practice. If something is truly important to you, you'll make time for it in your life. And making a place for it each day not only shows your commitment and dedication, but the repetition of doing magick each and every day not only makes it habitual and an ingrained part of your routine, but it heightens your abilities. Seems obvious, doesn't it: the more you consciously do magick the easier it becomes and then magick becomes more apparent in your life.
Live Seasonally. Be aware of the changes going on in the world around you and live your life accordingly. Eat foods that are in season, your season (e.g. more sprouts and seeds in the Spring; leafy greens and fruits in the Summer; whole grains and veggies in the Autumn; squash, root veggies, and dried/canned goods throughout the Winter.) Spend as much time as you can outside just breathing and just being. Participate in seasonal activities, gardening is a great example of this!
Pay attention. Slow down and take notice of the little things you normally miss. What signs is the Universe showing you? What messages do your Gods have for you? These are things that can only be noticed when we stop and allow ourselves to truly be aware of what's going on around us. Paying attention allows us to become aware of the subtle patterns that exist in our lives, patterns that can indicate where we need to make changes within ourselves, when we're on track, and when to expect the unexpected.
Throwing the Bones
Whether you're struggling with something spiritually or in everyday life, bone divination can highlight areas where focus is needed and identify alternative ways forward.
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