This week I only got a couple questions, but they were interesting ones. One question that was asked was if you try to sublimate negative possibilities via lucid dreams, you also risk losing positive situations attached to the negative possibility. Is there a way to keep the positive possibility while getting rid of the negative situation?
I’ll admit that I don’t use lucid dreaming for this kind of work, but I do have a process I use where I create a field of probabilities, with one in particular representing the possibility I want to manifest into my life. Instead of choosing to experience the negative possibilities, I remove them from the field of probability by turning them into potential energy that feeds into the one possibility I want to manifest. That possibility contains what I want to manifest, which can include all those good situations. I figure I’m not missing anything if I’m creating the reality I want to live in as opposed to avoiding realities I don’t want to live in.
The next question: What are your thoughts on materializing aura into tangible forms (also known as flaring energy constructs)?
I’d call this a glamour, because that’s what I think when I’ve done energy manipulation along those lines. I’d never heard of the term flaring before the question was asked, but it essentially involves causing a visible materialization of subtle energy. Whenever I do a professional speaking engagement, I manipulate my aura to actually light up and also to draw people toward me, what I call a glamour. So I think it is possible. I think it has limited uses, and I’ll admit I mainly use it for the public speaking because it works great to help create an environment where people are engaged in the talk. I’ve never really seen the point of doing anything else with it, because there’s not much else you can do with it.
The Final Question: I’d be interested in hearing of your experiences (if any) with the aggressive sceptic types. Any bullying/ridicule?
I’ve actually had this experience with people in the Occult and Pagan community, as well as the occasional skeptic. In regards to the experiences in the Occult and Pagan communities, its mainly been around my choice to integrate pop culture into magic. Thankfully it’s slackened off for the most part and nowadays people seem more interested in the topic and applying it to their spiritual work. How I dealt them was to write a couple books on the topic and keep doing my own thing.
And once in a while I’ve gotten a visit from an aggressive skeptic. Earlier this summer I had such a person making a pest of himself. He wanted me to prove that magic (the sword and sorcery kind of magic) existed. Sad to say I let him down because I don’t believe in the sword and sorcery kind of magic myself (but if I could throw a fireball, you better believe I would). With those types you’re dealing with people who have a preconceived idea of how they think magic should work. They’ve bought into the Hollywood version of magic and they desperately want it to be real because they feel powerless. They take that feeling of powerlessness out on people by becoming cyber bullies. In that case I simply addressed the question after ignoring him wasn’t working and off he went. It probably also helped that I banned him and found ways to cut down on his ability to contact me. I didn’t want to waste anymore time or energy on the person than I had to.
In my experience you can’t put too much energy toward the skeptics. They want proof, but they aren’t willing to do the work themselves to discover that proof. You’re better off ignoring them or letting them see the hard truth…that the magic they want doesn’t exist. Real magic isn’t parlor tricks, after all.
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