Magic is no mystery. It has been discussed and described for millenia. I would say that my opinions about this are favorable, though, I myself do not practice a magical path. I have, however, seen particular results in my past during a slight application of mental influence upon another. This is only a tidbit; I have, in my youth influenced another, but today, I am not interested because of the risks of trying to impress others of a willful application.
As for the topic, now finished due to the entry of a new month, January, I am not divulging any evidence. I have witnessed other folks in their applied "magic". Simply, it is a form of willpower, that can be used on another. That is why I don't practice.
The topic of this AOM is about a perspective of development throughout the ages. Magic is the DEFAULT position for folks to apply for power and agency. I will not engage in any agency whatsoever. The risk of personal danger is too high.
However, this new perspective allows for a viewpoint that is both compelling and instructive of a time before civilization developed it's Rules of conduct, which often over-ruled any magical practices. It is definitely evident that it is a dangerous course to take, since willpower is required to advocate a return on investment in the practice.
I cannot risk any sideline behavior in such practices. I like a simpler lifestyle.
That's enough from me.
The virtue of a highly evolved being embraces all people and things and dispels the darkness which isolates them.
Hua Hu Ching-primary lesson.
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