The true nature of time is that it is multidimensional. There are not one but many lanes of time running ahead from the present into the future. All future events are probable and you can affect which probable event manifests with your mind. To do so, you only need to concentrate on the desired outcome of an event. Your mental energy would act to skew the probability of that event happening. This follows the principle of reality being altered to match expectation. By simply concentrating, you can create reality.
In quantum theory, any system may be described in terms a wave-function which is made up of a complex superposition of waves, the squared amplitude of each being related to the probability of an individual event occurring. The complete wave-function describes all possible outcomes of that system. Thus the wave-function of a coin-toss will describe the outcomes of heads or tails, with the amplitude of each being equal to the square-root of the fifty percent probability of either turning out as a head or a tail.
The problem is that this wave-function describes all the outcomes at once, whereas conscious experience tells us that we will observe only one outcome. This naturally led to the idea that conscious observation somehow affects the system, causing the wave-function to ‘collapse’ into one specific state, which the one we experience. This means that consciousness can actually choose, to some extent, which outcome actually occurs. This is a process which is very much like the concept of psychokinesis.
Even though we can affect reality with our mind, we may not always be successful in influencing events to turn out the way we intend them to. Nothing is guaranteed from a moment to moment basis although certain events may be guaranteed in their finality. Each time we seek to do intention-manifestation or magical work, we are working with probable outcomes, and the desire one may or may not happen as we wish. We only have to do our best in setting our intent and sending the right energies to create.
Man often makes the mistake of becoming too sure of himself when he has achieved a streak of success and feels like he is finally in control of his world. The truth is that control is an illusion, and we can only direct what we wish to happen and let go of the process. The moment we feel we have finally attained true control, that is when our life seems to turn topsy turvy to shift everything out of balance once again. According to the principle of rhythm, nothing is fixed and everything is constantly in fluctuation.
What we can do is to call upon the divine power in everything we do and never ever think that things are finally stable in the way they are going. Things may be good for some time and then suddenly go the other way, even when we are deliberate creators of our reality. The difference is that we seek to direct things to go in our way more often than not. But this world is still chaotic and chaos will always enter into our lives from time to time. But if good things can turn bad, bad things can also turn out good.
Sometimes spells work, sometimes they do not. Sometimes prayers produce results. Sometimes they do not. Nothing is infallible. Death is inevitable. What we do with our lives is a matter of as much choice as we can muster, given the limitations of genetics, circumstance, and happenstance. But what matters is that prayers and intent do work at times and as long as we use them, we have more power to create what we want than not using them. Keep using more of that which might work than not at all.
Most people know that skill or giftedness enters into magical successes, that timing is important, that traditional natural ingredients are preferred, and that personal will and an outpouring of spiritual energy are crucial. But even when everything is done with the strongest of intentions and best of timing and authentic ingredients by a worker of great skill or giftedness, there is still no guarantee of success. It is wonderful when we have a string of successes, but sometimes things may not work for quite a while.
Even the greatest golfer sometimes loses. He sometimes loses extensively. No one says that golf is a game of random chance or that the greatest is a fraud just because he cannot win every game. It is the same with magic. Sometimes the environment works well in your favor and other times it doesn’t. This is according to the principle of rhythm. But the good news is things never stay negative for too long, and sometimes when you think something is supposed to turn out negative, it turns out good instead.
Learn to expect nothing more from magic than an improvement of your odds. You will sometimes score a startling win or an almost impossible success, but not always. Most people who work with magic on a regular basis think of it as an edge, not as a certain win. But an edge is all you need to make the difference between winning and losing. It is better to have an edge than none at all. To give up using something because it doesn’t work all the time is foolishness. Change tactics but do not stop all of it …
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