Can anyone help me with this.Im really bored with magic but not in a way that i wish to quit it,i only feel really tired and unmotivated by it.Can anyone give me any tips or advice to make me more motivated about magic.
I find it interesting that you put "Dedication tips" as the name of this thread. I thought I was going to read about persons who had dedicated themselves to their path of magic or earth based practice Wicca or any other occult path.
Dedication is an intensely personal thing and signifies that you are ready to take your practice to the next level. It starts you on a path to creating a stronger relationship between you and the spirits, gods, goddesses or entities you work with.
Nearly all beginning Wicca books give suggestions about a Dedication Ritual. Scott Cunningham's book Wicca for the Beginner (I think that is the name, it escapes me and my last copy left the house a while back). There are some newer authors I am sure who cover it. You can also goggle Dedication Rituals and research it that way.
This approach might help you refocus on why you do magic and get you excited again about doing it.
Re: Dedication tips
By: kts Moderator / Adept Mar 02, 2011
Post # 3
Perhaps you mean daily devotions instead of a dedication. Those who have already dedicated their lives to magic have tasks or rituals that they do pretty much everyday. This is because our lives are intertwined with the magical world around us. Some of these actions include but are not limited to lighting a candle and saying a daily prayer, greeting the sun after you wake, welcoming the moon in the evening, thanking the gods before eating a meal (I actually like to say it in my head as I am eating the food) or feeding the earth compost which is a libation or offering for the things the earth has given and will hopefully continue to do. Many who find that their magic is lacking or they have gotten into a funk with their practice benefit form starting a daily action or actions. I have many different daily devotions that I do. The list I gave was just a few of the things I do each day. There are days that I might only get a chance to one of them or none of them depending on the situation but it happens only in extreme conditions. There are also times when I need to make sure I do more daily devotions when my faith is being tested. I strive to be as patient as possible however I am human and have been known to "lose my religion" on occasion.