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Magic(k) -.-
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Are there certain standards that something must meet to be considered magic(k)? For example, A child making a wish on their birthday candles. They are wishing, and putting some amount of energy into it...but is it magic(k)?
Generally we think of spells when we hear 'magic(k)', but are there not things which are magical that aren't spells? Like the changing of seasons, or an undying hope. So, my question is, what is to too 'small' to be considered magic(k)? Is there any thing to 'small' to be considered magic(k)al in nature?

Opinions, please.
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Re: Magic(k) -.-
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Post # 2

i feel everything can be magick, if we know it to be and we let it be

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Post # 3
I would say this is a highly subjective issue. For instance, I might consider prayer a form of magic, however it's unlikely a fundamentalist Church would agree with me. In regards to whether an act can be too small to be called magic, in my opinion something is either magic or it is not.
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I personally believe that everything is magick. Every motion a person does, every thought a person thinks, and every word a person speaks causes some magick. The difference is the focus and will a person puts into each one. Now a days most people are focused on one task while working on another, which is why they affect the world little to none. There thoughts that they can't affect the world in a sub-conscience level also affects there magickal abilities. Well that's just my thoughts.
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It is my personal belief that any ritual, small or large, simple or elaborate, can be magickal. As long as one BELIEVES that what they are doing is special, it is, and I consider it magick. For example, if someone is just going through the motions when they are blowing out birthday candles, it is just that - a simple motion. However if they BELIEVE that it means something, and they treat it as they would any other specia ritual (a rite of passage, in my opinion. Putting your past behind you and facing a new tomorrow wiser, stronger, and closer to your goal, whatever it may be) then it is considered magick. You could be doing something as traditionally magickal as a Samhain ritual, but if you don't believe it is special... it isn't magick. Magick takes one's heart and mind to believe what you are doing to be magick for it to be so.
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Magick is natural. Practicing magick is natural. We as magickal practioners see the natural world through it's underlying ebb and flow of energy and spirit, so in that way the seasons would be magickal.

We need not learn it to use magick everyday of our lives but some ignore, deny, or are blind to see all that is magick. For instance, a child having a pretend tea party is a thoughtform of the "invisible" tea and cakes. Don't you remember as a child being able to taste the tea? We either discard the magick we naturally use, seeing it as the "adult" thing to do. Or we continue to embrace it. I embraced it and can still taste the tea in my daughter's tea parties. =)
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I would say if it has intent, has energy and focus put into it, is meant to change something, and utilizes visualization, that it is magic. That is just my opinion on the question :)
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