I have practiced for enough years to know the difference between reality and fantasy, and enough after that to question my previous definitions. I know many things and wish to learn many, many more.
I am currently going through a trying time in my life, however, this is not why I turned to magic. Many years ago, when I was nice and young, I was very spiritually related, and remember this greatly. As I grew up, I drifted away from this, and then, when I was around 11 to 12, I turned to magic to further myself and gain a sense of control over my own world.
As I've traveled from that time, I've gained many insights, much suffering, and lots of love. For me, magic isn't something I just do within a sacred space, nor is it something I just do because it is necessary. Magic, to me, is as necessary as breathing, as important as living, as wonderful as loving. Magic is a thing to trust in and believe in, even if it is only as those wonderful fairytales we read to our children. Magic is bringing a smile to a person's face, thinking kindly on the person who's brought you to harm. Magic is so much more and greater than simple spells, complex rituals, or any of the ilk. Magic is amazing.
Re: Hello from Mesu
By: Mesu / Novice Jun 21, 2013
Post # 3
My natural abilities are, quite simply, in being drawn to this. At different times and through different things I've done, I've found that at one time I will be extremely useless, and at another extremely useful.
My path is something of my own creation based on all the things that I have learned.