I bid you hello, fellow magicians! I am Thril_Flex, a long-time fan of mysticism and magicka (am I using that word correctly?) I have always been fascinated with acts of alteration and mysticism, magic in general. From casting balls of fire to talking to faes and fairies, I've always had an interest in it.
Me, I prefer the study of White magic, being a very lighthearted fellow and naturally willing to help and heal. (I know White Magic doesn't necessarily focus entirely on healing but I know that healing is part of it so...erh.)
Also recently discovered I'm apparently an "indigo child" or "Star Child" as some people refer to it. I read the checklist, and I've noticed that essentially all of those things point to me.
Tell me, aside from the norm, what is it like living life with magic as an every day thing? Is it hard, easy? Is it weird, or fascinating? What do other normal (or at the very least, unaware) people think of us/our practices? I'm aware that MANY! religions frown at magic in general especially Catholics and Christians, but from my perspective, if God created everything, he created all types of magic, its beliefs and what it does, so it must not be entirely wrong?