Thursday, January 26, 2012

Why can’t I heal myself?

So, I am borrowing a computer so I can post this new blog.This one is on why it is so difficult to heal yourself with magic. I have come across this problem a couple of times with magicians looking to heal themselves, really proficient mages at that. Even I have had this problem! So, what is the deal?

The main issue with this is the act of healing itself. Magical healing involves drawing in more vital force then the patient currently has and then filling them with the power along with the intention of life, health and balance. It requires a good deal of vital energy because the body needs this fuel to get back to an even level and it burns most of it up to get there. Depending on the patients level it could demand quite a bit of power to do this. It also requires a magician that has been properly trained, balanced and has removed any negative thoughtforms. With any magic, if you have mental programs running in the background that are antithetical to the work then those programs slip into the magic and cause it to backfire. We will look at this in more depth in another blog.

So, now we have the basics as to how to heal, what is the problem with healing the self? The problem two fold and is this: If you are ill and try to heal yourself you will have a very hard time drawing in enough power to cover the deficiency, so it is like trying to cut your own hair, you just can't reach the spot. The other problem is actually easy to overcome with the right method. The program, if you are sick and trying to heal yourself then the program running in the background is "I am sick." so when you load the intention into the magical force that program slips in and continues to create illness rather then health. Just like trying to do magic for wealth, you are reaffirming poverty as you work towards wealth by the very act of doing the magic. What is needed is to reach a state where your energy reflects health or wealth, by synchronizing your sphere with the force of health your vibration will reproduce the state. A example is being depressed and just telling yourself to be happy while sitting in a dark gloomy place, not going to do it! Go watch some comedies, get out on a sunny day and enjoy nature! By placing yourself in that vibration you start to reflect that vibration.

I bet your hopes for being healed are now sort of dashed. But never fear! This is Justin's magic clinic! We will get this problem fixed right up! Step one: Time. What is required to heal yourself in magic is to over time raise your vibration to higher and higher levels (The Great Work) by doing this your health vibration increases over time so that the lower vibrations are transformed alchemically and no longer do you any harm. This can be done several ways. One is to take an organ at a time and raise its vibration as Bardon suggests in IIH. Later on through doing the same with the Kabbalistic letters as well. Evocation and meditation with angels and archangels also raises your vibrations and these beings reflect a state of perfection which sinks into your being over times as well. Chi kung and meditation in positive natural settings can help as well, this teaches you how to move energy properly and makes your energy system reach a natural and beautiful state.

If you follow the above advice you will notice that you will reach greater levels of health and vitality. Sadly though, some things will stick with you. They may get better but will be there for the long haul. An example is my knees. I am a Capricorn and have always have a bad knee and the other one is not so perfect either. Now over time with the above work I have noticed an amazing improvement but now and then it still acts up. Just part of living in the physical world is all. A counter example is my eyes. For the longest time I had poor vision, I was near sighted. I did months of vital force work on them, did the Bardon eye baths, filled them with light and just did good old fashioned magic work on them. The eye doctor noticed a slight improvement. Still it was not a miracle heal. I kept on though. Then one day, we came into a few thousand dollars out of the blue. Besides putting it as a nice down payment on a car it occurred to me to get eye surgery. I did and now have even better then 20/20 vision. This is one of the ways magic works. You put the intention out and by natural means a solution presents itself. So, just because it seems that a solution presents itself that is totally mundane do not discount it.

That is all for now! Until Next time, good magic to you!

27 comments:

  1. you come back with a amazing post!
    Yeahh!
    thanks justin!

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  2. Thanks for posting, That's why I couldn't get rid of my cold, ironically I did cut my hair around the same time. It's great that you are back, always insightful posts.
    Thanks Justin

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  3. I'm happy you are back too! A question you define yourself as a cerimonial magician or bardon magician. Just to know better your magickal style if you don't mind

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  4. Thanks! I will post a new one saturday. I define myself simply as a magician. For a while i was ceremonial, then Bardon, then ceremonial and ecclectic using Spare and other systems. Finally, i started using what i felt worked for me. So i am a Justin magician now hahaha

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  5. Waiting for Saturday. Good to see your computer finally up and running again.

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  6. What about... organ regeneration stuff? Is it hard to pull off???

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  7. That would be quite a feat, the human body is not programmed that way genetically to regenerate. So a mage capable of such a feat would be quite powerful.

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  8. Actually you have not said anything new. It sounds like you are advocating hypnotism. It is an old technique. The bardon technique of breathing energy into each organ is ok. My view is this would the bardon technigue be of any use for a person that never went through the previous bardon steps? I mean if a nonmagician looks at your post and tries to breath energy into each organ would it still work??

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  9. What you say is true! I will post a blog soon on how to work with healing energies then. Thanks for pointing that out.

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  10. Sooo... can magic cure baldness?

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  11. Well, I have never used it to do so, therefore I cant say yes or no. But I have seen magic fix much worse ailments then baldness. So yes, I would say it can.

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    1. If you can give me some leads I would be very happy :D

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  12. Well besides the above exercises, try invoking famed people of hair, Samson maybe? Then be sure it is not a gentetic thing. If everyone in your family had hair issues then you may have to get medical treatments. Check vitamin issues I know a lack of iron can cause hair loss. Once you have done all that be aware that the solution may be grafts or some other solution where money may come to you as an opportunity to fix the problem.

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  13. Hey Justin, have you tried any supplements for your knees? Glucosamine and Chondroitin, fish oil, MSM,
    Vitamin C for all connective tissues (at least 1gram per day) Also there is an herb called Cissus Quadrangularis and many bodybuilders and weight lifters swear by the stuff :) Some have had pain for years and it either totally removed it or put it down to a 2 or 1 on a scale from 1 to 10. Good luck and thanks again.

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  14. I have taken some joint health pills that made horses gag for a while and they were ok. Not to promote a brand of shoe but i found these shoes, Thomas Macan I think its spelled and wow, they really make a difference! Have not really had much of an issue since really!

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  15. Hi Justin! Been enjoying your blog for about a month now and gleaning much from it. It's a huge relief to be able to have a good chuckle at myself and my foibles as I grow and learn. I've been working the Bardon System since October 2011, and even the personal results on Step 1 never ceases to amaze. I too grew up the X-tian system. Evangelical/Charismatic to be precise. Miracles and the supernatural were bandied about and chased after in a never-ending cycle of the search for relief. So you can imagine my confusion, consternation, and horror at finding myself paralyzed from the neck down due to a serious spinal cord injury at the age of 16.

    After 6 years in the church ministry, much began to unravel for me and I began a search. Judaism, Agnosticism, Paganism, New-Age, and even a perceived ET experience... after 11 years I discovered Hermetics via Rosicrucian work, and finally Bardon. I feel so much peace and as I begin to unravel all the mental BS the joy of just knowing WHAT to do has moved me forward.

    However, I know that if I am honest with myself, I deeply want to walk. I am a ways from practicing any kind of ritual, but even now I am trying to find ways to physically adapt to the work. I live with my brother who is working the Bardon system too so he is a great help. For a long time I was very concerned my current state would hinder development and I desperately wanted develop my abilities so I could walk.

    This blog was much needed. It relieved a lot of pressure and fear. I'm learning a sort of 'Proactive Being' and Divine Providence meets me in the middle.

    Thanks for being the teacher when the student was ready!

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  16. Sounds as if you have had quite a journey so far! I am glad My blogs can help in some way, that is the whole reason I do this. So thank you! I would like to point you in the direction of Dr. Steven Hawkings, this man has little ability to move at all. Yet he can in his imagination explore the universe, and transform the views of the entire scientific community. Just think if he developed his will and worked magic. Never think for a second that your situation prevents you from living a full gratifying and magical life.
    Good magic to you!

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  17. Thanks Justin! My name is Caleb btw, and your response here brings me deep blessing. I've been listening to some Christopher Hyatt interviews at the inspiration of some of your other postings. Fantastic stuff.

    On physical obstacle I'm facing right now is a slight quandry. Any ideas would be welcome. Because I move, balance, and work with limited muscle movement/strength in my arms and upper body I depend on a very small portion of my body to do the work that most people have their whole body to do for them.

    This causes fatigue. I lay down to meditate, I fall asleep, I do it sitting up, dizziness and shortness of breath ensue. I'm finding a balance, but is the an activity that can stimulate blood flow I can do while meditating?

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  18. Hey Caleb! I recommend paranayama. Do some research on the yogic method and begin practicing, adding it to your regular training. It was designed to keep the mind active and focused, as well as the blood oxygenated. That should help!

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  19. Thanks! On a side note... Hyatt's concept on the myth of free-will is most eye-opening. Isn't it interesting how the most "painful" revelations bring the most relief? What I do find interesting is that on the surface it seems to conflict with Bardon, but digging deeper, particularly in the 2nd book, his description of the reincarnation process dovetails well with Hyatt's writings.

    If you ever feel inspired to blog about free will I'd be interested in your thoughts! Of course I realize we're not ordering off your mental menu! LOL ...but it would be cool!

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  20. No, I never really checked Hyatt's ideas on free will out. I can post something though, maybe tuesday :)

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  21. Justin, why not speak of fluids?

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    1. It was sort of tossed in there by mentioning IIH work, Kabbalah, Chi kung, alchemy and the invocation work. All of these get you working with the fluids.

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