Category Archives: Self Improvement

Feast of the Assumption: Both an End and a Beginning

She is a true “Inner Plane Adept” and “Ascended Mistress,” thus it is proper to place her before the new initiate’s eyes – on this day of her triumph over the physical plane’s limitations – as an example and guide as we go forth in the path toward our own spiritual victory. Continue reading

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Why Cutting Dead Weight Is Good for You

Recognizing and cutting your dead weight is an important part of choosing your path wisely. Continue reading

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Lent, Fasting, and Abstinence

Fasting is known the world over as a powerful spiritual practice. What is it and how does it apply for Catholic Magicians? Continue reading

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Candlemas and the Eternal Law

It is the Eternal Law that enables us to overcome the Laws of Nature. Continue reading

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Why Dogma Can Be Good for Spirituality

Knowing what you truly believe is the first step toward growing as a person. Continue reading

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The Spiritual Wisdom of Homemade Potato Chips

The kitchen is a place where much spiritual wisdom can be found, because a kitchen is effectively a laboratory. Continue reading

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You Are the Magic Circle

The idea of “the magic circle” is a constant in historical magic. It’s used to delineate an operating area, used as a means for containment or protection for the magician, and the vast majority of magical designs feature the circle in some way or other. Continue reading

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