“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” ― Roald Dahl

Is Magic Real?

The word magic derives from a root word that means “to be able, to have power”.
In the present, we might define magic as a supernatural art: an ability to influence, predict, or produce marvels using trickery, sorcery, or supernatural abilities.
The power of magic, however, lies not in our use of power, but in our perception of power. In other words, What we believe we have the capacity to do.
The theme of magic invites us into the space where imagination, dreaming, and faith in the mystery of life, become possible. Magic invites us to be curious about what is not visible to the naked eye; rather, to explore and uncover our sensory capacity for subtle experiences of energy, light, sound and feeling. Magic is therefore evocative: it taps into the otherworldly, creativity, and invites us to go beyond the mundanity of our everyday experience to locate deeper meaning and understanding.
Consider a time when you witnessed a coincidence or miracle, or had a seemingly impossible experience. How can we make sense of these moments? Our analytic brain uses logic to try and explain these events, but it is our hearts and intuition that help us to understand. When guided by intuition, we can act in alignment with our inner knowing. When we listen to that deep internal wisdom that our intuition reveals, our actions, behaviors, and choices suddenly have meaningful connections. When our choices have meaning, they are powerful: intention empowers great people to manifest the seemingly impossible (ahem, Ghandi, MLK, Mandela…) Great intention, accessed through intuition and sourced from inner knowing, empowers us from the inside out. Great intention gives us access to our own inner magic.
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Meditation for Intuition

This meditation will help you tap into your own inner knowledge