Does magic exist? Does it work? Is it a fantasy? These are the most commonly asked questions.

I've been playing with magic a little bit lately, so here are my thoughts on this.

It arises in the exact moment in which it is confronted with the possibility that magic is not merely the protagonist of fantasy films but is a genuine reality and that it does not concern only "medieval superstitions," as many define it, but this is an authentic, natural and also very contemporary circumstance.

Believing or not in magic is primarily a factor of openness, nothing else. The way we are used to thinking gives us the possibility of believing or not in something other than the preconceptions we are used to.

This also depends so much on the circumstance in which we live, living in a very hectic urban context, where people are always busy, it is much more complicated to believe in something as abstract as magic. The life that one lives is so mundane that the idea of something more from what one can materially see is totally ignored.

On the other hand, there are all those who avoid the topic for fear, those who do not talk about it and if they hear the argument they cut it off with phrases like "so much nonsense."

This same people, however, go to church, at least most of them and believing in God, automatically believes in Satan and consequently believes in exorcisms.

But they don't believe in magic.

Surely this is a factor of ignorance precisely because one is led to believe only in what their grandparents and parents believed, without opening their eyes and understanding that in reality, things are not very different.

From here comes the other famous question, does magic work? Certainly, there are many proofs. Those who live in countries to a greater extent have been able to see with their own eyes or have certainly heard their grandparents tell them how warts were eliminated with the help of particular esoteric rituals that were passed down from generation to generation.

This is certainly the most classic example that proves not only that magic exists but that it works. Even today, these benevolent and straightforward esoteric rituals are widespread, rarely go to the doctor for warts.

In particularly in mountainous areas, small villages with traditions that are still very deeply rooted, it is not difficult to find someone who still practices in these small rituals of white magic "the elimination of gnomes" is undoubtedly among the most practiced rituals, so widespread not to cause a sensation.

Even from this simple ritual, you can have proof of how magic is real and very functional, just believe it.

Believing is certainly the first approach to the world of magic, and we must not see the latter as something unnatural, because magic is perhaps one of the most natural things in the world.

By eliminating this preconception, it will be possible to make the magic more and more an element of the everyday world and less and less an occult element.

In a world that is all about materialism, magic, being a subjective art and process, might sound a little bit too fuzzy and surreal.

But, when you face some issues and when you find yourself dealing with inner fights and insecurities, magic can actually be the perfect tool to help you deal with these issues, to help you learn something about yourself and help you find most hidden and intimate desires.

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Author's Bio: 

I’m a personal growth and spiritual practice advocate, a meditation teacher and an expert in the field of meditating with brainwave entrainment/binaural beats technology.