How to maintain one’s mental health

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This is going to be a mainstream article; in this, as the header states, I shall be covering how to see to one’s mental health as in keeping yourself psychologically healthy overall the same way you do simple things to keep yourself physically healthy.

1. Meditation; this simply involves calming your mind down and trying as hard as possible, without straining yourself, to silence your mind and to tell yourself either verbally out loud or if not an option in your mind, that you are calm and relaxed etc.
Empty yourself from all your thoughts and try to thrive during this exercise on nothingness. You’ll see that doing this even once a day will make you a lot calmer and stress-free.

2. Massages; getting a relax-massage, the type where calm, soothing music is playing in the background will do wonders and you’ll feel relaxed and calmer mentally; the appropriate frequency can be 1 to 2 times a week.

3. Introspection; being alone whether it’s outdoor or indoors will also help a lot and go a long way for one’s mental health, especially if you’re someone that is surrounded by people or general congestion. Being able to retreat to a place where there is none of that & have access to privacy where you can “do, say and act as you please” is golden.

4. Music; Listening to your favorite kind of music (undisturbed) will generally provide you with a sense of ease and calmness needed to prevent yourself from “flipping out & losing it”.

5. Long inhales & exhales; breathing in & out deeply will help in relieving stress, simple yet effective. Combined with #1, even better.

6. Vegetation; surrounding yourself with vegetation will help a lot as well- e.g. indoor plants that have detoxifying properties will aid in clearing the air & consequently, make you mentally healthier.

7. Nudity; being nude isn’t something that should be underestimated- your clothes in general constrict your body, and as a result you don’t take in as much air, and therefore (astral) energy (in ref. to breathing earlier). Walk nude around your living area (all the while keeping it private of course, and unseen by others) and go about your day, and you’ll see how much better you’ll feel (in general) after half a day even, let alone longer- I’d recommend doing so once a week in addition to the aforementioned points.

 

The occult merit of Exorcism

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I’ll be discussing the merit of exorcisms, and how credible they are- what makes it work and not work, and so on.

The loose definition of an exorcism is the removal or dismissal of an entity (usually malevolent) from the host body, whether the host be a living being (e.g. a human) or an inanimate object (e.g. a rock); the exorcist is the one doing the removing. The classical idea of this is as the cover art for this article and video displays, a religious figure (e.g. priest) being trained in the art of doing so, and being called upon to help. For extensive information, see here.

The reason this form of de-possession works (when it does), is because of two reasons:

1. Self-belief; fate & conviction (even blind convictions) equal energy needed. 
2. A ritual or likewise action/words/phrases that have power to them, generally due to repeated usage. 

It is these two combinations that in most cases help out the exorcist, and NOT “God” or divine intervention (keep in mind that exceptions exist to this rule). See video below for more information:

The occult & material attributes

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One might ask themselves whether it matters what race you are, as well as other attributes e.g. religious background, beliefs in rel. to spirituality, educational level, social class or standing and so on.

Answer is No; it doesn’t matter in general who you are what you are- the occult doesn’t discriminate in the same way a bullet being fired at you doesn’t, the result or outcome will be the same. Spiritual energy doesn’t care about any of the aforementioned, and neither do spirits; rarely will a spirit turn one down for his ethnicity or otherwise.

So no worries, you can be white (caucasian) and work with spirits from the Voodoo pantheon per example, or with the Islamic Jinn etc, etc; As for the other mentioned attributes, ditto (same applies)- The only time when it’ll play a factor is if you yourself are a magickal practitioner and restrict yourself to a certain thought pattern or are skeptical from the get-go. As with everything, belief in oneself and one’s own abilities is crucial to success.

Mainstream vs Pagan

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In this article I’ll be discussing the difference between mainstream religions and pagan religions; so what they’re about and how practical they are to one’s life.

Mainstream first- why does the average person in general not go to church (regardless of religion)? Because “it” doesn’t work, the religion doesn’t offer any progress in one’s life, let alone salvation; going to church and praying doesn’t improve one’s life and shows no real benefit (this is a figure of speech, since reportedly the majority of mankind is religiously affiliated). This is plain and simply because the majority of mainstream religious establishments are largely nothing more than corporations, intent on power through religious indoctrination under the guise of “salvation”. They don’t care about spiritual guidance.

Paganism lastly- why do people that want to become genuinely religious lean more & more towards paganism, or better said people that want help of an esoteric nature? The last thing someone like that would do, generally, is seek out help from the aforementioned (mainstream). Because of its practical value; people want results, period. Results which paganism at least sometimes/partially provides. Results that are of a practical nature, e.g. money, health etc. Also good to note that a good deal of history’s empires or civilizations followed esotericism, rather than “textbook” religion.

Other notable differences are that mainstream is monotheistic, whereas paganism is polytheistic. Which one is better? Obviously, esotericism or paganism is better than mainstream religion.

Atheism/Agnosticism (in the occult)

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One might wonder what role Atheism & Agnosticism play in the occult; so what place do they have, if any? The answer in short is, within the occult as well as in general: None- it is illogical and has no merit.

The reason for that is plain and simply that the world exists on a spiritual foundation, and therefore making the claim that all that exists is the material is wrong, period. This can be pointed out by the fact that, as the saying “It is out of the immaterial that the material has come forth” goes, the material and tangible is a consequence of the immaterial or ethereal. A person wouldn’t be alive if His astral body were to leave him, he’d drop dead as a matter of fact. When you speak as a living being (a person), your consciousness and everything that makes you aware of your own existence is due to your soul & astral body, NOT your physical body; the latter is nothing more that flesh that you occupy in order to manifest in the physical world.

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This concept applies to everything one can see in the world we live and exist in; to a well-versed occultist (like me) it’s common knowledge & obvious- not to the average person. The tree of life within the kabbalah is an excellent example, as the basic concept of it teaches that everything in existence makes its way from God to the material world, so the mental leads into the astral and then into the physical.

Notion/Concept ——> Thought ——> Physical Reality

 

Success requires hard work

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Success requires hard work, and it does like no other; we, unfortunately, live in a world where people are superficial and disposable even in some cases, bluntly put. People think that success, accomplishment & all the good things that can come to a person just “falls out of the sky” which is an idiotic notion to say the least.

This applies to everything in life (especially the Occult), anything that is worth doing is going to be hard, and everyone wants to benefit but no one wants to carry the horrific weight and burden(s) that need to be dealt with in order to reach the finish line.

Do you think that Bill Gates or Steve Jobs managed to do what made them rich & famous overnight? Think again. Get rich quick schemes are too good to be true, literally (in general). Even yours truly has been through all of this in order to get where He is; the sheer amount of adversity, devotion & dedication is what it takes to get to what you see today on my website & channel.

So don’t forget:

No Pain, No Gain

Does sports (horary) Astrology have merit?

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For those that are unfamiliar with the header, Sports Horary is a term that loosely refers to using horary astrology to predict the outcome of sporting events and matches. Simply looking it up will give you a list of sites that describe how to do so. Most people that can think further will brush it off as a get-rich quick scheme, which is the case in general indeed. But does it have merit, at least in theory? Yes.

I have done extensive research into this matter as an occultist; as a beginner, in my “younger” occult years (when I only just got started) I made the same mistakes and had the same idiotic way of thinking that you see the aforementioned sites make.
Then, after a few years (recently) I was prompted to look into it again and I came up with a method that does work for successfully predicting the outcome of events where 2 teams/individuals face off against each other; the only drawback is that it’s not foolproof and has a 4 out of 5 success ratio (80%), so to speak.

Why don’t I use it for myself? For a number of reasons:

  1. I’m the “all or nothing” type; it’s either everything or nothing.
  2. The further I progressed in developing a foolproof method to accomplish this, the less logic worked (to my agitation; the ” 2+2=4 ” logic all of a sudden didn’t apply anymore at some point).
  3. The 80% success rate is a wild card and for me, the risk doesn’t outweigh the reward.

 

Anyone that is interested in obtaining this method (obviously not for free) can reach out to me