During my long years of occult and metaphysical studies, I have been fortunate enough to be mostly surrounded by people who believe in the Three-fold Law. This represents a belief in karmic repercussions for everything we do x 3. If you do good, it will return to you in multiples of the same. Equally for the bad you do.
This is a healthy law to abide by because it’s common sense. If people could see with their physical eyes just how connected we are to each other, it would (hopefully) make instant sense to everyone.
Sadly, I have also come across people who do not believe in this Law. These are the people who are part of the problem rather than the solution… and the really sad part is that they are not even aware of it because they buy into the illusion of separation to such a high degree that they a) think they can get away with it and b) don’t see the global damage they do.
Some of these people don’t even practise magic consciously. Instead they unconsciously support factory farming with the buying power and curse their neighbours by spreading gossip about them, just to name a couple of examples of the things that sleeping humans do.
Every thing you do, deliciously divine being that you are, is an act of magic. Every thought you think and every word you speak impacts every other living being. All your acts are either part of the problem or part of the solution.
The Tarot Magician reminds us of this power. He can be either a practitioner of the Dark Arts, serving only his ego… or he can be a Servant of the Light.
The difference is made up of two components: a) setting the intent to serve the Light and b) disciplining the mind enough to be ABLE to serve the light.
Which side are you on… and when will you start your regular meditation practice?
Love and Blessings,
Lisa Frideborg (click the link to order a reading or book a healing session)
Today’s tarotized quote was inspired by The Magician from the beautiful Gilded Tarot Royale by Ciro Marchetti.