We are capable of producing tremendous amounts of energy. In magic, we transfer some of this energy to other purpose. We raise personal power, we focus that power on a goal and we release it to bring that goal into manifestation.
It’s a simple process:
☆ Stand or sit comfortably. Breathe deeply as you concentrate on the change - the result, not the means, not the problem - you are about to make.
☆ Visualize your goal - imagine it as if it already is done.
☆ Raise personal power by increasing your awareness of your body and tightening your muscles.
☆ Focus that power with a goal through visualization of your clearly-defined end result.
☆ Consciously release that power from your body toward the completion of what you desire - visualize it as it speeds away to create the change you need.
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- Dated: 19th century
- Culture: Nepalese or North Indian
- Medium: steel
- Measurements: 26 1/2” overall with a 21” blade that is 4 1/2” wide at the tip and 3/8” thick at the back edge
This is a large and heavy Kora sword from Nepal or Northern India. These unusual weapons were used both in battle and for animal sacrifice ceremonies. The finely forged blade is sharp on the concave side and comes to a thick and massive tip for a very powerful cut. The fullered blade has a very thick back edge and the “eye” has slight red fill in the background. The handle is made of steel.
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