We talk a lot about humanistic magick as a concept. Such as how we make use of humanistic counselling concepts in our magickal practise. One concept that crops up all over the place in our magick, is empathy. Not just being empathic, but everyday empathy.
Empathy is a huge part of everyday day life, and it’s building these skills that can be so valuable for magickal practise.
This week’s article is exploring developing empathy in the non-magickal world as a starter for building this skill.
We talk a lot about humanistic magick as a concept. For example, how we make use of humanistic counselling concepts in our magickal practise, including Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
This week’s article is exploring the overlaps between self-actualisation, and its applicability to magickal practise to deepen spiritual growth.
Click the link to find out how greater levels of self-awareness, self-acceptance, and personal growth in your magickal journey, can help you to unlock your full potential and achieve greater spiritual growth.
We are school for people who want to learn the philosophy and art of affecting intended change through unseen causes. This is how we define magick. But what is the benefit to practising magick?
Our philosophy is one we call humanistic magick because we feel that magick can be a powerful tool for personal growth and development. What else can magick give?
This week’s article aims to highlight the real world benefits magickal practise can offer. So whether you believe in magick or not, there will hopefully be something you can take away. Just click the link!
Nobody questions whether expanding your mind, improving your finances or your social influence by going to university or work is selfish. Is using magick for personal gain selfish? We try and unpack whether using magick for personal gain is morally questionable. Warning: This post contains spoilers from TV shows that are over 20 years old (it makes us weep to say that when 1998 was only, like, 5 years ago…)