Reaching inner peace is a journey that takes time and effort, but it is one that is well worth the effort. Combining humanistic approaches and magick into Humanistic Magick can be a powerful way to unlock inner peace and wellbeing.
In this article we explore how humanistic approaches can be combined with magick to start the journey to inner peace and living a life of joy and fulfilment.
The Solstice is a celebration of what the Sun is up to and we can use this, and the characteristics of the Sun as a symbol representing “the self”, to make the Solstice all about ourselves!
Here we share some ideas for celebrating the Solstice, plus a massive 50% discount code for our Magick Discovered course. Did you know it’s giftable? Well it is, perfect for our Buy Now, Do It When You Can approach if you think this course would make a good present for someone you know. Click the link.
Our Humanistic Magick is rooted in personal growth and change and this is why we find Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs so useful. The pyramid structure, so often attributed to Maslow, is a useful framework to visually connect wants and needs with magick.
Click the link to find out a bit more about how we use this famous triangle in magick.
Meditation is a kind of quiet practise where a certain amount of time and effort is dedicated in order to pay special attention to a meditation object. But why?
What is the point of meditation and what does it have to do with magick? In this article we explore a couple of types of meditation and try to connect the ‘why bother?’ not only to magickal practise but also why it matters generally. Click the link!
Sometimes magick can be religious, sometimes not at all. But magick really ought to have a central philosophy, belief or structure that holds everything together. Even if that belief is to have set structure!
A central philosophy of ours has influenced key Humanistic theorists, namely Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers, plus some of Carl Jung’s ideas thrown into the mix. We think our magick is like nobody else’s. We call it Humanistic Magick.
Click the link to find out a bit more about how we define magick in this way.