Finding inner peace through Humanistic Magick

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.

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Guided Meditation: The Silent Letter

This guided meditation is a technique from gestalt therapy to work through thoughts and emotions.

The ‘silent letter’ provides an opportunity to focus on expressing thoughts about an unresolved issue, in a safe space.

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Using tarot cards to uncover inner strength

Tarot cards have been used as an amazing tool to uncover hidden truths and gain greater insight into the subconscious. The tarot acts like a mirror, reflecting back all that hidden knowledge buried.

This is why we believe that tarot cards can provide a unique and powerful way for individuals to uncover their inner strength when faced with challenges. It’s all in there and this article can give some pointers as to how to do this. Click the link!

Guided Meditation: Sleep visualisation

We will be running another three part series of interconnected meditations throughout the Holiday period to tackle sleeplessness.

This is part three. This guided meditation is a visualisation in order to give a busy mind something else to do at bedtime.

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Guided Meditation: Body Scan and Switching Off

We will be running another three part series of interconnected meditations throughout the Holiday period to tackle sleeplessness.

This is part two. This guided meditation is a body scan technique to switch off the body and bring focused attention to different parts of the body in order to give that busy mind something else to do at bedtime.

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Guided Meditation: Retrace the day

We will be running another three part series of interconnected meditations throughout the Holiday period to tackle sleeplessness.

This is part one. This guided meditation is a technique to retrace the day’s activities, bring focused attention to recalling all the step by step actions that happened in the day, to give that busy mind something else to do to wind down at bedtime.

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Guided Meditation: Challenging Negative Automatic Thoughts

Negative thoughts are conscious or subconscious thoughts that occur in response to everyday events. We can challenge negative thoughts by looking at them from a distance and reviewing the substance behind those thoughts.

Guided Meditation: In This Moment

Being ‘in the moment’ means focusing on just one thing. This might be a conversation, a task or simply just sitting without wanting to be somewhere else.

Being in the moment allows us to connect with all there is to experience around us and allows us to be more present in life.

Click the link to get this ‘no music’ meditation and spend 30 minutes being in the moment.

Using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in magick

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.

Guided Meditation: Release confidence blocks

Many of us form blocks about our abilities and skills. We question whether we are good enough. These questions and blocks can then become limiting beliefs. By accessing where these beliefs came from, we can challenge them.

This guided meditation aims to do just that. Click the link, now.

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