Posts in Magic in the Mundane
Let’s get wild. Let’s get Primal.

If you’re on this journey with me, you have some interest in magic and ritual. I do make ritual kits and host ceremonies every month. Maybe something in you sparks when you hear the word magic, or maybe the old way soothes your soul and wakes up a remembrance dancing unabashedly around a fire. Or maybe I’m wrong, and the whole idea of a ritual is really freaking weird and the whole thing turns you off. Well, I’m here to tell you about the science of this healing magic.

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You Don't Have to Suffer

Right now, I want you to think about your absolute dream life. I’m sure you’ve heard a lot of self-help people tell you to visualize — dream it, then do it. Well, I want to challenge you on something. How do you see yourself getting what you want? Do you see yourself grueling for it? Hustling nonstop? Working your ass off? Grinding all of the time?

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The Sacred Art of the Cosmic Promise

You don’t need to climb a mountain and fast for several days, or apprentice with an old witch in order to experience magic and divinity. It is in everything, in every moment. And right now, I bet you’re thinking something along the lines of — Yeah that’s cool for you Ani, but I can’t connect like that. I got too much going on and I’m not psychic or in tune, and I don’t even know where to start.

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What If I Told You That Spirituality Was Supposed to be Fun?

I used to think spirituality was reserved for a very certain kind of person. Still to this day, when I hear the word “spiritual” I think of a raw vegan and completely rejects the modern world, and spends the majority of their life in meditation, listening to flute music on a sheepskin and wearing organic cotton outfits all one color. Anyone else? I think that spiritual image has dominated the media — and has become the ultimate picture of “new age.”

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The Sanctity of Sadness

I don’t know how to speak on sadness. I still struggle with allowing myself to feel this one fully. Whenever a hint of sadness comes up, a list spews into my brain about what I should be sad about instead of what I am sad about, like a gag reflex. The truth is, I am still guilty of trying to spiritually bypass when things get hard for me. I can be sad a lot. Even though everything in my life is circumstantially amazing, I still feel this tugging at my heart.  

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