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Many years ago I went to a Hypnotist to learn the Art. He taught me how to hypnotize myself and others. It is actually an easy process involving very little study and practice. You must remember…. not everyone can be hypnotized. Some people are so wrapped up in their thoughts of every day worries that they can not simply concentrate. In order to be hypnotized… you must be able to relax and clear your mind just the same as you would during meditation..
I would suggest trying it on yourself before trying it on others. Here are the steps to hypnotizing yourself….
1. Sit on a couch in the upright position and close your eyes and your arms at your side or in your lap. Do not move around. Just sit there and relax for a minute.
2. Clear your mind of all thoughts. How do you do this?…. simply imagine a big Dumpster or a very large metal box on your mental screen. Then see it open and put all your thoughts and worries in it one by one…. bills… your lovelife…. problems…. your children…. your job… everything you can think of. Then close the lid and lock it! Then push it off your mental screen.
3. Now sit there quietly with no thoughts for a minute. When you are ready to start… do not forget to tell yourself as you go through each part of the body that you are becoming more and more relaxed as you go. YOU MUST TELL YOURSELF THIS!
4. Now… start with your head…. imagine every part of your head relaxing… start with your eyes…. then go to your ears…. the mouth… all your facial muscles. spend time with each part to make sure it is fully relaxed.
5. Now go to your neck and do the same.
6. Now go to your whole chest and stomach region and start with your heart… slow it down and make it at peace. Relax all you chest muscles and then your stomach area.
7. Now relax your arms feeling them going limp. Relax every muscle in your arms one by one including your fingers.
8. Next go to the groin area and relax all the muscle there.
9. Now it is time to do your legs…. start with the thighs and work your way down to the feet relaxing each and every toe.
By this time you should be like a big lump of silly putty… totally relaxed and and at peace. Now here comes the fun part. This is where you will get to hypnotize yourself and see if it really works…..
1. Site there with you arms in you lap and or at your side and tell yourself that your right arm is getting very light. It is getting very, very light. Keep telling yourself this and feel how it is getting lighter. Tell yourself that it is getting so light that is is staring to raise up off your lap. Feel it it getting light as you keep telling yourself this and feel it raising up off you lap. It is getting lighter by the second and it is raising up higher and higher until it is up in the air.
2. Once you have achieved this and your arm is up in the air you may tell yourself it is getting heavy again and lower it to your lap. You will now tell yourself that you will awaken fully refreshed with energy and a clear mind.
3. Open your eyes and evaluate what you have done. Write down your experience in your magical journal. If you did not have success… try again later that day and keep trying until you are satisfied. If it never works for you…. you may be one of those who cannot be hypnotized.
Now…. this method can be used on someone else. Try it on your best friend… except you are the one who will be telling them to relax each part of their body. Then do the arm raising stunt with them and see if it works. Remember…. as you go through each part of the body with them… tell them they are getting more and more relaxed and sleepy. If this works then you can try more difficult things like making them do funny things…
Black magic is the type of magic that draws on assumed malevolent powers and/or is used with the intention to kill, steal, injure, cause misfortune or destruction, or for personal gain without regard to harmful consequences. As a term, “black magic” is normally used by those that do not approve of its uses.
A rather different view on Black Magic is used in the system of Chaos magic. In this branch of occult practice, spells sometimes correspond to colors, depending on the supposed effect (e.g., red magic, which is magic concerned with combat, such as low-level curses). Black magic, in Chaos magic, corresponds to magic that is performed around the themes of death, separation, severance and entropy. This can refer to powerful curses meant to bring the strongest effect, spells to sever emotional ties to objects or people, and so on.
In fiction, black magic will quite frequently be synonymous with evil, such is the case in Rosemary’s Baby, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series (referred to as the dark arts in the novels), and Shakespeare’s Macbeth, with many other examples existing. In many popular video games, such as Final Fantasy, white and black magic is simply used to distinguish between healing/defensive spells (such as a “cure”) and offensive/elemental spells (such as “fire”) respectively, and does not carry an inherent good or evil connotation.
1 Black and white magic differences
1.1 Black magic practices
2 Black magic as part of religion
Black and white magic differences
The differences between what is considered black magic and white magic are debatable, though generally can fall within the following broad categories:
The All as One theory states that all forms of magic are evil, irrespective of color (white or black). This view is generally associated with Satanism. People that maintain this opinion include those belonging to most branches of Christianity
The Dark Doctrine theory states that black magic is the powers of darkness, usually seen from a Left-Hand Path point of view. This may or may not contrast with white magic, depending on the user’s acceptance of dualism.
The Formal Differences theory states that the forms and components of black magic are not the same due to the different aims or interests of those casting harmful spells than those of white. Harmful spell-casting tends to include symbolism that seems hazardous or harmful to human beings, such as sharp, pointed, prickly, caustic, and hot element(s) combined with very personal objects from the spell’s target (their hair, blood, mementos, etc.). This distinction can primarily be observed in folk magic, but pertains to other types of magic also.
The No Connection theory states that both black and white magic are completely different from the base up and are accomplished uniquely, even if they achieve similar effects. This stance is often presented in fiction, and as a result, the two classes of magic-users are portrayed as being both ideologically and diametrically opposed. In The Lord of the Rings, the Elves find it strange that Humans and Hobbits can even use a single word, “magic”, which refers to both forms, as the Elvish tongues regard them also linguistically as completely separate and unrelated.
The Separate but Equal theory states that black and white magic are exactly the same thing, differentiated only by their end goals and intent. According to this theory, the same spell could be either white or black (see gray magic); its nature is determined by the end result of the spell. The majority of religions follow this belief, as does the remainder of fiction that does not follow the No Connection theory. By this interpretation, even such spells commonly seen as good can be misused, so healing could be used to regenerate the body to the point of cancer, for instance.