Just wanted to share a magical success with a mythic ability I was trying to see if I could still do as well as before.
A friend had taught me how to control the weather, and I had decided to exercise my power by doing it, this morning. This morning I was happy, but extremely irritated and bored because of something. That was my overall pre-ritual mood. I went to my window and performe dthe working, and the sky got cloudy fast.
Within a half hour, it was raining, and the rain only got stronger. Now, I have good ties with the element of air, and decided to throw some winds in there too. When I had commanded the winds to be there there was a strong wooshy sound. And then, I hear clanging, as the wind had pushed my iron gates wide open. It blew the gates wide open right when I asked it to. And there is no end in sight, the storm has been raging on for the past 7 hours.
At some point, it had turned into an actual hailstorm, which is extremely rare both in this month and in this geographical location, and there is very thick fog. Now, there’s some wind and light rain, suffice to say, I basically ruined everyone’s Sunday. A friend who lives on the other side of the city confirmed the storm was on her side too.
I don’t feel that drained either. I kind of do, but it didn’t seem to take that much out of me it just flowed out. I guess it’s just energy I was supposed to get out.
Sharing experiences, take it with a grain of salt, or not, believe me or not, like me or not. Don’t really care, just saying that results are a big deal and recording successes is important, one way or another, if you’re doubting your abilities or if others are doubting them.
When something doesn’t work, I think you need to investigate where it went wrong.Done improperly, done too soon, done too late, wrong sphere of influence, wrong spirit, wrong method, too deep a trance, too light a trance, imagined, not imagined enough, there’s a million ways something can go wrong.
As such, more important than a journal of successes would be a Journal of Failures, or if you want a less disencouraging name A Troubleshooting Journal.