Aug 19, 2010
— In firstname.lastname@example.org, “kathy” .. wrote:
> This distinctly reminds me of something I am sure Aaron has written
>somewhere but I cant seem to find it anywhere to quote (have looked
>a few times for it in the past) about “magic happens in the space
I’ll have to look to be sure, but I’m nearly certain that is in chapter 3 of “Secrets…”
For those tuning in: This is based on the observation that personality is *not* something that resides within yourself. Instead, personality exists between yourself and someone else – literally within the matrix that forms between two minds when they interact. This is why you are a different “person” when talking to your boss than when talking to your kids, or talking to your wife, or talking to a friend, etc. (Daddy, Mr. Jones, Honey and Jonesy are all distinctly different people living in the same head. We all have multiple personalities. Someone with MPD simply has unnatrual breaks between each one.)
A second observation about human psychology is our natural tendancy to anthropomorphize nearly anything and everything. Cars, boats, buildings, appliances, toys, etc, etc, (even concepts) – we can assign a personality to anything at all. Everything has its own quirks and idiosyncrasies, which we humans recognize as personality. This leads us to interact with even inanimate objects as if they were alive- which also means we have distinct personalities even for interacting with objects/concepts.
I think these two things are what make magick possible – especially spirit communication. They say “every blade of grass has an Angel over it bidding it, ‘Grow.'” And it is our ability to interact with literally anything that allows us to communicate with those Angels (or spirits). We form that matrix between ourselves and another- animate or inanimate, incarnate or discarnate- and that allows us to interact with it on an extra-physical level.