Thursday, July 31, 2014

Are You a Magical Geek? Learn Magic by Email

There are many different ways to learn magic and we have an easy way for beginners to get started. You can actually learn magic through your email. If you're ready to get started on a magical path and looking for a way of how to study magic that will work into your busy schedule, then our Everyday Magic Email Course may be the solution for you. This course sends you an email each week for 52 weeks with magic tips and techniques to try out to learn magic. Here is a sample of one of the many magic techniques you can get from this course:

Slow Down Your Mind
If you have one of those minds that stays in high gear and is hard to turn off or stays in worry mode, you can use magic to help slow it down. A mind that is constantly going can make it hard to go to sleep at night, to meditate or just enjoy some silence and relaxation time. With this technique you slow down your body to slow down your mind.

Here's all you have to do. When you feel your mind taking off and getting out of control, get up and start moving around very, very SLOWLY. Walk from one side of the room to the other taking very slow and deliberate steps. As you move, feel each sensation in your body. Feel your feet making contact with the ground, your arms swinging by your side, your breath moving in and out of your lungs and so forth. The more you sink into the physical sensations and slow your body down, the slower your mind will start moving. Doing this regularly will help your mind be able to slow down when you need it to like when you want to go to sleep or meditate and keep it much more focused when you need to work.

This is also a good technique to use if you are feeling anxious or nervous. Give it a try and then get the Everyday Magic Email Course for a simple way to learn magic and get more magical insights like this.

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