This is just a very brief 100-word-or-so excerpt from my forthcoming book on making mojos. Of course, the title is tentative and could change at any moment, but for now, it’s slated to be Making Mojos that Work: The Untold Secret to Real Results. Thought you mind find it interesting. It’s really a bit about my heritage.
Most of the time, the people I talk with about sex magic think that I’m referring to something on the spiritual side of things. Like Tantra. But in all reality, Tantra is a spiritual practice, not necessarily a technique for magic. It’s meant for elevating your sexual intercourse to a spiritual level, deepening your emotional intimacy with your partner. It’s all about actually enjoying your partner’s whole person, rather than just fucking. If you get a chance to try some Tantra, by all means, do so. It can change lives.
But we’re not talking about Tantra here. We’re talking about sex magic, and that’s a completely different animal.
If you’re one of my regular readers, then you know I’ve done the whole GSM (“gay slut magic”) thing. (Those posts have been added to the Sex Magic category.) In this world, it behooves a person to stay completely anonymous (or “discrete”) until such a time as an actual, physical meeting takes place. And even then, it’s a good idea to make it a stereotypically “safe” meeting (i.e., in public for the first time, having notified at least one other person where you will be and about how long you’ll be gone).
Well today, I proved to myself, once again, why it is a good idea to remain as anonymous as possible.
Now I know there are some people who will flat out disagree with this post. And that’s fine ~ that’s your prerogative. But I’ve dealt with all of this for many a good long year. As a Witch, I’m pretty fucking long in the tooth ~ so try to bear with me.
A lot of people would have you believe that Witchcraft is not dangerous.
For example: I saw someone’s post on a forum the other day that said “Graveyard dirt isn’t dangerous ~ it all depends on your intent, as always.” But I take umbrage with this statement in a number of ways.
Did some sigil creation for a couple of particular workings. So far, they seem to be working out. One of them I need to fire off again to really get it working. You can click the pic to get to the full size image to see details.
You probably know that I’m a proponent of doing what makes you happy. You probably also know that I’m a huge supporter of the “do what works for you” movement. That doesn’t mean that I think cultural appropriation is okay (even though it is, in some instances, but that’s another post). It just means that it’s okay to be Eclectic, to think for yourself, to follow your heart, to use your own common sense and/or intuition and do what works. Magic is about results, after all, so the proof is always in the proverbial cake, not necessarily the recipe.
But that “do what works” attitude can also lead to the possibility of using ingredients in your spell work that might not be so good for your outcome. For me, that applies most specifically to the topic of essential oils versus synthetic fragrances.
I totally love Ganesha! I mean, seriously, I love Ganesha. I can’t describe how in love with Ganesha I am. It’s not just because of what He’s done for me, either. Ever since I did my first Puja, my life has drastically changed. Doors have opened that I never would’ve dreamt about a year ago. I have a job in a completely different field (Nursing is my primary, so it isn’t in Nursing) making more money than I would’ve been making as an entry-level Licensed Practical Nurse. My relationship has changed, as well, in ways I could’ve never imagined (good ways – great ways!).