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Initiate yourself to white magic rituals

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White magic, this age-old art full of mystery and wisdom, offers us a path to self-knowledge and the exploration of the unknown. It is found in all esoteric traditions and universal practices. She explores natural energies to bring healing, protection and balance into our lives. Through its rituals imbued with symbolism and spirituality, it offers a way to channel the benevolent forces of the universe in order to attract positive influences and repel the negative energies of daily life.

White magic rituals are typically done in sacred ceremonies that use sacred geometry symbols and elements like candles, magic circles, and prayers to channel the beneficial forces of the universe.

In this article, I will explain to you what a ritual is, what elements or accessories you will need (no need for 10,000 things, rest assured) and then we will get to the heart of the matter, step by step.

Let's go?

The foundations of magic rituals

White magic rituals are based on the fundamental principle that the natural energies around us can be used to create positive changes in our lives. These rituals are based on the laws of a universe where good and evil coexist, but where the power of love and light always triumphs. Unlike black magic, which aims to manipulate and harm, white magic works for the well-being of all.

What is a magical practice?

We have a whole idea of magic, but life itself is magic. It is the soul at work. Magic is the science of mastering influences, the art of mobilizing intelligence and strength. It is independent of man, for it is he who sets laws in motion and makes them work. Man possesses within himself the power to activate magic, but he can also be activated by it. Magic is universal.

Entering into magical practices means understanding the laws and consciously putting them into action. This can be done through magical practices or rituals whose aim is usually to summon forces or energies. The problem is that today, many people practice magic without knowing its laws, and mostly for personal gain.

For example, we use magic to promote good luck, health or love, or to protect against evil.

Preparing a simple white magic ritual

As with any activity, preparation is essential. Before you begin a white magic ritual, prepare yourself mentally and emotionally, entering into inner and outer calm. To do this, find a calm, serene space where you can concentrate undisturbed. Next, create a magic circle by placing a rope or red or white candles around you to symbolize protection and strength. You can also light incense or use crystals to reinforce the energy of the circle.

An essential part of balancing energies with white magic involves purifying and protecting yourself and your surroundings. A purification ritual is always welcome. To do this, you can cleanse the space with incense or holy water, to eliminate negative influences and create an environment conducive to peace and mental clarity. You can also wear a protective talisman, to guard against unwanted energies and maintain a high level of energy security.

The elements of a magic ritual

Now let's take a look at what you'll need for your ritual.

-White or red candles: Red candles are often used in white magic rituals to represent passion, courage and strength. Personally, I recommend using white candles. Light a candle at the start of your ritual and dedicate it to a celestial idea or entity: e.g. the Divine Mother, the Celestial Father, the Holy Spirit, the Universal Soul, Archangel Michael. The flame of this candle will form an invisible bulwark of light around you.

- Magic circle: As we saw above, the magic circle is a symbol of protection that creates a barrier between worlds. The magic circle you create around yourself is very important. Do so consciously and make sure that only positive energies can enter, and that you leave outside the circle anything that is not in keeping with your work. I advise you to lay down a rope to delimit your space. At least this space is physically delimited.

- Ritual Mat: Inside your magic circle, you can lay out a ritual mat with sacred geometry symbols. These symbols, such as the Pentagram, the Metatron's Cube or the Flower of Life, are charged with esoteric meaning and can amplify the energy of your ritual by harmonizing cosmic forces. They are also points of concentration that will help reinforce your work.

-Protective prayer: Next, you can dedicate your space with a prayer. It can be a prayer of protection, or a prayer to ask for guidance and protection from higher forces, or simply to offer the best of yourself. This prayer can be very personal, or you can find one that resonates with you.

On our ritual mats, adorned with sacred geometric symbols, each line and curve represents a universal energy, a connection with the primordial forces of the universe. We've specially created them with powerful symbols. For example, the Pentagram is a symbol of protection and balance, while the Flower of Life, representing unity and harmony, spreads its healing energies around you. By using this ritual mat, you connect with the ancestors who practiced before you, align yourself with the forces of nature and open your mind to the infinite possibilities of white magic.

White magic: invocation, incantation or prayer?

In the practice of white magic, you can opt for invocations, incantations or prayers to channel and direct energies towards a specific goal.

So, which one should you choose?

Of course, each of these methods has its own characteristics. It's really a personal choice, so listen to your intuition and your heart.

Let's start with incantations. What are incantations? They are verbal formulas recited during a ritual to invoke specific energies or to manifest a desired change. Incantations are often formulated in a poetic or rhythmic way to amplify their power and impact. They can also be accompanied by specific movements to reinforce their effectiveness.

Incantations are particularly effective for focusing your mind and communicating directly with spiritual or cosmic forces. What's important is that you put your whole soul into your words, bringing them to life. They can be used in a variety of contexts, whether to attract love, prosperity or healing, or to ward off negative influences.

We continue with prayers. This is surely a practice closer to home. It consists of addressing a deity, spirit or higher power, with the aim of obtaining assistance, guidance or a blessing, or simply to offer the best of oneself. Unlike incantations, prayers are often formulated in simpler, more direct language, always from the heart.

Don't hesitate to adapt your prayers, whether individual or in a group, according to the moment, the need, etc. Depending on how you feel, you can accompany them with a few words of encouragement. Depending on how you feel, you can accompany them with ritual gestures, such as kneeling or lighting candles, to express your devotion and intention.

White magic: protection formulas

Here's a protection prayer you can use during your white magic ritual:

"I turn to the great protection,
May all darkness, all weakness in me,
Be consumed by fire and Light.
OGod,
God in me, eternal, immortal,
God, my true being,
God, my knowledge and consciousness,
God, my eyes, which see the truth,
God, my breath, which animates me,
God, my word, which shapes my reality,
God, my creative force, which shapes my destiny,
God, sacred sanctuary of my heart.

I bow before the Father's light, asking for the great protection,
Acknowledging my weaknesses and shadowy areas.
May everything in me be pure, may no dark force be able to hide itself.
I wish to be conscious, clear, awake,
And what I cannot transform on my own,
May the Light transform it in me.

I wish to be pure and just,
To take care of what is true, noble and precious in life.
May my life be beautiful, full of meaning and intelligence,
And may my actions serve that which is eternal.

So be it."

You can recite this prayer at the beginning of your ritual to ask for the protection of benevolent forces and invoke their assistance throughout the process. Feel free to adapt this prayer to suit your own beliefs and feelings.

Once you've prepared your space and feel ready, begin your ritual by focusing on your intention. Visualize your goals clearly and feel the energy of the universe surrounding you. Repeat your prayer of protection and light your candle to symbolize the beginning of the ritual. Then follow the ritual sequence according to your specific needs.

How to perform a protection ritual?

If you're new to rituals, I've got you covered! Here's a step-by-step guide to performing a protection ritual with white magic:

Preparation:

To begin with, find a quiet, peaceful place where you can carry out your work undisturbed. It's important to have peace of mind and to think only of your ritual.

Next, gather the elements you need for your ritual: white candles, purifying incense (such as white sage), protective crystals (such as obsidian or quartz) which you can place on your altar (whether at home or in nature). It's possible to do something simple and effective with very little.

If you have a feather or athame, use it to draw a circle around you in a clockwise direction. Visualize a barrier of white, protective energy forming around you, creating a sacred space.

Light the incense and let the smoke fill the space. Visualize it clearing all negative and impure energy from the environment.

Invocation of protective energies:

Next, turn to the four cardinal points and invoke the elements (earth, air, fire, water) for protection and guidance.

Recite a prayer or the protection formula above, and ask the spirits or divine forces you worship to watch over you and protect you from negative energies (inside and outside yourself).

Strengthening protection:

If you have crystals, you can arrange them around the circle, but this is not obligatory. You can also hold them in your hands while you say your prayer or protection incantation. This will charge them with your intentions and you can then place them on the altar.

Next, consciously light the white candle(s), visualizing their light as a luminous barrier against any undesirable energy. Place them on the altar.

Concluding the ritual:

To conclude your ritual, thank the protective energies, elements, deities or divine forces for their presence and protection during the ritual.

Use your feather or athame to close the circle counter-clockwise. Visualize the energy barrier slowly dissolving.

Extinguish the candles and allow the incense to burn completely.

Additional tips:

- Always trust your intuition and adapt the ritual to suit your needs.
- Repeat this ritual as often as necessary to maintain strong, lasting energetic protection.
- Be sure to clean and purify your protection crystals regularly to maintain their effectiveness.

If you follow these simple steps, you can perform an effective protection ritual and positively strengthen your aura with the benevolent energies of white magic.

Which white magic book?

There's one book on white magic that I particularly recommend. It's called "The Book of Divine Magic" by Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov. If you don't (yet) know Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov, he's a 20th-century Bulgarian Master, known for his teachings on spirituality, esoteric philosophy and personal transformation. In this book, he approaches magic and the practice of white magic from a spiritual and ethical point of view.

The first chapter sets the tone of the book: "the return of magical practices and their danger". He tells us that we are seeing more and more works of occultism and magic and that it is rather worrying! Aïvanhov emphasizes the importance of purity of intention, faith and love in the practice of divine magic. For this reason, be careful when purchasing a book on magic. It's really important to understand magic before using it because it can be very dangerous.

It explains how white magic can be used as a way to get closer to God. It emphasizes the importance of meditation, prayer and purification of the soul to open the channel of communication with the divine.

He also warns against the dangers of selfish or manipulative magic and emphasizes the importance of practicing magic in a spirit of selfless service and universal love. He insists that true divine magic is guided by pure intentions and awakened consciousness.

And finally, "The Book of Divine Magic" emphasizes personal transformation as the ultimate goal of practicing magic. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov teaches that true magic lies in the ability to free oneself from the limitations of the ego and align oneself with divine will to achieve spiritual enlightenment.

If you have read it, tell me in the comments!

Balancing energies with white magic

If you practice white magic rituals, you'll discover a fascinating universe where the power of intention and the connection with universal energies intertwine. These rituals are much more than mere esoteric practices; they represent a path to personal transformation and spiritual fulfillment.

It's important, however, to be clear about your intentions. As you can see, it's not advisable to perform rituals for purely personal needs.

Once your intentions are clear, the fascinating thing about white magic rituals is that they enable you to create a sacred space where you can connect with your true being and with the divine forces that inhabit the universe. By using sacred geometry symbols, movements and invocations, you can raise your consciousness and connect to more subtle energies.

I'd also like to stress that white magic rituals require a sincere commitment and a respectful approach. They are not instant magical solutions, but rather practices that require time, patience and perseverance.

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