I decided to go ahead and join the next #domagick challenge. Because I’ve been working hard toward the Sorath work, I figured #domagick would help me hold myself accountable to that work. While I already have a daily magickal/spiritual practice (they go hand-in-hand for me), and it’s not really a stretch for me to add additional magickal work, let alone actionable follow-through, I still enjoy the extra motivation. Plus, reader response to the last challenge suggested that my work inspired readers to do their own. So for me – that’s an added bonus. The more I can inspire people to jump in and do the magick – the better!
So the June magickal challenge is not only about doing the magick and documenting it – but also about the follow through! Basically, each participant will be working enchantments to bring something into their lives while simultaneously doing non-magick actionable things to help the magickal enchantments manifest completely. If you want to join in the challenge (every magician is invited, regardless their tradition or paradigm), you can learn more here.
This leads to my Sorath work. June was when I initially intended to start it because of the Summer Solstice, and it will be the Summer Solstice (Tuesday, June 20) when I do a two-hour solar invocation and ascension with Sorath to give my career a little extra limelight. Or perhaps I should say sunlight? It’s time to grow and shine.
Next #domagick research post – I will share some of my Sorath formulas and some of the preliminary work I’ve been doing for the greater Sorath work, as well as discussing the enchantments and follow through I’ll be using to take my career to the next level during this challenge.