Becoming Magic


We attract what we are.

If you're a grump, you're going to find yourself hanging out with a tribe of sourpusses. If you are an angry person, you'll find yourself in one relationship after another that is intense and fraught with drama.

So if we attract the negative by embodying the negative, how can we embody the idea of "magic"?

We all want magic.

How do you become a magical creature?

It's not just about crystals and reiki and intentions.

It's also about bringing about good in the world, but with a flair of mystery, or the unexpected.

How many times have you been in a terrible mood, and someone randomly said the perfect thing at the perfect moment?

Didn't it feel magical?

I remember being SO bummed out over a breakup, many years back. As I was standing in line at a store, a man looked at me and told me, "You are such a radiant woman. Everything about you sparkles. Keep it up." It was such an unexpected compliment, and an energetic boost. I felt like I was glowing for the rest of the day. That was magic.

A few months ago I celebrated a birthday by myself. I ate at a restaurant, asked for the check, and was shocked when the waitress brought me a free dessert.

"How did you know it was my birthday?" I asked.

"I didn't! I just felt compelled to bring you a free dessert, for some reason."

THAT felt magical.

We seek out magic all the time, but we neglect to remember that we are also a source of it. We can embody magic at any given time, simply by infusing our own magic into the lives of others. Today, ask yourself how YOU can embody magic today. The more you resonate with the vibration of magic, the more you will call it into your own life.