Mundane Magic - Making Your Everyday Life Magical - BrianaDragon Creations

Mundane Magic – Making Your Everyday Life Magical

Be sure to check out our shop! New customers get a 5% off coupon!
beautiful fairy woman magic fantasy pagan
Posted by / June 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

This site is completely ad-free. Please Support us by making a donation.

For a lot of Pagans, the idea of making daily life magical is nothing new. They learn how to bring magical practice into their mundane activities, although sometimes they get so caught up in ritual or expected forms of practice that they forget. For most other people, the idea of daily magic is something strange, scary, or something they’ve never even considered. However, combining magic with your day-to-day tasks is a wonderful way to make your life richer, happier and to stay connected to your chosen Higher Powers.

Now, I did mention Pagans there in the first sentence, but I want you to understand right from the start that this book and these practices aren’t limited to any spiritual belief system. I’m more of an eclectic spiritualist than anything else, and I’ve known plenty of people from all different faiths who incorporate mundane magic into their lives. It’s just a way of adding happiness, purpose and spiritual connection to your life. Anyone of any faith can do it, and it works even if you don’t really have a specific spiritual path.

So, what exactly is this mundane magic stuff? Well, to try to put it simply, it’s taking the things you do and experience every day and giving them a bit more thought and purpose so that they bring more emotional feedback and more effect to your life. Just as an example, let’s say you drink tea every day. Well, instead of just plopping a bag in a cup and drinking it mindlessly, you would think about the properties of the tea leaves and other herbs and focus on how that affects you. You might even choose to make your own herbal teas not only for taste, but for their magical or healing properties. Chamomile tea is nice, but it becomes a whole new experience when you think about the calming effect that it has, and consider that chamomile is a flower of the sun gods and represents serenity, good fortune and prosperity. That cup of tea suddenly becomes a spiritual experience.

You can have moments like that all through your day with mundane magic. There’s no need to follow a certain path (although it’s a great way to connect to any deities you believe in) or cast elaborate spells or involve other people. As a matter of fact, mundane magic is fantastic for those who live with others and can’t openly practice their spirituality. Of course, it’s a good thing no matter whether you’re alone, with family or roommates, open about your spirituality or needing to hide it. Mundane magic is great for everyone.

To be perfectly honest for a moment, part of why I’m writing this book right now is because I remember how much better my life was when I practiced mundane magic, but life happened and I stopped doing it. I want to share this wonderful practice with all of you, while reminding myself of it so that I can add it back into my life. When I embraced mundane magic I felt more calm, happy and spiritually connected. It also made the crappy tasks of daily life seem purposeful, which is helpful when you need to get things done. This book itself is going to be a spiritual journey for me, and I hope you’ll all enjoy coming along for the ride.

Disclaimer: Links on this site may lead to affiliate sources to help support this blog. We appreciate all purchases, but you are under no obligation. Not all linked products have been tested by the site owners.

Related:

Live For Your Dreams, No Matter What
Views 461
It's a hard road, but I believe that it's better to live for your dreams than to live the way people tell you to. Every time I try to do what people t...
Pay It Forward – Doing Good Deeds For Others
Views 520
Do something good for someone, and ask nothing in return Paying it forward is a concept that seems to be dead among most people in today's society,...
The Ability to Adapt is So Important
Views 254
Image: © Briana Blair That looks like a nice cake there in the photo, doesn’t it? Well, believe it or not, that is my great grandmother’s old-fash...
Sometimes Personal Growth and Social Responsibilit...
Views 235
Image: Public Domain, Morguefile A comment on my recent article about WalMart got me to thinking. People often refuse to change because it might s...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*
*

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!