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Sex Magick - Manifesting Abundance Through Intimate Energy

Updated on January 14, 2012

What could be better than sex?

How about Sex + Magick?

That'd be pretty cool wouldn't it? If you could find a way to combine that loving penetrating intimacy you share only with your self and those you allow to meet you that deeply, with magick and manifesting your greatest desires. If you could find a way to attract abundance, success and fulfillment into your life, would you do it?

If you answered yes....

Then you're in the right place. In this hub I'm going to give you a simple and easy recipe for Sex Magick, and ancient technique used for eons by various cultures, to aid in the manifestation of needs and desires.

Ultimately, there is no greater magick than Sex Magick, though it is a ferrel energy that isn't to be taken lightly either. When considering the use of sex magick, you should always take the time to stop and consider, "is this really what I want?"

Make sure you are manifesting what you really want, because sex magick is so powerful, you'll get what you ask for. So be specific, and be sure.

Simple Steps to Sintilating Sex Magick

  1. Build Your Energy - The best way to do this, is to spend at least 24 hours engaged in passionate flirting, foreplay and teasing. Have fun, laugh, touch and focus on feeling as "turned on" as possible, for when you are as hot and bothered as you can be, then you will know it's time.
  2. Set The Mood - Make sure your partner is aware of your goal. It's not nice to use up their juice without telling them why. Talk about your desires together and dream up a vision that both of you can see clearly, in full detail. Then, set the mood for your spell-weaving. If your goal is money, light some green and gold candles, and maybe lay out some success focused magazines. If your focus is health, set out some green and pink candles, or maybe a more specific chakra color if you know which one corresponds to the healthy state you wish to achieve. Put on some music that fits your desire, and heightens your passion.
  3. Focus on your intent - the thing you wish to manifest into your life. Focus on it while you and your partner seduce and play with each other. Do whatever it takes to be turned on by both your partner, and your intent. Let it all take over you and push you closer to the edge, and when you get to that peak, picture yourself already having gained or achieved your intent. Revel in the satisfaction that you already have it, and it is there for you and your partner to enjoy, and to remind you of the power you are able to create together.

For added power

  • Invite your favorite or corresponding deity to join in or watch over your carnal fray
  • Produce your sex magick under a waxing moon, when natural energies are already building (if you are trying to attract something to you)
  • Produce your sex magick under a waning moon, when energies are naturally waning (to get rid of something in your life)
  • Have sex outside


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    7 years ago

    I’m sure you’ve heard of the saying “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for life”

    I see a tendency in many practitioners towards what I call "spell book mentality", where because they never came to understand the principles of magic, they've been dependent on rituals and spells sourced from others. If they come across a situation not precisely covered in the "1001 spells" book they got from Borders, then they find themselves stuck and unable to proceed.

    I think that the absolute beginner (the intended reader of this article) would benefit more from a basic run down of magical theory which covers the processes involved in a spell in a general enough way that they can be adapted by the practitioner for whatever use they require.

    In this case, the spell technique covered here could be easily constructed by a beginner with a firm understanding of the basic principles behind magic, and they would benefit from doing so as the act of constructing their own rituals empowers them and aids their understanding of the whole process.

    I think if we wish the whole magical enterprise to move forwards and develop further, we need to write in the general terms, and leave the specifics of spells and rituals to the potent imagination of the practitioner and their BOS or equivalent.

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    7 years ago

    Very interesting. I've heard of this but wasn't quite sure how it worked. Thanks for sharing. Rated up and interesting.


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