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Day 50 — On or Off? Mental Magick by Silver RavenWolf

Can you believe we have spent fifty days together?  Oh Wow!

Today’s magickal tip is a mental exercise that can bring you incredible rewards if you practice the technique!  Let’s first consider the meaning of the words “Off” and “On”.  Close your eyes and repeat the word “on”.  How do you feel when you say that word?  Open?  At ease?  Flowing?  Roll the word over on your tongue.  Breathe deep.  Keep repeating the word.  Take the time to analyze the emotions or thoughts that come to mind when you say the word, “on”.  Now, let’s move to the word “off”.  Close your eyes, repeat the word several times.  How do you feel when you say that word?  Shut?  Tight?  Closed?


When something is “on” — it is a go thing — power flowing — a yes, yes, yes feeling.  When we think of “off” — such words come to mind as “stop”, “I don’t want that,” or “stillness”.  Very basic analogies would be:

Want/Don’t Want

When you “accept” or “want” something the feeling is usually positive, your physical self is relaxed and open.  When you “resist” or don’t want something, feelings are often negative (at most), unsettled at least, and your back might hunch or your shoulders feel stiff.

Now…what if we considered that all magick is either “on” or “off”.  “Yes” or “No”.  “Accept or Resist”.

Ever watch a kid play with a light switch.  On/Off – On/Off -On/Off — drives you nuts, doesn’t it?  The Universe thinks the same way when you broadcast your feelings on a subject where clarity is nowhere to be found.  You do?  You don’t?  What the heck is it!  Make up your mind!  Constantly flipping that switch in your field leads to defeat or dissatisfaction because the energy can gear up to the full power it requires to manifest your desire.  You get a half baked cake.  Think the thing and follow it through — don’t bite yourself with a negative tail-ender statement or thought.

For the remainder of the week with everything you do try relating it to the on/off scenario — either push the mental button “on” or “off” depending upon your needs.  NO EXTRANEOUS THINKING.

When you push the mental button “on” — run energy.

When you push the mental button “off” — block the negativity energy.

In life — it really IS that simple.  On or off?  Choose.

Peace with the Gods
Peace with Nature
Peace Within!

Big Hugs




Llewellyn Author of over 23 magickally enchanting books. Braucherei practitioner. Artist, photographer, quilter, chandler, doll maker and lover of genealogy. Visit her WhisperMagick online shoppe at

13 thoughts on “Day 50 — On or Off? Mental Magick by Silver RavenWolf

  1. I’m gonna try this tonight and see if I can get my brain to turn off.

  2. Love your new setup of this web page. What I also use, learned from you, thank you so much, is this white X to stop things, people, energies, madness. We should set the on bottom for, freedom, liberty, democracy, love, positive vibes, health. And put a Hugh X and OFF bottom to the current situation. It only separates people. thank you so much for everything I learned from you.

  3. This is a great, great reminder – to consciously do this, on – off, yes – no, decide. Thank you!!!

  4. I realized, as I was repeating “on” that this word has an emotion attached to it that is sometimes difficult for me. As a child and young adult I was an amateur performer (sing, dance, plays, etc.) and “the show must go on” even if you’re feeling off. I worked as a critical care nurse and you had to be “on your game” to keep your patients safe. I sailed in dangerous places for many years and you had to be “on deck” a lot. So, for me the word “on” doesn’t always have pleasant, flowing connotations. Sometimes, “on” feels like forced self-discipline and the word “off”, as in off duty, lights off, costume and stage make-up off feels soothing, calming, and relaxing for me. Turn it off! Let me out! “I am off duty, yay!”

    1. What an amazing analogy — and fits perfectly with the exercise. So for you, perhaps the word might be “open” or something else that is accepting without negativity.

  5. Kids and light switches. On. Off. The first thing that popped into my head was my crazy brother and the plug for the Christmas tree lights. Very early one Christmas morning, we were snooping around under the tree. Although there were presents, my brother was more interested in the plug and the electrical socket. He kept jamming that plug in and out of the socket while yelling, “Blink! Blink! Blink!” Occasionally he’d miss the socket and put holes in the wall. It was annoying and it got much worse when his yelling woke our parents up. Sometimes, I really miss that lunatic. This all was many moons ago but thinking of him just now, I felt very, very sad. For the hell of it, I tried hitting my emotional off switch. You know, it actually worked.

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