A wand may suggest the power of will backed up or directed by faith or belief.

Personal influence over others and the power of suggestion. If there are any feelings of it being magic, then it can indicate a spell we cast over another’s feelings or decisions. This can be done by seduction, fear or subtle blackmail. The wand might indicate the power of will backed up or directed by faith or belief. As usual, its shape suggests male sexuality.

The wand is linked with magic. But I have found there is no ‘wave a magic wand’ route to the best in life. It will not happen because you read a great book or practiced magic rituals. Those things might help, but the real magic lies in whether you can enter into yourself in the right way. It lies in the difference between being merely curious, and really wanting to know. It matters whether you are a watcher of the sport of Life, or a player. A player gets involved, struggles against difficulties, experiences deeply is not afraid of hurt and works toward a goal. Extracting the magic from within you needs just those qualities. You don’t need to be extraordinary to do that – just an ordinary person with some persistence and courage. If you have that and travel into yourself, the rewards are like a key opening the door to a magical world.

I am such an ordinary person. I found the key. I opened the door. And I travelled in that magical world! I might be able to help you do the same.

A Magic Wand

The magic wand you need is to train yourself to be a player of Life. Strengthen your body and mind. I learnt an extraordinary lesson when I was thirteen. To learn that so young, to know that through directing my attention and energy in a particular way I could radically change my body was extraordinary. I went on to extend this with other physical exercises in the nearby YMCA gym. What I noticed as the months went by was that not only was I changing my body, but I was also changing my confidence and social life.

At fifteen this led me to start experimenting with what amount to mental exercises, to see if the mind could be changed as radically as the body. What I uncovered in that direction was even more far reaching than what had happened to my body. I didn’t just find change, I uncovered unsuspected depths and heights. I found facets of myself previously unknown. That led me to discover much later something magical that opened a whole world of experience for me. I had found the magic of my Wand. See A BreakthroughBeing HumanAvoiding Being My Own Victim

Idioms: Wave one’s magic wand.


-John N. Boutsis 2013-11-22 14:09:52

I just want to say that your site is the best site that I have come across to date. It explains dreams, but also the symbolism and mythology behind those dreams. As a teacher and a court reporter, I can’t thank you enough for taking the time to make such an informative site. I will further recommend this site to my friends and family, and my work.

John N. Boutsis

    -Tony Crisp 2013-11-24 11:20:45

    John – Thank you sincerely for what you wrote. It is a great encouragement for me.

    Blessings to you, your family and your work.


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