Meditate, meditate, and then meditate some more

I have to admit, this is the piece of advice that irritated me the most when I was first researching magick and witchcraft. From brujas and sorcerors to new age gurus, it seemed like everyone was saying the same thing:

“learn to meditate before you start spellwork!”

After quite some time, I’ve found that this advice was ubiquitous for good reason: it works.

Spellwork is 10% preparation and 90% manifestation. You’ve probably heard that term used before, but I’ll simplify it for you.

Manifestation is simply the ability to alter your physical reality by visualizing the change you want to experience. From overcoming self-defeating behavior to improving your financial situation, you can move mountains with the power of positive visualization.

Manifestation really is at the core of all magickal systems, and the best way to become a powerful manifester is to — you guessed it — meditate.


Meditation allows you to:

– learn how to relax your mind and body (even in stressful conditions or when your are emotionally excited)

– increase your focus span

– learn how to obtain and control various, alternative states of mind

– learn properly visualize

– increase your ability to learn and understand

– increase your overall control over yourself

– increase your ability to coping with stress improving your overall life quality


You will need to learn various forms of meditation, because you will all need them:

  1. void meditation,
  2. focused meditation,
  3. visualizing.

It’s not enough to know how to meditate, you need to practice it regularly, at least 3 times a week, preferably more often.

Video: Guided Mediation

To help the beginner learn how to mediate, start with guided mediation, several times per week.

Whispering Guided Meditation – For Relaxation and preparation for spell work and witchcraft 

Here is a whispered meditation for you to relax and enjoy.

This was a subscriber/BWC Student request.
– Best with headphones
– you can choose to close your eyes or not
– you can lay down or sit