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Magick for Speed Learning

Postby LD330 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 10:51 am

Is there any way to go about doing magick to enhance your learning speed/capabilities? Are there different spirits for different subjects like math/physics/chemistry?

I don't know where to start with this. I read the Goetia and a lot of the spirit descriptions talk about helping you learn anything or giving you secret knowledge.

However I have little experience with magick. I've been meditating consistently for the past five years but do not know where to start with magick. I've practiced the LBRP and the Star Ruby and things like Liber Reguli or assumption of god-forms before. But I don't know how to do magick to get a specific result.

Can anyone give me a place to start with this? The specific result I want to get is enhanced learning speed and capabilities.
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Re: Magick for Speed Learning

Postby danica » Sun Jan 29, 2017 1:26 pm

You can make a Talisman with this specific purpose (have you read Regardie's little book on Talismans? If not, it's highly recommended!). Or you can go with simple visualization before sleep, or as a part of Yoga Nidra.
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Re: Magick for Speed Learning

Postby [V] » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:12 am

As a science student, this is something I've tried to figure out myself. I've never been able to perform any type of ritual that gave me the effect I wanted. I have read books that have helped me tremendously which I directly attribute to my excellent learning abilities in the sciences. Perhaps it was the effect of the ritual that lead me to these books...

Anyways, read a book called "Mind for Numbers". The author discusses some incredibly useful techniques and explains them very well. I believe the techniques explained in this book are the same skills that we use in our occult studies, just presented in a different light. Try to read it with this in mind. This book helped me become a 4.0 student and helped me gain admission to a competitive MD program. Reading the right book is every bit as magical as performing a ritual after all.
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Re: Magick for Speed Learning

Postby LD330 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:02 am

Talismans are an interesting idea, I skimmed through the Regardie book. I have to look more into that.

[V] did you do a specific ritual to get enhanced learning abilities? I haven't read A Mind for Numbers but I took the Learning How to Learn course on Coursera based on the book. Do you have any notes or tricks you've found that work well? This has been my experience so far:

Mind Maps: I make a poster with all the information from a given course/course segment. I make it colorful and use pictures so I want to look at it. Related concepts get connected through lines. I get a lot of understanding and information consolidation doing this.

Affirmations: I write down every day "I learn quickly, efficiently and thoroughly," "I am skilled at math and physics," and "I am skilled at computer science" every day. The latter two affirmations help more than the learning one. After a couple of days doing them my thinking speed and confidence increased while doing the coursework I'm going through now.

Motivation: I got this from a Tony Robbins book, you visualize something you're motivated to do and notice how you're viewing this in your mind (image/video, bright/dark, focused/blurry, loud/quiet, etc). Then take those qualities and put them into the image of something you want to be motivated to do (doing coursework).

I'm trying to come up with a formula that will allow me to learn unconsciously so I can go about my day and have my unconscious mind working on the problems while I do other things. Mind maps have taken me furthest in this direction but are still not fast. I still need to put in the ~150 hours or so to get through a course.
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