The Secret of Magic

Magic is the creation or manifestation of Will.


When we think about manifestation, it may seem like a long, complicated procedure. Magic is the “science of Manifestation” using universal law.


Simply can say,” Things happen because you willing them to happen. Creation is done by will, by influencing the Inner World.” - Master Choa Kok Sui.

Will has two parts, power and purpose. Without power, the purpose cannot be manifested, and also power without purpose diffuses. This strong connection is the main force in materialization. Will can be more empowered by good for all. It is one of the most important rising power from the inside for the manifestation of any goals and plans.


Using a universal approach is the key; when you change the inner world, you change the physical world. Having an accurate perception of your abilities, skills, and situation gives you inner strength and clarity of mind to see and act accordingly.


In this old story, you can find two secrets of success.


Finding a New Spring


Once upon a time, a certain tradesman led a caravan to another country to sell his goods. Along the way, they came to the edge of a severe hot-sand desert. They asked about and found that during the daytime, the sun heats the fine sand until it’s as hot as charcoal so that no one can walk on it – not even bullocks or camels! So the caravan leader hired a desert guide, one who could follow the stars, so they could travel only at night when the sand cools down. They began the dangerous nighttime journey across the desert.


A couple of nights later, after eating their evening meal and waiting for the sand to cool, they started again. Later that night, the desert guide, who was driving the first cart, saw from the stars that they were getting close to the other side of the desert. He had also overeaten so that when he relaxed, he dozed off to sleep. Then the bullocks, who, of course, couldn’t tell directions by reading the stars, gradually turned to the side and went in a big wide circle until they ended up at the same place they had started from!


By then, it was morning, and the people realized they were back at the same spot they’d camped at the day before. They lost heart and began to cry about their condition. Since the desert crossing was supposed to be over by now, they had no more water and were afraid they would die of thirst. They even began to blame the caravan leader and the desert guide. “We can do nothing without water!” they complained.


Then the tradesman thought to himself, “If I lose courage now, in the middle of this disastrous situation, my leadership has no meaning. If I fall to weeping and regretting this misfortune and do nothing, all these goods and bullocks and even the lives of the people, including myself, may be lost. I must be energetic and face the situation!” So he began walking back and forth, trying to think out a plan to save them all.