Wizards Academy

Magical Biology – Secred Inner Energy

Secred Inner Energy is the fuel that sustains your magical driving
force. Without this, you will be performing a hollow act that would fail
to produce results.

  1. Pineal Gland: The pineal gland is a small, pinecone-shaped endocrine gland located in the brain, and is associated with the “third eye” in many spiritual traditions. It is believed to be responsible for intuition, psychic abilities, and spiritual insight. Some practitioners connect the pineal gland to the Hindu concept of the “ajna” chakra or the “brow” chakra, and the Egyptian Eye of Horus. Its activation is thought to enable clairvoyance, clairaudience, and other psychic abilities.
  2. Hands: In many magical practices, the hands are used to channel and direct energy, especially during healing practices such as Reiki, or in rituals where practitioners draw symbols or sigils. The right hand is often considered to be associated with active, projective energy, while the left hand represents receptive, passive energy. The Hindu deity Ganesha, remover of obstacles, is often depicted with multiple hands, each holding a symbolic item representing various powers and abilities.
  3. Heart: The heart is considered the center of emotions, love, and compassion in many spiritual traditions. It is often associated with the “anahata” or heart chakra in Hinduism, responsible for emotional healing, balance, and the ability to give and receive love. In Egyptian mythology, the heart was believed to be the seat of the soul and was weighed against the feather of Ma’at, the goddess of truth and justice, during the judgment of the dead.
  4. Feet: The feet play a crucial role in grounding and connecting with the earth in many magical practices. They help practitioners to draw up earth energy, which can be used for various purposes, such as grounding, protection, and manifestation. In Hinduism, the goddess Lakshmi is often depicted with lotus flowers beneath her feet, symbolizing her connection to prosperity, abundance, and spiritual purity.
  5. Eyes: In many spiritual and magical traditions, the eyes are considered the windows to the soul and are associated with perception, intuition, and insight. The “evil eye” belief, found in many cultures, attributes the power of casting curses or bringing misfortune upon others through a malevolent gaze. In Ancient Egyptian mythology, the Eye of Horus and the Eye of Ra represent protection, healing, and the all-seeing nature of the divine.
  6. Mouth: The mouth plays a critical role in spoken incantations, invocations, and affirmations in magical practices. It is believed that the power of the spoken word can manifest intentions and shape reality. In Hindu mythology, the goddess Saraswati, who represents knowledge, wisdom, and creativity, is often depicted with a veena (musical instrument) in her hands, symbolizing the power of sound and speech.
  7. Ears: Ears are associated with listening, intuition, and spiritual guidance. They represent the ability to receive and interpret messages from the divine, spirit guides, or one’s higher self. In Buddhism, the long ears of the Buddha symbolize his ability to hear the suffering of all beings and his wisdom gained through listening to the teachings of others.
  8. Solar Plexus: The solar plexus, located in the upper abdomen, is often associated with the “manipura” or solar plexus chakra in Hinduism. It represents personal power, self-confidence, and the ability to manifest one’s desires. In many magical practices, the solar plexus is considered a center for storing and channeling energy.
  9. Left and Right Channels: Many spiritual traditions recognize the duality of energy channels in the body, often referred to as the “ida” (left, feminine, passive) and “pingala” (right, masculine, active) in Hinduism and Kundalini Yoga. These channels are believed to spiral around the central energy channel, the “sushumna,” which runs from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. The left channel represents the passive, receptive, and intuitive aspects, while the right channel embodies the active, projective, and analytical qualities. Balancing these energies is essential for spiritual growth and well-being.
  10. Nostrils: In yogic practices, the nostrils play a significant role in pranayama, or breath control techniques, which are believed to influence the flow of energy in the body. The left nostril is associated with the “ida” channel and represents the feminine, passive, and cooling aspects of energy, while the right nostril is connected to the “pingala” channel and signifies the masculine, active, and heating qualities of energy. Alternate nostril breathing, a pranayama technique, is used to balance these energies and harmonize the body and mind.
  11. Crown of the Head: The crown of the head is associated with the “sahasrara” or crown chakra in Hinduism and is considered the point of connection between the individual and the divine. It is believed to be the seat of higher consciousness, spiritual awakening, and enlightenment. Many spiritual practices, such as meditation and energy work, focus on activating and opening the crown chakra to facilitate a deeper connection with one’s higher self and the spiritual realms.
  12. Sacrum: The sacrum, located at the base of the spine, is associated with the “muladhara” or root chakra in Hinduism. This chakra is considered the foundation of one’s energetic system, representing stability, security, and the connection to the physical world. In many magical practices, the sacrum is seen as a crucial point for grounding energy and drawing upon the earth’s power for manifestation and protection.
  13. Throat: The throat is connected to the “vishuddha” or throat chakra in Hinduism and is considered the center of communication, self-expression, and creativity. Many magical practices involve the use of spoken words, chants, or affirmations to manifest intentions and shape reality. The throat chakra plays a significant role in these practices, as it is responsible for channeling and expressing one’s inner truth and wisdom.
  14. Modes of Consciousness: Different states of consciousness, such as waking, dreaming, and deep sleep, play a crucial role in the metaphysical experience. Many magical and spiritual practices aim to alter or expand one’s consciousness to access higher states of awareness, intuition, and insight. Techniques such as meditation, visualization, trance work, and shamanic journeying can help individuals explore various modes of consciousness and their influence on the metaphysical experience.
  15. Navel: The navel, or the area around the belly button, is associated with the “svadhisthana” or sacral chakra in Hinduism. This chakra is considered the center of creativity, emotions, and sexuality. It plays a significant role in many magical practices involving emotional healing, manifestation, and exploring one’s desires and passions. Balancing and nurturing the sacral chakra can enhance one’s connection to their emotional and creative selves.