The Three Types of Crap Goals

My second video: The Three types of Crap Goals

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21 Responses to The Three Types of Crap Goals

  1. Lori says:

    Great vid! That is one of the hardest things I think people struggle with-defining goals. So, does this mean I still might be able to become Dumbledore one day?

  2. UnlikelyMage says:

    Very useful, especially the three things you mention that magic is good for. That’s a good subtle key.

  3. Wicklow2012 says:

    Loved the video and it is very helpful. Keep up the good work brother, hope to see more vids here in the future.

  4. Gordon says:

    You. Are. So. Awesome.

    More. MORE! More videos!

  5. Bryan Garner says:

    I like it! Very good points.
    Although personally, even improbable or (at first) vague goals have been realized greatly with magicke, (…with equal measures of lasting tenacity).
    They usually began with a -wish-/desire without really understanding what the realization of that ‘wish’/goal really meant but I wanted it. I of course did rituals and often follow up rituals. I received just what I wanted even though my initial fantasy of what that fulfilled wish would LOOK like differed.
    At first I had no map, no way of achieving this goal but opportunities seemed to line up perfectly while meeting the ‘right people at the right time’. Perhaps this has to do with having that clear channel of -will- that gets things going in the cosmos in those magical type ways. (Maybe picking up the direct signs which lead to success, who knows?) The reality of it often turns out better than my initial perception and much more suitable for my life…. Its as if someone/thing knew how to properly manifest the wish better then I could imagine it… :)

  6. Marcell says:

    Great content, I absolutely wait for fresh news by you.

  7. Balthazar says:

    I really loved this video Jason! I am speaking at a conference in March and your pace and style is something to emulate.

  8. Very nice and clearly expressed teaching. :)

    This kind of material is also good when counteracting the typical straw man arguments against magic. However, assuming these boundaries concerning practical magic, it is very difficult to prove anything to anybody. If only I could just levitate and shoot fireballs out of my eyes… (I heard too many Randi Prize -arguments during the last week. :P)

  9. Rose Weaver says:

    Wonderful video. What you’ve stated has certainly been my experience. All goals for magickal purposes must be set with something measurable to work towards in the mundane realm.

    I enjoy how you present your material, Jason. I look forward to more of these!

  10. Thank you for spelling this out so clearly. Defining the path is absolutely essential – otherwise, how will you know where to point your magick?

  11. Shannon Q says:

    Your video posts are great. I appreciated how you went over what not to do in goal setting. However, I was hoping that you would have also gone over more examples of what to do with some examples of great goals. For those of us who suck at goal setting, I felt lost to begin with. Now, I just feel like I am allowed to do even less. I see it as if it were a water well. You took out the bad water, but didn’t completely fill it up with good water so I could pump it out.
    Thanks again for the great work. Your teaching is close to my heart.

  12. anon says:

    Actually there is “strategic” way of winning the lottery, which is getting winning numbers from spirits.

  13. Inominandum says:

    You are right anon, which is why everyone that talks to spirits is a multi-millionaire…

    Get grounded man. I am not saying that spirits cannot provide useful information. I have even had them tell me precise information on the location of items in the present. I am just saying that picking the winning numbers for Mega Millions is not one of their functions. Too much chance.

    If you want to stop posting anonymously and start providing check stubs for all the millions that you get from the lottery I am happy to re-think my position. Until then you are just someone reading stuff from books and arguing the abstract.

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  17. Tammy says:

    Excellent! Thank you….
    Time to clarify my goals and roll up my sleeves.

  18. Trish says:

    Additional lame, uninspiring, vague, unmeasurable goals I constantly hear about: I want to be on “my right path”, I want to fulfill “my potential” (your potential of what? – your potential as a singer? your potential as an idiot?), I want to find my “soulmate”, “twin-flame” “man/woman of my dreams” (Oy Vey! Don’t get me started!). Usually from people who are too lazy to actually put actions into what they want and expect things to just “show up” for them. You have no idea how often I say “the planets don’t actually do anything, they just provide the environment for certain potentialities to manifest, however it’s up to the person, via their beliefs AND ACTIONS, whether they do, or not”

  19. Nikki M says:

    I’ve recently begun the process of reading your blog from the beginning. After being an avid fan of Rune Soup for a little over a year now it’s amazing it’s taken me this long to really dive into your writing/insights. This video speaks to me very much at this time as I am in the process of really outlining what my goals are for the next few years and you’ve outlined ways I can make them even better and more attainable with or without magic. Now I have a better idea of how I need to frame them (Maybe I’ll even Kanban them out? LOL!) Cheers!

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