Rebellion, Liberation, and acceptance of personal responsibility.
Updated: Mar 20
Initiating a rebellion against authority figures can be a vital first step toward self-liberation. Still, it can also become a trap that traps us in a childish frame of mind.
Every enemy must, at some time, accept reality or risk becoming an extreme buffoon.
The antithesis of accepting responsibility and gaining independence is to keep rebelling endlessly.
Rebellion can provide people with direction and drive to overcome injustice and free themselves from the oppressor.
It gives a specific objective and a frame for development and liberation.
But there comes the point where revolt is no longer a viable strategy.
If we have gained sufficient power, we may impose our will without engaging in additional conflict with the oppressor.
The problem is becoming dependent on an oppressor's existence to maintain a sense of identity. That may lead to frustration, existential depression, identity crises, and anxiety. If the practitioner made his identity a "rebel," establishing like-minded social circles, social media channels, or demonic pacts to support that identity.
It will make it challenging to grow from and replace that identity with a mature self-standing sense of self.
One thing is preparing quietly and keeping a low profile while working toward liberation. However, it is pretty different to openly promote oneself as the adversary's trooper, which develops a dependency on the oppressor. Opposing social conventions openly will cause alienation from society, pushing oneself further into extremism and closed social circles. Eventually, the identity becomes so entangled with overthrowing the oppressor that it becomes trapped in a permanent state of hate, frustration, and anger.
Even though every action and thought before empowerment was an act of rebellion against something specific, after empowerment, it no longer holds power over the practitioner's mind and becomes intangible. At this point, even dedicated Black magicians may become ideological saints, fighting against oppressive religious beliefs to sustain their identity. Constantly working against other people's perspective of the world can lead to frustration, especially when the oppressive ideology that the black magician sought to end numbered over 3 billion people. The weight of the reality created by so many minds is too much for one persona to sustain without suffering mental afflictions. This is true for any counterculture that aims to destroy the reality of billions. I have seen many lonely, burned-out individuals continue spreading anarchistic ideals without any direction.
With black magic, detachment and alienation towards mainstream society will likely occur, but this does not have to bring frustration. Practicing Black Magic can be fulfilling, especially with NLP, hypnotherapy, and life coaching. These methods can potentially empower the sorcerer in a competitive market and provide an advantage over those who have not invested in Lesser Black Magic and hard work. Black magicians are not the only ones who want to be empowered and successful.
When empowering oneself, assuming responsibility for one's life and independence is a significant psychological challenge.
Oppression usually exists in the minds of those who are oppressed, which is to say, self-inflicted.
After achieving empowerment, an oppressor must be inwardly reduced to a little annoyance and no longer be seen as a serious threat.
Freedom and happiness cannot be equated.
But, if one does not learn to value and integrate the responsibility that comes from being free, one will never reach full adulthood.
As a black magician, you are advised to try a bit of everything, including rituals, self-induced insanity, kinky sex, challenging social conventions, and playing with taboos.
While Satanism may help achieve short-term objectives, it is not a long-term means of attaining freedom.
A monotheistic perspective of Satan may be held by certain Satanists, who compare him to the Christian God and his adherents to the Hebrews.
One can either become an upside-down martyr or entrap in this religion.
Magical effects are not usually immediately noticeable, so frequent practice calls for commitment and tenacity, so a "quick cure" mentality might not be adequate in the magical arts.
Discovering your reality and role in the world is more significant than turning against that which supported your development even as an oppressor.
Are you ready to embrace the mental challenge of true freedom and responsibility?
Oppression is an internal state; overcoming it requires a solid and determined mindset.
So Instead of blaming having problems on others, take charge of the situation and find your role in it.
Challenges and assuming responsibility, although difficult and not always enjoyable, are necessary for maturation and personal growth.
True strength comes from embracing the weight of individual freedom rather than trying to escape it by perpetual engaging in rebellion and while the process of becoming a dark magician may not always show immediate results, it has long-lasting benefits, like planting an acorn and seeing it grow into a tree.
Neglecting the lonesome and occasionally challenging obligations that come with individual empowerment is giving up on the autonomy and authority gained.
Some try to escape these obligations by pretending to be constrained by oppression and circumstances. But real progress comes from accepting responsibility for one's decisions and actions.
Personal boundaries are the cornerstone of self-respect, so you should maintain and uphold them. With that, you'll be able to manage your relationships, maintain a stable environment and remain free.
Self-awareness and assertiveness is essential to maintain healthy boundaries, so you must learn to recognize your thoughts, feelings, and patterns and take ownership of them.
Remember that lack of boundaries is not a result of outside forces and that the idea of "religious persecution" is frequently used to justify avoiding responsibility for one's actions.
Those who engage in various religious and spiritual traditions may feel more liberated and self-assured because it gives a false sense of certainty but keeps in mind that taking the burden of responsibility from us is enslavement, not salvation.
To acknowledge and appreciate your actions is essential to your development, so always seize the chance to contemplate and reflect on yourself and your experiences.