“Abracadabra is actually a Hebrew word meaning I create what I speak.”
Growing up as a kid we would put on magic shows, hoping to pull that fluffy white bunny out of a hat. Seriously, as a kid, I thought I had the power to make magic shit happen, and maybe I did but did not recognize my ability at the time. Today, I know without a doubt just how powerful I AM, I probably would have managed my energy better, and with more, attentive care. But WHO KNEW the word abracadabra unleashes magic, I certainly thought it did, not sure if I believed it at the time, but hey, as a kid, you tried a lot of crazy things hoping something would pan-out, and it usually did.
Another powerful wishful thinking command; “OPEN SESAME,” we thought came with some insane power as well. As kids, we played with magic not knowing how powerful those call to actions really were. Doors did open, but not in the way we thought.
A reminder; YOU ARE OMNIPOTENT, and your WORDS are swords, they can cut to the chase, cut to the truth, as well as mend another being and bring about unexpected change. The Universe is always listening. Think of your mind as a magic wand, thoughts are powerful.
The most potent form of energy is thought because thought-waves are cosmic waves penetrating all time and space.
- Watch your thoughts, they become words.
- Watch your words, they become actions.
- Watch your actions, they become habits.
- Watch your habits, they become your character.
- Watch your character, it becomes your destiny.
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The enigma of the name
Some researchers think it’s possible to comprehend the etymology of the word “abracadabra” since it really has more than one explanation. However, there are a few leading theories.
The first one takes into consideration the Aramaic saying “Avrah KeDabra,” meaning, “I will create as I talk” or “The magician’s word will become a reality.” Other research reports the term coming from Arab “Abra Kadabra,” meaning “let the things be destroyed,” which might, in this case, refer to the disease. Rather than a curse, researchers believe the Aramaic sentence has been utilized as a way of treating disease.
The second concept has it abracadabra could signify the Hebraic words “ab” (father), “ben” (son), and “ruach hacadosch” (holy spirit). ~Core Spirit