My advice for anyone wanting to learn this skill is to: BE PATIENT! I see people wanting to learn how to conjure whatever spirit is trendy these days. Nothing wrong with that in my book. What bothers me is that they jump straight to conjuring without little or no experience, let alone personal development. Then they come back saying nothing happened or they got no results etc. and asking why? Even in the FB WWD group, people ask questions on why nothing happened, when they haven’t done the foil meditation exercises.
I found out for myself that a daily practice session will help greatly in becoming more in tune with the spirits. I guess it doesn’t matter which road you take, whether it’s the LBRP, meditation, psalm reading, various prayers etc, you will become more sensitive to your spiritual side.
If you get reach certain blockages along the way, just push through them by continuing the sessions. Like BW Savannah says, “fake it till you make it” – and I agree. You can’t quit just because YOU can’t feel the spirit on the day.
One of the most common blockage I’ve heard of and experienced myself (and still experience from time to time) is that you get a feeling that it’s all in vain and you’ll get nowhere by doing it. I think that’s a test and each time you pass it, you move a step up the latter – at least that was in my case.
To conclude, by having a daily practice not only do you become more aware of your spiritual side, but the spirits become more aware of you