The Magic Room
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In observation of 4chan's 11th Birthday, I will be creating some new OC here in this text from scratch.
I would like to present The Magic Room.
Simply enough, TMR is a magical room unlike any you've experienced before (most likely). You can visit it at any time, work on your magic, and even tie your ideas to the physical. The steps involved in creating, maintaining, and utilizing your room will be completely covered in this post and I would love some feedback on what works for you and what doesn't.
First, we need to get into a comfy place, preferably seated, sitting straight and in basic meditative position.
Close your eyes, begin to feel your surroundings, move your attention from the bottom of your feet and slowly move your conscious thought upwards until you reach your head. You want to be able to feel every inch of your physical being before we can move on.
Next, we will work on the room's structure. It can be anywhere, in literally any place you can think of.
Whilst in your meditative state, begin to feel your physical body disappear from the area you're currently in and visualize what your perfect magic room would be. It should follow the standard of being comfortable, relaxing, yet productive in the fact that you can work on your magic within this room and always able to remember it no matter what transpires.
When you have figured out what kind of room you'd like to be within and are basically sitting within it inside your mind, we can begin the next stage of tying the room to this realm.
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I'm going to preface this by saying that I don't have strong beliefs in the supernatural but that it always been at least really interesting for me to learn about. Kind of like how a person can take to reading science fiction books without seriously believing that in the near distant future the star wars will take place. I'm only making this point to explicate that I'm not some looney toon reading too much into a handful of coincidences.
I'm a music producer. Have been for a while. Started doing it professionally but still dump more effort into my own personal projects. I've had a tremendous amount of luck with gaining a small amount of notoriety over the years through the advent of the internet. You might have heard of me, but chances are higher that you probably haven't.
So a few years ago, I accidentally put a curse on one of my albums. I put a lot of work into it and thought it ended up sounding great (which is a rarity for me because I am usually pretty critical of my own work) but while I was making it, got the bright idea to tell people that it was cursed.
At the time I was thinking of it as a joke. I had always found it amusing to receive those stupid chain letter esque emails about "the ghost girl that will kill you and eat your soul if you read this and don't send it to 50 people in your contacts list" so when I released it, I littered the descriptions and info with bits of text along those lines, telling people that the album was cursed and would curse you forever if you listened to it all the way through without skipping any tracks. The theme for it was pretty macabre and it just made sense at the time I guess. It was just dumb stupid fun.