I've noticed something over the years that does seem pretty weird (to me, anyway, there may be a perfectly logical explanation for it). I've been trying to control my PCOS/endometriosis/adenomyosis/etc with the Pill for several years now, and I've been through various different types because (putting it as delicately as I can), they work for roughly five months, and then they don't. I realised today that a similar sort of thing happened when I was on Prozac - textbook for about five months, then things started to drift.
It seems to me that my body builds up a resistance to medication after that five-month mark - even if it's medication that (as far as I know) you're not supposed to be able to build up a resistance to, like synthetic hormones.
The world's going to hell, we're all clapping along... - Rob Paravonian
...Every time I get sick, something changes in my life. The sicker I get, the bigger the change, and the longer I'm sick, the longer the change lasts. It's some weird coincidence I haven't been able to figure out. It's like the universe takes some of my life force to change itself or something. And it happens every time, and is noticeable every time. Any changes that happen that aren't related to me being sick are either insignificant or unnoticeable. It's just weird. Kinda like the mp3 player that controls the weather that is owned by one of the creatrices here.
In other weird crap news, every time I go to a "haunted" location, ghosts never appear. Even if they are notorious for the appearances of ghosts, or there is someone spiritually sensitive in the group. I'm practically a spiritual nullifier. Doesn't stop the energy from being there, though. Just stops it from grouping together beyond "orbs", which are, more often than not, just dust particles. In other words, I can guarantee that you will not ever see ghosts if you are around me.
this is weather related again, but it does refer back to the previous post. I once went camping with 3 friends and it rained a lot. one friend said he was going to do a spell to try and stop the rain, i wasn't rerally convinced, but hey. Anyway, he did his spell and to no noticable effect except we all suddenly felt really sleepy despite it being the middle of the day, and dozed off. we woke up all at the same time nearly an hour later, to find the sun out! so maybe changing things does take a bit of your energy?
It depends on what you're changing and where you draw power from.
Not that I've ever meddled in weather magic and, say, perhaps influenced hurricane creation or paths. *shiftyeyes* No. Meddling with weather magic is dangerous and foolish and I'd never at this point of my life do something so foolish (even if tempted). ^^;;
It's actually a subconscious thing. If I really want it to happen, it happens, unless circumstances make it impossible. And it's always in a roundabout fashion. Conservation of energy? That shouldn't be. I have the whole world to draw from!