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    Though visualization is the basis of all spells it is simpy a tool which should be properly used. It must be real in the mind of the spell-caster so that it allows him or her to raise, concentrate and send forth energy to accomplish the spell.

    How should I understand the word "raise" here?

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    Re: raise

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    Though visualization is the basis of all spells it is simpy a tool which should be properly used. It must be real in the mind of the spell-caster so that it allows him or her to raise, concentrate and send forth energy to accomplish the spell.

    How should I understand the word "raise" here?
    "To create" or "to make stronger". It's not entirely clear which, but from what I know of spell-casting, it usually means to actually cause the required energy to exist, so it would probably be "create".

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