Magick, as we would define it, is the art of change in conformity with will, which is much like it was for Aleister Crowley. Though, we would not consider magick a science as he did. For what we have found, science is a systematic methodology which specifically uses the scientific method to falsify information, which is more closely related to what Karl Popper thought about science. But I would still consider it an art, as art is an expression of being.
We feel that this definition is not too overbearing, and is loose enough to incorporate all the aspects of magick that we will. This definition also does not see magick as a spiritual, or non-material construct, and more likens it to the state of causing change, or bringing forth manifestation as one wants it to occur. Magick is a process of change, and does not rely on any physical, mental, or spiritual states of being in order to exist. This allows our process of magick to be focused on working to create this change rather than focusing on the element that creates that change like an immaterial force, or a psychological process.
Magick is change, it is the becoming of things into new things, and us leading that change through our will. This change can be brought on through any form such as the Ladaqa, the Madaqa, and/or the Sadaqa, and is a setting forth of an individual’s skaknao into the world to cause that change where it will interact with the rest of the existence’s kna. This expression of an individual’s art which moves aspects of their existence in order to create change through what they will, is what magick is.