Imagine living the life of your dreams. Impossible? No, not if you apply the universal principles of Magic. The original meaning of Magic is the power to manifest, to make things come true. By practicing a modern Magician’s ritual that discards old world occultism, you will discover how to use easily learned techniques that when applied regularly generate great personal power. In the new millennium, where self- reliance and independence will rule, we need an inner-self technology and tool for tapping inner resources.
Trough this magical process, you will find your Magic; the power within to transform yourself, your business and your relationships. Using the magical thinking of metaphor, myth, intuition, and logic, you will experience a practice and process for creating your fortune.
Creativity is a magical process and to create something from nothing is Magic. The power to manifest begins with passion through our heart’s desire. Clarifying the higher purpose and purifying the intention of these feelings arouses motivation and sparks the prophetic vision in the imaginative genius of the minds eye: What we see we can achieve! Calling forth our intrinsic know-how embedded deep within our genetic experience, we discover our own resources and our own unique path of manifestation. The ancient alchemists knew very well the magical laws of manifestation and they are practical principals which we can easily adapt and practice in our everyday lives. In this synergetic, whole-self approach to creativity, we are re-created and energized, and progress toward the actual fulfillment of our personal and professional life. Following them repeatedly guarantees results; so we call them The Rituals of Results, and they are as follows:
First Action: Want it - express with feeling what you want.
Second Action: Purify it - declare the higher purpose of your intended desire.
Third Action: See It - envision what you want and describe it.
Fourth Action: Believe It - affirm in your mind that you can and will produce what you want.
Fifth Action: Know It - access the know-how and expertise.
Sixth Action: Do It - take action again and again.
Remember - again is a-gain. Small gains, like small steps, add up. In the new economy, you are in fast company. A new idea is a vibration in the air that anyone can receive, so act swiftly and deepen your competitive edge. Like a child, start playing with the idea, don’t think too hard - it’s a soft work, so jump into the open space, for in the fun of doing, the game is created, the book is written, the business is formed.
Seventh Action: Release the intended outcome, resource the actual results,
REPEAT THE RITUAL!
Intuition Explorations for Decision Making,
Creativity, and Manifestation
By James Wanless, Ph.D.
INTUITIVE DECISION MAKING
For any decision you need to make and are not sure what to do, take the high road of intuitively feeling out the best course of action.
Say "wait a minute."
Sit in the "intuitive position" of optimum awareness so that you are balanced, open, and sensitive.
As you think of the decision, scan your body for what sensations you feel.
How does that physical sensation feel to you?
Does it tell you to make the decision or not?
Generally, if it feels good, do it!
Trust your body!
Picture-Thinking Creative Intuition
"The Soul never thinks without a picture." - Aristotle
Everyone is a natural tarot reader! All you have to do is have a question, pick a Card from a face-down Deck, and let the title and pictures of the Card suggest the answers. The only requirement is self-trust; giving your intuitive answers value and respect.
CARD TITLE ANSWER:
SYMBOLS: THE SPARK OF CREATIVITY
"The Soul" never thinks without a picture." said Aristotle, the logician. Ideas are always expressed as a mental picture first. For example, Albert Einstein discovered relativity after picturing himself surfing on a ray of light.
The mental picture represents the projection of our inner creative source. The picture is also a symbol for a subsequent idea. So, symbols connect the spirit of pure consciousness with the thinking mind. Using symbols to generate new ideas is the most fundamental way that we create. Carl Jung, the Psychologist, declared that "The symbol is the mechanism that transforms energy." In other words, creates. Symbols are the movers of consciousness, they spark creative thinking.
To create an idea, allow a picture to arise in the minds eye. As a symbol for thought, ask yourself what that picture tells you. Another way to activate creativity is to let your eye go to any physical object that attracts you. That object is a symbol. What ideas do you associate with that object?
Creative thinking through symbols is the art of making associations, which is natural for everyone. The ability to symbolize or associate is the basis of all thinking and communicating. Since creativity is so easy, we have a tendency to discount it. We must trust and honor ourselves. Creativity is a simple process wherein lies our genius.