Brain Magick: Exercises in Meta-Magick and Invocation Paperback – 19 Nov 2011
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About the Author
Philip H. Farber is a respected author and magician who teaches at MaybeLogic Academy. A certified hypnotist, hypnotist instructor, and licensed NLP trainer, Farber has written three books on magick. Visit him online at Meta-Magick.com.
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Mana from heaven via the living Magus : Phil Farber
Woo-Hoo with lots of l<3ve too, blessed to have had the pleasure of reception, and perception.
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I don't say this lightly, this work may very well be THE BEST "personal development" book on the market today (yes yes I know... it's even better than Prometheus rising) eat your heart out Anthony Robbins.
Well researched, complete with a works cited and foot notes. This book makes a serious and sincere attempt at creating THE book on "mind change". I found the neuroscientific citations particularly interesting, specifically because many of these kind of books seem to ignore the physical aspect of such phenomena.
The books also gives A PLETHORA of practices for each and every technique discussed. The amount of techniques given in this book is almost a drawback, simply because there are so,so many and one only has so much time!
Explains wonderfully a lot there is to learn about invocation, NLP and magick. Good for beginners as well as advanced readers. Thanks Philip!