5/2/2013 – living a life of alchemy

Recent events and conversations with friends have brought to mind the sort of helplessness that many feel. Ideas like “The Secret” and the law of attraction have gotten a lot of attention, but they only tell part of the story.  The Law of Attraction is only one of the seven Hermetic Principals described in the Kybalion, a book that purports to describe the secrets of alchemy, transformation of the self and one’s environment (which can include gold if you need that sort of thing).  Tonight Saul Ravencraft and David Marsh will discuss these ideas and how they can apply to your life whether you are a “magical practitioner” or not.  It’s a wizard’s rules for the road. Catch the broadcast live at 8:30 PM Central Time and call in with your comments and questions. Each show is recorded so if you miss it you can hear the podcast. Click the radio below to listen.  Don’t forget to follow the program on  Facebook .

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News of the weird

These stories of the strange odd and unusual provided by Steve Busti at the Museum of the Weird.

Show Notes

Here are some things that inspired tonight’s conversation.

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This video demonstrates how everything we experience is processed through our mind.  It is the embodiment of the principal of mentalism.  The results are clear.  These people misperceive themselves because of their inner thoughts.  Doesn’t it makes sense that it would spread to everything else?

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This video shows an amazing perspective by someone who grew up with a “disability”.  Notice how he had his breakthroughs when he stopped trying to “fit in”.  That’s Vibration… being affected by others and affecting others.

Cover of the Kybalion

This book contains the principals discussed on the show.  Saul is contemplating his own book covering the topic.

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