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On Becoming an Alchemist: A Guide for the Modern Magician
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Each of us has the ability to perform magic and to transform our lives and our world for the better. True magicians don't recite incantations or spells says Catherine MacCoun, a modern-day alchemist. They don't cause things to appear or disappear. Instead, they take what already exists - whatever they're presented with - and transmute the harmful into the helpful, the useless into the valuable. Here is a guide to recognizing, cultivating, and using the magic of your inner wisdom and intuitive power. This book helps readers to understand how the alchemical transmutation is achieved - not through trying to change circumstances, but through changing themselves. At its essence, practising alchemy involves developing an understanding of our relationship to the situation, person, or object in question-and realizing that by changing our viewpoint, we can exert influence over people and events. The alchemical principles presented by MacCoun can be applied to all the ordinary challenges of life including relationships, family life, work, health, finances, and creative endeavours.
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