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Magical Identity: The Practical Magic of Space, Time, Neuroscience, and Identity
- How Space Time Magic Works, Book 3
- Narrated by: Tyler Monier-Williams
- Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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Magical Identity: The Practical Magic of Space, Time, Neuroscience and Identity explores real magic from an ontological perspective, to show why identity is an essential part of your practical magical practice. In this audiobook you'll discover how you can change your identity and why making changes to your identity is the most effective magical practice you'll ever learn.
In this audiobook you will discover:
- Advanced neuro-magic techniques for working with your body consciousness and neurotransmitter entities.
- The web of time and space, a space/time magic technique for changing your life.
- The key to successfully changing bad habits into positive habits.
- How identity helps you create and keep results.
- How to use nonlinear time to manipulate linear time and much more!
Magical Identity challenges you to take your magical practice to the next level. You will learn techniques that will change how you think of magic and yourself and will show you how to create effective change for your life.
Effective practical magic is magic that includes identity, and in this audiobook you'll learn why. Come inside and explore the multiple dimensions of space, time, identity, neurology, memory, movement, and more with Taylor Ellwood.
In Magical Identity you'll find wide ranging, well-referenced explorations of magical practice (as well as personal reflections) that are bound to enhance the work of seasoned occultists. For those new to magic this intelligent and engaging work will help to dispel some of the more pernicious myths about key parts of magical theory such as the will, emptiness, and transformation. Ellwood blends suggestions for practice with well informed theoretical discussions.
Throughout this audiobook you'll find a sparkling clarity in the writing (seriously, no mystic mumbo jumbo, no obscure oh-so-spookyness). And when you've listened to this audiobook the chances are that you'll have discovered an attitude toward magic that is rich in new ideas and perspectives and will undoubtedly enhance your own approach, whatever your style or tradition.
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- Carpe Diem
This is the first book by Taylor Ellwood that I've "experienced" and I'm really interested in the subject matter. In listening to it I assumed it was being read by the author because the delivery is so monotonous and amateurish. No one would pay someone to read his book like this would he? But no, it's narrated by someone else. But I can overlook that. The really annoying thing is the repetitions in the recording. Some of them are obviously flubs and redos, some are just repetitions of sentences and paragraphs for no discernible reason. It happens so often that I get irritated at the sloppiness of it all and have to go listen to something else for a while. Jeez, why not take the time to review and edit your audio files before putting it up for sale? I'm having difficulty maintaining interest because of these issues. I also ordered it as a Kindle book, I guess I'll just actually read the book;)
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- Valkyr Johnson
Another key to magic know thyself
This book is an extremely detailed look into identity and how it intersects with magic and one's life. It is really a personal journey and everyone will have different experiences. This book has made me realize it's importance
It breaks down a lot of key concepts including culture and choice. It helps with many viewpoints and because identity is so important to magic it covers a lot of ground.
It touches on body work and even the tarot. It goes into Buddhism, meditation, habits and psychology.
It is well narrated. This made it an even better journey.
I was fortunate enough to be given a review copy by the author. This book came at the right time for me. I'm trying to change and this book will help.