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Theme 1 - What is Sorcery and Sincerity

Authored by Tesla di Murbox

The author of this provocative book addresses the current practice of Sorcery. Far from malpractice and appealing about dubious procedures, brings the magic in the source that has all the colors: its practitioners.
Contact with content begins development staff and enter the person in the art of Sorcery. Independent of personal levels, the Sorcery left a long time "sons of misery" for its glories. Pragmatic Practice leave hopes to stick changes. Facts as bases of operations, open to you the power to change, changes which concern you.
This first collection is dedicated to individual improve, to understand the practice. Practices are saved to the next collection, understood only with the appropriate core values submitted from this first work.
In the historical perspective of Western that Tesla di Murbox puts this book, Sorcery always meets a basic need in their practices and attitudes: RESULTS.
Independent of the personal path of the reader, the focus is on values and practices grounded in facts and experience to enhance any character, to admit and publicize the laws that you believe to be correct.
This book is recommended for people of any kind and religion who want to change.

SOME CONTENTS:

Reality as will fruit - How follow Sucess- About the topics covered - History of Sorcery - Why will is so important - Beliefs are as - ExerciseHow to Change Paradigms - Exercise of the Pineal Gland - Cientific Approaches to Mental Attributes - Psychological Phenomena - Physical Phenomena - Magic Paradigm - Endless Paradigm - Probability Manipulation - The Power of the Mith - Why Miths - It means.


Publication Date:
2009-11-10
ISBN/EAN13:
1449594212 / 9781449594213
Page Count:
158
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / Religion & Science




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