The Art & Practice of Creative Visualization

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Weiser Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 95 pages
Exploring the ten laws governing creative visualization, this book uses case histories to summarize the theories, and exercises to help empower readers with the ability to create happiness and comfort in their lives, through the powers of creative visualization.
 

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This book is one of the better works on the art of creative visualization. If you are not into ceremonial magic, then you can overlook this part and still work the exercises which give a good grounding in the practice of creative visualization.
The author has a tendency to repeat themself, but the author states their reason for so doing. The book starts with the laws of creative visualization, giving two basic exercises with which to start, and then moves on to more serious practice.
I would have very little hesitation in recommending this book to anyone interested in the esoteric or just manifesting a better life for themselves.
 

Contents

Laws Governing Creative
13
The Sphere of Availability
21
The Technique of Limitation
37
The Law of Binding
43
The Law of the Barrier
49
The Law of the Trasure Chart
55
The Law of EMotion
63
The Law of the Reversal
69
In Conclusion
91
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Ophiel, who died in 1988 at age 84, was an eclectic teacher and thinker, with an uncanny ability to make esoteric ideas understandable and available to all. He lived and worked in San Francisco, California. His Art and Practice series also includes Creative Visualization, Astral Travel, Clairvayance, Occult, and Talismanic Magic.

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