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How Real Magic Can Transform Your Life

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The realm of Spirit is not "out there" - it is all around us, it IS us! It can seem miraculous when we become practical and resourceful in ways that our common view of "reality" doesn't allow. Overcoming limitations with practices that mobilize our unseen resources is what we're talking about with Francis Rico - shaman, author, guide, free-style surfer and guide to mystical places.

Our world spiritual leaders, mystics, gurus, prophets, are revered, but considered "impractical dreamers" whose suggestions for love and peace don't seem applicable to our modern world.

But there is another tradition - the shamanic tradition - that is based on "wild creation" - it's a tradition of practical dreaming that works with what "IS" rather than "what should be."

Shaman's have long anticipated these incredible times of transition we’re living in now- and have always taught practical readiness for this new world.

Practical dreaming involves accessing and using the innate intelligence of our inherent design - accessing inner potentialities and resources that seem magical from the point of view of the old world we're transiting out of.

But these magical potentialities are a natural expression of our true capacities -and even though they seem to be the stuff of dreams, they are now being rediscovered in the latest research and developments in neuroscience.

This intersection - or collision - of ancient practical dreaming and modern practical science is throwing bright sparks of light that can illuminate the path to your awakening - the path to your gift, to your purpose.

Francis Rico will share three simple practices from shamanic training in the wisdom traditions that still exist in Teotihuacan, Mexico, in the Royal Andes of Peru and Bolivia, and in our own Great Southwest.

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