Ernest Kinnie
THE MAGIC THEATER II---not for everyone
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THE MAGIC THEATER II not for everyone THE MAGIC THEATER II is not meant to be read as you would a text book or novel It emphasizes experiential not intellectual understanding For instance the first chapter begins with an invitation to g

  • Title: THE MAGIC THEATER II---not for everyone
  • Author: Ernest Kinnie
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  • Page: 349
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  • THE MAGIC THEATER II is not meant to be read as you would a text book or novel It emphasizes experiential, not intellectual understanding For instance, the first chapter begins with an invitation to go back when you were three years old, looking afresh at the world with wonder filled eyes You could try to remember what it was like, and analyze the implications In thisTHE MAGIC THEATER II is not meant to be read as you would a text book or novel It emphasizes experiential, not intellectual understanding For instance, the first chapter begins with an invitation to go back when you were three years old, looking afresh at the world with wonder filled eyes You could try to remember what it was like, and analyze the implications In this book you go out the door and do it.Alfred North Whitehead, in THE AIMS OF EDUCATION, believed that concepts and strategies become alive only when they are experienced Otherwise, they become like playing chess with words which can be very enjoyable, but doesn t have a lot of relevance beyond itself In this book you directly experience concepts and strategies first, and think about them later, except for chapter 7 In that chapter you ll explore the book s theoretical framework.1 Eric Berne fun and games2 Fritz Perls grand old man of Esalen3 Skinner and Pavlov the basic rules of change4 Freud the unconscious and the fertile void5 Moving among the realties6 The magic connection RELAX relaxation7 Theory for your intellectual edification8 Primal sex six sessions9 Fun and powerful adventures and strategies10 The Fabulous Five.You can do the experiences and exercises in this book alone or with friends, except for chapter 8, where you will need someone that you can love emotionally and physically That chapter explores and intensifies your sexual experiences by awakening the ancient, primal dance.Write down what happens as you move through the book Seriously consider keeping a journal to record what you find, as the writing itself adds to the experience, and you will continue to learn about yourself as you reread what you wrote The words WHAT I FOUND will be your cue to start writing, and there are often examples of what others have found.Don t rush through the book Pause frequently to carefully notice and absorb what you are experiencing Explore with honesty and care, and if you feel like doing something different than suggested, do it Don t make this book into work, something you have to do for your own good or to finish the task Better to burn the book than let that happen You ve wasted enough of your life doing things others wanted you to do, which have often been for their benefit, not yours.You ll find this book much like the original magic theater in Hermann Hesse s novel THE STEPPENWOLF Whether you find demons or good spirits is up to you THE MAGIC THEATER II shows you the caves where they sleep and the mountainsides where they dance.

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    1. Tami Montano says:

      Thank you LibraryThing Members Giveaway for bringing this book to my attention. I enjoyed several of the experiences suggested by the author in his mission of self realization and self appreciation. I think if it was re-worked slightly to separate some of the ideas that seemed crammed together, that this book would have a greater impact.

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