Mark Vale is besieged by financial and marital turmoil when he meets a group of contemporary alchemists. They take him on an astonishing journey and teach him to transform difficult situations into golden opportunities. Mark learns from wonderfully unlikely characters, from a billionaire to a beautiful topless waitress, and receives a massive financial windfall. But can his material success hold his family together? Mark then embarks on the ultimate quest to understand how our values influence events. From a childhood in Swaziland immersed in supernatural worldviews to hermetic philosophy and experience using esoteric methods to speculate on the financial markets, author William Whitecloud brings a dazzling range of knowledge and experience to bear in this practical and magical look at what we really want — and how to get it.
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The Magician's Way: What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure 2009-10-20 22:18:37 Krysta Gibson
Reviewed by Krysta Gibson October 20, 2009
Last updated: October 20, 2009
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If you are interested in learning more about how to create magic in your life, you will enjoy this book. Never boring, it takes us on a ride through the life of a man named Mark Vale who is facing financial and marital problems. He meets a group of people who lead him through various experiences that ultimately teach him the seven secrets of magic.
The Magician's Way: What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure 2009-08-09 22:56:20 Cynthia Gregory
William Whitecloud's wonderful novel is a story of enlightenment in disguise. We meet everyman Mark Vale at the critical juncture of a life in transition. Everything he had believed to be true simply ceased to be, well, true. And like a true initiate, Mark has a series of experiences with unlikely magicians who show up to share important insights. At first, Mark is dazzled, then entranced by the idea that life is magical and that he himself, is a magician in training. Mark makes several easy quantum leaps and then stubs his metaphysical toe on the hardest lesson of all: Before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment, chop wood and carry water. The Magician's Way is a great modern saga that weaves important universal truths into a page-turning adventure.