Friday, July 11, 2008

The top two....Ara Kara and Dattatreya Siva Baba

The Ara Kara manifesting technique seems as popular as ever.
My review of this manifesting technique was less than glowing, but like I said then, what works for others might not work for me. We are all individuals.
http://manifesting-reality.blogspot.com/2007/07/manifesting-ara-kara.html

The man that taught Wayner Dyer the Ahhhh manifesting technique, Dattatreya Siva Baba seems to be very popular.
I did a blog about him here:
http://manifesting-reality.blogspot.com/2007/07/dattatreya-siva-baba-sri-siva.html
But since then, he has moved onto YouTube as well as his website.
Do a search there and you'll find him.

Right now I'm doing research comparing Chaos Magic to the manifesting techniques in "The Secret".
Magic isn't gone, its still here, just under a different name.




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3 comments:

Psyche said...

The Secret has absolutely nothing to do with practical magick. If anything, it's ostrich "don't look and pretend what you want will manifest itself rather than doing anything practical yourself". Sorry.

~~ Sabre ~~ said...

Perhaps I have a different take on the techniques.
Chaos magic uses the " fire and forget" principle. Do the " work" and let it go. The Secret uses a similar principle. " Ask, believe, receive. "
I personally think its " Ask, believe, ACT, receive" , but that's just my take.
The magic idea of " fake it till you make it" is similar to " just believe.
Also the Secret makes several allusions to The Emerald Tablet in the film at least. This links The Secret to Hermetic tradition in my mind.
BTW, I love your website and since you didn't post a link I'll be happy to.
http://plutonica.net/ , it's a very nice site.
And thank you for commenting.

~~ Sabre ~~ said...

In both you are trying to bring something in your mind into reality.
What's the difference?

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