As far back as I can remember, I've loved magicians…
They make the impossible become possible. They remind us of the mysteries inherent in the Universe.
More importantly, they remind us of the mysteries and potential within ourselves.
The thing is…
We all "know" that magicians aren't actually doing the impossible.
As World Champion Jason Latimer shared when I saw him – magicians just have more knowledge about reality than we do. They know more about physics than we do. That makes what they do SEEM impossible.
He was especially known for being able to shape water… to literally shape it into balls, to throw it, to move it, and more. What he does is wonderful to watch (especially in person!).
In that spirit, my son and I love to watch magic shows on TV whenever we can. Whether it's Penn & Teller's "Fool Us," or people competing on America's Got Talent (with a recent congrats to Shin Lim who is only the 2nd magician ever to win AGT. The other is Mat Franco).
We always try to figure out how they do the trick. We'll even sometimes watch it in slow-motion.
We've even gone as far as to watch shows like "The World's Greatest Magic Tricks – REVEALED."
We learn the secrets behind magicians and how they're able to do what seems impossible.
Here's the real trick though…
When, no matter how hard we study, we can't figure out a trick.
We know it's a trick. We know it's possible. We just don't know the hidden forces of reality that make the impossible seem possible.
The same is true of our relationships.
There is magic. There are hidden forces.
And they either make our relationships…
Or they break them.
I spent most of my life in broken relationships. Being hurt. Hurting others. Not knowing why I couldn't get it together.
Great relationships seemed like MAGIC to me.
So just like those magic shows, I studied. I learned from all kinds of amazing resources – from spiritual & energetics teachers, to mainstream and even underground materials.
That's because I wanted to understand the hidden forces that either worked for, or against, my best efforts at an amazing relationship.
And though I'm not currently in an intimate relationship (open to one though!), I can say that the last few women I've dated have been AMAZING women. The difference between the broken relationships I used to have, and the higher-purpose inspiring women I've dated in the last few years, is night-and-day.
I've even attended the weddings of two of those women – who though we weren't quite the right fit romantically – after dating we stayed truly good friends (like the kind I can call up at 3am and they'll literally drop everything to help me… and their husbands would too).
The good news for you is that you don't have to study nearly as many different resources as I did so that you can turn any of your challenging relationships into beautiful works of magic.
Is that TODAY a brand new book is being released, and it teaches us the magic "tricks" to having great relationships.
It's called "Relationship Magic" and it's from Guy Finley who has been one of my favorite spiritual teachers for over a decade. I've studied with him in person as well as virtually through his audio programs and books.
Now I say "tricks" but really they're not tricks at all. It's just that Guy has looked at the hidden forces of reality that sabotage our relationships, he's found the "magic," and now he's sharing his best relationsihp wisdom with us.
Because of my close relationship with his organization for the last decade, they hooked me up with an advance audiobook copy and I've been listening to it.
It's good. It's worth it. And if you have ANY relationships (friends, family, intimate) that you would like to improve, then Relationship Magic will help you do it.
I appreciate that Guy tackles some important relationship questions, and more importantly, answers them in very real, practical, down-to-earth terms.
(It's kind of like privately chatting with a best friend who knows ALL the secrets!)
- Why do we seem powerless to stop hurting those we love… when punishing them is the last thing we want to do?
- How do we help those we love outgrow what we know is holding them, and our relationship back?
- What must we learn about ourselves before we're able to love anyone else – including ourselves – unconditionally?
As I mentioned, I've studied Guy's work for over a decade. I take "road trips" with his audio programs playing. I've been to his Life of Learning Foundation and studied with him in-person.
And even though his book is about creating magic in our relationships, make no mistake about it, he's the real-deal. 100% legit true spiritual wisdom delivered in a very grounded, practical, and common-sense book.
Your friends, family, colleagues, coworkers, intimate partners, and your future self will thank you for it. 🙂