Philip H. Farber

Philip H. Farber is the author of Futureritual: Magick for the 21st Century, a manual of neurological exploration and The Book of Atem: Secrets of Modern Evocation. His articles on magick and popular culture have appeared in Green Egg Magazine, The Journal of Hypnotism, Hypnosis Today, Mondo 2000, High Times, Paradigm Shift, and other unique publications and web sites. He has produced several DVD packages on magical topics, including Magick and Entheogens Vol. 1: Cannabis, Magick for the 21st Century, and How to be a Megalomaniac. Phil is an instructor for Maybe Logic Academy, a Certified Hypnotist and a Licensed Trainer of Neuro-linguistic Programming, with a private practice in New York's Mid-Hudson Valley. Visit Phil at http://www.hawkridgeproductions.com.



Magical Prosperity

Come learn how to use the mirrors of your mind to invoke prosperity. A basic level of prosperity is necessary for each of us to fulfill our potential and enjoy our lives. In terms of magick, our most balanced and powerful work comes when we have, to some measure, put aside basic issues of survival. Phil will demonstrate a powerful Meta-Magick technique to access our innate abilities to provide the fundamentals of life. This is an experiential workshop – we may not all come out of this fabulously wealthy, but expect insights into your own abilities and situation.






Energy Connections

State control – being aware of and able to guide our own states of consciousness – is an incredibly useful skill in magick, meditation, shamanism, hypnosis, and other methods of consciousness exploration and reality maintenance – and in daily life. As Timothy Leary suggested, we can “dial and tune” our consciousness – and the techniques may be simpler than we often imagine. Join us for a practical and exquisite experience of methods to explore and enhance our states, alone, with a partner, and in groups. We’re going to develop electric, spine-tingling energy flows and then connect them with each other. Be prepared to feel surprisingly good!






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