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Here is real magic

Nate Staniforth

Here is real magic

a magician"s search for wonder in the modern world

by Nate Staniforth

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magicians,
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNate Staniforth
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1545.S77 A3 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 245 pages
    Number of Pages245
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26942678M
    ISBN 10163286424X
    ISBN 109781632864246
    LC Control Number2017016409
    OCLC/WorldCa1005197160

    In The Magic, Rhonda Byrne reveals life-changing knowledge about the power of gratitude that was hidden within a two-thousand year old sacred text. Then, on an incredible day journey, she teaches you how to apply this life-changing knowledge in your everyday life, completely transforming every aspect of your life into joy. The New Real Book, également en trois volumes, publié chez Sher Music, et est plus lisible. Le recueil de morceaux diffère de celui du Real Book d'origine, mais certains morceaux y sont repris, dans de nouvelles transcriptions et avec une polygraphie bien meilleure.

      Magician and Iowa native Nate Staniforth released a memoir, "Here Is Real Magic," in He performs April , in Des Moines at the Temple Theater. (Photo: Anna Jones/Special to . Here Is Real Magic follows Nate Staniforth's evolution from an obsessed young magician to a broken wanderer and back again. It tells the story of his rediscovery of astonishment - and the importance of wonder in everyday life - during his trip to the slums of India, where he infiltrated a 3,year-old clan of street : Nate Staniforth.

    Ordering information: The ISBN is You should be able to get Real Magic from most mainstream bookstores and (of course) from any occult or esoteric bookstore. It is carried by most New Age and secular book distributors. Real Magic is available directly from Red Wheel/Weiser, PO Box , York Beach, ME, USA Voice phone is In his book Real Magic (), Bonewits proposed his hypothesis on the Laws of Magic, which were then elaborated in his RPG supplement Authentic Thaumaturgy. The book makes is clear it is an adaptation of the ideas from Real Magic to gaming with the Laws presented being abbreviated from those in Born: October 1, , Royal Oak, MI.


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An Amazon Best Book of January For a memoir about a life spent performing magic, Here Is Real Magic is wonderfully grounded in real life. Nate Staniforth, magician and former host of the Discovery Channel's TV show Breaking Magic, takes us along his journey from wide-eyed kid trying to convey his sense of wonder to the adults around him /5().

Here Is Real Magic: A Magician's Search for Wonder in the Modern World is a delightful addition to my magic and wonder shelf. After dedicating thousands of hours to learning and performing magic, Nate Staniforth begins to lose the sense of wonder that drew him to become a magician in the first place/5.

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Nate Staniforth, magician and former host of the Discovery Channel's TV show Breaking Magic, takes us along his journey from wide-eyed kid trying to convey his sense of wonder to the adults around him, to young magician trying to get a. Here Is Real Magic follows Nate Staniforth's evolution from an obsessed young magician to a broken wanderer and back again.

It tells the story of his rediscovery of astonishment--and the importance of wonder in everyday life--during his trip to the slums of India, where he infiltrated a three-thousand-year-old clan of street magicians.

Here Is Real Magic follows Nate Staniforth's evolution from an obsessed young magician to a broken wanderer and back again. It tells the story of his rediscovery of astonishment - and the importance of wonder in everyday life - during his trip to the slums of India, where he infiltrated a 3,year-old clan of street magicians/5().

A magician conjures up memories, dreams, and reflections on his craft. In this amiable and engaging memoir, professional magician Staniforth, a former host of the Discovery Channel’s Breaking Magic, reveals no secrets except about first part of the narrative is a portrait of a young man teaching himself to do magic and performing it, while the second is about a slightly older man Author: Nate Staniforth.

Nate Staniforth is a magician who hosted Breaking Magic on the Discovery Channel, is author of the book Here Is Real Magic, and is a TEDx speaker. NOTHING HERE IS REAL is an often sold-out experience that takes place in a secret room below Tom Valenti's Oxbow Tavern. Part speakeasy, part nostalgic cocktail lounge lined with velvet curtains, plush couches and an old fashion bar, the space is transformed into a place of endless possibilities.

But, like a good magic trick, you have to wait for the pay-off which, in this case, is so incredibly lovely, a bit humorous, and woven with a plea that readers won’t be able to resist. In the end, Staniforth lets you in on the wonder and for that, “Here is Real Magic” will wow you.

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Here Is Real Magic is a call to all of us--to welcome awe back into our lives, to marvel in the everyday, and to seek magic all around us. About the Author Nate Staniforth is a magician, performer, writer, traveler, and former host of the Discovery Channel's international hit TV show Breaking Magic.

"HERE IS REAL MAGIC by Nate Staniforth takes the reader on a journey of discovery of what is magic and why magic is important.

Within the book, Staniforth is a successful touring magician, but finds he is starting to lack inspiration and his touring m" Read more of this review»/5. Review: Dean Radin’s ‘Real Magic’ Greg Monday, April 23rd Scientific research into ‘psi’ effects – telepathy, precognition, psychokinesis, etc.

– has been published in peer review journals for the last years, notes one of the most well-known of all parapsychologists, Dean Radin, in. “A real gem; a great read that belongs on the shelf of creative inspiration right next to Art & Fear.

As irresistible as his quest for magic is, it's Staniforth's urgent feeling for the craft, and the meaning behind it, that should make all artists—writers, actors, musicians, everyone—take note.

Do a search on these people or topics: Dean Radin, Gregg Bradden, Jason Miller (his recent book, The Elements of Spellcasting has become my favorite so far; it explains why most magicians cannot cast spells effectively), John Kreiter (Astral proj.

I'm a podcaster, best-selling author of eight books, and teacher atmy online school for magick & meditation.I've been doing this for over twenty years, because I love watching my students light up as they discover their true purpose in life and find the power to fulfill it.

Here Is Real Magic follows Nate Staniforth's evolution from an obsessed young magician to a broken wanderer and back again. It tells the story of his rediscovery of astonishment--and the importance of wonder in everyday life--during his trip to the slums of India, where he infiltrated a three-thousand-year-old clan of street magicians.

Get this from a library! Here is real magic: a magician's search for wonder in the modern world. [Nate Staniforth] -- "An extraordinary memoir about finding wonder in everyday life.

Nate Staniforth has spent most of his life and all of his professional career trying to understand wonder--what it is, where to find. If you want to practice magic for personal gain, black magic is what you should use. Here are common reasons why people use black magic: To keep someone bound in place.

If someone is harming you and you wish to stop them, you can use a binding spell to stop the person's actions. To cause someone to be attracted to you%().Magic, for me, isn't a break from regular life - it is regular life.

From national television appearances to private lessons for celebrities, I get to travel the country doing what I love. This officially makes me the luckiest person I know.