The Magician's Way: What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure

The Magician s Way What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure 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 gol

  • Title: The Magician's Way: What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure
  • Author: William Whitecloud
  • ISBN: 9781577316879
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 manifests an enormous financial windfall But canMark 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 manifests an enormous financial windfall But can his material success hold his family together Mark embarks on the ultimate quest to understand how our values influence events.Author William Whitecloud brings a dazzling range of knowledge and experience from a childhood in Swaziland immersed in supernatural worldviews to hermetic philosophy and esoteric speculation on the financial markets to bear on this practical and magical look at what we really want, and how to get it.

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    • Longer than a parable, but with the same feel – The Magician’s Way by William Whitecloud teaches the reader about the seven secrets of magic – or ways to lead a happy life.The story follows Mark Vale as he lost his way caught up in the day-to-day activities of life. We find him when he wakes up in the storm of his life. His business is failing, his marriage is suffering, they moved from the city to the country looking for happiness and finding it was way more work than they planned. Really [...]


    • While the story was a little over-dramatic at times, I enjoyed the reveal of the seven secrets as they related to his struggle. I think this is one I will read over and over again so I can really imbed these secrets into my life.



    • I rate this book highly, because, despite its obvious over-simplification of the values it champions, it contains a particular methodology that is easy to attempt and develop, and practice with success. The method, covered early on in the book, which I'll abridge as 'imagine the worst thing that can happen and accept it in order to disarm negative psychological and physiological constraints when negotiating challenges', is surprisingly powerful, and one that I have successfully employed for impo [...]


    • Dont let the title of the book put you off. This is a simple tale about thinking about things differently. About getting rid of those self-imposed blockages that prevent you from really enjoying and experiencing the life you want.I read the book in about 2 days so it is an accessible book. I completely recognised myself in the character of Mark Vale who has gone through life giving up his power to others and subjugating his passions because he thinks he should. And because he doesnt feel he can [...]


    • It seems as though Mark Vale’s dream is crumbling. He thought he could have the best of both worlds, live in the country and make big city money. Then, reality hit. The upkeep of the house was hard work and the money dried up. At his lowest point, a friend sent him for a golf lesson. Mark hated golf but he was assured that this lesson would be exactly what he needed. Indeed, what he’d learn that day would completely change Mark’s life. The Magician’s Way presents seven secrets of manifes [...]


    • I loved the book but don't know if I can adequately review it in a helpful way for others. It is a book that found its way to me at the right time. The message isn't anything I didn't already know but offered a poignant and kick in the butt reminder to live what I know. It's discussion about the Magician and having courage reminded me of Carlos Castaneda's, The Teachings of Don Juan. That was the Warrior's Way. This is the Magician's Way. The ultimate way of each is to live a life worth living.


    • This turned out to be quite an enjoyable and educational read. Easy to read, allegorical style, that is paced well and informative while not preaching. And valid lessons for the reader although it did fall away, trailing off in the final third. Of course Whitecloud hasn't a unique take on the seven secrets to creating yourself a successful life but he tells a good story and makes the read an enjoyable journey.


    • I wanted to like this book, it just didn't quite happen for me. It has some great little pearls of wisdom but it somehow manages to feel incredibly juvenile. In a way living from your heart is a simple matter of shifting your reality, however I feel that the book discounts the complexities of this journey - you can't meditate once and be enlightened. I hate to say it but it came across as the fast-food version of spirituality.


    • I think I understood this book better this time. It's still irritating that it ends in the middle of the story. What happens to Mark? Does he patch things up with his wife? What does he do about Jilly? Once you present characters, even if you're just using them to make a point, you run the risk of someone starting to care about these fictitious people and wanting to know how things turned out for them. I guess the book ending like that is part of the point of the story.


    • I only got about halfway through this book before giving up. While I love the message, and totally believe in it- the story was uninteresting and alienating to me. I don't care about golf, parties or topless bars. That's as far as I got. I'll just stick to Jonathan Livingston, Seagull and be happy.


    • From reading the reviews, I had mixed feeling about reading it but as soon as I started it was hard to put down.I think most readers see it as just a story and not lessons to put into practice. I tried the potato and straw exercise and succeeded at my second attempt. But the story continues in and other book.


    • This book explains, very simply, how to stay in the 'zone' in order to get the best out of life. It's well written and the learning you get out of it is often hidden in the story, so that you barely know you're learning until you get to the end and the epiphanies start.


    • Very hard to get into. I found certain concepts and points were being repeated. Ultimately the book to trying to teach about focus. I found other books more intriguing thank this. Took me ages to complete.


    • This book has a great message and was a really good reminder to me. I do feel that this book as written from a male perspective will be more suited to a male reader. Other than that it's a great book.



    • I thought it started out great! I felt motivated and excited. The last chapter utterly disappointed me. In fact, the last chapter is why I won't recommend the book.


    • Loved this book. Loved the way the author used storytelling to present a sometimes challenging concept in an easy to understand manner.


    • The title is a bit off putting.Magic? But it is full of very good practical life-changing knowledge. Am reading it for the second time in two weeks. 5 stars.





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