Few months back I had read the novel Brida by Paulo Coelho. The meaning of the word ‘Magic’ defined there stayed with me. ‘Magic - is bridge between known and unknown’. Something was being spoken to me but I couldn’t get until few days back when I had small self talk which went like…

Feelings n body sensatins are Magic that connect our known self to the unknown(unseen) self - The Higher Self…understanding them, interpretation of them is somenthing that Rick is teaching. Infact this understanding is itself, result of attending his workshops.

You are awesome, Rick and Cathy! You coach us to learn n practice most Real Magic helping build bridge to ‘that unknown’!

The co learners’(creaters) sharings, views, experiences add cherry to the cake!:slightly_smiling_face:



I’ve always seen truth and wisdom in Arthur C. Clarke’s words: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”.

I think his notion nests very nicely within what you are describing Tanvi. We are learning technologies (EFT in this case as well the methods of inquiry that drive it) that bridge the gap between the known and the unknown…the seen and the unseen.


Yess…makes so much sense and strengthens the understanding of ‘Magic’. Thanks Glenn​:slightly_smiling_face:


Saw the movie ‘Jonathan the seagull’ yesterday. Very magesically conveying similar message and beyond.

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The book Jonathan Livingston Seagull is one of the most impactful I’ve had on my life! Richard Bach and his works have deeply touched how I see and sense myself and the world’s magic and illusions…


Reading the book will be like diving deeper i suppose. I’ll read it soonest. Thanks so much!