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Narrative Magick

Narrative Magick. Ever heard that phrase? I hadn’t, until Sheila Joshi, a clinical psychologist and blogging friend, told us about it. And yet, it’s something we’ve written about a number of times. It’s the practice of trying to conjure something … Continue reading

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Creativity and Real Life: a Head-on Collision

This is one the strangest and most immediate incidents we’ve heard of where creativity and real life don’t just intersect, but have a head-on collision. +++ In the 1970s, prolific comic book writer Doug Moench wrote and worked on Planet … Continue reading

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Sci-fi Writers Who Envisioned the Future

 Science fiction writers have a long tradition of envisioning the future and its technology that later becomes scientific fact. Take Jules Verne. In his 1870 novel, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he imagined an underwater ship powered by electricity. American … Continue reading

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An Eerie Trump Synchro

Global synchros may be more common than we realize, and often underscore the idea that the universe actually has a sense of humor! This one involves a series of books written by Ingersoll Lockwood in the late 1800s: Baron Trump’s … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Project

  Adele Aldridge sent us this synchro. It’s compelling in that it illustrates how synchronicity often works with creative endeavors and how the Internet facilitates that connection. One day on Facebook, someone had shared the above image on my page – … Continue reading

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