Synopses & Reviews
This book offers a comprehensive program to develop habits that make of creation a daily practice. The twelve lessons of this book and its many exercises are inspiring, practical and funny. In order to spice up the lessons, Eric Maisel shares with us funny stories about his clients, including painters, actors, scriptwriters, novelists, dancers and poets. He is very down-to-earth with helpful suggestions to organize your day in order to create and gets to the heart of creativity blocking issues, showing us how to become our own coach. The results will deeply change the relationship we have with our own creative process.
The belief in the evil eye is as old as mankind, and the means to combat it are part of the heritage of the magicians, witches and wizards of all ages. Among those who have studied the subject, the most outstanding are the cabalistic wise men, who show us what the evil eye is in reality, the different types that exist, its causes and consequences, and how to defend oneself against it. Based upon its mystical texts, this small book, profusely illustrated, summarizes its most secret and exciting teachings.