Radio Show update

Posted on September 17, 2008
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I just had a fascinating radio interview with Laura Sherman, the Chess Coach for the Imagine your Reality radio show. It’s the first interview I did, but Laura and I had great rapport and I definitely plan on having her back on the show. She offered some really good insights about Chess and how it can be applied to your life. To listen to the show, please go here.

I really enjoyed this show, particularly focusing on a topic such as chess and how it applies to manifesting your imagination into reality. Among other things we discussed how chess can improve your reading ability, how it can help you strategize your life, and how it can even be applied to your understanding of space and time. If any of you find the radio show interesting, I have two other episodes I recorded: How to turn Imagination into Reality and how to turn re-action into action. I’ll be doing another episode on the connection between Language and Reality on Tuesday September 23rd at 9 Pm Pacific Standard Time. Listeners can call into the show if they want and I would definitely welcome listener input and questions.

Here’s a summary of the upcoming show: In this show, we’ll be exploring the connection between language and reality. We’ll be focusing on how writing can be used to create reality, the value of affirmations, and how pre-writing exercises can help you not only write a good paper, but also plan how you’ll take your imagination and turn it into reality.

Some readers of this blog might be puzzled by this kind of interview and it’s applicability to magical practice, but listen, and I think you’ll find some interesting perspectives on visualization and space and time, as well as how a game as chess can hone your skills. I might add, that part of experimentation is entertaining perspectives that seemingly have little in common with the usual perspective for how things are done…but how we learn is influenced by the willingness we have to do something different from everyone else.

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