Quotes from the bookPaul Dunne2020-05-01T12:09:14+10:00
Quotes from the book M.A.G.I.C.™
As We Focus on Fear, We Close Off From & Disconnect from Our Source. M.A.G.I.C.™ the practice keeps Us Open and Connected.
Like the fabric of cloth we have been woven. We are attached to, dependent on, complimentary and complementary with each other and this universe. We the universe are connected.
Connection, as a practice within the M.A.G.I.C.™, includes a connection with the self, connection with everyone and everything, all of life, and connection with the very fabric of this universe – (Spirit, God, Spirit, Source, All-There-Is).
Connection is the fabric of relationships.
Connection is not an option. Connection with other humans, the animal, bird and plant life on this world, and ultimately with yourself, is not optional. This connection happens whether we like it or not, whether we believe it or not and it is happening continuously.
Connection in the M.A.G.I.C.™ practice has two parts. Firstly, it is recognising what is already established, that we are each part of One Energy or Life Force. Secondly, it recognises that each of us has the freedom and the capacity to determine how strong this connection is at any moment.
M.A.G.I.C. asks that you recognise the existence of these three connections but more importantly, to consciously reinforce these connections in your unique and personalised way.
meditation will relax the body, calm the mind and tune the spirit to the ends of time.
Meditation is not difficult when you find ‘your’ way of meditating.
Meditation is to be observed with our head, felt in our cells, appreciated in our heart, and used by our spirit.
I think I am unhappy because of what is happening around me but really, I am unhappy because I don’t like, not liking what is happening around me.
By engaging the practice of M.A.G.I.C., we are able to increase our time in the present moment and when we choose to think thoughts of past or future experiences, M.A.G.I.C. allows this to happen with appreciation rather than any sense of lack.
There is and will always be some degree of resistance in formal meditation. This is not because meditation is difficult in itself. The resistance comes because our ego-mind believes itself to be insecure and threatened whenever we cease to give it full attention and full control.
Appreciation is “thanks for the experience” while gratitude is “thanks, but no thanks.”
Appreciation is the feedback you are thinking thoughts…with acceptance, with non-attachment that acknowledges everything is ok.
I know the smell of rain as it comes across the paddock; I know the smell of mint and lemongrass; I know the feeling of a smile sent my way, or a high-five just to say, The most important things in life are unseen and free.
Appreciation arouses an emotion from deep in the heart.
Appreciation has more of a ‘spirit’ or ‘lighter’ feel to it compared with gratitude. Expressing appreciation has a different ring to it and that ‘ring’ would seem to align with this practice – M.A.G.I.C.
Appreciation within the M.A.G.I.C. practice is a state of celebration for all that the individual has and all they don’t have, with an inner knowing that all is as it should be for his or her highest good and expansion.
No matter your circumstances, when you are connected energetically with the core of Gaia, you will be supported and reassured.
Our connection with the earth is unseen. Like gravity, electricity, magnetism & the wind, you do not see with your eyes. You recognise the effects and assume you know the cause, but you don’t see what actually caused the effects.
When used in a conflict situation with another person, grounding has proven to be a game-changer.
There is a wealth of reports from clients who tell stories about using grounding as the go-to practice in a conflict situation only to have the entire situation diffused.
Because grounding can help normalise serotonin levels in the brain as it decreases cortisol, people tend to become more aware, chilled and centred in themselves. The process of normalising serotonin levels in the brain has a flow-on effect for those individuals dealing with depression.
Insight is a combination of inspiration, investigation, intuition, inner knowing. It is using your inner sight to become aware of who you are in this world.
Insight is the combination of inspiration, investigation, intuition, inner knowing and it is using your inner sight to become aware of who you are in this world.
Insight within the M.A.G.I.C. practice is a combination and assimilation of looking within for answers to explain who you are in this world. At the same time, this is the practice of communicating with your Inner Child, your Heart, that part of you known as the Innocence which is your true essence.
In M.A.G.I.C. the practice, insight relates to more than a light-bulb moment. Here, Insight as a practice is tantamount to intuition, inspiration, investigation, inner knowing, self-inquiry, and awareness. The insight here is the journey or the practice of coming to understand the questions, “Who am I? What am I? What is my purpose? Where am I going? And “How do I fit into this world?”
From those who came before you… a truth, a wink, an invitation into what to think. For there is no truth as such other than what you think. Think of love or think of fear, this answer to truth is taught by every Master and Seer.