On: Magic

10 Practices to Release Emotional Pain

It helps to understand the basics of how the practice of releasing pain works.  I have listed some basic guidelines upon which you can build, below.

  • Releasing emotional and mental pain is connected to releasing any toxic situation in the body — you can link your physical cleansing to your energetic cleansing.
  • Behaviors that support a healthy body will also support a healthy emotional body, mental body, and spiritual body. This includes healthy eating, exercise, as well as good hygiene practices.

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You are, who you are, everywhere you are, with every single thing you are doing.

You have the freedom to bring all of your amazing talents and gifts to all tasks.

You have qualities, characteristics, gifts and an imagination that are unique to you.

You can tap into the entirety of your being all of the time.

That makes everything you do valuable and important. It makes getting up in the morning a potential act of changing the world. It means that washing dishes and mopping floors can be a vehicle for your gifts.

It makes every moment magical!

Your intention and manifestation of your most beautiful and amazing self, will send out waves of healing and inspiration. You may not know who you affect, but you will feel the change and uplifted feelings in YOU!

- Sivan Garr

Quan Yin painting

The Quan Yin Story of Magic and Mystery

Growing up I had often heard of Buddha, but I had never heard of Quan Yin. At least, if I did, I never retained a memory of her name.

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Time is magical. You have the power to master its secrets and find yourself at the door of your own eternal moment.

- Sivan Garr


Ernest, the Magician

The year was 1979, and I was 19 years old. My boyfriend, Ken Garr, was (and is: check him out on facebook!) a magician. I was fascinated by magic, and had watched every magic special possible on TV. I simply loved the television show, The Magician.

That summer there was a magic convention in St. Louis, Missouri. It was called the “Midwest Magic Jubilee” and it alternated being held in Kansas City, Missouri and St. Louis. I lived in a suburb of Kansas City at the time.

Ken invited me to attend the convention with him.

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Magic happens when one surrenders totally to the moment they are in.

- Sivan Garr