one of the 7 keys to understanding natural magic is

"virtual concepts become real".

is santa claus a good example of this?

asked 27 Jul '11, 03:59

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blubird two

edited 27 Jul '11, 06:47

Can you please provide a citation for "the 7 keys to understanding natural magic"? I did a Google search, but didn't find anything. Thanks.

(28 Jul '11, 03:54) Vesuvius

@vesuvius-these 7 keys come from the book"utilisation des énergies secrètes" written by bernard geoges condé (pseudonym for jacques bersez).the book is about radionics, this term being too rebarbative for me i prefer to use the term secret energies or natural magic.

(28 Jul '11, 08:33) blubird two
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well santa claus is real it is saint nicolas it comes from a true story and people have keep up the tradition and the spirit of christmas. you see some might say santa claus is not real and some might say he is real. it depend on your point of view and what you experiance in life. if someone did not experiance something you cannot make him believe you that you experiance something that he did not. and until he does experiance it is point of view on the subject will differ from yours. example: you experiance seing a ghost and someone does not believe in ghost. you might tell him and he will not believe that what you say is true. even if you try to push the issue. so let him believe what he wants until he experiance it. experiance and enjoy.


answered 28 Jul '11, 02:37

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white tiger

@white tiger-i really enjoyed reading your answer, for sharing your feelings.i agree we all live in our own world of beliefs- no one can destroy our beliefs, excepting ourselves. thanks

(28 Jul '11, 03:47) blubird two

It is the beleief that brought Santa Claus to life. Well belief and marketing. Yes you are right for even though Santa is just someone that gave gifts a long, long time ago he is far removed from the marketing world of Santa Claus today. Santa belongs to children and the profit makers and even though no self respecting grown up beleives in Santa can you imagine what Christmus would be like without him. On behalf of all the children out there shall we say "LONG LIVE SANTA CLAUS!"


answered 28 Jul '11, 23:38

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Paulina 1

@paulina-yes i agree, it's important for children to believe in santa...long live santa claus

(29 Jul '11, 03:49) blubird two

Sure Santa Claus is a great example of virtual concepts becoming real ... santa claus was first conceived in the virtual world and the virtual world is the mind world, the world of imagination of humans. This is exactly what creative visualization is all about, it's using imagination to create, to manifest things into reality, whether you're doing it consciously or unconsciously.

You attract into your life whatever you give your attention, energy or focus to, in brief when you have a mental image or idea and you focus on it often then it automatically becomes real. You may argue that father christmas is not real, and as a reply I love the comment of @Dollar Bill on the subject of Santa

"What? there is no Santa Claus? you MUST be kidding?"

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answered 11 May '14, 03:16

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edited 19 Jul '15, 00:08

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