Angel Millar is the author of The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality: Craftsman, Warrior, Magician and the forthcoming Path of The Warrior Mystic: Being a Man In an Age of Chaos.
Angel began practicing meditation and consciousness-based techniques of self-development in his early adult life. Later, in his early twenties, he took up martial arts and Chi Gong (breathing exercises for health) and, consequently, learned more about stress management and overcoming self-limiting beliefs.
In his thirties, he began researching and writing books and articles about symbolism, spirituality, and mythology. His writing has been cited in books published by Oxford University Press and De Gruyter. And PEN award-winning historian Mitch Horowitz has described him as “among a golden handful of writers who authentically and practically bridge the gap between primeval wisdom and modern spirituality.”
As a mindset trainer and qualified hypnotist, Angel brings wisdom drawn from experience in martial arts and a life-long study of archetypal symbolism and self-transformation together with mentoring and the practice of hypnosis to help individuals across the globe reach their goals and fulfill their ambitions.
Addictions can take numerous forms: from injecting illegal drugs to smoking, from alcoholism to habitual eating (and habitual sugar consumption in particular), and from depending on coffee to wake up to binge-watching television at night. Here, we look at the one big mindset shift that needs to happen if you’re not only going to quit an addiction but are going to become the very best you can be.
In the early 17th century, physician Robert Fludd described the brain or human consciousness, presenting it as one of the senses, imagination, rational thought, contemplation, and memory. Here’s what we can learn from his ideas.