Angel Millar is a consulting hypnotist and personal growth mentor (with more than two decades of experience in meditation and related mindfulness training techniques, over a decade of experience in the martial arts, and several years as a public speaker on self-development, symbolism, and spirituality).
Language changes. But human nature remains the same. While others forget, if we can recall the words (and concepts) of those who lived through difficult times before us, we will be far more equipped to survive and thrive in those difficult times ahead. Here are two to think about.
Although it has been downplayed or forgotten, some of the most important spiritual teachers of the last few hundreds years have been hypnotists. (Christian mystic Saint-Martin and G. I. Gurdjieff among them.) We look at the influence of hypnotism on the West’s spiritual tradition.
Cult Of You calls The Path Of The Warrior-Mystic “indispensable” for “masculine development and growth,” written as a “psychological manual or navigation guidebook that you want to have especially in times of crisis and times of stress and uncertainty.” Find out how it can help you.
The founders of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, both practiced hypnotism early on in their careers. And, it has been claimed, they, and psychoanalysis, were influenced by it. Here’s how hypnotism affected Freud and Jung, for better or worse.
My latest book, The Path Of The Warrior-Mystic, is now available in the USA. Mitch Horowitz, PEN Award–winning author of Occult America and The Miracle Club, has said that “As steeped in magic, rite, and hidden history as he is in good sense, Angel delivers the book on positive manhood for which our culture has been yearning.” Here is a little about the book.