The Magician's Workshop
A series of weekly occult exercises for Magick.Me students—building the entire skillset of magick and mysticism, step by step.
"The Magician's Workshop" is a series of exercises for students at Magick.Me.
This course is only available for subscribers to Magick.Me (monthly, yearly or lifetime plans). It is automatically included when you purchase a subscription plan.
It will help you organize everything you're learning in the Magick.Me video courses into weekly exercises. Think of it as your class homework. :)
Here's how this works:
1. Every week, I'll open one to two new lessons in The Magician's Workshop. Each will cover the basics of a single skill in magick, and also provide you with an experiment or set of experiments to try. Think of these as your "homework" assignments at Magick.Me. (You can learn all the occult theory you like, but until you actually put stuff into practice, you're not fully doing it!)
2. As long as you're subscribed to Magick.Me, I'll e-mail you once a week to let you know when a new lesson is available for you.
These exercises have been kept deliberately simple, but that doesn't mean that they're not powerful and vitally important. I've constructed them in this way to keep you from getting overwhelmed, and make sure you practice skills in a way that makes sure you actually learn and retain this material.
You'll automatically be signed up for this course with a subscription to Magick.Me.
Jason Louv is the author of the bestselling John Dee and the Empire of Angels, and is the author or editor of Generation Hex, Ultraculture Journal, Thee Psychick Bible, Monsanto vs. the World and Hyperworlds/Underworlds and many more.
In the "real world," Jason works as a mild-mannered journalist. In the "other world," he has spent almost two decades studying and practicing the world's esoteric spiritual systems under many gurus and mentors around the globe, including chaos magick, Hermeticism, Thelema, Advaita Vedanta, kriya yoga, Masonry, Sufism, Enochian, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Reichian analysis, Tarot, I Ching, Taoism, Theravada, Vajrayana, Dzogchen, Emotional Freedom Technique, Nepali shamanism, psychedelic therapy and multiple healing modalities.