The 1st book from Armanen Runemaster Marc Rice is a personal treatise on polarization. "Mental Alchemy & The Emotional Network" deals with some very intense issues such as recognizing negative patterns of behavior, cycles of abuse, and the residue from heartache and loss. Rice takes esoteric modalities, such as the Hermetic Qabalah, and transforms them into practical applications to polarize all of the negative forces that work against you. We all have our reasons for feeling rage, sadness and fear... but you don't have to be a slave to these things. Rice reminds us, step by step, that we are all masters of our Universe. The book is loaded with meditations and unique manifesting techniques.
The little Hermetic book that packs a big punch. 91 pages.
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The 2nd book from Armanen Runemaster Marc Rice gives his personal relationship with the Armanen runes. Written for the reader as if they were face to face with him, the book covers many topics; balancing light and dark, shamanism vs sorcery, and the power of the individual.
"If we are indeed to consider each sephirah as an emanation of divine energy, then we must arrive at the obvious conclusion that we hold within us the same energy and the same potential."
From the section 'Hexagon'
"The moment someone communicates aggressively in regards to oneness, or any aspect of spirituality, I encourage you to dismiss yourself from that interaction. Oneness, Drala, and peace are only achieved through balance, which again is the absence of any struggle or fight. No part of the self can ever be truly destroyed, but it can most certainly be balanced. From this perspective, we can easily interchange the word "balance" with the word "understand." Only when we know can we begin to let go."
From the section 'Pentagram & The Elements'
"With severity at our right shoulder and mercy at our left we are never too far away from the light of hope or the temple of sorrow. We experience duality, and all of its impending illusions, regularly, which makes the balance between the sacred and the profane a singular necessity. Within this reconciliation we will find all the power we will ever need."
From the section 'Triangles'