Turn Your Life Into Art: Lessons in Psychomagic from the San Francisco Underground

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Price
$21.99  $20.45
Publisher
Burning Man Project
Publish Date
Pages
388
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.8 inches | 1.14 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781734965926

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About the Author
Caveat Magister is frequently mistaken for a fictional character. He has lived in a Buddhist monastery in India, covered international nightlife for Playboy dot com, taught autobiographical writing to high school age students in prison, was a founding member of Burning Man's Philosophical Center, the founding board chair of The San Francisco Institute of Possibility, and covered regional politics for newspapers in upstate New York while he was the bar columnist for the San Francisco Weekly.
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PRAISE FOR TURN YOUR LIFE INTO ART:


"If you're looking for more magical, peak experiences in your life, this book is a bible on how to find and create them." -Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart


"Somewhere between the wistful and the liminal, some truly enchanted experiences await you. By absorbing the lessons from San Francisco's potent underground scene, this book will reveal how to summon them for yourself and others. Hallelujah!" - Jennifer Raiser, Author, Burning Man: Art on Fire


"There is a problem with reading about the many magic moments crafted by San Francisco's long line of art pranksters, cacophonists, reality hackers, and high weirdos: if you weren't there, you did miss out. Luckily, Caveat Magister was taking notes and stealing blueprints that he now presents in this thoughtful, inspiring DIY guide. The man behind the curtain, you see, is you and your pals."- Erik Davis, Author, High Weirdness: Drugs, Esoterica, and Visionary Experience in the Seventies


"Burning Man's philosopher laureate has unearthed the philosopher's stone of transformative experience. Combining a deep understanding of jackassery and play with a scholar's command of psychological alchemy, Caveat has written the essential grimoire of experience design." - Stuart Mangrum, Director, Burning Man Philosophical Center