Magi Process & World Service
I’d like to welcome you to the Magi Process, a new way of working with conflict and its resolution. This Process, created in 2003, is a nondual way of working with conflict. While it does not take sides, it understands that any conflict involves sides; while it understands the difference between inner and outer conflict, and knows how inner conflict leads to outer conflict, it does not make a distinction between the two. Instead, it works directly, in a vivid manner, with the fabric of the world itself, a world that contains both inner and outer.
Using the Magi Process is to take an interactive journey behind the appearance of the world into its inner mechanism. This journey however, is not a psychological one, but into and through a place that makes both the observer and the observed; the world and the one who participates in it. It works because on all levels, you and the world are actually one.
Yet, the Magi Process does not bury differences in oneness. Neither is it a disinterested process. It understands the difference between right and wrong, even as it helps us admit that we don’t always know the difference, and sometimes can never know the difference. Its aim is to heal and it does this by unifying the world, seeing how disparate pieces, and even pieces in conflict, can remain separate and yet part of the whole simultaneously.
Doing the Magi Process will change you. Although it is not a psychological process it will bring up psychological material in you, allowing you to look at preconceptions and limitations within your own psyche. It will also change the world. How this happens is described in the accompanying essays, both on this site, and on our home site at A Society of Souls.
This Process can be used for working with your own, internal conflicts as well and as such is a powerful path to problem-solving from the nondual perspective. Your problems are not different from the world’s conflicts of course. They arise together and are indivisible.
By using the Magi Process you are joining a growing community of people who are interested in turning self-change into world-change, but who want to do this with eyes open, seeing the world as it is in its deepest heart: a unified and unifying place for all beings.
The Magi Process works by holding a theme in your body and mind, and silently going through the steps of the process, being careful to stay with each step until you see the truth of it before moving on to the next step. Not exactly a meditation, nor an imaginal exercise, each of the sentences in the Magi Process is a world to relate to, to hold as a truth about how the world works and simultaneously to serve as a trail marker for how to move forward. How themes are decided, how the theme is held in the body and mind, and why the process works is discussed at length in the accompanying essays.
My suggestion is to take a look at the Magi Process itself but before you do it, read some of the accompanying essays on this site. Going through the section called “The Magi Process Step by Step” will give you a good sense of how to use the Process.
On this site you will find a button to bring you to the Magi Forum. There you will be able to post comments, answer comments that intrigue you and share your experiences with the Magi Process. We hope in this way to build a community of people who are using this process to further the creation of inner and outer peace in its truest, most dynamic form.
We welcome your feedback and are here to support your questions and exploration as well.
Jason Jinen Shulman
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