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eBook Spiritual Business: The Amazing and True Story of Magical Blend Magazine ePub

by Michael Peter Langevin

  • ISBN: 1571743707
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Michael Peter Langevin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing; First Edition edition (August 4, 2004)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1743 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1727 kb
  • Other: lrf doc mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 468

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But based on the magazine, it was geared to those who could look beyond Look, see through Time, and journey beyond the Wall Street Journal, and these are people who aren't identified as consumers (except maybe of New Age non-sense), don't have money, and would rather spend it on granola and kumbucha (gag)

Magical Blend magazine has been a window into spiritual and creative possibilities for 25 years. Publisher Michael Peter Langevin was there from the beginning. In fact, the first issues were put together in his apartment in San Francisco’s Haight/Ashbury district.

Magical Blend magazine has been a window into spiritual and creative possibilities for 25 years. In 25 years it has published an impressive list of authors, artists, and celebrities. In Spiritual Business, he tells the whole outrageous tale, full of idealism, conflict, perseverance, expensive lessons, ingenuity, blind faith-and sex, drugs, and rock and roll.

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Spiritual Business: The Amazing and True Story of Magical Blend Magazine. In fact, the first issues were put together in his apartment in San Francisco’s Haight/Ashbury district

Spiritual Business: The Amazing and True Story of Magical Blend Magazine. by Michael Peter Langevin. The founding members who set out to provide an outlet for the creativity they saw all around them were kids, knowing nothing of business and little of self-discipline.

Michael Peter Langevin is widely known in the fields of New Age thought and Shamanic transformation, magic, mysticism and the . Spiritual Business: The Amazing and True Story of Magical Blend Magazine.

Michael Peter Langevin is widely known in the fields of New Age thought and Shamanic transformation, magic, mysticism and the occult. Michael has greatly enhanced the way the world views physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social wellness. At the core of the teachings lies the transformation of consciousness, a spiritual awakening that he sees as the next step in human evolution. An essential aspect of this awakening consists in transcending our ego-based state of consciousness.

Spiritual Business book. Magical Blend magazine has been a window into spiritual and creative possibilities for 25 years. by. Michael Peter Langevin.

Michael was the founder and publisher of Magical Blend Magazine, Natural Health and Beauty Magazine and Transitions . Michael has studied with some of the most powerful and cutting-edge spiritual leaders of our times.

Michael was the founder and publisher of Magical Blend Magazine, Natural Health and Beauty Magazine and Transitions Magazine from 1979-2006. He was the host of the "Magical Blend" TV show and has been interviewed on countless radio programs.

Michael Peter Langevin. I used to be the publisher of Magical Blend Magazine. Science & Spirit magazine is devoted to exploring how the world really works and learning the scientific roots behind phenomenon and the inexplicable

Michael Peter Langevin. Now I publish ww. heEchoWorld. com a print magazine out of Virginia and have a blog at ww. ichael Peter Langevin. Science & Spirit magazine is devoted to exploring how the world really works and learning the scientific roots behind phenomenon and the inexplicable.

Magical Blend magazine has been a window into spiritual and creative possibilities for 25 years. Today it sells more than 120,000 copies per issue, is carried in major bookstore chains, and has subscribers in all fifty states and 33 countries. In 25 years it has published an impressive list of authors, artists, and celebrities. (To name just a few: Carlos Santana, Caroline Myss, Spike Lee, Carlos Castaneda, Jean Houston, Deepak Chopra, and Neale Donald Walsch.) But it began as the cooperative project of a small group of visionaries, spiritual pilgrims, poets, artists, and writers.

Publisher Michael Peter Langevin was there from the beginning. In fact, the first issues were put together in his apartment in San Francisco's Haight/Ashbury district. In Spiritual Business, he tells the whole outrageous tale, full of idealism, conflict, perseverance, expensive lessons, ingenuity, blind faith--and sex, drugs, and rock and roll.

The founding members who set out to provide an outlet for the creativity they saw all around them were kids, knowing nothing of business and little of self-discipline. For years they fought the odds, each other, and the economic system. Along the way the magazine encountered--and overcame--massive staff changes, debilitating illnesses, and bankruptcy. In the process, their youth became maturity, and visionaries became business professionals.

This engaging story of the birth, growth, and maturity of Magical Blend serves as a template for those with a dream. Its history demonstrates that you can fulfill your dreams and achieve your highest vision, even if you have to go into business to do it!

This is the story of how the impossible can be achieved.

Comments

Malahelm Malahelm
While the book starts out with a great storyline, it quickly gets lost, goes off on tangents, and is at times unreadable with the most minute step by step details of how the magazine came about. Surprising given the fact that the writer is an editor! There was some point in here, but I lost interest in finding it about half way through. Feels like a whole bunch of other new age self-published work that could have used a good editor, and a clear point. Not surprisingly, the magazine he's writing about suffered and eventually failed due to lack of point.
Cordalas Cordalas
I love the magazine, and haven't read the book, even after that sparkling objective review. But based on the magazine,
it was geared to those who could look beyond Look, see through Time, and journey beyond the Wall Street Journal, and
these are people who aren't identified as consumers (except maybe of New Age non-sense), don't have money, and
would rather spend it on granola and kumbucha (gag). Its hard enough to build a business for the majority of people, geared
at the majority of people, who say they want the truth, but continue to watch Fox or MSNBC, and can't quite stomach CSpan.
Anyway, the zine was out there, cutting edge, reality, fantasy blend, and whose to say what seeds it sowed. I doubt its
purpose was building a New Age Amazon, in which case, it would have failed. It was not a biz as usual zine and i'm
still idealistic enough to feel it's sad it got swept away in the commercial red tide, but, long term, the zine will be studied
where other more mundane magazines have gratefully been composted and return as more edible fare.