I had changed me and the world around me changed.
Genevieve Davis changed herself–and the world.
I’m thoroughly enjoying “Becoming Genevieve” partly because it’s one of those books you read and say, “I could have written that.” but in my Write
Let’s do a quick analysis and make sure we understand what’s really going on here.
Notice how she didn’t wait for the world to change for her to change.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say the world didn’t truly change around her but her perspective of the world changed. What also changed was the perspective of the world towards her.
I don’t know if that’s clear, but it’s how I see it and also how I think it happens–and happened.
I know because it has happened to me.
I changed and the world around me changed.
I quote it here and write about it because I have never seen a more clear, simple, and short but yet powerful, insightful, and clearly-from-personal-experience explanation of magic.
I was already a fan of Genevieve Davis, but she’s growing on me even more. To the point where I want to form a club of magicians–but not the kind who pull rabbits out of hats.
Who resonates with you? An author? A musician? A friend? Who can you read or listen to or talk to and see that they can see inside of you?
Hold onto those and move forward in parallel.