Robert Moore



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Average rating: 3.6 · 361 ratings · 43 reviews · 119 distinct works
Persuasion: Psychology of S...

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Eye Contact Training: How T...

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Whisper, Loudly!

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Voice Training: How To Unle...

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Persuasion: The Key To Sedu...

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Persuasion: How To Influenc...

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CONFIDENCE: Confidence Trai...

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So Rarely In Our Skins

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“This is the man who thinks too much, who stands back from his life and never lives it. He is caught in a web of pros and cons about his decisions and lost in a labyrinth of reflective meanderings from which he cannot extricate himself. He is afraid to live, to ‘leap into battle.’ He can only sit on his rock and think. The years pass. He wonders where the time has gone. And he ends by regretting a life of sterility. He is a voyeur, an armchair adventurer. In the world of academia, he is a hairsplitter. In the fear of making the wrong decision, he makes none. In his fear of living, he also cannot participate in the joy and pleasure that other people experience in their lived lives. If he is withholding from others, and not sharing what he knows, he eventually feels isolated and lonely. To the extent that he has hurt others with his knowledge and technology—in whatever field and in whatever way—by cutting himself off from living relatedness with other human beings, he has cut off his own soul.” Refering the the dark magician energy.”
Robert Moore, King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine

“All knowledge that takes special training to acquire is the province of the Magician energy. Whether you are an apprentice training to become a master electrician and unraveling the mysteries of high voltage; or a medical student, grinding away night and day, studying the secrets of the human body and using available technologies to help your patients; or a would-be stockbroker or a student of high finance; or a trainee in one of the psychoanalytic schools, you are in exactly the same position as the apprentice shaman or witch doctor in tribal societies. You are spending large amounts of time, energy, and money in order to be initiated into rarefied realms of secret power. You are undergoing an ordeal testing your capacities to become a master of this power. And, as is true in all initiations, there is no guarantee of success. [Magician energy]”
Robert Moore, King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine

“The good king delighted in noticing and promoting good men to positions of responsibility in his kingdom. He held audience, primarily, not to be seen, but to see, admire, and delight in his subjects, to reward them and to bestow honors upon them. [the King]”
Robert Moore, King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine

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