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The Three Forms of Magic

With Ashima Hui-Keneipp and Julian Rosser

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The word magic, as it is commonly used today, describes trickery for entertainment purposes. But in a spiritual sense, every action we take and every thought we think is an act of magic. It doesn’t matter whether it is mundane or profound, all acts are magical acts.

But all acts are not equal…

Magical acts are either good, bad or somewhere in between. These are sometimes known as white, black and gray magic (but have nothing to do with race or skin color).

So how do you know what is white, black and gray magic? It’s more difficult than many people think. In fact, it can be surprisingly easy for the average person to perform black magic acts without realizing it.

Learn how to discriminate between good and bad magic, how to use magic in a positive way, and how to avoid acts of magic which are harmful to both yourself and others.

With the right knowledge, you can use magic to control your destiny and improve your future!

Presented by

Ashima Hui-Keneipp

Ashima Hui-Keneipp

Ashima was born and raised in Hong Kong, and later moved to Canada where she became a Member in 2002. She joined the Staff Team in 2007, and in 2011 moved to the American Headquarters of The Aetherius Society in order to fulfil her burning desire to help the world. Ashima is passionate about sharing how to empower others and thus enable them to better heal and transform the world. Ashima is a Priest-elect in the Aetherius Churches. She is known for her sincere, patient and thorough approach to teaching others. She is a presenter and leads regular live guided pranayama/mantra sessions in a private online community on Facebook,  Awakening Through King Yoga, which she co-manages.

Julian Rosser

Julian Rosser

Julian is a Priest-elect and full time staff team member of The Aetherius Society in Los Angeles. He has previously worked for The Aetherius Society at its European Headquarters in London and prior to that was on the volunteer staff at the New Zealand Branch. He is a regular blogger and has presented talks and workshops on a variety of spiritual topics, as well as hosted the Mystic FM podcast.


What is the King Yoga Experience?

The King Yoga Experience is for seekers of all backgrounds who wish to explore – and begin to experience for themselves – the life-changing spiritual path of King Yoga. 

King Yoga is not just a theory – it is a living teaching that can change your life and the world. 

You don’t just believe in King Yoga – you experience King Yoga. This is not a metaphor – it is literally true. Experience, more than any debate or philosophy, will prove to you that King Yoga works. All you need is an open mind and a truth-seeking heart.

Tune in to one of our King Yoga Experience events held around the world and explore the profound spirituality of Dr. George King, the Cosmic Masters and King Yoga.

  • Simple guided practices to raise your consciousness
  • Discover the wisdom of Dr. King and the Cosmic Masters
  • Radiate spiritual energy for global healing
King Yoga Experience
King Yoga Experience

The American Headquarters, Los Angeles

Temple Altar
The American Headquarters

Since 1965, The Aetherius Society has held services, workshops and lectures at our American Headquarters in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

The landscaped grounds are an oasis of peace amid the hustle and bustle of the city. Visitors can find a quiet space for contemplation or simply soaking up the special vibrations of the property.

Our founder, yoga Master Dr. George King, lived and worked onsite. This is where he took many of the hundreds of teachings given through him, as a yogic medium, by advanced beings from this Earth and beyond. Today, the spiritual missions he created for the benefit of humanity and the Mother Earth are still being performed regularly from this location.

There is a small metaphysical store offering a selection of books, CDs and other items. Feel free to pop-in and browse or discuss any questions you have with one of our staff. We recommend calling before your visit to confirm a suitable time. We are generally open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday, as well as most evenings and weekends.

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