By this they mean that all possible thousands of magic tricks are based on a small number of basic magic ideas. These ideas, these basic principles of magic, as they call it, are amazingly few. But from them all new tricks are created. Whether they are sleight of hand or stage illusions.
The magical inventors are those who use these principles in such a novel and fresh way that even experienced magicians cannot guess which principles are used.
By the way, if we look at some of the basic ideas of magic and see how easy it is for any boy to invent his own technique, we can easily come to the conclusion that everything is possible only if the boy doing the magic thinks a little; no external matter cooperates.
ANSWERING RIDDLES FROM OUR JOYS AND SORROWS, OUT OF OUR DISPOSITIONS AND REFLECTIONS, WE WILL FIND ANSWERS TO LIFE – IS THE CORE CONCEPT OF THIS BOOK.
What are the other things we expect from SEPPADU VIDDHAI?
“… Searching for a deeper meaning, trying to find patterns in everything, trying to solve the riddles of life – this is curiosity and hunger for knowledge. By finding solutions to problems, there are many small questions that each person must answer throughout life to find the unique brand SELF. This book will help you find answers to deeper questions. Learning how to apply this knowledge in real life is the real challenge the reader must face …”
“… Our life is a linear instrument, subject to the same cycle resonating in and around eternity. We must therefore become aware of the ‘unmoving’ force that exists in all forms of life; in all forms of itself …”
“… To ensure a reasonable amount of happiness in life and to achieve as much as possible, we must live between the extremes and learn to find a balance between the different values, this is the idea the reader will take away from this book …”
“… Steel is hardened by being exposed to the blazing fire of a furnace and then cooled, and so too is the human spirit hardened by adversity. The rich and privileged lack this and are often spoilt, with a warped view of reality and a childlike ignorance of the ways of the world. We have to live through hard times to gain respect for life and sharpen those skills, the book says …”
“… Therefore, unless you make yourself like God, you cannot comprehend God; for like is known by like. Detach yourself from all that is corporeal and make yourself an equal with that greatness which is beyond all measure; then you will comprehend God – the reader, after reading this book, will definitely take a firm stand on God and strive to become God …”