Aaron B. Daniels teaches psychology in Boston, Massachusetts. He holds degrees from: Baldwin Wallace College (BA); Duquesne University (MA), where he studied existential phenomenology; and Pacifica Graduate Institute (PhD), where his degree emphasized the depth tradition. After working for a decade in private and public practice, he transitioned into academia. His previous two works, 'Imaginal Reality, Volume One: Journey to the Voids' and 'Imaginal Reality, Volume Two: Voidcraft' were both published in 2011. Written with Laura M. Daniels, they are syntheses of imaginal psychology with existential principles.
"I have taken my time to review this book because it has given me so much to think about. Jaded habitue of the magical scene that I am, I am seldom impressed by anything I read these days, but this did it....Daniels has gone beyond the basic chaos magical model of magic as what we can call 'psychic powers'. So this book could be described as the most iconoclastic magical book ever. This is not the first time I've come across the notion that every action is magical, but it's the first time I've seen it outside of silly newage or ill thought-through hippie drivel....In conclusion, I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone engaged in magic or mysticism and who wants to really think about what they are doing."