“The Magician is the knower and he is the master of how things operate. He guides the process of transformation, both within and without… He is a seer.”
– from the book: King, Warrior, Magician, Lover by Moore and Gillette
Who is a Magician?
Magicians are people with the capacity to transform situations and influence both others and themselves. These are the scientists, researchers, philosophers, consultants, marketers, futurists, motivational speakers, and psychotherapists. Think of the wise sage, the shaman, and the guru.
During the coronavirus pandemic, when medical scientists helped leaders make decisions, we could watch closely how the relationships between Magicians and Kings work. You can recognize the Magician within yourself each time you self-soothe or try to talk yourself out of anger or worry. Masculine traits linked to the Magician are stoic, oriented to data and science, dispationate, clever, problem-solver, rational, and non-reactive.
Having heard Her Voice you now understand that in your role as a Magician you can meet your wife’s need for clarity during times of emotional distress and confusion. Her feelings and motherly instincts often serve her as guides. Her top qualities as a mother are being sensitive and responsive to her babies every time they make a sound. She is naturally highly reactive. Further, regular changes in her body affect her moods and feelings. These changes may affect her judgment and her desires, and may result in blurry thinking, indecisiveness and self-doubts.
As a husband Magician your unique position is that you do not feel the pain of the children in the same way she does. Your non-attached perspectives can transform reactivity.
Magician identity card
I am the King’s adviser.
I am wise,
I am self-aware,
I am a clear mind.
I am a Seer.
Negative husband expressions of the Magician role
Emotionally detached problem-focused
Lost in thought
(confession: this is an area my family has complained to me about…)
(recall how the snake hypnotized Mowgli in The Jungle Book movie.)
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