Park City Taxi Magic

There is a certain magic inherent to a Park City taxi that begins to rub off on its passengers. When a passenger sits down in the back seat of a taxi in Park City he or she will begin to feel a tingle. This sensation is the feeling of the magic being transferred from the taxi to the person riding in the taxi. Not only does this transfer of magic result in the feeling of a tingle but it also results in an augmentation of the rider’s personal power. But what exactly is personal power in this context? That will be the subject of the following two paragraphs.


The paranormal author from the 1960s named Carlos Castaneda wrote about his experiences with the Yaqui Indian shaman named Don Juan Matus. Carlos Castaneda for many years studied under this sorcerer and spiritual master as his apprentice. During the course of his studies, Don Juan spoke a great deal about cultivating personal power. Just what exactly this personal power is was never precisely defined in the writings of Carlos Castaneda but by reading the many books a certain sense of what personal power is can be appreciated to a certain extent.

Personal power seems to be (as described by Castaneda) a source of energy that both protects a person and allows a person to perform certain miraculous actions. By protection, we are talking about protection from malevolent spiritual beings who might try to harm a person who is unaware or unguarded. By miraculous actions we are talking about flying, moving swiftly, perceiving the imperceptible and many other things. How this relates to riding in a taxi is difficult to explain in the remaining word count for this blog post. But I think the reader has gotten a sense of it.