We have to find a balance point between the opposing forces that lead to violence.
Seattle, WA. (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Steffan Soule is a professional magician who is vitally concerned with reducing violence and stopping bullying in the schools (including via cyberspace). Bullying is a critical issue confronting society.
Soule performs magic effects for the toughest audiences in the world: teens. He demonstrates universal principles and issues with the art of magic. He illustrates important points and gives meaning to his message with his original visual-special-effects that grab and hold the attention of teenagers.
Commissioned by the Golden Rule Project and the Utah Arts Council to address bullying and the application of the Golden Rule as a solution to the problem of bullying and violence in schools nationwide, Steffan created “Attention, Magic and the Golden Rule.”
Each magic effect visually demonstrates the principle that is being explained. For example, Steffan causes a student to balance horizontally in mid air, as if suspended, while explaining, “we have to find a balance point between the opposing forces that lead to violence.” In this same show, about the Golden Rule, Steffan causes a black and a white streamer to transform into a golden flag with over 1000 formulations of the Golden Rule printed on the flag. Soule explains that, “The Golden Rule is not black and white. One has to practice it and learn how to apply it to many situations. To help, we have discovered over 1000 ways this rule has been formulated throughout religions, cultures and philosophies worldwide.”
From Veteran’s Day, November 11th through November 22nd, Steffan Soule will perform the show, “Attention, Magic and the Golden Rule” in numerous schools in Utah and Salt Lake City.
To interview an expert at reducing bullying by magic or to learn about this performance and find out more about the Golden Rule Project go to http://SteffanSoule.com
(Photos by Stephen Seko)