The second volume of "Imaginal Reality" moves more explicitly into the practice of magic that is, the ongoing journey of claiming our lives more fully and deeply. This cultivation of intentionality and vision, though never a one-time decisive victory, can become a more habitual attitude. To gird these hard-fought realizations, this volume presents the other four voids in detail: 1) Nothingness: Individual things and the thing-sets with which we populate our worlds are the set-dressings that illustrate the scripts guiding our life plays.2) Meaninglessness: The world will never, to us, yield either fundamental meaning, or some ultimate point. The process of meaning-making is the meaning of life.3) Freedom and Responsibility: Only through claiming life in its structural truth, through a responsiveness to the imaginal reality of life, can we truly live out the freedom that is always, already, our birthright.4) Change and Finitude: Nothing abides and any clinging to concepts rooted in permanence will yield a bitter and morbid shadow. Taking a hard gaze at the imagination of magic, these texts endeavor to bring us more fully face-to-face with the existential voids that define the true limits of our lives, but also create the stage upon which our lives unfold.