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Date: 2013-10-07 By: Sam Queen
The Stanley Hotel was the inspiration for the "Overlook Hotel" in Stephen King's 1977 novel The Shining, and the inhabitants of the Stanley prove themselves to be inspiration for any horror novel. Sam Queen, co-author of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, discusses his haunting experiences during a visit.
Date: 2013-10-01 By: Lesley Francis
Okay, for the sake of an open mind, try to forget everything you've ever thought about change. Accept one thing: it really does have a purpose, which is to get us to grow. Not just to upset our carefully laid plans or make us feel like we are perpetually living on a skateboard. The bottom line is change is inevitable. It's gift is to get you to
Date: 2013-09-30 By: Jamie Davis
In a little town called Medfield, Massachussetts, Jamie Davis and Sam Queen (co-authors of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums) came upon the abandoned Medfield Insane Asylum. Used for location in the film Shutter Island, Jamie and Sam could only imagine what awaited them within the many buildings, all in various stages of degradation.
Date: 2013-09-23 By: Sara Wiseman
From Thanksgiving to New Year's, many of us get trapped in a cycle of overabundance—the state of having too much. As in: more than we can use or process. Sara Wiseman, author of Becoming Your Best Self and Living a Life of Gratitude, shows us how we can release these worn-out traditions and create new holiday experiences that fill us with simple abundance and gratitude.
Date: 2013-09-23 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
We are all Spirit Communicators—all the time unconsciously broadcasting all kinds of "messages" to the Universe, and all the time unconsciously receiving messages from the Universe that is everything and everybody, including you and me. It's not just the visible "out there" Sun and Moon and distant Stars, nor the invisible spirits in higher
Date: 2013-09-21 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Editor's Note: This article is adapted from the Introduction to Clairvoyance for Psychic Empowerment, by Joe H. Slate, Ph.D. and Carl Llewellyn Weschcke. The Need to Define the Subject and Its Terminology Before discussing any subject, we should agree on what the subject of discussion actually is, and on the basic terminology to be used.
Date: 2013-09-17 By: Tess Whitehurst
On a Thursday during a waxing moon, choose a freshly washed, attractive pair of pants that feel abundant to you (they don't have to actually be expensive, but it's ideal if they at least look that way) and hang them on a hanger. Light a stick of cinnamon or patchouli incense and safely smudge the pants with the smoke, being careful to catch any
Date: 2013-09-16 By: Clea Danaan
Wouldn't it be lovely to have a place to go each day, where we could slow down, reach out to the Divine, and let the feeling of Spirit fill you? This place does not need to be a physical place; rather, we can create our own by deepening our spiritual practice with daily activities of meditation and inspiration. Clea Danaan, author of Living Earth Devotional, explains why a daily devotional is so powerful in creating a deeper, more spiritually-fulfilled life.
Date: 2013-09-09 By: Barbara Moore
All tarot decks have their own personality and their own strengths. The Tarot of the Hidden Realm, being inspired by the world of the fae, has a flavor all its own. Barbara Moore explains the power and wisdom awaiting users of this new deck.
Date: 2013-09-02 By: Marcus F. Griffin
Is it possible to have so many paranormal experiences in a lifetime that we come to view them as commonplace? Marcus F. Griffin, author of Playing with the Devil, certainly believes so. Here he details his life of experiences "beyond normal explanation."