Natural psychic sensitivity is often associated with children. The Return of Intuition reveals the little-known, widespread phenomenon of profound intuitive awakening occurring in adults—usually around the age of fifty.
Bringing this emerging trend to light is psychic medium Kathryn Harwig, who has helped thousands of clients understand, nurture, and embrace their newfound psychic awareness. Their inspiring stories highlight the transformative power of intuition and reveal how this life-changing gift can be used to help others, receive messages from friends and family in spirit, and gain new levels of confidence, courage, and clarity.
In this unique guide, Harwig presents tips for enhancing your own intuition and determining whether you are a part of this momentous spiritual movement. The Return of Intuition affirms the gifts of aging, encouraging those over age fifty to reclaim their once-revered roles as elders and sages by passing on spiritual wisdom to a new generation.
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All children are intuitive when born, with a natural and inborn sense of who to trust and what is real. But by about the age of seven, pressure from society forces children to forgo the world as they see it (with auras around people and fantastic creatures walking right beside ordinary folk) for what is considered "reality" by the rest of the world. If we are born with these intuitive gifts, is it possible to reclaim them? Kathryn Harwig, author of The Return of Intuition, argues that not only can we reclaim our intuitive gifts as we age, but that this reclamation is happening more and more frequently as the Baby Boomer generation ages.
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