Get answers to your questions about relationships, school, and career. Communicate with your personal spirit guides. Contact loved ones who have passed to the other side. Whether you want to divine the future or just have fun, Spirit Boards for Beginners is an invaluable resource, with:
• Step-by-step instructions for using the board • Techniques for self-protection • Tips to help you avoid being tricked • The controversial history of spirit boards • Dozens of true spirit-board stories
While spirit boards have sometimes received a negative reputation, they are a perfectly safe way to communicate when used properly. Sharing dozens of heartwarming tales and creepy encounters, silly games and life-changing occurrences, author Alexandra Chauran provides everything you need to know to make the most out of your spirit board experience.
Casting a circle is a practice that makes use of the life force energy that pervades all things, which is often thought to be the mechanism through which visions are delivered. Alexandra Chauran, author of the new Clairvoyance for Beginners, provides simple instructions for casting a circle to aid in your clairvoyant readings.
We've all heard the stories of séances gone wrong, whereby gateways to the spirit world are opened with terrifying results. So what are we to believe? Are séances a good thing or a bad thing? Or does the truth lie somewhere in between? Barbara Parks, author of In the Presence of Spirits and the new Embracing the Spirits, explains
The Ouija board is one technique for contacting spirits that has a reputation for being manipulated and used for evil purposes. I have delved into many types of divining, from numerology, tarot, and coin tossing, to pendulums, psychics, and palm reading. Like many people, I am fascinated with connecting to those who have passed, with receiving one more message from a loved one. Laura, a good...
Turn Your Dreams Into Reality is all about knowing what you want, making sure it is a realistic goal, and then imagining what you need to make those dreams real. I have also called this the GWYW—the "get what you want" approach to life. It's a way to think about coming up with realistic goals and deciding what you need to do to make them... read this article