Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dr. Lesley Phillips, author of the new Intuition and Chakras.
Everyone has intuition. When you develop intuition and learn how to trust your gut, intuition answers your questions. Imagine what it would be like to tap into your intuition, and be assured of a response, whenever you wished—whether you have big picture questions about the environment, global economy, food supply, or healthcare, or personal questions such as knowing about your purpose, health, finances, relationships, and career. Wouldn't it be fantastic to develop an energy practice that gave you access to your answers?
The good news is there are simple steps to developing
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Astrea Taylor, author of the new Intuitive Witchcraft.
When I was a teenager, I had a fantasy of being taken under the wing of a wise, all-knowing witch. They had a cabin in the woods, a hardy herb garden, plenty of private space for rituals, and a kitchen to die for. In my fantasies, they were brave and strong. They taught me everything I ever wanted to know, and then some.
At that age, more than anything, I wanted someone who had the same spirituality I had to acknowledge my magical potential and help me develop my gifts. I saw this person's wise attention as the necessary step for me to attain self-confidence and magical
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