Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Shannon Yrizarry, author of the new Psychic Yoga.
When I began attending kundalini classes in Los Angeles, my intuition increased dramatically. In this type of yogic practice, breathing is one of the main focal points. At first, I found it difficult, but then found it quickly became easier and I felt a remarkable sense of connection with energy like never before.
I would frequently speak with other students that had similar experiences of heightened psychic abilities since beginning their practice. As I grew to understand the nuts and bolts that made breathwork such a handy tool for intuition development, it became one of my favorite daily
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tanya Carroll Richardson, author of Angel Insights, Angel Intuition, and the new Are You An Earth Angel?.
One of the most interesting aspects of traditional book publishing is the long lead time—a writer and editor might come up with the idea for a book and excitedly begin working on it years before the official pub date. That was the case with my new book, Are You An Earth Angel?, which will be published on June 8, 2020. Yet I began working on this book with the editors at Llewellyn in November of 2018! A writer expects nothing less than magic when collaborating with Llewellyn, and this book about sensitive, compassionate people who love
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tammy Mastroberte, author of the new Universe Is Talking to You.
The Universe, our angels, guides, and loved ones on the other side are always communicating with us. They are sending us signs to guide us, reassure us, and in some cases, re-route us when we make a wrong turn.
However, so many people are missing these gifts being sent, and I've found there are two big reasons why this might be happening—too much chaos and saying no to the signs that come. Here they are, along with my remedies for each one:
Too Much Chaos: Whether you have no children or six children, are single or have a partner, work from home or work outside the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kerri Connor, author of the new Wake, Bake & Meditate.
As I sit down to write this blog, I am on day 14 of sheltering in place. The same conditions that entitle me to a medical cannabis card in my state are the same conditions that put me into a high-risk category for the corona virus. At this point, 21 states have been closed down and President Trump is expected to attempt to re-open the United States by April 12th. By the time this blog appears online, there will have been many more changes, more infections, and more deaths as the past few weeks have already shown us.
I point this out, so it is clear, I am aware of where we are at in