Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Atherton Drenth, author of the new Intuitive Dance.
It has become a tradition in our family to gather for one day in the summer at a large water park located in a small village nearby. Our party consists of eight adults, one teenager, and three grandchildren celebrating the warm summer day with water play and a picnic. As the day begins to wind down, all the grandchildren are gathered up and escorted by their adored aunt and uncle to the store for inordinately large ice cream cones and to purchase any stuffed animal that meets their fancy. As you can imagine, the grandchildren love this little ritual. By the following year, when we return to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Melanie Barnum, author of several books, including Psychic Abilities for Beginners, The Book of Psychic Symbols, Llewellyn's Little Book of Psychic Development, and the new Intuition at Work.
When was the last time you intentionally used your intuition at work? Do you know? Can you remember? If you're like so many others, it may be hard to put your finger on it. However, chances are you have utilized your gut instincts, it just may be that you haven't recognized it as such. The good news is that that can be easily remedied—whether you are the boss or the employee.
When we are young, we learn we can be anything, do anything, and have
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 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