This month's featured topic in The Edge (a magazine on holistic living) is all about creativity and intuition. This is a topic I've been paying a lot of attention to over the past few years. I've struggled plenty with all forms of creative block, from writing to painting to how to set up my personal space. These were all things I truly wanted to do, but I couldn't figure out how to in a way that inspired and made me happy, instead of just feeling like chores.
These weren't new struggles. They were themes I'd carried with me since childhood. So, why was it that creative action I was drawn to perform often felt like pulling teeth once I tried to set things in motion? What was the
We’ve all seen the exercises where we are encouraged to write a letter to our younger self. It’s a great way to highlight the wisdom we’ve gained and to remind ourselves that what we think is the end of the world now will not seem so horrible with distance. But we can also access our future self. In Psychic Tarot, Nancy Antenucci provides a great activity.
Connecting with your future self from Psychic Tarot
You will need paper, a pencil or pen, and perhaps some markers or crayons. Sit down with the supplies in front of you. Use whatever method works best for you to enter spirit space. Breathe to relax.
Imagine yourself on the last day of your life, an older version of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sherrie Dillard, author of the new Discover Your Psychic Type, Love and Intuition, You Are a Medium, and the new Develop Your Medical Intuition.
Soon into my career as a psychic and medium, clients asked me to give them my intuitive impressions about their health. These questions ranged from a general health overview to more specific questions about an illness or pain. Although I was intuitive and confident of my abilities from an early age, when it came to health-related questions, I was resistant. Intuiting energy information about relationships or finances and communicating with the other side seemed more straightforward and, frankly, less
The Role of Intuition in Divination
From Tarot Beyond the Basics by Anthony Louis:
“Write down the thoughts of the moment. Those that come unsought for are commonly the most valuable.”
Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Intuition is such an important topic in tarot divination that this entire chapter [chapter 4: The Role of Intuition in Divination] is devoted to it. As Francis Bacon suggests, thoughts that come unbidden during a reading are often the most telling. Author Richard Roberts was so impressed by the significance of intuition that he advised his readers to throw away their interpretation books. Please don’t throw away this book, however.
One has to wonder why