December is truly my favorite month! I love the sights. I love the smells. Even the sounds of music and ringing bells that I've heard every year before don't get old. The sense of magic I felt as a kid flutters back to life as new traditions are made and old ones are celebrated.
One of these traditions is the year review that begins as I write my holiday letter. What did I do this year and where has life taken me? What did I love, lose, and accomplish? Often I'm left amazed at everything that's transpired in the course of twelve months! From that jumping off point I take another step and write down my goals for the year ahead. By the time I'm done I feel like I know myself a little
I am an extra happy editor today, since I found two soon-to-be-released titles in my mailbox! Since these are the first books I started working with a year ago, what better way could there be to begin a day? I've anticipated not only the moment when I would be able to hold the fresh and finished copies in my hands, but also the time I could purchase and pass along the valuable stories and guidance to my family, and here's why:
The first, By Morning's Light, is Ginny Brock's story of the year following her son's death and the reconnection she found with him in spirit through dreams, signs, synchronicities, and even direct communication. Her story is one of gaining self-trust in
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Michelle DesPres, author of The Clairvoyant Path.
I’ve noticed an interesting trend that is prompting us to go outside our hard-set boundaries today. Except, aren’t boundaries supposed to be maintained? Don’t they keep us safe and protected, and define who we are? Why would we ever step outside the boundaries we have worked so hard to gain? Ultimately, we are being asked to consider stepping beyond our boundaries in order to recognize where we are still operating from our past or outdated ways of being, and how that is keeping us from expanding into our greatness. But don’t misinterpret; I’m not saying go run amok without care.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Teresa Brady, author of Ignite Your Psychic Intuition: An A to Z Guide to Developing Your Sixth Sense.
There are so many "how-to" and "self-help" materials available proclaiming to hold the secret of intuitive development. Although their promises are noble, just trying to choose among the many offerings requires heightened senses and a sharp gift of discernment!
After spending time analyzing the multitude of techniques available, and distinguishing them within the A - Z framework of my book, Ignite Your Psychic Intuition, I simplified sparking your intuitive abilities into three easy steps: gratitude, openness, and surrender.