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
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lisa Anne Rooney, author of the new Survival Guide for Those Who Have Psychic Abilities and Don't Know What to Do with Them.
I'm very blessed to be able to work daily with the spirits around me. I learn something new every day, but there are a few lessons that come up often for myself and my clients regarding balancing ourselves body, mind, and soul. In my new book, Survival Guide for Those Who Have Psychic Abilities and Don't Know What to Do with Them, I discuss many of them. But, I'd say the number one lesson I hear is: "We need to remove the word 'try' from our language!"
Spirit has explained to me that the word try is a disease that
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debra Robinson, author of A Haunted Life and The Dead Are Watching.
I've had so many people over the years, both friends and clients, ask about psychic abilities. They want to know the particulars—how it happens for me, and most importantly, how to do it themselves.
I believe we are all born with abilities, but that they do run stronger in some families. Whether this is due to those families listening to and accepting them (leading to ever-increasing perceptions), or whether there is some genetic predisposition toward them, is really the question for the ages.
Just as some families lean toward producing artistic minds and some