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Intuition: Start With Your Gut Feeling

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One of the most frequent questions I get as a medical intuitive is “How do you, personally, experience your intuition?” Well, I have the good fortune to be clairsentient, clairaudient, and clairvoyant, so I’m able to feel on all those levels. Clairsentience, a term that comes from “clear sensation... Read More ››

How Do I Get Unstuck?

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It’s More Than Just Letting Go One of the questions I’m asked most frequently in my practice is “How do I get unstuck?” or: “How do I get someplace other than where I am in my life (or healing, or practice)?” Those who ask this question are often desperate... Read More ››

Are You a Deep Listener?

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I recently attended a class on polyrhythmic drumming, in which the instructors talked about the concept of “deep listening.” It struck me that that’s a really important skill to acquire if we’re trying to develop our intuition and be supportive of others. So what is deep listening, and how... Read More ››

Some Thoughts About Saying “Yes”

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Manage the Practice of Saying “Yes” In our spiritual journey, we’re often encouraged to say “yes” to everything, to be more positive and open to life’s opportunities. But if a “yes” is not in your best interests or those of any other parties involved, just automatically saying it can become... Read More ››

Accessing Your Inner Guidance

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Getting In Touch With The Divine Within All of us are born with an inner guidance system, our subliminal connection to the Divine within. Some people call it their intuition, others might speak of a talent for “ getting good hunches” or “ making lucky guesses.” For a lot... Read More ››

Using A Mala To Calm The Mind

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I do a lot of traveling, and often find myself in busy airports with lots of noise and disturbance. In such situations, one of my favorite tools for focusing and accessing my calm go-to place inside is my mala. A mala (Sanskrit for “ garland” ) is a set... Read More ››

The Place of Knowing

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When will I stop pretending that “I do not know”? The signs of universal smiles The inklings of something The idea of forgotten wisdom fades as I pay more attention to the subtleties before me. What’s bringing me closer to my oneness? The ray of sunlight through the window... Read More ››

Secrets

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“Secrets, silent, stony sit in the dark palaces of both our hearts: secrets weary of their tyranny: tyrants willing to be dethroned. ”                      — James Joyce, Ulysses   We all have secrets. Many of them we keep hidden even from ourselves, in the form of mind hindrances that... Read More ››

Dealing with the Ugliness of Anger.

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“Consider what it would be like to walk through each moment with a divinely imperturbable attitude, whatever happens, knowing that you are resting in the moment, and capable of meeting what is.”                      — Melinda Iverson Inn     “You are never upset for the reason you think you... Read More ››

Calling All Empaths

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Are you in constant overstimulation? Is your Sponge-O-Meter in the Red? Do you feel exhausted, drained, anxious, cranky, and or experience fitful sleep after working with clients for an extended period of time? Do you feel that way when walking through crowds, watching the news, or just being yourself... Read More ››

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