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Join the Inner Circle!

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Inner Wisdom | 0 comments

Woo Hoo! If you’re looking for a place to go before you step into the light as a professional intuitive, you’re home. I’ve created a community focused on connection, support and knowledge for those who are on the path of healer, coach or intuitive. You won’t get lost in here among 8000 others all vying for answers and attention. You’ll be seen, your questions will be answered by those who have gone before you and best of all, you’ll have a lot of fun hanging out with us. Want to know more? Check out the...

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I call bullshit!

Posted by on Feb 12, 2014 in Adventures of an Intuitive, Becoming Conscious, Lessons Learned, Spirit Guides | 18 comments

Bestie Anni and I were talking the other day and she mentioned this quote from renowned author Sonia Choquette about meeting with your Guides: “Another way to show appreciation is to keep a clean and organized home. If that’s asking too much, at least maintain the area around your altar in this manner. This shows your respect for the guides by giving them a peaceful, clear place to rest. This right here? Bullshit of the highest order. Seriously. How do I know? In addition to being the High Priestess of the Woo, I am also the High...

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Special Offer: Removing Energetic Cords of Attachment + Meet Your Spirit Guide Team!

Posted by on Feb 9, 2014 in Energetic Cords of Attachment, Partnering with me, Spiritual healing | 2 comments

Imagine you have two ropes between you and another person – one white and one gray. The white rope is chock full of all the fun you’ve had, nifty vacations, and the joy you both have when with each other.  That’s the Spiritual Tie. The gray rope is full of the arguments, the time she was snitty with you and it hurt your feelings and the three times you didn’t really listen when she was sad. That gray rope? It’s a crappy cord of attachment. While you will never, ever lose the spiritual tie with another, you can release that blasted...

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Book Review: The Subtle Body Practice Manual: A Comprehensive Guide to Energy Healing

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014 in Adventures of an Intuitive | 1 comment

The Subtle Body Practice Manual: A Comprehensive Guide to Energy Healing Cyndi Dale Author Website: www.cyndidale.com Confession time: I have haunted libraries all my life. You’d find me mostly hanging out in the new non-fiction section, hoping to snag something that’s just been released. Every once in a while, I happen upon something awesome and just can’t believe my good fortune. The Subtle Body Practice Manual: A Comprehensive Guide to Energy Healing by Cyndi Dale was the find of the season for me. Dale, a prolific writer who is well-known...

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Stop outsourcing your inner knowing!

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Adventures of an Intuitive, Becoming Conscious | 3 comments

Seriously! Make that your one resolution in 2014 (along with no more cake for breakfast and being nicer to your spouse when you don’t want to). This post came out of a conversation with a good friend about working with a coach.  Now, I’m a big proponent of working with a coach, a mentor, a therapist.  I’ve done all of that pretty much for the last thirty years. And I am a coach, a mentor and a teacher (and I play a therapist on TV but that’s another story! heh), so I’m not saying that support...

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Book Review: Extraordinary Psychic – Proven techniques to Master your Natural Psychic Abilities

Posted by on Oct 6, 2013 in Pathways Book Reviews | 3 comments

If I knew nothing about what it means to be a psychic and got all my information from movies and television shows, I would imagine that it’s a non-stop, uncontrollable carnival of images, thoughts and random dead people showing up anytime they felt like it.   Well, except for the dead people showing up randomly.  They make appointments. Let me share a secret: all of your natural psychic abilities are under your control.  All of it.  If you have clairvoyant gifts, you get to decide what you see and what you don’t.   In her earlier book You Are...

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Spiraling into shame

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in Adventures of an Intuitive | 7 comments

By Lisa Wechtenhiser Lately, I’ve noticed the buzzword ‘shame’ everywhere. Robert Ohotto talks about it often on his radio show. Brene Brown writes about it in her books. And the more I looked around, the more I noticed how we live (and somehow function) in a shame-based society. As I understand it, shame is that feeling that in some profound way, you are not good enough, strong enough, defective at your core. The very essence of you is NOT ENOUGH. Many of us (myself included) grew up with this feeling, as if it was part of...

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Why a certification course?

Posted by on Aug 30, 2013 in Adventures of an Intuitive, Certified Practical Intuitive | 1 comment

By Lisa Wechtenhiser So, where did this whole idea of a Professional Intuitive course come from and why a certified one, at that? Dear reader, you ask such salient questions and so timely, too! Back in the spring, I was asked to receive a reading from a student in Slade Roberson’s Automatic Intuition course and offer feedback.  As I was giving that feedback, I realized that I really liked doing it and, as a bonus, I was good at it!  My higher self said to me “Ya know, you could be doing this all the time.”  Hmmm.  (When my...

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Countdown to Certification!

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Certified Practical Intuitive | 0 comments

Yes, I know it’s been hella quiet in this corner of the internet lately. I’ve been working like crazy writing copy and gearing up to unveil the Practically Intuitive Professional Mentoring and Certification Program. Truly a labor of love because in doing all that, I realized just how passionate I am about creating a program that really teaches others how to offer intuitive readings that are useful to clients NOW. Not when they get their life together or lose ten pounds or whatever they think is that magical moment when it all...

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I don’t do chitty-chat!

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 in Lessons Learned | 6 comments

My mom was a hard-core chatter.  She and my wonderful Aunt Connie would get on the phone every Saturday morning for a good three hours talking about this or that thing they saw on television or whatever.  All of my mom’s sisters have this wonderful ability to chat about any and every thing – no matter how trivial the topic.  (They used to call it “chitty-chat”.) Me? I did not inherit that trait at all. Good lord, I hate to just chat about the weather or what someone’s kid ate for lunch or which color is the...

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