From a young age we are often taught, in ways both subtle and overt, to compromise who we are and to replace our true thoughts and feelings with false masks. We do this because we want to be accepted, and over time, our awareness of our authentic self slowly recedes. Yet, compromising our truth brings no true reward. Not knowing and loving our authentic self creates loneliness and cuts us off from our center of power and inner joy.
Despite the many influences that seek to confine you to complacency and suppress your inner truth, the journey of discovering your authentic self is natural and always unfolding. Sherrie Dillard, author of the new Discover Your Authentic Self, presents the three phases of discovering our true, authentic self.
Our body is always communicating to us and ready to reveal both the positive and negative influences that are impacting our health. Yet, its messages often bypass logic and reasoning. Through intuitive sensing and insight we can begin to better tune into and discern its messages. Sherrie Dillard, author of the new Develop Your Medical Intuition, describes how we can use our innate intuition as a powerful ally in uncovering the unknown factors and stresses affecting your health and wellbeing that lie outside of our conscious reach.
Everyone has the innate intuitive ability to communicate with those on the other side. Although it may seem like the special gift of a select few, we all interact and connect with the spirit realm. How do we tap into our skills? The first step is likely discovering what type of medium we naturally are. Sherrie Dillard, author of You Are a Medium, discusses the four types of mediums and provides ways to exercise your skills.
Love and intuition seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly, the sun and the moon and…well, like two people in love. Who at one time or another has not felt a shiver move up their spine or their stomach leap in joy when looking into another’s eyes? Have you ever met someone and instantly felt a connection with them or somehow knew what they were thinking or feeling, without knowing how you knew? We all have innate intuitive ability, and Sherrie Dillard, author of Love and Intuition and Discover Your Psychic Type, explains how we can enhance our relationships by enhancing our intuition.
There are many things to gripe about when it comes to looking back on the 2004 presidential election, but I always felt my temperature rise most sharply when one particular insult was being gratuitously, and by both parties, used—the comment that someone was a “waffler.” It made my skin crawl, partly because it’s such a silly word for both a candidate and a party with...
Because emotional intuitives are usually highly attuned to psychic emotional energy, it is necessary for them to become skilled at balancing with calm insight the feelings and emotions they intuit. When emotional intuitives are able to identify the emotions they are picking up on, they will be better able to interpret what they are psychically receiving. They will then be able to release what...
Mental intuitives enjoy investigating and learning and do well with complexity and multilevel thinking. Astrology, numerology, and the I Ching are a few of the systems whose methods they can use to understand and organize the world around them. An exercise that a mental intuitive does well with uses synchronicity. It allows the mind to think, but it takes the thought to higher levels of...
The second – this focusing on the Mind - in a series, By Carl Llewellyn Weschcke (As I write the second editorial in this series, I want to state that I am not writing as an “expert,” but rather as a 77-year old guy who has done a lot of reading, a lot of study, and a lot of work in most areas of Body, Mind, & Spirit who just wants to express a few ideas.)