Einstein’s Intuition

Rounding our way to the home stretch brings me to one last clair to share. This is one that everyone has experienced at one time or another, although it is the easiest one to discount. It is claircognizance which means clear knowing. This is the clair Einstein...

Stress and Gratitude

The holiday season is upon us in the USA starting next week. Knowing there are many ways to respond to this event from heartache to joy, here is a short audio (under 2 minutes) to help you reframe your perspective: Happy Thanksgiving to you all. Please know I am...

May the Force Be With You

Continuing on our journey through the “clairs,” let me ask you this: are you a “gut” feeler? Someone who picks up messages through more than just your email? Do you sense things through your body in the form of emotions and hunches? If you...

Do You Hear Voices?

This next Clair style I want to tell you about is clairaudience which means clear hearing. This is an intuitive communication style that literally speaks to you. Once you realize this is your intuition speaking (and not a condition that needs medication) how can you...

Are you Clairvoyant?

The most common question I get about intuition is, “How can I tell the difference between my intuition and wishful thinking?” It’s a great question and to try to answer it, I’ve put together a series of intuitive tips about what I like to call...

Do You See What I See?

I can’t board a plane without first checking out the auras of the other passengers. That is because of a story I heard years ago about Edgar Cayce, who is the most documented intuitive and psychic of the 20th century. For over 40 years, Cayce gave psychic...

What Drains You?

Intuition relies on sensing energy. It is a moment to moment communication between your conscious mind and higher self. Energy is all around us. It emanates from people, places and even inanimate objects. A Feng shui specialist I know told me every object in your home...

You Gotta Laugh

What happened to your laugh? – is a question I asked myself. While I never laughed out loud every day, like my sister, I can crack- up myself and others. It felt like laughter got tossed to the curb over the past few months. I missed it. What changed was a...