By Henry Reed
A look at the work of Marcia Emery, Ph.D., professional intuitive and innovator in intuition training, with many links to unlisted goodies.
By Henry Reed
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Beverly Jaegers, founder of U.S. Psi Squad
, reveals some secrets of solving police cases with remote viewing.
By Lauren Thibodeau
Calling on the intuitive wisdom of another person to help you interpret events in your life is a key turning point in your spiritual growth and development. But choose your wisdom resources wisely.
By Henry Reed
Practical intuition means gaining guidance for yourself and your relationships. How can you obtain the highest guidance possible? The Intuitive Heart approach is based upon the spiritual ideals Edgar Cayce prescribed for extraordinary psychic ability.
By Oriah Mountain Dreamer
Book Commentary by Linda Brown
It isnt about using focused attention to get what you want or pretending to be at peace while waiting for a higher power to notice and reward you. The book is about accepting reality.
By Bruce & David McArthur
Book summary by Linda Brown
This book is a comprehensive examination of the Universal Laws
and combines the wisdom of Edgar Cayce with the science of HeartMath
By Harmon Hartzell Bro, Ph.D.
The thesis of this paper is that using the term "psychic" as the central typological designation for Edgar Cayce misdirects serious inquiry on who he was and what he did, as well as impedes replication of his activity, by emphasizing his acquisition of data at the expense of the rich system of values which he both expounded and enacted, and in which he grounded his own self-understanding and practice.
A commentary By Henry Reed
On Russell Targs book: Limitless Mind
Edgar Cayce used remote viewing himself sometimes, like when he announced from his self-induced clairvoyant consciousness that his next client had not yet arrived at home where he was to be for his reading from Cayce, or when Cayce noted that the prescribed remedy, "oil of smoke" was hidden in the back room shelf of the pharmacist.
Henry Reed commentary on:
The PK Man: A True Story of Mind over Matter
By Jeffrey Mishlove
"It is the story of Ted Owens (1920-1987), who had such incredible psychokinetic (PK) ability that he could cause lightening to strike at a moments notice at any target he designated."
On the occasion of her new book, Path of Empowerment
, Barbara explains the Pleiadian wisdom which she channels and its message for our times.
By Henry Reed
Nancy Rosanoff, Ph.D., a member of the Intuition Network
; In her new column, she offers a very interesting method, called "Try it on!
" In essence, pretend your option is a set of clothes.
By Harmon Bro
Book Summary by Susie Pedigo
Every human soul has psychic ability. Need, opportunity and intent must be in place before psychic phenomena occurs. So psychic ability has to be more than a kit of useful tools; it must include the awareness the way things are and a desire to work with the way things are.
By Hugh Lynn Cayce
We might say that when an individual obeys the spiritual law which he knows, he will be drawn into the very environment and opportunities which make possible his greatest spiritual growth. ... So, when the group raises the atomic vibrations that make for the positive forces which bring divine forces into action in a material plane; those forces of a destructive nature are broken down by the raising of the vibration.
By Kathy Juline
Walter Starcke is a person of extraordinary accomplishments. Beginning his many-faceted career as an actor and Broadway producer, notably of I Am a Camera, later made into the film and musical Cabaret, he has devoted his life to the study and practice of universal truth principles. Currently a business entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and Closing the Gap workshop teacher, he is also the author of a number of books, including This Double Thread (1976), Homesick for Heaven (1988), Its All God (1998), The Third Appearance (2004), and his most recent, Joel Goldsmith and I (2006). One of todays most inspired New Thought writers, he lives the life of a practical mystic.
By Alan Watts
An excerpt from his autobiography:
In My Own Way
Americans are feeling outnumbered and threatened, not so much by foreign terrorists but by their fellow Americans. An atmosphere of faith-based paranoia permeates a portion of our cultural climate. Unlike the Europeans, whose educations have included a thorough steeping in religious studies, we do not -- cannot -- view religion objectively. Instead, we clutch our Bibles to our bosoms and with varying degrees of emotional fervor, proclaiming ourselves "a religious nation."
By Ronald Russell
An Excerpt from the new book:
The Journey of Robert Monroe: From Out of Body Explorer to Consciousness Pioneer
The question of proof no longer concerned him and he had lost interest in taking part in controlled tests. Also, he found it had become very easy for him to move into the out-of-body state. Refreshed after three or four hours of sleep, he was ready to slip out, as it were, but what was there to do? Everyone else was asleep and he saw no point in purposelessly drifting around.
A Commentary on Joan Grant: Speaking from the Heart--Ethics, Reincarnation and What It Means to Be Human
By the book's editor, Nicola Bennett
In 1964 the English author Joan Grant, famed for her best-selling "far memory" novels such as Winged Pharaoh
and Scarlet Feather
, visited the Association for Research and Enlightenment
at Virginia Beach with her husband Dr. Denys Kelsey. There they gave a series of lectures and Joan's first lecture was titled, with typical simplicity, "Why I believe in Reincarnation