for the soul
There's an awesome psychic course run by a funky psychic mentor, or a great spiritual development group with like minded people to help with intuition, but there's a feeling of not being ready. Those fear tingles you feel? It's a good sign. Though no one ever feels...read more
There's an awesome psychic course run by a funky psychic mentor, or a great spiritual development group with like minded people to help with intuition, but there's a feeling of not being ready. Those fear tingles you feel? It's a good sign. Though no one ever feels...
I’ve been known to see how many Tim Tam I can fit in my mouth at the same time, and today’s Spirited Conversation is with fellow intuitive, Suzanne Culberg, who is a weight release expert and hates kale.
When it comes to soul purpose, what if there was NOTHING to search for, no expensive programs or coaches to hire? What if you were born doing your soul purpose from the very first breath taken in this world?
We all have thoughts bouncing round about why we can’t do the next spiritual step on our psychic exploration. There’s a whole list here – What’s your B/S excuse for not moving ahead with your psychic development?
What if you’d always known your soul purpose? What if you came here already knowing what you were meant to do? What if having a soul purpose was something intrinsic to your very being that was kind of choreographed loosely before you arrived?
Ask these four questions before booking a psychic: Does anyone you know recommend them? Do you like what they post on Facebook? Is it within your budget – pricey does not always mean good.
for your psychic adventure
I’m Denise Litchfield
I’m not your average psychic, unless cake eating, rescue dog loving clairvoyants who can’t cook rice are suddenly the new normal. Like Glinda the Good Witch, I believe you’ve always had the power, m’dear.
I work with savvy, intuitive women who’ve always known they’re a little psychic and to explore that side of themselves without dressing in crushed purple velvet.
Are you a visionary, a wise soothsayer or a bold spiritual leader?