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January 21, 2020

You’re in the Express Line at the supermarket and you find yourself counting the items on the conveyor belt of the person in front of you. You think, “Do they have more than 15? That isn’t acceptable! They’re breaking the rules! I’m going to say something…” Does this sound familiar?

How many times a day do you think negative thoughts? Sometimes they’re not about others, but about yourself – how you look, how you feel, what others think of yo...

December 6, 2019

The holidays are often difficult for those of us who have lost someone close to us. I know the pain of losing someone at this time, personally, so I understand how hard it is to be surrounded by others that have not. But as a spirit communicator, it’s important that I share with you the most common messages our loved ones want us to hear and understand about the afterlife.

1. Our Loved Ones Are Still With Us

That passing scent of your mothe...

September 20, 2019

Have you ever noticed your pet is waiting for you at the door when you get home? If so, you’re not alone!

This behavior was so commonplace, that Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, a well known biologist and author, decided to study it, summarizing it in his book, Dogs That Know When Their Owner is Coming Home and Other Unexplained Powers of Animals.

If you have a pet, you may have noticed that they seem to know when you are about to arrive at home. To tes...

We often talk about being intuitive as if there’s just one type of ability. But if parapsychology has shown us anything, it’s that psi abilities cannot be tested or determined using one method. Each of us has unique, sometimes overlapping abilities.

According to Sherrie Dillard, there are 4 psychic “types.”  As you read each description below, consider whether those traits or experiences apply to you. For a detailed quiz...

June 13, 2019

 We have heard so much about the left vs. right brain being dominant that it's become the norm in media, on the internet, and even in how we talk about brain function. But is the idea of left or right brain dominance correct? The answer, in short, is no. However, there's some truth behind what has become a well known (and believed) myth.

As early as the 1960s, studies were done on individuals that had lost access to one hemisphere of the bra...

June 4, 2019

An interesting study (Xiaohong Wan et al., 2011) reported that rapid-access intuition, where one has to make a split-second decision, occurred in the caudate nucleus, a part of the basal ganglia (see image) an area responsible for learning, executing habits, and automatic behavior.

What is interesting about this study is the method used to test subjects and the conclusions the researchers made regarding intuition. The researchers used a Japa...