Although her book, “All in Her Head,” is fictional, medium Michelle Paisley addresses challenges many people face – body image and self-esteem. The lead character participates in past life regression via hypnotherapy, and in this life, encounters a near-death experience.
“… there were times when I was challenged to question the value of being openly clairvoyant in a cowboy town.”
Although caught up in an abusive marriage, licensed horse trainer
Katherine-Windfeather Thompson pursued a journey of self-discovery of her natural gifts as a clairvoyant and animal healer. In her book, “When Doves Cried, and Horses Wept,” she shares that journey, which included recalling a negative and unhealthy pattern in past lives, and the necessity of ending it in this one.
Are you interested in acupuncture, but needles make you squeamish?
The answer may be color-puncture, which integrates ancient and contemporary color therapy on the meridians, without any needles. Quantum Therapist Nicole Mark explains how this modality provides multi-level results.
Ginnie Jester is the creative force behind City Mystic – New York, a unique take on the tarot deck, which allows readers to tap into multi-levels of stories and interpretations. Ginnie explains her vision behind the black-and-white photographic images for specific cards I randomly pull from the deck.
One way to maintain or improve your health is approaching your dietary regime from an energy perspective. That is, eating foods most appropriate for the largest energy points in our bodies. Joy Arnold, Holistic Health Coach & Nutrition Specialist explains the best foods for each chakra.