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Unwavering Hope - A Thank You by Kaitlyn Staley Tuesday, April 25, 2017
The unwavering support of Intuitive Development Ever since I was a little girl, I loved going to Intuitive Development, not only because I got to see my super-mom in action, but because there was always this distinct feeling I had every time I was there. I can only describe it as peace. Not a retreat in the woods drinking some weird green beverage kind of peace’, but just this overall sense of clarity. As if...
Categories: Testimonials, Support
Being Carefree All the Way to Disneyland by Annette Pingitore Thursday, April 20, 2017
Ahhh, Spring is in the air, and what a beautiful time it is! The weather has been amazing which puts me in much better spirits. I’m sitting in my living room which is now decorated for Easter with the sun shining brightly through my windows and the front door open letting in the cool, comfortable breeze. I’ve just returned from the gym, showered, said my prayers, pulled some Angel cards, and now I’m ready to...
Categories: Intuition, Personal Development
We Did It Again! by Amy Gorno Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Lynn M. Bunch went back to New York to speak to students on Emotional Intelligence. She discussed how they are already circuited, or pre-wired, to receive their own intuition/instincts. Knowing that our hard-wiring already exists allows us to identify right away when we are going off path. It gives us a choice to not be driven further from our authentic path by outside influences. The group of students in New York was a great group...
Categories: Events, Back to Business, Lynn M. Bunch
Meet Brenda Gray by Amy Gorno Sunday, April 16, 2017
Meet Brenda Gray – Intuitive Philosopher, Advocate, Friend. Brenda Gray is originally from Louisiana. The cadence of the region continues to hold sway in her personal rhythm. Her speech is calm, smooth and poetic in many ways. Conversation is natural and necessary with her. It keeps the positive flow of ideas and perspective moving. She is well travelled, well-educated and has an immensely engaging and kind heart that is often expressed through volunteer work. Some...
Categories: Intuition, Personal Development
Does Practicing Yoga Make You a Good Person? by Debbie Forrestt Thursday, April 13, 2017
Does Practicing Yoga Make You a Good Person? Seven tools for becoming magnificent I know most of you are answering an emphatic, “No! Yoga does not make you a good person.” What is the definition of a good person anyway? If feeling good about taking care of yourself both internally and externally, feeling peaceful and feeling good about the decisions you make for yourself is what helps you feel like a good person, then I...
Categories: Health
    
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