Names, labels and the Consciousness of Expansion

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What’s in a name? A lot, apparently. We try to name everything from our cars to our beliefs. We want to tie down what’s ‘out there’, whether we’re thinking about space or spiritual realms. Names can be useful. They can help us to understand what we’re dealing with, to recognise a pattern, an energy, an experience. But they can also hold us back. This tendency has always been strong in spirituality. But is there room for something else? Personally, I don’t like to be labelled because it feels constricting.

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Survey Results: How Psychics ‘See’

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The results from my survey into how psychics, intuitives, healers and empaths experiences their gifts, is now in. The results are fascinating, showing where the similarities lie, and some fascinating differences too. As a follow up. I would like to do a blog on clearing fear related to psychic gifts. If fear holds you back from intuitive development, please do tell me more, either in the comments, or by email.

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Survey Results: How Psychics ‘See’

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What does psychic really mean? And how do people see and hear intuitively? These are questions that fascinate me. I know how I see and hear, and what the term psychic means to me, but I know other people experience their gifts in very different ways. On TV and in books extrasensory gifts are very black and white. People know everything, or they’re completely ‘normal’. If they have visions, they pass out or enter into the scene in an almost physical way. Messages are irrefutable and iron clad. In reality my experience has been very different.

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Survey: Calling all Psychics, how do you see?

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Do you consider yourself to be psychic, intuitive, or an empath? If you do, I’d like to hear from you. I want to write a blog about how people experience their psychic or intuitive gifts, so I am running a survey. It’s only short, just eight questions. But I would really like to hear your thoughts and experiences. If you would like to give me a quote to use in the blog, I can give your name and web address, or you can remain anonymous. Only people who have requested a mention will be named.

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