“Life is full of tough choices, ain’t it?” Ursula the Witch says to Ariel, the Little Mermaid, in Disney’s eponymous film. Meanwhile, American cartoonist and journalist, Allen Saunders, as well as John Lennon, imagined life being “what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” No matter what your perspective, however, life isn’t for the faint of heart. Even the Awakened One, the Buddha himself said, “It is hard to be born a human being, and hard to live the life of one.” Yet, we are born human and everything in life is difficult until we learn how to make those tough choices and coordinate our plans with life, rather than expecting life to fit in with what we want.

So, how do you learn to make those tough choices and synchronize your plans with your life? If you knew your purpose for being here, that would definitely give you direction and make living your life a bit easier, wouldn’t it? How then would you go about discovering that purpose for your life?

Steve Jobs, the visionary co-founder of Apple, Inc., inspired the Stanford University graduating class of 2005 with his now famous decree: “ And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” Albert Einstein, the most influential physicist of the 20th century, left us with this profound statement: “The only real valuable thing is intuition.” He also offered us his perspective: “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” To know your purpose and navigate through your life, you need to celebrate your sacred gift and guide your faithful servant correctly.

Today, we live in a time of great awakening and the transformation of our society.
Essential to furthering this shift in consciousness as well as the healing of the way we live with one another is that humanity is taking its quantum leap from having been a body- based intellectual race into a new spirit-centered intuitive one. We’ve already passed that point-of-no-return in which we can continue to relegate our “intuitive mind” and all of our “sacred gifts” to mere possible alternative options in life. Learning to live much more intuitively is now a necessity.

To help you do that, we’re offering an extraordinary seminar weekend in Longmont, CO. I’ll be giving two all-day seminars in which you’ll be learning to Follow Your Heart, Know Your Purpose, and See Your Way. On Saturday, in Follow Your Heart & Trust Your Intuition: Psychic Tools for Navigating Through Life’s Challenges, you’ll learn about what it really means to follow your heart as well as the difference between that and trusting your intuition. You’ll discover that you need to do both if you are to navigate successfully through the variety of life’s challenges. I’ll offer step-by-step psychic tools to help you in this powerful and creative process of turning to your inner compass and GPS to guide you in your life.

Then, in Sunday’s seminar, Know Your Purpose & See Your Way: Using Your Intuition & Clairvoyance to Take Your Next Step, we’ll take it all to the next step of using your intuition to discover more of your true purpose for being here and your clairvoyance to see your way clearly to fulfill that purpose and arrive at your destination. As it is said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” That single step is always your next step in life, no matter where you are along your path. You’ll learn many psychic tools and practices to help you daily gain more certainty in yourself, know your purpose, and see the path you need to travel as you access your ability to intuitively know the correct answer for you and be able to discern the energy route to your destination. You’ll learn as well how to not only make all manners of choices in your life, but also to have the courage to follow through on them, one step at a time.

If you’re interested in awakening to the next step along your path, we welcome you to join us for these two powerful and life-transforming seminars. See you in Longmont!

With gratitude, love, and laughter,

Michael