Beginning students talk about not trusting themselves. The clairvoyant information they get
“isn’t much” or they “can’t see”. I like to remind them that nearly everything we do has a built-
in learning curve, so why not clairvoyance? We’re born with the ability to walk, talk, throw a
ball, drive a car and so on. We learn by observing others and imitating them. We are validated
for our efforts.
We’re also born with the ability to use our intuition. Much like breathing, we use it from the
time of our birth. It’s interesting to watch children; they come in beautifully authentic, then at
some point many of them want to be like other kids, they want to fit in. They begin dressing
and acting like their peers and maybe they start thinking like them, too. Some become adults
that want to fit in. It makes sense; it’s a survival skill that helps us feel accepted in our
A student once described a conversation he had about our classes with his coworker. The
coworker quickly became uncomfortable and changed the subject. The student admitted he
loved the clairvoyant training but his companion’s reaction caused him to wonder if he might
be a little “weird”. He started questioning his participation in our program.
I shared something my own teacher told me: “People like us are attracted to this training
because we know we’re more than just our bodies. We want to grow and evolve as spirits!
Something like 5% of the population has that awareness. Of that 5%, about 2% come through
our door to take classes. That’s not a lot of people!” I said to my student, “You’re part of that
2%. Does that make you weird—or extraordinary? You get to decide!”
Students come to our center for many reasons, but they all leave better able to access Spirit.
Our community isn’t a big one, but each of us that takes that step gives others permission to
expand their awareness and do the same.
The energy of the present time suggests that more and more people are waking up to this
awareness. A teenager tells me she talks about energy “all the time” with her peers and
nobody finds it odd. A staff member reports her 20-something niece refers to her casually as
a “witch” and thinks she’s cool! I talked to a young therapist recently about what we do and
she commented, “wow, we’re doing the same thing; we’re just using different language!”
Awareness of spirit is getting into the mass consciousness, and it seems the youngsters are
here for it. Great news!
Blessings to you all,