The Intuitive’s Workbook
Awaken Your Intuition
Book 2 of The Awakening Series
Do you want to see Fae(ry)? Would you like to communicate with elves, goblins, gnomes, trolls, and other magical beings?
In The Intuitive’s Workbook I’ll teach you the ways I’ve learned to communicate with the invisible worlds, the worlds beyond our three-dimensional reach, but within our intuitive reach. You’ll learn the techniques I’ve discovered on my own, techniques others have taught me, and techniques the invisible beings have imparted on my journey.
What will you find inside this book?
- Techniques to strengthen and protect yourself
- Guided Meditations
- Techniques for communing with nature
- Tools to grow your spiritual practice
- And much more.
Join me and others awakening to the world of the magical, invisible realms. Experience a life long thought to be a fantasy of ancient civilization, a magical reality more real than anything you could imagine.
Awaken your intuition.
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