So, what are good books to increase your Psychic Ability? B
But really, I think we’re going to shift to a Monthly format for the Question of the Week or perhaps a Bi-Weekly Dispatch. Since we’re on the topic of books, people often ask, “What are good books about Psychic Ability and/or How do I increase my Psychic Skills?” (This is where the Sound Designer cues the Woo-ooo-OOOhhh space music, and the DP flashes a quick green card on the screen with white letters that read “Visualize Swirled Peas” and spins it a bit)
One of my favorite books is “Psychic Living” by my good friend and fellow psychic Stacey Ann Wolf. Stacey was actually a producer for MTV Total Request Live for a bit, before she jumped headfirst into the psychic world. She lives in
But, I definitely recommend this book, because its easy to read, its fun, and it subdues alot of the fear-based hocus-pocus nonsense out of the realm of spiritual work.Another excellent book is Everyday Karma by my good friend and fellow author, Dr. Carmen Harra, Ph.D. Dr. Harra is a really neat lady. She’s from
Everyday Karma really breaks down the primary Universal Law of Karma. You cannot read this book, and not be changed. It will affect your performance at work, home, and school. But it will also make you ponder your interactions. After reading it, and living for a couple of weeks, you begin to wonder if there is some sort of tally sheet or invisible film crew following you around, because Wow! Karma is real. But Karma isn’t a burden . . . its an opportunity. A chance to really help those around you and improve the planet in very positive way.
The last book I recommend is by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. His Holiness (or HH) the Dalai Lama has written almost 30 books on Buddhism. But, one of the best has to be Path to Enlightenment.
Its very easy to read, extremely rich in character, and teaches the lessons of Buddhism in a very subtle way. I think it was only printed two hardbound editions. So, if you can find a First Edition hardbound copy, buy it. Its definitely a good book.
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