The Mentorship Program
Learning to Trust Inspiration*
mercy has a human heart.”
William Blake, Songs of Innocence
the midst of her anger, Michelle noticed she was squeezing down on her
breathing. Her chest was constricted.
She drew a deep breath, and, slowly and carefully, she took in some
complete, fulfilling breaths. Then
she sighed in relief.
Eventually, Michelle forgot to think about how deeply she was
breathing. She just let it
happen on its own. She found
herself watching it happen, felt her lungs draw in air, and felt a
movement of energy throughout her body.
Then, the old air left her lungs, taking her tension and fatigue
with it. As she continued to
watch, she noticed that, just for a moment between one breath leaving and
another coming in, everything stopped, paused.
Then, miraculously, the next breath came, right on time, in its own
time, of its own accord.
have never felt so in touch in with my body,”
Michelle said. “It
was tranquil and exhilirating at the same time, a very special moment for
me, almost a peak experience.”
Several thoughts went through Michelle’s
mind. She thought about the
fight she had had with her husband that morning.
She realized she had gotten mad because he hadn’t
done something for her that she had assumed he would.
realized just how much I had come to take him for granted,”
Michelle explained. “I
could feel just how unappreciated he was feeling.”
What would happen, Michelle wondered, if she gave to her husband a
little appreciation when he did something for her, even when it was
something she expected him to do, like the appreciation she was feeling
for her breath, something she also had taken for granted? It would prove
to be a transforming thought for her and for her marriage.
The Secret of Flow
all to love; Obey thy heart; Friends,
kindred, days, Estate, good fame, Plans,
credit and the Muse, Nothing refuse.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson; Ode
Inscribed to W.H. Channing, Give All to Love, st.1
her moment of inspiration, Michelle stumbled onto a secret of intuition.
Maybe sometimes you have taken a “breather”
and gained a fresh new perspective. Taking
time out is an important step in dealing intuitively with a situation.
something else that Michelle stumbled upon that’s
just as important. In falling
into the flow of her breathing, she also tapped into an intelligence
larger than her own.
ever watched a champion tennis, basketball, or soccer player in action,
probably noticed how quickly they respond to events.
more, every move evolves rapidly, one move flowing into the next.
They are champions of instant improvisation.
Even with all their planning and practice, there is little they can
do by rote; it’s
all made up on the spot. When
they are at their best, these athletes play in a state of constant
inspiration. There is usually
little time to think consciously about what to do next; they just respond
intuitively. When they
experience peak moments of especially graceful play, when it seems to
happen effortlessly, they say they are in “the
where nothing goes wrong, or in the “flow,”
where the play happens by itself.
You may remember experiencing some moments of flow in your own
life. Maybe everything just
fell into place. Errands
worked themself out as if choreographed by the city planner.
You found yourself in the right place at the right time as if
everyone knew your schedule. Obstacles
melted away as if life were handing you the keys to the kingdom.
The term “flow”
entered the academic and popular vocabulary as the result of research by
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, a University of Chicago psychology professor, who
has spent years studying this state of mind.
According to Csikszentmihalyi, we all experience states of flow in
many aspects of our lives --
athletics, creative endeavors, relationships, our connectedness with the
world around us. When we are
doing what comes naturally, we are usually doing it gracefully.
Even simple acts, simple moments, can have their natural grace as
they ride along the flow of the experience.
Csikszentmihalyi describes flow as a state of “optimal
It is where you are completely focused, your concentration bringing you
total absorption in the activity that has your attention.
It is a state of consciousness that focuses the energy and
attention and seems to carry you along as if moved by an outside force.
If you have ever been so absorbed in an activity --
music, reading, painting or a project at your job, perhaps --
that you were carried along by the spirit of that activity, losing all
track of time and anything else going on around you, then you were in
flow. If you have ever found
yourself, during a walk, suddenly shifting into a more intense connection
with the physical world around you, then you were in flow.
On the other hand, when we are outside the flow, life can be quite
effort-filled. It is almost
as if we look about us, not quite sure what to do, what we want, what is
expected of us. It is like a
sail boat caught in the “doldrums,”
where there is no wind to fill the sails, and so the boat sits there,
helplessly dead in the water. If
there is any pressure to perform, then even worse than the doldrums is the
ensuing sense of stage fright, the anxiety of being caught short and
self-consciousness is a state of extreme painfulness.
The flow state is the opposite of the doldrums.
Self-consciousness becomes the joy of watching your experience
unfold before you. Everything
moves along effortlessly; everything comes out right seemingly
According to Csikszentmihalyi’s
research, flow seems to result from several things: focused attention, the
ability to do something well, training and practice, letting yourself go
into what you are doing, becoming one with it.
In a state of flow, you feel more like yourself, your natural self,
more like you are doing what you are meant to be doing.
Whatever the circumstances of your own experience with flow, you
probably will agree that it was as if you somehow relaxed into the
experience and let it take on a life of its own, as if you got out of your
own way. At the time, if you had stopped to think about it, it
probably all would have seemed very natural.
Flow is a natural state and, thus, it is no surprise that it has
received recognition in older traditions than scientific psychology.
One of the earliest champions of the reality of flow was Taoism, a
very ancient philosophy from China. Taoism
is founded on the “Tao,”
which is the path of flow. Another
way of describing the Tao is to say, “the
way things are.”
When you are in harmony with the way things are, then things just
work out for you, naturally, effortlessly.
In harmony with the Tao, you are connected to the larger
intelligence of the universe. When
you are in harmony with the Tao, in the flow, your natural intuition is
amplified beyond your own understanding.
Here you can, in the words of the song, “know
everything without knowing why.”
research confirms that during those moments of flow, people evidence
greater intuition. You
probably often have seen for yourself that it is easier to be intuitive in
the little things during your day, especially when you aren’t
trying to be. But as soon as
you make an effort to be intuitive or feel that something important is at
stake, you find yourself blocked, full of self-doubt.
When I ask people, almost everyone agrees that it is easier to be
intuitive when they’re
not thinking about it. In
fact, when we stop to think about it, we can’t
be intuitive --
or so it seems.
There is a way past this block.
Learning how to get past this negative feeling of
self-consciousness will be very important, and enjoyable, too!
You can learn to enter the flow intentionally, and it’s
your breath that’s
going to show you the way.
The Breath Has a
the heart must pause to breath...”
Lord Byron, So We’ll
Go No More A-Roving
learned that the breath really can be a fine teacher in your study of
intuition. It has many lessons to teach you, and it can be a meaningful
guide into some important intuitive realms that are hard to reach
For one thing, the breath can teach you how to enter the flow state
deliberately and with full awareness.
Through the breath, you can gain entrance to an intuitive mind
space that usually is reserved for moments when you aren’t
thinking about it.
To begin learning the breath’s
secrets about flow and intuition, the first thing to do is to explore what
like to pay attention to your breath while also letting it happen
naturally. You can do this
even as you’re
reading these pages. There’s
no need to stop reading, although it’s
fine to stop if you wish to at any point in order to become even more
absorbed in watching your breath. Just
be aware of your breathing, allowing it to happen naturally,
spontaneously, doing whatever it will do, without your trying to affect
like most people, you’ll
find that as soon as you begin to pay attention to the breath, you begin
to affect it, worry about it, change it, make it different, evaluate it.
When I introduce people to observing their breath while letting it
be, they usually find they feel a need to change their breathing in some
way. Once they begin to focus
on their breath, they experience almost a compulsive need to control it.
People sometimes tell me that when they focus on the breath, they
suddenly feel that their breathing is too shallow and they want to breathe
more deeply. Others say they
feel fear that the breath won’t
happen if they don’t
make it happen with their own effort, as if their usual ability to breath
automatically freezes up. People
who have had yoga training often say that they find themselves guiding
their breathing to a slow, rhythmic count. Whatever their experience, most people initially find
themselves imposing some influence on their breathing, stepping into the
middle of it to affect it in some way.
This tendency to interfere with the natural flow of the breath is
certainly a curiosity. Think
about it. You have been
breathing for years without having to make it happen, just letting it
happen by itself without paying much attention to it.
And yet, as soon as you focus your attention on the breath, you
seem to feel a need to control it or fix it or influence it in some way.
Even though we all know that it really isn’t
necessary, that the breath will happen by itself, we can’t
help but try to control it.
This dilemma is the same predicament that we’ve
seen happen with intuition. When
you go with the “flow”
of your daily life, acting improvisationally and doing what “feels”
like the right thing to do, acting spontaneously without thinking about
it, you are being intuitive, and it’s
easy and natural. It’s
only when you start to focus on intuition, when you try to make it happen
on call, that you begin to analyze it, try to control it, worry that it
happen on it’s
own. And then you get in
Yet, you will discover, the irony is that the secret to intuition
is very simple. The secret is
hidden in your breathing. But
once you discover it, you will realize that it’s
been there all along, in plain sight.
hidden now because, even though you may look at it, you may not see it.
The secret to intuition is: Let yourself be. Just let yourself be yourself.
Just act naturally.
This secret may not sound like much of a revelation, but as we go
through the Intuitive Heart Discovery Process, you will come to
appreciate, as I have, what many people have told me.
As they come to accept and reclaim their own natural intuitive
style or ability, it’s
as if they come to accept and claim themselves at a newer and deeper
level. A well-respected
professional intuitive, Caroline Myss, once remarked, “The
only block to your natural intuition is low self-esteem.”
My students have found that this statement has proven true for them.
It is an important idea that you would do well to keep in mind
until the day you realize its truth: Being intuitive is being yourself in
a very profound way. Now, let’s
go back to the breath.
Keep in mind that you’ve
been breathing without effort all your life.
It happens naturally. Now
you can learn to let it continue to be natural even when you are paying
attention to it. Nothing more, nothing less.
The goal simply is to be yourself, mindful of yourself.
going to do is use the process of learning to trust in the flow of the
breath to see what it brings you. It
can bring you to your goal.
Your Breath Can
Teach You to Relax
merry heart goes all the day”
William Shakespeare, The Winter’s
breath is a teacher. Watch
your breathing as you let it be. Simply
follow it without worrying about it or changing it.
Notice that on the exhalations, when your breath goes out, there is
a very natural relaxation. Let
your breath show you how it relaxes.
Let it teach you about letting go.
Watch how the muscles in the chest and stomach area let go and
relax on the exhalation. Let your exhalations help you to let go.
After doing this for a while, this feeling of relaxation may call
something up for you. When I
ask people what this feeling is like for them, they often use words such
as softening, a balloon that’s
deflating, the wind going out of sails, or loosening.
Think about what feelings and images come for you during the
letting go of the exhalations.
What is letting go? What
actually happens in the exhalation? If you look at it closely, you will
see that what the lungs do is exactly nothing.
That is, they collapse, and the air leaves.
Letting go is releasing.
You can explore this same idea for yourself with your fist.
Squeeze your hand into a tight fist.
Now, just let it go. What
did you do to accomplish this letting go?
You stopped doing anything, right?
(Where does your fist go, by the way, when you relax your hand?
This is a good question to ask kids just to see the looks on their
faces as they try to figure out the puzzle.)
Squeeze your hand into a fist again.
Let it go. Tense,
release. This sequence of first squeezing and then letting go of
muscles throughout the body is a basic relaxation training technique.
The same thing happens with the breath.
By paying attention to your exhalations, you can let your breath
teach you how to relax, to release, to let go.
And if you stumble over it at first, don’t
soon get past any awkwardness, and then your breath can be your guide to
other learning about being in the flow and about accepting natural
As you become more comfortable letting yourself go as the breath
probably notice further qualities of the experience.
When I ask people to tell me what comes to mind as they relax more
deeply with the breath, they typically mention images such as drifting,
falling asleep, dissolving, waves disappearing in the sand upon the beach,
evaporating, or disappearing in peace.
Some people have reported that letting go fully with the
exhalations feels like a little death.
They have a sort of “near-death”
experience while they watch it happen.
They find it very exciting to experiment with letting go that much.
It reminds them of times as a child when, on the playground swing,
they experimented with taking risks and letting themselves go into the
thrill of the swing.
The breath can be a profound relaxer, helping you to find your own
way to get out of our way and become one with the flow.
Your Breath Can
Teach You to Trust
vision will become clear only when you look into your heart.”
the only thing going on in your breathing.
The breath also comes in on the inhalations.
Shift your attention, focusing on these inhalations.
Continue to allow your breathing to happen on its own.
Let it be as you wait for the inhalations.
Let them come on their own.
As you watch your exhalations, you probably will notice that you
relax a little more with each breath that goes out.
As that happens, you may notice as well that your increasing
ability to let go also brings with it a certain trust, trust that another
breath will come to replace what you just released.
Let the inhalations show you how to accept them as they come.
Let the inhalations show you how to trust.
Let that next breath come to you, trusting that it will come as it
is needed, accepting that it comes of its own accord.
As you observe your inhalations, notice what comes to mind.
People tell me that their inhalations feel like a balloon filling
up, like being lifted up or awakened.
Accepting fully the breath coming in on its own has its special
pleasures. Some people
describe it in sexual terms, as bringing special delight.
It is surprising that something so common and close to you can
bring such joy. In
combination with profound letting go, the experience of trusting that the
next breath will come and of yielding to the breath when it does come, can
create its own ecstasy. You
can feel as if life itself is taking you into its flow.
Such a deep encounter with trust can be very healing.
It also will help you reach deeper levels of your intuitive gifts.
You Can Meditate on
Your Breath’s Wisdom
human heart has hidden treasures, In secret
kept, in silence sealed.”
Charlotte Bronte, Evening Solace, st.1
may seem silly to make such a big deal out of something as natural as the
breath, but there are great rewards to come from experiencing profound
gratitude for the simple things. It
also affects the mood in a way that invites deep intuitive powers.
So just practice watching your breath.
Relax more with each exhalation, letting it go.
Trust that the next breath will come, accepting it as it does.
As you become more comfortable and absorbed in the flow of your
breathing, notice again what it feels like for you, what images or
associations come to you.
People often tell me they think about being at the seashore, about
the natural rhythm of the waves, with each wave following its own natural
inclination. Others speak of
a feeling of being rocked, comforted, held, of being given sustenance
through the breath’s
gift of life. Some talk about
feeling at one with the breath, of merging with and becoming a part of
Following the breath into pleasurable states of consciousnes can be
fun. Seeing what mental
pictures come to describe your experiences can be a great game.
more than just fun and games. You are making three very important discoveries.
First, with your exhalations, you are learning how your breath can
help you relax. In fact, you
are learning about just how profound letting go can be, and how you can
enjoy experiencing it.
Second, with your inhalations, you are learning how your breath can
teach you to accept something happening spontaneously within you.
You are learning to tune into the state of natural flow.
In fact, as you continue to explore this experience, you will
discover how the secrets of intuition are hidden within that flow.
Third, by paying attention to the thoughts, feelings and images
that come to mind, you are learning to tune into your intuition.
what experiencing intuition is all about:
paying attention to the flow of your inner experience.
From within yourself arise visions of understanding about the
mystery of breath. Soon you will find that from within yourself there will arise
flashes of insight about other aspects of life.
As you practice being mindful of your breath (and it’s
something you can practice almost anywhere at any time), these types of
images will become more familiar to you.
And they are instructive not only about the breath, but also about
intuition. In fact, these
feelings of being at one with the universe, of merging with that which
surrounds you, point you towards an explanation of why there can be such a
thing as intuition in the first place.
It has to do --
and we will explore this further later --
with the fact that you and the universe are connected in some way and
that, inside yourself, you can tap into understanding, wisdom, and
knowledge about the world outside yourself.
be surprised if you don’t
have these experiences the very first time you try following your breath.
But these experiences, or something similar, will come with
practice. So let’s
give you a chance to practice some more and talk about what the experience
is like. Go through the process again, and let’s
explore it more thoroughly. You’ll
soon see that each time, your breath has new things to teach you.
Your Breath Teaches
You Secrets of Intuition
is my heart that makes my songs...”
to practice being mindful of your breath and watching what comes to mind. You will learn how to both tune in and let go at the same
time. You learn that lesson
by relaxing control so that you can give the breath your attention without
the need to make it happen through any consciousness effort.
Let the exhalations teach you how to relax and let go. Let the inhalations teach you to trust and accept.
You are learning the secret of trust, trust in your breath and its
You are learning to trust and receive inspiration by tuning in,
letting go, and accepting what comes.
This exploration is important practice in discovering your
intuitive abilities. As you
become more accustomed to the idea that you can focus within, that you can
tune in and concentrate inside, while at the same time allowing things to
unfold naturally and spontaneously, you also are teaching yourself to be
Think about it: Tune
in, let go, accept intuition. Perhaps
you can see, or guess, that a formula is developing here.
When you wish to be intuitive, you need to turn inward to look for
your intuitions because that’s
the place from which they come. At the same time, you need to allow the flow of consciousness
to happen spontaneously and naturally.
doing in your practice with the breath.
As you practice and learn, enjoying the breath, remind yourself how
the breath can be a teacher, can guide you into relaxing and letting go,
can teach you about trust and acceptance.
As you practice with the breath, notice the small pauses between
the last of the air leaving your lungs and the next breath coming in. In that moment, you might wonder, where does the breath come
from? When will it happen?
Somewhere in that split second, the new breath is born.
that wonderful? Isn’t
it a magical moment? Enjoy
this gift of life that is creating and guiding your breathing.
happening in everyone who breathes. It’s
right here, right now, for you.
This practice with the breath can be a lot of fun and very
interesting to focus on the breath, to think about it’s
mystery and magic, to ask these kinds of questions and see what answers
your breath brings. The
breath has much in the way of wisdom to share with you.
going to describe for you two really interesting ideas to explore with the
help of your breath’s
wisdom and its ability to facilitate your intuition.
The Mystery of
looks outside, dreams. Who
looks inside, awakens.”
itself is a fun mystery to explore. Here’s
what I mean: As you practice
following your breath in trust and relaxation, let that word, inspiration,
float around in your mind. Let
your breath think about what the word means.
an interesting word because it means both the natural coming in of a
breath and the creative arrival of new ideas.
As the breath comes in by itself, meditate on the dual meaning of
Let your breath bring you an image of what it means to you.
Why do we use the same word for breathing that we use for having
creative ideas come to us? What does your intuition say?
When I ask people to report what comes to mind, some say they see
it as a light bulb turning on from the electricity that is flowing through
it, and that they, likewise, light up from an inspiration.
Inspiration, some say, is like being filled with ideas, like being
filled with air: It’s
exciting, invigorating, and when it happens, its a surprise, but it
happens all the time. Other
people tell me that an inspiration is something that comes into you from
outside, an idea that seems to come to you from out of nowhere.
One person imagined it was like the sunlight shining on a plant, on
all the plants, causing them to flower, each in their own way.
The common thread that runs through all the descriptions I hear is
that, although inspirations happen within us, they come to us from beyond,
on their own impulse, as if they are special gifts to us from afar,
planted within us.
Inspiration seems to comes from outside you, and yet it happens
within you. Do you realize
that, in both senses of the word, you are experiencing inspiration
constantly? Inspiration is so natural that you may not have recognized it
and appreciated it for the mystery and magic that it is. It’s
an idea you will meet again and again in your work with intuition.
a fun mystery and also something of a paradox, a contradiction. It can fill you with wonder and make you scratch your head at
the same time. How can
something come from outside or beyond us, and yet happen within us? You can scratch your head about it, or maybe meditate on your
breath, to come up with your own answer to this paradox.
something that is so natural and yet so mysterious and magic, so full of
potential for exploration. It’s
from beyond you, yet it happens within you.
Just like intuition?
Spirit in the Breath
feel my heart new open’d.”
William Shakespeare, King Henry the Eighth
second idea to explore in your meditation on the breath is spirit.
In my teaching, I ask people to continue following their breathing
with relaxation and acceptance, and to let their breath suggest to them
ideas about spirit. Simply
ask your breath how it is like spirit, and let the breath deliver its
inspirations. It doesn’t
matter if you don’t
think you know the answer, just see what your intuition says.
Although people puzzle over such deep questions, they are surprised
that they find answers arising suddenly from within themselves, coming to
them on their breath. Breath
has brought many creative answers to this question.
heard many fascinating, even poetic, “inspirations”
about the connection between breath and spirit.
Spirit, some tell me, is a life force that animates us, much as the
breath, as the air does. So
like the air, the wind, when the breath comes in, we are filled with
spirit. Like the wind, this spirit is invisible, but it still has the
power to bring life. And some
remind me that we all share the same air, the same spirit, because we are
filled with breath, a oneness that connects us to each other.
A few people report that they see a cloud in the sky in the shape
of a face, like a god, blowing air into them.
inspirations, their own intuitions, seem to be connected to ideas from our
deep history. The words
themselves, both inspiration and spirit, come from the Latin
word spiritus, which means breath, soul, life.
In practically every religious and spiritual tradition, in fact,
the breath is linked with spirit and with spirit’s
role as the source of all life.
The Polynesian model of health, for example, is expressed in the
Hawaiian greeting, “Aloha!”
This familiar word means “sharing
the sacred breath given us by the Creator,”
according to Paul Ka’ikena
Pearsall, Ph.D., author of “A
Healing Intimacy: The Power of Loving Connections.”
You, too, can follow the paths by which the soul of humanity has
placed on the breath an echo of the spirit.
As you continue to follow your breath, see what images and thoughts
come to you. You may make
some interesting discoveries of your own about spirit in the breath, and
these discoveries will help you to connect more fully with the spiritual
dimension of intuition and the development of your Intuitive Heart.
Inspirational Breathing to Improve Intuition
your ears to hear the sayings, Give your heart
to understand them...”
people this technique of following the breath is one of my favorite things
because, even before we’ve
gotten to working directly with intuition, we already have been given some
special gifts: The good
feelings of relaxation and learning to trust, and the ideas and
connections that come to us as we watch the breath.
As you practice more and more you, too, will find that your breath
has much to say to about that trust and those new ideas, and about new
ways of experiencing your life, of being in the world.
Best of all, these gifts can be yours almost any time. You don’t
need to set aside a special time to do this.
Practice whenever you like, when you’re
stressed or worried, relaxed or happy.
As you make it a practice to trust in inspiration, you’ll
find that your breath has much to say to you.
Riding along on the waves of the breath will come new ideas and
insights, new ways of looking at things, new ways of feeling, new ways of
expressing your life, new ways of being in the world.
Practice inspirational breathing, but practice it as relaxation and
as a pleasurable opening up, not as a mechanical exercise, or as work. The more you explore it, the more you will discover for
yourself, the more deeply you will be able to trust it, and the more
easily you will be able to move into the flow state that assists
In terms of the Intuitive Heart Discovery Process, following the
breath is the first step because it enables you to shift gears. If you are stumped by a problem, or if you need an answer but
are hindered by concern and worry, by fatigue and stress, by feelings of
alienation, by getting in your own way from trying too hard, learning to
make this shift can help you become more relaxed and serene.
begin to see that, as that happens, ideas will flow more easily, more
readily, more smoothly, and the quality of your ideas will change.
As you saw with following your breath, you may feel uncertain at
first, but over time that will change.
You will learn how to step back and let this shift happen
naturally, how to call on it when you need it, how to experience this
magical combination of paying attention inwardly and, at the same time,
releasing and being able to watch the flow.
Or as Edgar Cayce, who was capable of bringing from within himself
great knowledge and wisdom simply by relaxing and going inside himself,
once said, “Learn
how to watch yourself go by.”
As you enter the flow, you are well on your way to understanding
the secret of the Intuitive Heart, that something you have taken for
granted, such as your breath, actually carries with it mystery and magic. Yet, you’ve
been breathing all this time without thinking about it.
also find that you’ve
been intuitive all along without knowing it, and that you can be intuitive
intentionally, once you come to understand it and appreciate its secrets.
Trusting inspiration is a major accomplishment.
It is a milestone in your ability to learn to do intentionally
something you usually do naturally and unconsciously.
a lesson you probably didn’t
learn in kindergarten, but it is something you can learn now from within
yourself instead. With your
understanding, you can harvest such moments, bring them together into a
more focused, intentional awareness.
Each time you practice this mindfulness and acceptance of
learn a little more. Your
breath will bring to you ideas and notions that you’ll
be able to flesh out into your own intuitive messages, your own
understanding, of what it means to be in the flow and of your inner
There are a couple of ways you can practice this discovery process
with the flow of your breath. One
is to reread this chapter, using it as a guide through the experience of
the breath, a guide that will walk you through the various levels of
learning how to trust in inspiration, how those levels feel, the higher
wisdom they invoke. The
second is just to practice it on your own, allowing your breath to bring
whatever it will, to trust what comes.
Either way, your practice will carry you naturally to intuition’s
next lesson, the lesson of it’s
higher, symbolic, spiritual significance.
Now that you no longer are taking your breath -- and all that it brings -- for granted, you probably will realize that there is a lot for which to be grateful within a simple breath. I’m going to show you how to follow that gratitude and how to watch it carry you along to the next level of the Intuitive Heart.
*This material is adapted from the book by Henry Reed, The Intuitive Heart, available from Amazon.com