Everyone has some type of psychic ability, but the skills that come easily for some may be more challenging for others. However, no matter where you are on the psychic spectrum, The Natural Psychic will help you develop and refine your natural talents.Read more...
Everyone has some type of psychic ability, but the skills that come easily for some may be more challenging for others. However, no matter where you are on the psychic spectrum, The Natural Psychic will help you develop and refine your natural talents.
Renowned author Ellen Dugan is your personal guide, helping you to build your psychic repertoire. With humor, easy-to-follow instructions, and no-nonsense advice, this engaging book offers lively lessons on:
- The Three P's:
- The Five C's:
- Group Readings
- Ghost Hunters
- Ouija Boards
- Psychic Training
- Psychic Hangovers and First Aid
- Psychic Attacks
- Psychic Self-Defense
- Repairing the Aura
- Crystals for Psychic Work
Psychic ability is accessible to everyone regardless of spiritual or religious belief. The Natural Psychic is a down-to-earth, straight-up guide that will help you use psychic abilities to enrich your life and expand your world.
- ISBN-13: 9780738743356
- ISBN-10: 0738743356
- Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
- Publish Date: June 2015
- Page Count: 216
- Dimensions: 8.92 x 5.93 x 0.32 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.75 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-05-11
- Reviewer: Staff
Best known for her writings on witchcraft, here Dugan (Natural Witchery) takes a “non-denominational approach to psychic development,” framing it as a skill that requires practical application for success. Her style alternates between bland introductory seminar and humorous coffeeshop chat with an old-timer from the psychic circuit. The beginner’s portion of the book describes the types of psychic experiences—premonition, precognition, and postcognition—and the ways different psychics naturally receive information via abilities such as claircognizance, clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, or clairtangency. Dugan covers mediumship, which she believes is an innate ability only some people have, for the budding professional, teaching how to do a reading for individuals or groups, handle otherworldly presences, and use tarot cards. Dugan returns to self-knowledge and self-care with a short training section that recommends engaging with the world and journaling, and discusses methods for psychic self-defense and auric maintenance. Readers who like the feel of Dugan’s spellbooks may also enjoy her take on being receptive to the universe, but those looking for a practical program will find this too vague to be useful. (June)