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The Gift: Understand and Develop Your Psychic Abilities

Category: Book
Foreword By: Beattie, Melody
By (author): Bodine, Echo
Subject:  BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Parapsychology / ESP (Clairvoyance, Precognition, Telepathy)
  RELIGION / Spirituality
Publisher: New World Library
Published: January 2003
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 8.50in x 5.50in x 0.50in
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From The Publisher*For thirty-five years renowned teacher Echo Bodine has been using her psychic powers to help people heal and get more clarity about the important issues in their lives. Now she presents a clear guide to developing psychic abilities. In the first part of the book, What Does It Mean to be Psychic?" Echo shows us that being psychic is a gift of the spirit we all have. Then she helps dispel the fear many people carry about psychics. A lot of this fear comes from the Church, and it's based, as Echo puts it, on a profound misreading of the Bible. Echo says it best - with prose so simple and clear and inviting it's just like, as one reader put it, sitting down and having a cup of tea with Echo. "
From The Publisher*For 35 years, best-selling author and popular workshop leader Echo Bodine has been using her psychic powers to help people gain clarity and find healing. Now she presents an accessible guide to understanding and exploring one's own psychic abilities. The book begins by dispelling common myths about psychics and defining the four psychic gifts. It then discusses the implications of becoming a professional psychic and offers self-protection techniques. Readers also learn four basic exercises for accessing the "third eye."
From The Publisher*Explore your psychic abilities with the author of Echoes of the Soul. The veil between the worlds has thinned. As many seers have prophesized, we stand at the brink of a creative and spiritual revolution that includes the everyday use of psychic information. Without hesitation, I can tell you that Echo Bodine is one of the keepers of information for people crossing this threshold.-from the Foreword by Melodie Beattie, author of Codependent No More.