Wednesday, December 1, 2010
There are many ways to become more intuitive.  By the time the incident occured at the airport in 2005, I had participated in many clearing workshops, both space and personal.  Using a pendulum and going inside I learned to tap into information about people and space that was so amazing that I often thought it was my imagination.  How could I possibly know these things? 

On the day of the incident my Tulsa flight was cancelled do to engine problems.  The airline was rescheduling all of us.  This meant standing in long lines...you know the drill.  There was a young woman standing behind me and I asked her if she knew what was going on.  She didn't look like she felt well and was frustrated about the change in plans.  I asked her if she was OK and she told me that she was just having some 'female' problems and only wanted to get on the plane home to Denver. 

I asked her if she would hold my place while I ran to the restroom.  While in the restroom I had a strong premonition that this lovely young woman should not get on another plane.  When I returned I told her that I knew she was anxious to get home, but I felt that she should call whomever brought her to the airport and go to an ER to get checked out.  I explained to her that sometimes I just knew things and gave her my business card.  She listened to my advice (I didn't mean to scare her!) and shortly after that left the airport. 

A week later when I returned from my trip there was a message on my answering machine.  The woman, Beth, was thanking me because as it turns out a cyst on one of her ovaries had burst.  Surgery was needed immediately.  If it had not been for my knowing, things could have turned out much worse. 

Lucky for me, I still stay in touch with this lovely young woman who took my advice.  How cool is that? 

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