Keep Your Skepticism about Intuitives

The inimical broadcast journalist, Jen Weigel, is at it again, creating pathways for exploring past lives, ghost communication, intuition, and stories off the beaten path - and doing it with humor and courage through her second book I'm Spiritual Dammit. 

1951:  Willy Loman, played by American actor Fredric March, is visited by the ghost of his dead brother Ben, played by Royal Beal, in a scene from the film version of Arthur Miller's play 'Death of a Salesman', directed by Laszlo Benedek.  (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

She really holds her own in this incredible interview on Chicago Tonight.  Look at the last entry on the right column under September 21st for I'm Spiritual Dammit!
Jen, as she remarks in this interview, is one of the journalists who is interested in helping people know what to do to avoid the scams, fraud and inauthentic faction of this $9 Billion industry. I echo her message: Listen to yourself, your heart and your body. You can tune in and know whether something is good for you or not. 
Trust yourself and don't give your power to someone you think knows better than you. If it doesn't feel right, it's not for you - maybe it will be right for you tomorrow, or next year, or not through this person. Keep your skepticism and walk in the direction that resonates "yes" or truth for you.

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