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HELPING CHILDREN WITH THEIR SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCES

By Linda Cull • December 17th, 2021

Research shows that childhood spiritual moments are commonplace. Children are more receptive than adults to the subtleties of the non-material world which surrounds them. They are more accepting of spiritual communication and paranormal phenomena, until they are taught to fear, disregard, or suppress their experiences. A thoughtful and compassionate adult, be it a parent, relative, teacher, or doctor, may play a vital role in the life of a child whoRead more…

THE GREAT SPIRITUAL AWAKENING

By Linda Cull • January 15th, 2021

A spiritual awakening is a great big event in the life of an experiencer. Huge! Earth-shattering. Life-altering in fact. The experience of awakening is a quickening of consciousness. Life accelerates. One’s perceptions accelerate. Your abilities accelerate. Your sense of meaning accelerates. It is a massive leap forward in having an awareness of your spiritual nature, your potential, and greater purpose. A spiritual awakening is the beginning of your great blossomingRead more…

LADY OF LIGHT: YOUR INTUITION CAN SAVE YOU FROM HARM

By Linda Cull • August 18th, 2017

Have you ever had the feeling that someone or something is just not good for you? By all appearances, things are ok. The person may present well, and others may think he or she is great, but you just can’t shake the feeling that something’s not quite right. Truth is, you may be picking up on what is really going on with them, beneath the surface, and your energy isRead more…

THE NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE IS MORE THAN THE TERM SUGGESTS

By Linda Cull • November 18th, 2016

It has been estimated that in the last fifty years, some 25 million people have had a near-death experience (NDE). You may have heard of the term, coined in 1975 by Dr. Raymond Moody in his NDE classic Life After Life. I have a lot of admiration for Dr. Moody and the research he and other NDE experts have done since then, but the term is not all-encompassing. I’d heardRead more…