BTS pics of DC Productions shoot in magical Sedona 🏜✨
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My friend Dina... Reposted from @dinaenergyhealer What is an intuitive reading - part 1
All people are able to receive and process information that is neither visual, audible, somatosensory, olfactory or otherwise related to our five senses. We do this through a sense commonly described as “intuition”. An intuitive reading is a process through which a person receives information in a way that involves more than the regular five senses. The person then converts this information into another form - one that does involves the five senses, for example, writes it down or speaks it.
This information generally pertains to self, another person or animal or a situation.
Everyone has access to this information and everyone is able to receive this information. That is to say that everyone has the capability to be an intuitive reader. In fact, each of us receives information in an intuitive way daily, we are just so used to it that we can’t tell it apart from all the other noise.
The difference between an experienced professional intuitive reader and a novice is that a professional knows the source of the information and is able to convey it in a way that is free of personal biases, judgements, fears and opinions.
Stay tuned for: Where does the intuitive information come from, how I do intuitive readings, why one would want to get a reading and more. #psychicreading#energyhealing#intuitivereading#spirit#sedona -
The first morning of our Sedona Trip we picked up @savannah.angela and we hiked up to Devil’s Bridge. Luckily the hike was only 1 mile long because I remember having zero sleep that night. But it was all worth it as we started our day with this breathtaking view.
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Special thanks to Dr. Catriona McAra for her brilliant lecture last night at our 31 Women Artists Exhibition! You can see the exhibit for just a few more days in Uptown Sedona. We’ll post her talk in its entirety soon! Learn more at SedonaArtsCenter.org
If you live for the weekend, good news, we are so close. Happy Friday!
Thanks to the Wickarts for a great time last weekend, and showing us just how small the world can be if you just get your pilot’s license, buy a plane and oh that’s pretty much it. 😬 @christinawickart
The sunset from the top of Cathedral Rock is a truly special experience—the red rocks glowing in the end-of-day light, a cool breeze moving through the valley, and the stars slowly winking into place as the sky deepens above you. Lucky to have been there, even just once #discoverflightz
Our first time in Sedona. We all came down with a cold so sadly we didn’t get a chance to explore much. A family that gets sick together stays together? 🤷🏻♀️ Will definitely have to go back. .
Frozen spring discharge, suggesting an important role for frost wedging in the mechanical weathering processes that are slowly destroying the beautiful oxidized soft sedimentary rocks at the Bell Rock Energy Vortex in Sedona, Arizona.
Literally slid down the mountain on our butts in the pitch black night after taking this photo, guided only by the light of the moon... just because @kay_bacon and I could NOT tear ourselves away from this sunset. 🌄
Our clothes and skin may have been caked in red dust for days thereafter, but that’s a small price to pay for a sunset on Mars.
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If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose🧡
This is one of my favorite quotes. How many of you have figured out your purpose in this life? What is the purpose of life?🤔
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Photo of the Day: Agaves! 😍
. 📷 Featured Artist: @toddframephotography
Visit their page for more information and photos. . 🔹