It's an interesting book.There are 6 topics that have to be practiced 1 each week . . . Amazon.com review.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 18, 2013
One of the top films at movie theaters this summer is “The Conjuring” featuring psychic medium Lorraine Warren. This hit movie has been frightening audiences everywhere. Anyone who watched shows like Paranormal State, Ghost Haunters, Long Island Medium, John Edward, Psychic Detectives and The Dead Files see that psychic mediums play a pivotal role solving some of the cases. A fantastic clairvoyant or medium can connect with those who have passed over. Many people left the theatre wondering if they can develop psychic powers on the level of Lorraine Warren.
Bookstores have seen an increase in book sells from people wanting to learn how to develop their psychic abilities. In the book, "How to Discover and Expand Your Psychic Powers in 6 Weeks" students explore six (6) disciplines that will start them on a journey to discovering if they have what it takes to be a psychic medium. Everybody has psychic abilities, but some skills are more developed or easier to develop than others.
Students don’t have to be religious or a spiritually expressive person at all to discover hidden psychic abilities, because we all have them. It doesn’t matter who you are or who you are not. Developing psychic powers is all about connecting with the higher self.
The course is very simple. There are six (6) psychic disciplines. Students work on a different discipline each week. The first week’s lesson is the introduction and about seeing auras; second week meditation and visualization; third week focal points and pendulum; fourth week psychometry and finding lost objects; fifth week telepathy and ESP and the sixth and final week is the dreams come true workshop. The book does not guarantee you will become a psychic medium on the level of Lorraine Warren over night. Each person develops at different levels.
For a limited time, you can buy the digital version for .99 cents at the below digital bookstores.