Keats eloquently described autumn as the "season of mists and mellow fruitfulness". It's one of my favourite times of year. Here in the northern hemisphere the days are growing shorter and there's an invigorating crispness to the morning air. Of late, I've been spending a lot of time on the canals of Yorkshire and Lancashire. The scenery is simply stunning and there's something about nature this time of year that seems to beckon each of us to explore our own intuition and harvest the fruits it has to offer.
Earlier this year I embarked on a completely new path that has been so incredibly rewarding! I decided to develop a one-on-one training programme to teach people how to recognise their intuitive abilities and to take full advantage of this inner personal guidance system that each of us has - even though few of us call upon it consciously, at least.
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