In the first half, founder of Moonview Sanctuary, spiritual psychologist Dr. Laurie Ann Levin, discussed how people are reacting to the new year, 2012, and offered tools that can be used to tap into one's own sources of intuition and guidance. When people get stuck in their own patterns, or in a mental loop, they should take a moment, and ask themselves how they can look at the issue in a new way, she said. Such activities as walking in nature, journaling/automatic writing, taking a bath, humor, and personal interactions can all be paths to development and advancement, she continued.
To combat turmoil and doom & gloom, we have to get out of our own way, said Levin. There are "huge beautiful horizons ahead" but we've got to face change and transformation, which can involve a "deconstruct moment where you're in the nothingness." She recommended a meditation practice done early in the morning, or before you go to sleep at night, where you can use your "sleepfulness" to help you reach a more tranquil/still state. One can ask for guidance from spiritual beings in this state, using the words "for my highest good, only of love and light...what do you want to tell me that I wouldn't know to ask?" Levin announced that she is working on a book of information she channeled from a 16th century Rabbi, Isaac Luria, who was considered the father of modern Kabbalah.
In the second half, author & psychotherapist, Dr. Laurie Nadel, discussed the "sixth sense" or intuition, as well as shamanism, and prophecies about 2012. "Our sixth sense is a natural mental ability," one of several types of human intelligence that can be developed with training, such as learning to play a musical instrument, she noted. Among those who excel in this ability, the "intuitive geniuses," are many of our CEOs, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and scientists, she detailed. Interestingly, the sixth sense has been identified as one of the Top Six Mega-Trends, according to a new report by the Georgia Institute of Technology, she announced.
4-5 years ago, there was a group of Tibetan monks who came out with a group of predictions that seem to correlate with the Hopi, Mayans, and even the Book of Revelation, Nadel shared. They said we'd be living in increasingly turbulent times, with man-made and natural catastrophes, and social upheaval. Yet during these disasters, "advanced or divine beings" would begin to appear among us, and perform miracles, some of which would be televised, she continued. Nadel also talked about her recently completed stage play, Solar Katrina, which takes place in New York City after solar storms have knocked out all forms of digital communication.