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Helen’s Appearance on Abema TV Japan
In July 2016 I was invited to tape a segment for a Japanese television program, during which I was to surprise the series star who was visiting Honolulu with a psychic reading. The event was arranged by local event coordinator Fumiko Sato through Sedona Hawaii and business owner Malia Johnson, for whom I have workedContinue reading “Helen’s Appearance on Abema TV Japan”
Complete Webinar: The Art of Applied Intuition
Helen explores the source of intuition and its role in business, with an emphasis on collaborative consciousness.
Noetic Leadership: The Art of Applied Intuition
Helen will be a guest at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) on Friday, 20 August 2021. The subject is business applications of intuition. Here’s the link to get more information about this free webinar:
The Replicability Problem
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 KJV In the mainstream scientific community we rely on rigor and proof to showcase the material world. In the noetic scientific community we rely on rigor and proof to showcase the nonmaterial world. By noetic, I mean qualitiesContinue reading “The Replicability Problem”
My Teacher Was a Cottontail Rabbit
I was literally propelled from the chair where I had been sitting. NOW!!! Release Teacher now! I jumped up, took Sam the cat’s kennel, stuffed it full of goodies and water, and took this tiny creature outside on a hill near the house.
A Dog’s Intuition
Chaco decided he’d teach me a thing or two about his mastery of intuition, and my equally impressive lack of it from a dog’s perspective.
Quick-Style Vision Board
Management and self-help seminars often use a process with senior executives and managers called creating a “vision board.” This is a way to discover deeper and often hidden wishes without relying so heavily on logic. Once completed, the vision board can actually jump start change in team participation and enhance the long-term success of theContinue reading “Quick-Style Vision Board”
How I Came to Focus on Business Intuition
People routinely ask me what in the world I mean by the term “business intuition” and how I came to get involved in its application to everyday business matters. Here is an audio interview conducted with me by my colleague Kip Eddy in 2002, some ten years after I began to work in this field.Continue reading “How I Came to Focus on Business Intuition”
Are We There Yet? On the Record in October 2001
March 2020 I posted an intuitive insight on the 19th of October, 2001, going “On the Record,” about certain global events, then followed with an update in early 2015. Somehow both statements seem as relevant today as they did almost nineteen years ago, immediately following the collapse of the World Trade Towers in New York.Continue reading “Are We There Yet? On the Record in October 2001”
My Big Toe
I returned from a most extraordinary trip to the East Coast only to discover that all that walking around had damaged my right big toe. It was blue purple, bleeding, swollen, looking as if the nail would pop right off at the slightest touch. We walked a lot in New York City, but I hadContinue reading “My Big Toe”
The Importance of Surprise and Trust in the Intuitive Process
Surprise is the single most important clue that you have stumbled into the realm of the intuitive. Often what doesn’t make any rational sense right now makes a whole lot of sense in the larger scheme of things, but you won’t be able to know for sure until later. In the meantime, you have toContinue reading “The Importance of Surprise and Trust in the Intuitive Process”
Reliability and Intuitive Information
The sun comes up and the sun goes down and we trust it. Even when the scientists tell us that the sunlight we are seeing today was sent out from our past, is not even today’s sun, and we cannot even be certain that the sun has not already become extinct in real time…it justContinue reading “Reliability and Intuitive Information”
A Dog’s Intuition
It All Started With Separation Anxiety When Chaco the dog’s first human became ill and subsequently died, he began to show signs of severe separation anxiety. He would bark scratch, jump up and down, hide so I couldn’t tuck him away and leave him behind, lick his paws until they bled, and eventually try toContinue reading “A Dog’s Intuition”
The Intuitive Edge in Dreams
I have always been big on dreams, and for decades kept a dream journal beside my bed. In the early days I thought of dreams as a psychological aid, as many thoughtful college students do who major in the social sciences. But then I began to notice various patterns to my dreams. I realized thatContinue reading “The Intuitive Edge in Dreams”
Intuition and Time
From the perspective of intuition, past, present, and future are equidistant in terms of our capacity to retrieve information. All possibilities, all probabilities, stem from and are shaped by this particular moment in time. Current perception always rules, or what some call the “moment point.” There are many intuitives who dare not venture into theContinue reading “Intuition and Time”