What kind of intuitive are you?

Greetings!  As many of you know, it is my belief that we are all intuitive, and that it can be accessed and used everyday like a muscle that just needs practice to get strong.  So, my question to you is what kind of intuitive are you? Here is a little test to find out.  Download the pages (there are 5) and send me your results.  I’ll let you know what it means to be that kind of psychic.  Please be aware that this is just for fun & we all can develop different aspects of all of the 4 levels:  … Continue reading

Focusing you intentions exerpt

My point is: do not make earning money more important than making art. Money will come to you – as you stop worrying about it, you allow it to flow right to you. Any amount of money you get paid for your piece is less that it’s worth, so it’s you who is making a favor, because you have been given a gift and are generous enough to share it….Making a goal of money is a completely wrong idea! Your goals should be around having a better life, and money is only one of the ways of getting a better … Continue reading

How to Set Intentions Recording

Thank you to everyone who participated & listened in on the tel-conference call last night on how to use & set Intentions. In case you missed it or want to hear it again, pop me a note & I’ll send it to you. It is too big to just post on WP. cristy@practicalintuitive.com Let me know if I can clarify anything or be of service. With Grace & Ease, C Cristy Nix ~ Intuitive/Artist Practical Intuitive ~ Jewelry Artist 512.461.7019 stoneblessings.com practicalintuitive.com

Being Happy

Hi All, This is my 3 year in my life cycles (christinedelorey.c0m to find yours) which is all about being happy with myself, relationships, everything that makes me “me”.  My Dad sent me this today, So I thought I would share this Interesting article on how to be happy. Yes, being rich does make you happy—so does being in a good marriage and being healthy. But that’s where common sense ends. A large body of happiness research has revealed some surprising findings about what makes people happy, in their personal lives and on the job. • Little events, not big … Continue reading