I became aware of my psychic medium intuitive gifts nearly six years ago, but didn’t dive into my practice right away. After all, I still had my corporate job and wasn’t ready to announce in a boardroom, “You ain’t gonna believe what’s happened to me!” So, for about a year (until the last Fortune 500 gig in Kentucky ended), I dabbled on the side with my abilities. Here are a few moments from those early days:
A Tale of Two Cities – While having dinner with a company intern, he expressed that his wife and he were interested in staying in Louisville after his term was over. I replied, “Well, if it’s not Louisville, it’ll be Portland, Oregon.”
His jaw dropped. “Wow! Portland’s the other place we’re thinking about!”
Bunny Hop – During a phone conversation with a friend who’d recently relocated to Los Angeles, I received a sketchy mental vision of a nudie centerfold. So, I asked, “Why would I be seeing what looks like something out of Playboy?” She had no answer. But, two days later, my friend called with a bulletin: she’d received an invitation to a party at Hugh Hefner’s famous mansion!
Hit and Run – While having manhattans one evening, I told a colleague, with whom I’d shared my psychic news, that I had an intuitive vision of a man running to him and hitting him on the shoulder, followed by my friend bolting away. I also added that the scenario didn’t feel violent. He thought for a moment and replied, “Oh!I know what that is! I’m still trying to decide if I want to be in a 13-mile tag relay race for charity next weekend! The other guys who’d be on my team were asking me today for an answer!”
In The Swim of Things – Early on, I also received insights for myself. While meditating behind closed office doors during lunch, I was mentally shown the Olympic rings and a person diving into a pool! I pushed away my turkey sandwich and asked aloud, “Greg Louganis? Am I going to meet Greg Louganis?” I’ve since met the Olympic gold medal winner three times.
It was after my first encounter with Louganis that I decided to dive into my new career.
Love and light,