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Channeling: The Intuitive Connection

Kautz, William H., & Branon, Melanie

 The authors define channeling as "a mental process in which an individual (the channel), partially or totally sets aside waking consciousness" so that "knowledge that lies beyond conscious awareness can then flow freely into the mind and be conveyed through speaking or writing to others" (pp. 2-3). In this book the authors discuss how channels can provide practical guidance as well as be psychotherapeutic and foster personal growth. They also describe what individuals seeking assistance can do to benefit most from the assistance provided by channels. A chapter is devoted to advice on how to communicate with one's own intuitive source. In a chapter entitled "Catalyst for Widespread Change," practical benefits of intuition are described and two methods of collective intuition, "intuitive consensus" and "group attunement, are set forth. These methods illustrate the team approach that is beginning to "affect problem solving and decision making in today's society" (p. 124). The book closes with a compilation of forecasts made by the channel Kevin Ryerson, and "A Directory of Channels."
Publisher Information:San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1987. 179p. Bibl: 177-178; Chap. notes: 173-175; 1 fig
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