Intuition and the BrainwithNancy du Tertre

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Nancy du Tertre, JD, is a corporate lawyer specializing in securities litigation. She is also a psychic detective, spiritual medium, medical intuitive, and remote viewer. She is author of Psychic Intuition: Everything You Wanted to Ask But Were Afraid to Know. She has also written How to Talk to an Alien. In addition she is certified in the Intuitive Gestalt Dialogue Method.

Here she describes how the brain fundamentally functions as a filter screening out a barrage of incoming information from every sense. She endeavors to examine psychic ability in terms of neuroscience, linguistics, and psychology. She claims that psychic information need not be considered supernatural. It is simply data. To receive intuitive information, “you try to free your mind from your mind.” Rational thought, while valuable, can be the antithesis of psychic intuitive functioning. Emotions can also interfere with psychic functioning. She points out that she was not born a psychic, but in middle age, developed these abilities by engaging in a series of training programs. She maintains out that young children are naturally psychic, but typically lose this ability by about the age of seven.

(Recorded November 17, 2015)

Published on November 24, 2015

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