Looking for a good psychic development course in NYC? Laura Day, the world class intuitive trusted by some of the most successful financial planners, Fortune 500 companies and celebrities alike is offering a 2 day course for increasing intuition and honing, refining and growing practical psychic abilities for real life practice.
We recently shared an article from Fortune Magazine that featured some of her abilities as it pertains to high dollar NYC investment houses, and many of our NYC readers may want to check out the course in November, as it’s a rare opportunity to work with someone who really DOES have documented credentials for using her intuition to assist practical people in real life (and high pressure) situations.
Curious but not yet convinced? Check out more about the training at the link below.
Laura Day, intuitive and New York Times bestselling author, is holding her annual Intuition Boot Camp, a two-day certificate training and intuition immersion program taking place November 7th & 8th in New York City.
“The best way to train intuition is to use it as your primary information gathering/sending technique over a concentrated period of time,” said Day. “In this intensive weekend students will have deep immersion in intuition as both a reasoning and predictive skill and then learn to apply it in their own personal and professional lives.”
During Day’s two-day intensive, participants give and receive readings and acquire the basic training to do readings for themselves and others. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course. Day’s books “How to Rule the World from Your Couch” and “The Circle” will be used as “textbooks” for BOOT CAMP attendees.
Newsweek magazine called Day the “$10,000-a-Month Psychic,” adding, “When business people need a crystal ball, they turn to consultant Laura Day, the ‘intuitionist.’” Day has brought her skills to the worlds of medicine, film, publishing, and technology, and has been featured on Oprah, CNN, 20/20, Good Morning America, and many other broadcasting and journalism venues.
For more information, visit: PracticalIntuition.com.