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Michelle A. Beltran

Michelle A. Beltran is a professional psychic medium, psychic instructor, and for many of her clients, an intuitive life coach. She is the owner and operator of Readings with Michelle, and a leading international authority specializing in psychic ability and functioning, spiritual counseling, controlled remote viewing and mediumship. She has studied extensively with the nation’s top psychic instructors at the nation’s top psychic training schools.

Her expanded intuitive gifts and insights are used to help individuals from all walks of life: entrepreneurs, thought leaders, therapists, professional athletes, CEOs, students, doctors,  ...See more >


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"... an extremely thorough beginners’ guide that asserts that being psychic simply begins with believing in one’s potential to be so."

Kirkus Reviews


AWARDS, PRESS & INTERESTS

Michelle Beltran is one of the few psychics sponsored by Shay Parker's Best American Psychics to be featured at the 67th Emmy Awards on September 20, 2015, 2015

Take the Leap: What It Really Means to Be Psychic, 2015

Just launched! Take the Leap: What It Really Means to Be Psychic, 2015

Voted a "Best and Most Trusted Psychic Medium" worldwide. , 2012

Favorite author Eckhart Tolle

Favorite book The Power of Now

Day job Psychic Medium, Author, Intuitive Life Coach

Favorite word My favorite word right now is 'ineffable.'

Unexpected skill or talent Former professional cyclist


BOOKS REVIEWED BY KIRKUS:

An introductory guidebook for aspiring psychics.

Debut author Beltran’s advice for readers is rooted in her thesis that psychic abilities are innate in everyone. She asserts that psychics are differentiated not by the fact that they have supernatural powers, but by the fact that they have the ability and choice to acknowledge them. She says that they can work “to expand their skills and develop those abilities that lie outside the realm of physical science or earthly understanding.” It’s a point that’s repeated abundantly throughout the text. Beltran explains that there are several different forms and levels of abilities such as clairvoyance and the rarer “clairgustance,” which “allows the gifted person to taste a substance associated with someone or something from the past, present or future.” She reiterates, though, that using such abilities is “simply a matter of training and intention.” She suggests that each reader can begin by identifying his or her particular “Sense-Ability.” This can be achieved, the author says, by increasing one’s mindfulness of input in the form of passing thoughts, dreams, or physical sensations. Alas, there’s no objective way given for readers to discern whether experiences such as hearing voices are psychic or not, but this book suggests that perhaps everything is a matter of perception. Beltran gives plenty of empowering advice, in the style of a self-help guide, on the benefits of tapping one’s full potential through the power of intuition. Additionally, she offers handy tips on psychic skills such as dream interpretation (including how to create a book of dream symbols), meditation, and naming one’s spirit guides. The result is an extremely thorough beginners’ guide that asserts that being psychic simply begins with believing in one’s potential to be so.

An open-armed introduction to the psychic world that will be best received by readers with open minds.

Take the Leap: What It Really Means to Be Psychic