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Kathryn Harwig

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Kathryn Harwig is an internationally known author and speaker who has written five books. She appears regularly on television and radio and hosts a monthly intuitive forum in the Minneapolis area. She is a former attorney who now dedicates her life to spreading messages of joy and hope. Contact Kathryn at www.harwig.com.

Time to Imagine

I am writing this on the eve of the 2008 elections, knowing that by the time this article is read, the elections will be...

All Who Wander are Not Lost

A number of years ago I bought a T-shirt embroidered with the words "All who wander are not lost." I am not all that...

Fear is a Mind Killer

Maybe all children are fearful. I don't know. I just remember, as a little girl, being terrified a lot. Mostly, I was afraid of three...

The Light Collective

I chuckle, sometimes, when I think that I channel. Until the day the Light Collective introduced themselves to me, I was one of those...

The Why is less important than the How

One of the most important skills all intuitives should master is that of asking a good question. Many people are incredibly sloppy when they...

Honoring the Violet Generation: the Unexpected Psychics

During the twenty years or more that I have been a professional psychic and medium, I have had hundreds of men and women visit...

Growing Our Strengths

I recently read a quote that has stuck with me. In the wonderful little book, I Will Not Die an Unlived Life, Dawna Markova...

Living the Mysteries

I have just returned from Greece, where we had a marvelous time touring the country and visiting many sacred and ancient sites. We were...

Rules for the Journey

In a few days I will be leaving on a trip to Greece. I am leading a mystical journey with a group of 27 spiritual...

Intuitive Discipline

Discipline isn't a word often associated with intuitive work. Generally, I think, people think of psychics as being spontaneous, perhaps a little airy/faery, but...

Courage is an Acquired Taste

"Courage is an acquired taste, like caviar." - Erica JongThe first time someone told me I was courageous, I laughed out loud. I was...

Culture Shock: The Impartial Observer

I am writing this two days before I leave on a three-week trip through Central America. We will spend the holidays in Guatemala and...

The Power to Be

One of my favorite songs is KT Tunstall's "Suddenly I See." KT sings of a woman who "holds you captivated in her power." She...

Musings on the Solstice

Like a lot of people, I suffer a little from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Before I had heard of that diagnosis, I just thought...

First, Do No Harm

Editor's note: This column is an excerpt from the author's new book, Palm Visions.I have given intuitive readings for most of my life. For...

The Minnesota Miracle

Many people have asked me if I intuitively knew or felt anything about the collapse of the 35W bridge prior to its happening. The...

We’re Traveling to Meet Our Challenges

Recently I heard someone say, "The last place you want to be is in a first class seat heading where you don't want to...