Tag Archives: Intuition

Solve your body’s mystery symptoms

I’m hosting The Shift Network’s second annual Intuitive Medicine Summit, a free online event from July 25-29, 2022. I love hosting these summits because I get to talk to some of the most interesting people on earth about ways that we can participate in our own healing, and not just rely on someone else to “fix” us. 

For example, this year I talked with Marie Manuchehri about accessing help from the “other side” to solve health issues, and Dr. Keesha Ewers about the link between childhood trauma, intuitive abilities, and adult illness. I also spoke with Dr. Titus Chiu about vagus nerve activation to unlock your intuition, creativity and healing.

I also hosted a panel discussion with the founders of the National Organization for Medical Intuition (NOMI) Wendie Colter, Dr. Tiffany Barsotti, Cay Randall-May, Dr. Maria Gentile and Elizabeth Thorson about their dedication to the advancement of professional Medical Intuition and their vision of a world where medical intuitive practitioners are accepted in clinical healthcare as well as in private practice. 

Tina Zion shares wisdom about tapping into your own intuitive abilities to help yourself and others, and Dayna Macy offers helpful advice about listening to your body’s signals with regard to overeating and which foods will best serve its optimum functioning. Masami Covey talks with me about burnout and compassion fatigue and how these don’t have to be viewed as negatives … they may actually be our intuition trying to tell us something!

Anyone who has been frustrated with undiagnosed symptoms or who may be struggling to work within the sometimes counterintuitive mainstream medical field will find valuable information here. 

The best thing about Shift Network summits is that they are free to watch online during the week they air. Each session replays, free, for 48 hours after its airtime. The only cost is if you choose to purchase the upgrade package to add the recordings and special bonuses to your digital library. There’s so much more I could tell you, but I think you’d be better served to see for yourself. Register here for the FREE Intuitive Medicine Summit and check out the power-packed lineup of speakers. You’ll be glad you did.

Evidential mediumship: what qualifies as proof?

Why would anyone believe a psychic medium when they say they’re communicating with our dead loved ones? They better have some proof, right?

Right. Well, here’s some proof, with a bit of background first, so the “proof” makes sense.

I’m a program host at The Shift Network where I co-produce three annual summits (Ancestral Healing Summit, Intuitive Medicine Summit and Beyond the Veil Summit). I interview a lot of interesting people. One of them is Suzanne Giesemann, a well-know and highly respected evidential psychic medium.

Suzanne wasn’t always a medium. In fact, she’s a former U.S. Navy Commander who served as a commanding officer and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on 9/11. In other words, she’s about as no-nonsense as it gets and she insists on evidence from the “other side” that they are who they say they are.

Last year, when Suzanne and I were in the pre-interview Zoom greenroom doing mic and lighting checks for the Beyond the Veil Summit 2020, one of the lights on my set flashed briefly. This is a well-made, sturdy lamp, which never shorts out, but here it was blinking while I was chatting with a psychic medium. I said to Suzanne, “Well, that’s odd. That lamp never flashes. I wonder if that’s a sign that someone is trying to connect.”

Suzanne cocked her head and said, after a moment, “I’m hearing ‘Mom’.”

Well, shut my mouth and call me corn pone. That lamp used to belong to Mom, before she died. There’s no way Suzanne would have known that.

The lamp behind me used to belong to my mom. After she died, it became a part of my Shift Network set.

She then delivered some uplifting massages from Mom that gave me goosebumps of recognition, messages so personal that I came “this close” to responding like those people you see on TV shows who burst into tears when a psychic medium hits upon a deep truth. I understand now that they react like that because the information literally resonates with them so powerfully that it makes them twang with emotion. No way the information is fake.

Suzanne added one final message from Mom: in order to prove that this was really a message from her, I should watch for owls over the next couple days. That’s my sign. Whenever I see an owl, it’s Mom’s reminder that the message Suzanne delivered came from her.

I live in an area where there aren’t any live owls, so I knew I’d have to be content with seeing coincidental photos, bumper stickers, ads … the usual inanimate signs. At first, I saw owls everywhere, especially online, and was pretty tickled by this until my doubting mind figured it’s gotta be algorithms — my device obviously heard us talking about owls and now I’m seeing them everywhere online. I needed non-digital proof.

I went for a walk in my neighborhood the next day. As I walked, I wondered, was it really Mom? She and I weren’t on the best of terms when she passed so it was hard to believe she’d deliver such a kind and encouraging message. Maybe Suzanne was just tapping into something I needed to hear, without knowing the context or why.

So I said, out loud, “Mom, if this is really you, show me an owl before I get home.” I knew it was a challenge and didn’t really expect to see an owl. Right then and there, I froze in my tracks when I “heard” a nudge to look at the roof of the house across the street from me. There I saw an owl perched next to a vent pipe (it was a decoy, installed to scare critters away from the pipe).

I burst out laughing and offered a round of applause, right there on the sidewalk, not caring if anyone wondered why I was laughing and clapping. What are the odds that I would just happen to look up at that time? Boy, talk about validation! Then I took out my camera and snapped a picture, like ya do. (Pictures, or it didn’t happen.)

If you watch my interview with Suzanne during this year’s summit (her session airs on Monday, October 11 at 10:00 AM Pacific time) you can hear us talking more in depth about this synchronistic owl sighting.

I told her what occurred last year and Suzanne explained that Mom didn’t just nudge me to look up when I happened to be walking by an owl. Mom first put the question in my head to ask her for a sign — as I “happened” to be walking by an owl — and then gave me the nudge to look up.

In fact, she probably nudged me to turn down that exact street where I would find an owl.

But wait! There’s more!

Just this morning, weeks after recording this year’s Summit interview with Suzanne, I went for another walk. On my way home, I was bummed to realize that I wasn’t walking down the same street as Mom’s owl and I wouldn’t see it today.

As I was in the middle of this thought, I got a nudge to look across the street at the roofs and saw this on a completely different house. Yes, it’s another decoy owl.

That’s not the only undeniable message Mom managed to get through to me during this summit (she’s really getting the hang of this after-life communication thing!). Next time I’ll tell you about my interview with Anne Pryor who created a “soul painting”, live, during our session and the amazing message that came through as she painted.

The Beyond the Veil Summit is a free online event that airs during the week of October 11-15. Each session repeats for 48 hours, so if you can’t watch it during its airtime, you can catch it for two more days. The only cost is if you choose to purchase the summit recordings (and extra bonuses) for your digital library.

See you there!

Lisa Bonnice is an award-winning, best-selling author whose “day job” is as a Program Host at The Shift Network, where she hosts summits on ancestral healing, life after death, and intuition and medicine.

Her current passion-project is a series of metaphysical comedy novels. The first is entitled The Poppet Master (previously published as Be Careful What You Witch For!, now revamped and with a new ending). The Poppet Master is a modern-day fairy tale about Lola Garnett, a bored housewife and office drone who wakes up with unexpected psychic abilities, and no instruction manual, and Twink, the reluctant, sarcastic faery assigned to assist and educate her. The Poppet Master is available wherever books are sold. Its sequel is in the works.

Lisa is also writing The Maxwell Curse, a fictionalized version of a story she found in her own ancestral lineage about a witch trial, a generational curse, and massive mine explosion, all of which left ripples of destruction in their wake, devastating one family’s tree.


Meet your spirit guides and angels …

angelI took a class on spirit guides and angels recently at Vision Quest bookstore, in Phoenix, taught by one of their in-house psychics, Sonya Lee. I’ve been into metaphysics and psychic/intuitive arts my whole life, but I’ve never been able to connect with my own guides or angels. So I thought I’d check out this class.

When asked to introduce ourselves, I told the class that I have no problem believing that spirit guides or angels exist. But for some reason, aloneI find it hard to believe that I have them or that, if I do, I can connect with them. This is, no doubt, why I have a hard time connecting–I know that. Even so, I feel very alone.

But what to do about it?

Sonya, a friendly, down-to-earth instructor, was able to help me with that. After explaining the various kinds of angels and guides, she led the class through a meditation to meet one of our own guides. I had an interesting Sonyaexperience with the meditation, but what really helped me was to just watch Sonya as she connected with her own guides.

I noticed that, from time to time, she’d stop talking and laugh as her own guides would say something funny–which she would then share with us. I recognized what she was doing. I, too, have similar experiences. A voice, not my own (and not the mental illness type of disembodied voice), will answer a question that I’m stewing on or chime in with a punchline or two.

For me, it usually happens in the shower. I get my best ideas in the shower. I’ll be thinking about something when BLAMMO … an idea pops into my head and floods me so quickly that I pray that I’ll remember it Ang-angels-8307005-480-460all until I can rinse off and get to a pen and paper.

I’ve noticed that I can access this voice when I’m in a certain frame of mind–relaxed, curious, and relatively Zen. I can’t hear my own guidance if I’m tense, angry or impatient. And this is exactly what Sonya suggested in her class. It was a wonderful validation that I was already doing what I was trying to learn to do.

Regarding her psychic abilities, I had a reading with Sonya, too, and she was right on the money. She nailed several issues and offered excellent advice, which is working beautifully. She is available at Vision Quest in person at 3114 East Indian School Road, in Phoenix, or via phone at 480-949-1888.

Lisa Bonnice is the author of five books, including Shape Shifting–reclaiming YOUR perfect body (with a foreword by Neale Donald Walsch) and the comedy novel, Be Careful What You Witch For!

Psychic Dreams

My most recent blog, about our planned trip to Blackpool, England, has indirectly caused me to realize that this trip will be the fulfillment of a longtime series of very specific recurring dreams. I’ve been dreaming about Blackpool for years, but didn’t recognize it!

I used to dream about Florida, long before Jeff and I ever thought of moving there, and once we arrived I was able to recognize scenes from various dreams as they were happening in real life. It’s so weird to have them come true like that, when I didn’t even know what they are showing me. I remember a Florida dream about a garden near a swimming pool, with statues and spiritual symbols in it. It turned out to be a serenity garden in which Jeff and I got married.

laserium control console

The control panel in my dream looked a lot like this one. Image Source: http://www.patrickmccray.com/2015/01/

The first psychic dream that I can remember coming true took place in approximately 1989. I had a bizarre dream that took place in a darkened room, where there was a big, black control panel and weird geometrical shapes of light in the air. Because I had never seen anything like it before, it was kind of scary and I thought I was nuts. Why on earth would I be dreaming about something so alien?

Then in the mid 90s I started working for Laserium and my boss was Ivan Dryer, the pioneer in the laser concert industry, who performed the very first laser show at Griffith Observatory in the 70s (you can read all about it by clicking the link under the photo of the control panel). Ivan asked the laserist in the studio to give me a demonstration of what they do. It didn’t take long for me to  recognized the laserist’s control panel and the geometrical light shapes in the air!

I’ve also dreamed a lot about New York City and somewhere in Great Britain. The New York dreams are coming much more frequently lately, and I have a feeling I’ll be there before the end of the year. For what reason, I do not know.

The exciting thing to me, now, is the dreams of the UK because a puzzle piece has just fallen into place. The dreams never told me exactly where they occurred. I have just been shown that someday I’d be there, near the water, and Ireland entered into it somehow.

But get this. In most of the dreams about the UK, I always saw something unrecognizable embedded into the ground, like tiles or patterns in concrete. Weird dreams. These tiles were set into a circular pad of cement. I could always sense waves nearby and I knew that Ireland was related somehow. I’ve never been able to pinpoint what the dreams were about, but they definitely included this water’s-edge, weird-patterned tilework.

Comedy Carpet viewed from the top of the tower - Picture of Comedy Carpet, Blackpool

This photo of Comedy Carpet is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Well, I’ve just discovered where in England those seaside tiles are–in a town I’ve only recently heard of, Blackpool. In my research about the town, in an effort to manifest this trip, I just happened to stumble upon this photo.

The tiles (which aren’t really tiles, it is a concrete and granite installation which features catchphrases and jokes by more than 1,000 comedians and writers)  are called the Comedy Carpet.  (More irony: Jeff and I met when we were both professional standup comedians.) You can see the circular cement pad, and the waves crashing onto the shore. And, Blackpool is on the Irish Sea.

I am blown away to finally learn where in England I’ve been dreaming about for so very many years, and that I was unintentionally planning a trip there! Wow!!!

Oddly, the Comedy Carpet wasn’t installed yet when the movie Blackpool (the inspiration for this trip, starring David Tennant–the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who, Sarah Parish and David Morrissey) was filmed, so I wasn’t aware that there was a connection to my dream tiles when I saw the movie and began to plan this trip. In fact, I’d been having dreams about the “tiles” for many years before they existed.

I wasn’t even thinking about these dreams when I started to plan our trip to Blackpool recently. In fact, I had completely forgotten about the dreams until I saw photos of the Comedy Carpet. I can’t help thinking that there is a much bigger purpose behind this trip than Jeff and I just having a fun lark-about abroad. I can’t wait to find out what it is!