Take the Leap: What It Really Means to Be Psychic


It’s possible for any individual to make the conscious decision to develop, rekindle, or magnify the powers of their intuitive voice—their psychic mind.

If you find yourself moved by a strong suspicion that there is more to life than what can be seen or easily explained, then this book is for you. If you find yourself with an overwhelming desire to explore what lies outside the realm of physical science or earthly understanding, this book will inform you. If you want to know what abilities function outside the domain of natural laws, this book will enlighten you.

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Why Take the Leap?

This book was written to discuss what it means to be psychic. The path to the supernatural world of the psychic begins by expanding and fine-tuning intuition, and then paying close attention to both the seen and unseen world that surrounds us.
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Our mind is not simply a function of our bodies like an arm or a leg– it’s a powerful tool with which we can access universal truths and expand our understanding of our inner selves.

about the author

Michelle A. Beltran is a psychic medium, author, and intuitive life coach. She’s become a leading international authority in the spirituality arena, specializing i n psychic functioning, spiritual counseling, and mediumship. Michelle is the owner of Readings with Michelle, LLC.

What Readers are Saying

On Take the Leap: Excellent! I read almost non-stop within a few hours. I liked that it shared more detail about things I had very little knowledge–such as remote viewing or distant sensing. Also, this book made me realize things about myself…how I impact people with my gifts.

- Subrena Stanley

“Michelle’s book should be a must-read for all students beginning the spiritual path.”

- Dr. Angela Thompson Smith, Ph.D.

“An introductory guidebook for aspiring psychics … 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 …”

- Kirkus Reviews