Recgonizing Your Personal Oracles with Ann Bolinger-McQuade

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Join us as we speak with Ann about recognizing your Personal Oracles in daily life. Friday Nov 20 @ 11 PM EST! Since 1999, Ann Bolinger-McQuade has been writing about and teaching people how to recognize and connect with their personal oracles. Her perspective of our holographic world as alive, nurturing & filled with personal oracles is deeply seeded in her Native American ancestry. As Ann describes, a “personal oracle” is a spiritual signpost that guides and often comforts us & in so doing, reveals our interconnected web of life. A personal oracle could be a boulder in the shape of a tortoise that reminds us to slow down or a relevant song on the radio that signals the exact time of a friend’s death. It might even be the familiar sensation of someone staring, but from the clouds, where we notice the image of deceased loved one, signaling that the soul does not die. When we tune in to these types of subtle messages from Spirit, we discover that these spirit signposts speak to us through every form imaginable. Her articles about personal oracles have appeared in such publications as Sedona Journal, Aquarius Magazine and Awareness Magazine. Ann was one of 12 authors and spiritual practitioners chosen by clairvoyant Robert Romano to take part in a television pilot series currently under consideration with BBC. She also contributes a monthly column about personal oracles to Big Blend Magazine, http://bit.ly/4aKryT. Her book, Cloud-Speak: Oracles in the Sky: Tuning-in to Personal Oracles is pending publication. Ann’s interactive website, http://www.oraclesinthesky.com introduces personal oracles and offers tools for tuning in to these mysterious messages that reveal themselves in every form imaginable. The unique design of the WHAT DO YOU SEE section offers cloud images and a way to draw around what you see. Each gazer can also click on to view the stored image of what someone else saw, or browse through archives of cloud images to their heart’s delight.

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