How Play Enhances Psychic Abilities

Jamie channels Maitland to discuss the benefits play and laughter can have on developing your intuition.


10 comments to How Play Enhances Psychic Abilities

  1. gretamtb at 11:42 am

    Always good. Thanks Maitland and Jaimie. Lots of points Iโ€™m going to put out there and grow with. ?

  2. ttottx at 12:05 am

    Please keep hands and feet inside the vehicle at all times. Tray in the upright position. Seatbelts on!

    And Maitland didn’t see the Sound of Music when alive ๐Ÿ˜›

    Jamie!!! Give Maitland pigtails!!! ๐Ÿ˜›

    I play all day. My motto is, “If you’re not having fun you’re doing it wrong!”

    Knowledge… oh come on… NO HOOPS!!! If I can think it, it should happen ๐Ÿ˜›

    “butting heads”

    Techniques… NO HOOPS! Make it hap’n cap’n!

  3. madimihalcea at 7:03 am

    What a packed talk! ? I blocked 30 min in my calendar to watch this video and I needed 50 min; I stopped several times and got back because I lost her. ๐Ÿ˜€

    The suggestions for heady and empathic people are helpful to me. Thank you, Maitland, for the combination of knowledge and laughter you bring each time.

    The part about Maria was really touching <3

    The first part of the video was really surprising for me because just a few days ago I was wondering what Maitland or Grace would say about music and its effects on human beings. It started with "why do we have art on Earth?" then went on with: How did music come into the human consciousness? Was there a reason actually? How come we are so touched by music? Is there a "setting" we, humans, have?… If anyone on the team finds joy in answering these questions, I would love to hear them.

    But on what Maitland said in this video about music, I would have a follow-up question: Does music touch us differently when we use headphones than when we let the sound fill the room? If yes, how?

    This video was quite stimulating for me, as you see. :))

    Thank you all for the support in manifesting this show! โ™ก


    • Jamie Butler at 9:30 am

      This is great! I love the questions you have. We are putting them on the channeling topic list now!
      I also really enjoyed hearing that you needed more time to watch the video:) When I watch these things, I pause 1,000 times just to get the time to connect with what is being said lol. Keep the suggestions coming. We love hearing from you.

    • ttottx at 5:56 pm

      Madi, I had the same problem too of having to pause, rewind and start over. Some of it was from outside interference like my cats ๐Ÿ˜› It took over an hour to see the vid ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. ladyastral67 at 1:36 pm

    Thank you Maitland and Jamie! Laughter and music have been my saving grace throughout my life. They are both my go-to items when times are rough, or emotions need processing, or just to feel good. And I LOVE to share it with others!

    I find it is such a blessing when you call someone you haven’t spoken to in years and all you do is start to giggle or laugh on the phone without saying who is calling and THEY KNOW WHO IT IS! And then as the call is done, they say they feel so much better for hearing from you.

    Laughter heals, no doubt about it! A cut down version of a story… When one of my birth father’s Nam buddies flew out to meet me and my mom in Vegas, we met up at a restaurant. He had carried SO much guilt for having survived the war as Sydney (my birth father) had insisted on taking his place on a mission to save a group of guys stuck out in the jungle. That was the mission in which he was KIA a month after my birth. Well at this meet up, upon first meeting me, he was so sad and yet smiled at me saying how much I look like Syd. He, his wife, my mom, and myself sat at the table and talked for a few hours. During the conversation though, someone said something rather funny and I burst out laughing….. loud and full on. I looked across the table and he was laughing but had tears rolling down his face. He paused and said to me” dear God! I have not heard that laugh in 30 years!”

    I completely agree with Maitland about how important play, laughter, and music are to using our abilities. I would not be doing the work of service I do now if I had not had those three to keep me trucking on through this life and loving the WOOWOO that is so TRUE TRUE hehehehehee!

  5. blowuptulip at 12:34 pm

    I love this topic and it makes so much sense. I had been doing a bit of research prior to this, on where does inspiration come from and how to best tap into it. I even wrote a bit about it in my blog.
    Prince was of course a master at playing, tapping in and creating. He was highly intuitive to the point where he was freaking out his friends and making them wonder if he was telepathic as well, which I am sure he would have loved and played on too. He had a wicked sense of humour! There are a number of artists who are simply playing (their music, writing songs, creating art etc), only to find out in hindsight the message they have created is a far bigger one than they initially set out to achieve. They have in effect been channeling! Awesome stuff! Thank you so much Jamie, Maitland and LSN team. Sending you big big love.
    x Jose

  6. jannauary at 8:43 pm

    Well Maitland, I’M very amused! Love the West Side Story reference. One of my all time favorites. I often wake with a song in my head. I think Nick puts them there. ๐Ÿ˜‰ This is all wonderful. Get out of survival mode, live and trust. Get out of survival mode, live and trust…laugh, play, and push that stuff down! Thank you!

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