7 Signs You Might Be Psychic

  1. You know a person’s mood the moment they walk into a room.
  2. Strangers are drawn to tell you their problems.
  3. You “just have a feeling” that you should change your route to the store, only to learn that you avoided a serious accident.
  4. You hear the phone ringing and usually know who’s calling.
  5. When you meet someone’s child or pet for the first time, people often remark, “Wow, he really likes you – he isn’t usually good with strangers.”
  6. You have lucid dreams about people who are no longer alive.
  7. Friends and family members often joke, “You must be psychic!”

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About Leigh Hopkins

Leigh Hopkins is an experienced educator, speaker, and seminar leader. Before founding Viva Institute, she worked in public policy and education reform for more than 20 years. From 2010-2013 Leigh was the chef at “Instituto Viva,” Viva Institute’s raw-vegan retreat center in Brazil.

Among her career highlights, Leigh was vice president for a social policy think tank, running literacy programs in underserved communities across the country. She worked as a policymaker, a grant writer, a raw-vegan chef, a reading specialist, an elementary school teacher, a creative writing teacher, an intuitive coach, an accompanist, an ice cream scooper, and a swimming instructor. To learn more about Leigh, visit her blog at www.leighopkins.com.

Leigh Hopkins received her Bachelors in Elementary Education and Music and a Masters in K-12 Reading Education. She has a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University and is a certified Usui Reiki Master.

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