Seeing the Spirit Spectrum


| October 25, 2002


Seeing the Spirit Spectrum, Tessa Allison, Klipsun
Journalist Tessa Allison has the kinks of her aura smoothed out at the Church of Divine Man. She discovered the CDM when she opted to visit the Psychic Healing Fair one Sunday. In Western Washington University's magazine, Klipsun, Allison describes how the CDM combines the psychic and religious worlds to create a new kind of spirituality. 'CDM promotes using the 'natural intuition' in every person by developing their psychic and clairvoyant abilities through meditation,' Allison writes, 'Once these skills [of Clairvoyance] are developed, people can become even closer in their relationships with God.' In addition, CDM's PR rep tells Allison that CDM studies the teachings of Jesus while promoting spiritual freedom.
--Sara V. Buckwitz
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