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Robyn M Fritz commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Do Our Animals Reincarnate?'
"Where are we with the articles previously submitted? Thanks. I don't know how to find out schedules."
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Robyn M Fritz commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Do Our Animals Reincarnate?'
"Thank you!"
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Omtimes Media commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Do Our Animals Reincarnate?'
" Hi Robyn, thank you for your submission, your articles will be published on  both editions on July A and July B"
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Robyn M Fritz commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Understanding the Five Stages of Dying'
"This is intended as a column and not as a regular article. I believe it is correct as it stands. I am speaking to the reader here. Liane and I talked about this. Thanks."
Mar 18
Omtimes Media commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Understanding the Five Stages of Dying'
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Leigh Burton commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Understanding the Five Stages of Dying'
"I like what you have here. In your five points, specifically, although also in a few other places, you have the writing pointing to the reader and not in third person. If you could change that, I would be happy to send it to publishing. I don't…"
Mar 17
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LIVING INTUITIVELY: Creating a Culture that Acknowledges Death

By Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt Abstract: Our culture fears death, which makes its inevitability harder and adds to the trauma suffered by the dying and their surviving loved ones. A solution is to create a culture that acknowledges death by establishing rituals and customs that recognize and honor a life cycle that begins at birth and continues into death and the afterlife.While death frequently takes us by surprise, creating a culture that acknowledges its inevitability offers mind, body, and…See More
Mar 17
Leigh Burton commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Creating a Culture that Acknowledges Death'
"Sending to publishing. Well done."
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Omtimes Media commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'LIVING INTUITIVELY: Being Practical and Present as Intuitives'
"Hi Robyn, thank you for your submission,  I assigned this article to May A publication."
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Robyn M Fritz commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'Living Intuitively: The Key to Intuition'
"Thank you, Leigh."
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A blog post by Robyn M Fritz was featured

Living Intuitively: The Key to Intuition

By Robyn M FritzAbstract: Because we often think intuition is only for the “gifted,” not everyday people like “us,” we miss out on what it can add to our personal and business lives. Intuition is a practical skill we can all tap first by looking at how energy works.Many people are curious about intuition, others are skeptical about it, still more think it’s a gift reserved for a select bunch—that doesn’t include them. No wonder so many people are just not using their intuition. Or at least they…See More
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Leigh Burton commented on Robyn M Fritz's blog post 'Living Intuitively: The Key to Intuition'
"Well done. Love it. I will be sending this to the publisher."
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Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt is a tested and certified intuitive and spiritual consultant and past life regression specialist with an international practice based in Seattle, Washington. An OM Times Expert and award-winning author, teacher, and speaker, she hosts “The Practical Intuitive: Mind Body Spirit for the Real World” each Monday at 2 pm PST/5 EST on OM Times Radio.
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Robyn M Fritz's Articles

LIVING INTUITIVELY: Do Our Animals Reincarnate?

Posted on April 2, 2019 at 4:56pm 3 Comments

Animal Reincarnation and Families (Part 2)      

By Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt

Abstract: These days people consider their animals to be family members, which deepens the human-animal bond and raises mind, body, spirit issues in their multi-species families, including what happens to animals when they die. Do animals have souls? Do they reincarnate? Part 1 of a two-part series explores the concept of soul groups, animal souls, and the…

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LIVING INTUITIVELY: Do Our Animals Reincarnate?

Posted on April 2, 2019 at 4:55pm 0 Comments

Do Animals Have Souls—and Afterlives? (Part 1)

By Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt

Abstract: These days people consider their animals to be family members, which deepens the human-animal bond and raises mind, body, spirit issues in their multi-species families, including what happens to animals when they die. Do animals have souls? Do they reincarnate? Part 1 of a two-part series explores the concept of soul groups, animal souls, and the afterlife.…

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LIVING INTUITIVELY: Creating a Culture that Acknowledges Death

Posted on March 4, 2019 at 3:48pm 1 Comment

By Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt



Abstract: Our culture fears death, which makes its inevitability harder and adds to the trauma suffered by the dying and their surviving loved ones. A solution is to create a culture that acknowledges death by establishing rituals and customs that recognize and honor a life cycle that begins at birth and continues into death and the afterlife.

While death frequently takes us by surprise, creating a culture that acknowledges its…

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LIVING INTUITIVELY: Understanding the Five Stages of Dying

Posted on March 4, 2019 at 3:00pm 3 Comments



By Robyn M Fritz MA MBA CHt

Abstract: We all know that death will ultimately claim us and our loved ones. Yet in modern times we’ve removed ourselves from the process, so neither we nor our dying beloveds understand how our bodies and souls separate in death. Here I’ll explore the five stages of dying by relating them to ancient mystical traditions that connected our lives with the planet’s through the five elements of earth, water, fire, air, and spirit.

While we…

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