First, Whitley talks about his new book, Jesus: A New Vision which is now available as a Kindle, then and two really wild Out There stories we have recently posted, then we move on to a memorable interview with  intuition expert Kim Chestney. In these tumultuous times, we need more than ever to be able to trust our intuition. But what do we do when it turns out to be wrong? Give up on it?Keep trying?

Kim Chestney has developed an entirely new vision of intuition, and here she tells us what she has learned. There are some powerful secrets explored and revealed in this unusual interview. Kim’s understanding of intuition starts with understanding what it is not: 1. It is not “following your heart.” 2. It is not conscience. 3. It is not unreliable. 4. It is like instinct, but it is not that.

In this interview, she explains her experiences of intuition and, above all, how to know what it is, how to activate it and how to use it.

You can learn more about Kim’s work on her website, To get Radical Intuition, click here.


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  1. This is such an exciting, and informative palate cleanser for the relentless barrage of bad news we’ve been subjected to. It gave me a hopeful feeling for this coming year. Thank you so much for that.

    I have experienced moments when a guardian angel has been present. They have happened so frequently (also, while driving) that they are beyond mere coincidence. And having this faith in being looked after has allowed me to follow my intuition more fearlessly. It lets me trust the path even when I can’t see the next step.

    I was also introduced to Mala beads by a friend this year, and they have brought me the same flashes of “I should do this” that long walks have allowed the space for.

    When the two of you talked about acceptance of sudden physical limitations, it immediately threw me back to 2014’s interview with Robbie Holz on “The Secrets of Aboriginal Healing.” It’s one of the things I love so much about this site, and your consistently great “Dreamland” episodes: I have heard and read enough now that I am becoming conscious of the throughlines of truth that weave all of these seemingly unrelated talks together. You’re lifting the curtain, and giving us a glimpse of the real world behind it.

    And, really, if I think all the way back to the first time I saw “Communion” in a book store as a kid, your thoughts, and writings, have guided me nearly my entire life (I’m 43 now).

    We’re very lucky to have you. Thank you again, and I hope we all have an enlightening 2021.

  2. Haven’t listened yet, but I want to say thanks for all that you do Whitley. You are a prolific human. Really loved your interview on skeptiko, one of the best I’ve heard with you. Keep on sharing the best content around. -Andrew

  3. Whitley, yes! I absolutely loved every second of this Dreamland. Thank you 🙏🙏 for your important work! I’ve been following you since Cat Magic, and your work has informed my curiosity and hunger to understand all the unseen aspects of the universe. Delicious!
    Are you familiar with the consciousness work of Dr. Sue Morter or Medium Suzanne Giesseman? It was through Suzanne that I learned of the invention of the soul phone, which is a remarkable device to assist the living in connecting with our loved ones on the other side. We regular civilians aren’t as lucky as you to purposefully tap into our “deceased’s” essence as you can. 😇 Dr. Sue’s work connects people to embody our souls, and gives tools to help us live from our intuition and higher knowing.
    This was a fantastic interview! I love the way you are willing to share your relevant, extraordinary experiences and ask smart, and yes, intuitive questions. Keep being you, Whitley. There was a reason your guardian Angel intervened on that road. We need your curiosity, your soulful searching, and the illumination you bring.

  4. Whitley, we are indeed very fortunate to have you in our lives. I know I am!

  5. If Ralph Jordan said, “You can’t attract anything to you that’s not already in you,” then that means all 65 million in the Germany of 1932 already wanted Hitler (only 14M voted for him that year), all 146 million Russians wanted Putin in 2018, with merely 56M votes for him, all 330 million in the U.S. in 2016 wanted Trump, and then suddenly all 330M Americans in 2020 suddenly wanted Biden. I AM FEARSOMELY CONFOUNDED BY SUCH ILLOGIC.

    1. I know what you mean bit think you’ve over simplified it a bit. A part of me will always want to eat a Big Mac and fries but it doesn’t mean I will do so, because it’s just a small voice inside of me. In the same way that the people who never eat healthy food, have a small voice inside of them always saying not to eat another deep fried meal. I think she’s talking about a build up of intent over time.

    2. It does not mean that 100 percent wanted Hitler. The Jungian concept of the shadow and how it manifests in literal gollums of itself might help you. The shadow is fed by the powerful subterranean forces of suppressed and repressed emotional energy in the collective unconscious so in other words, rage and fear, resulting from feeling powerless, wanting to be safe, taken care of and protected by “strong daddy rescuer” even if he is a fascist and a bully, and a dictator wannabe, overloads and certainly overrides what the peaceful navel gazers are putting out there. Unless we are at least as equally devoted, all in, emotionally speaking, about peace and dedicated to taking personal responsibility for our lives instead of playing the victim, the shadow will keep manifesting in an unbalanced way.

  6. the law of attraction removes your agency and makes you sit around praying for success. the serial killer elliot rodger tried it with the lottery.

  7. Thank you Whitley and Kim Chestney for this interview. (For me) this interview reflects a timely reminder of who we are as a species and what humankind can achieve.

    I did a Kindle download on Sunday for ‘Jesus: A New Vision’ and am looking forward to a great read.

    Whitley, while listening to this interview and while you are describing the damage to your right eye, I had this thought cross my mind, (THE EYE OF RA). I have heard you to talk about Ancient Egypt so know you have an interest there. Thinking there might be some sort of message coming to you from Ra or Horus???

    “The Eye of Ra was a valued symbol in the ancient Egyptian culture. Some scholars believe the Eye of Ra was originally Horus’ right eye, a representation of the sun. Over time, the Egyptians came to associate it with Ra, the sun god, and called it the Eye of Ra.”

    “Horus was the ancient Egyptian sky god who was usually depicted as a falcon, most likely a lanner or peregrine falcon.[8] His right eye was associated with the sun god, Ra. The eye symbol represents the marking around the eye of the falcon, including the “teardrop” marking sometimes found below the eye. The mirror image, or left eye, sometimes represented the moon and the god Djehuti (Thoth).[9]”

  8. I agree. People need to realize that anger is a toxin, not something to be cultivated. They need to be educated or educate themselves on the neurological and physical process of the “fight or flight” cycle, which is a primitive program in the body that controls the mind. The rage comes from fear initially. It is a reaction to a perceived threat, real or imagined. If it is a “real” threat, there are many solutions to be found besides “fight” but that primitive reaction takes over and short circuits the frontal lobe, problem solving part of our brains. SO MANY people have capitalized BIG on this mindless primitive malware in humanity, stoking those fires of fear and rage and making a killing while short circuiting higher reasoning cognitive functions in the brain. It’s unfortunate because it works against survival of the species actually. Darwin was misquoted and quoted out of context; it is actually cooperation that helps a species survive.

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    I think that your observations are so important. Anger is something to be borne, not something to nourish.

  10. One of the best dialogs in a long time. This woman is a humble and real human being and is therefore a very worthy teacher. This woman is connected to the ‘heart space’ as opposed to being a talking ego of mental constructions. Humanity must transcend the dominance of the mind and return the mind to the position of a servant to loving relationship and interconnectedness through intuition.

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