On this podcast we’re talking about the art of intuition and more with someone our founder and Editor in Chief Tamara Rappa has known for a while. Deganit Nuur is a world renowned spiritual teacher, clairvoyant intuitive, acupuncturist, writer and speaker. Since they first met, Deganit has been named one of the Top 15 Intuitives Worldwide by Goop, and has been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America, Forbes, and The New York Times. She works with a lot of thought leaders and celebrities, and over the years we've admired her drive and her mission, as she’s gone from practicing to teaching thousands. Her mission? Be Light. An Iranian-Jewish immigrant who landed in Fresno, California, Deganit experienced a traumatic upbringing and was surrounded by visible domestic violence. On this podcast she shares her creative response and heart warming role to those around her when she was a child, and she believes that world peace starts with inner peace. We talk about her love of teaching and her love of writing. She has a book in the works, and we discuss how her work with countless broken adults has propelled her to teach children, in which she finds inspiration and hope for our future. We discuss the custom curriculum she created with her Nuurvana Method Of Clairvoyant Healing, and she explains something called “psychic tv”. Deganit wants people to understand that change is the only constant, and that everything is impermanent. Tamara can attest to Deganit’s powerful gift, but whether you believe in psychic ability or not, there is much to learn about cultivating your own intuition, and more, from this incredibly special healer who loves and values community, and believes with all of her mind, body, and soul—-that we’re all in this together.
“Writing is my favorite. The sessions are my muse, the students are my muse. All the writing that I do is based on things that I experienced---not just specific to me but patterns or themes that I've witnessed at least a dozen times.” - Deganit Nuur
“When you are surrounded by really amazing people who do what they say they are going to do, it helps you trust in others more. Trust in humanity.” - Deganit Nuur