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About Patrick Kilhenny

Patrick Kilhenny

Using This In His Earlier Years
Patrick is a former Nuclear Engineer who learned to fine tune his intuitive skills to make it practical in his own life and to help others. From his childhood years, he noticed his intuitive sense was important. As a teenager, he almost skied off an Alpine cliff in Austria one year on vacation.

It was snowing and he went off by himself from the marked ski area. He was going fast for the poor visibility, and heard from within, “Stop!”. “What was that”, he thought, as he pulled to a halt. Then he began to slowly move forward. He found in front of him a steep cliff he almost went off.

Not Paying Heed To The Inner Insights
He had other experiences that got him to wondering about this. But, he then went through college and advanced education. He learned to analyze and think a great deal (about the outer information). It was about going by the intellectual side with all the logic and reasoning in the world of science and engineering.

This was important in the practical world, but he later found that balancing the inner insights with the intellect worked best. This is what created a truly inner directed and fulfilling existence. As Einstein had said, “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift; the rational mind a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift!”

Inner Sense To Reconnect
During most of his 20’s, he did not seem to have much of a sense for what he really needed to be doing in his life. He later realized this sense of a purpose and clear direction came from his inner or psychic senses. He had stopped paying much attention to the little inklings, or he would think about it (too much), procrastinate, and not follow up on the key insights.

He was doing well in the outer sense. He lived in Hawaii and had a good career and active social life. He was fairly content, but he wondered if something was missing? "Was there more to it all"? he would ask himself.

Going To These Meetings (Like Today’s Meetups)
This inner inquisitiveness led him to attend Psychic Development Meetings in his later 20’s. He soon realized that he had stopped using the most important part of him, his inner sensitivity or psychic ability (whatever a person called it). He had been going too much with the thinking and all the outer facts (from everyone else).

It had become too much about what he had learned and all the outer information. This was important in his work, and in the everyday world. It had, however, caused him to think he did not have the time, or not to pay attention to his inner senses.

It became clear to him that this his true wisdom came from his inner insights. This gave him a sense of what he was really all about and needed to be doing in his life. He was a busy person, but he was doing it more for everyone else, and his outer world. He did not take time for his real inner self.

Following the Inner Senses Vs. Too Much From The Outer World
Despite a successful career and a considerable investment in time, education, and money, he sensed that he needed to move on. Patrick’s fiends said he was crazy. He went into sales and the more people oriented types of work. He later realized this was to bring him back into balance, his thinking side and his inner intuitive feelings side.

The techniques and IPM practice techniques sessions he attended, were a key to helping him make this a habit of noticing the inner insights. Patrick found he could use his intellect to understand what his true inner feelings were telling him and how to make this practical.

This eventually led him to have successful businesses from Hawaii to New York. He also spent time over the last 25 years traveling and leading psychic development meetings, workshops and consulting with many others. These were people who were also looking to bring out their inner psychic sense and make it practical in their lives. He found the best way to learn something was to share it. First helping with these practice technique sessions (that he started in himself) and later leading a variety of programs and consulting.

Patrick has been interviewed on a number of occasions on Radio, TV and in Newspapers to share how anyone can do this for themselves. They could “be their own best psychic”. During the last three years, he has worked with associates to establish over thirty Psychic Development Chapters in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Europe, and across the U.S.

Inner Direction and Security vs. Outer Influences
With all the outer pressures and stress in the modern world, what a difference this makes when a person knows they are receiving clear answers and assistance. It is not vague, or something hoped for. They know, from their experience, that it is real and meaningful in their own lives.

They are able to use their inner sense to work for them (i.e. know the best solutions), instead of against them (i.e. picking up the negativity, confusion, and stress). This often gives a sense of inner security and peace when a person has this clear inner connection. It certainly has worked for Patrick.

Table of Contents

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Inner Peace Movement® Program April 9, 2010 2:26 PM Joan D.
About Patrick Kilhenny April 29, 2010 9:31 AM Joan D.
About NYC Psychic Development Meetup October 2, 2012 6:14 PM Joan D.

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