Author, Elly Molina, is an international mind power consultant, educator and visionary. Elly’s clients include former heads of state, celebrities, business professionals and seekers. Elly has appeared on FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, and in The New York Times. Elly is the author of Children Who Know How to Know (Black Opal Books), Annabelle and the Domino, and her latest release, a collaborative Amazon Bestseller, titled Dancing in The Unknown.
Elly holds a Master’s Degree in Linguistics from NYU and contributes to See Beyond Magazine, Meaningful Mom Magazine and Thriveglobal. She specializes in children’s intuitive development and is the founder of Psi-Kids (www.psi-kids.com)
Question: What is the title and genre of your book? Why did you select them?
Answer: Children Who Know How to Know is a nonfiction resource guide for parents, educators, and anyone interested in learning how to access, develop, and utilize their powerful intuitive and psychic abilities. I selected the title since I work with children and adults to help develop their intuitive abilities and thought it would be catchy since the book talks about children who know how to use their minds in a different manner than many of us.
Question: What inspired this book? How did it come about?
Answer: I’ve wanted to write a book like this since 1986, when I left my College Adjunct position and began teaching Middle School. Originally I wished to write an empowerment book for kids and title it “You can, too”. I accumulated a lot of data over the years yet didn’t write the manuscript. Then, in 2008, while teaching at a very unique school, where we taught children blindfolded archery, telepathy, telekinesis, remote viewing, I witnessed seriously remarkable phenomena. Being psychic myself, I went on to co-found another private Magic School, where once again the results were mind boggling. I wanted to reach a much larger audience, so I put all the stories and activities that I have used successfully over the years into a How to Book.
We all possess psychic abilities. We are all intuitive. Some of us, like myself, are more psychic than others. I wanted to teach this skill to others. What I learned is that it takes emotional intelligence, self-awareness, control, mindfulness, along with self-discipline to practice this, and being able to navigate life intuitively makes life a lot easier.
Question: Can you tell us about some of your other published work?
Answer: In 2011, I wrote an illustrated children’s book titled, Annabelle and the Domino. The story, although fiction, is based on a true account of a little girl who moved a domino with her mind (telekinesis). It inspired all the other children and adults so much that everyone began practicing daily and I felt called to share the story to inspire and empower the child in all of us. I wrote a chapter of my journey from
to New York in a collaborated
book title, Dancing in the Unknown. I really love that book. It’s filled with
incredible true stories of people who overcame fear to go on and create
something remarkable Washington State
Question: What are you working on now?
Answer: I’m writing a YA fiction. My character is a young boy who is a hero and on the hero’s journey. It’s set in
, in the mountains
that border on Washington State Mount Rainier. It’s such a beautiful area. It has
inspired me, and is a state that feeds
my soul. Washington
Question: What made you start writing?
Answer: When I was in 5th grade, my elementary teacher hung my story on the bulletin board. My name wasn’t immediately visible. My mom went towards the story and began reading. When she finished, she stopped and gasped, “You wrote this?” The teacher shared with my mom she felt I was gifted when it came to writing and encouraged me to continue. I’ve wanted to write since then. I haven’t been the most courageous in this area of my life.
Question: What advice would you offer to those who are currently writing?
Answer: Just write! Don’t focus on how you’re going to publish and who your editor or publisher will be. Just write. Pay attention to your audience. Get writing tips. Learn technique. There are fabulous resources available, and believe in yourself.
Question: Where and when will readers be able to obtain your books?
Answer: Children Who Know How to Know is available wherever books are sold. Annabelle and the Domino is only on Amazon or through my website @www.ellymolina.com and Dancing in the Unknown is available everywhere as well.
Questions or comments for Elly are welcome!