Anam Cara – Your Soul Friend

Get a free psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comCeltic spiritual tradition teaches that the soul shines all around the body, giving you a luminous glow. When you are open and make a connection with another person it is said that the “two souls flow together.” This deep connection with another spiritual being is called the anam cara. It means you have connected with your soul friend.

Your soul friend is a special person who brings light into your life and shows you total acceptance and friendship. In Celtic spirituality, when you discover your anam cara, this special friendship awakens your soul. Somehow you are now connected in a very old and ethereal union that knows no boundaries. Love flows and you awaken spiritually and emotionally.

In all the world, there is no heart for me like yours. In all the world, there is no love for you like mine ~ Maya Angelou

Connecting with another soul is not always easy. We often have difficulty simply connecting with ourselves, which makes  connecting with another soul truly challenging. But with age comes wisdom and we get to appreciate ourselves in a way our younger self never could. It becomes easier as we mature.

So, do you have to wait until your are middle-aged to connect with yourself and your anam cara? If you are in your 90s, is it too late? No to both. You are never too young or too old to meet and connect with your anam cara.

A great way to help you connect with yourself and others is through meditation. Meditation eliminates the outer noise and helps you to become quiet within. It helps you to connect with you. If you are not able to connect with yourself, how can you connect with another human being? It makes it difficult to say the least. Connecting with yourself has a ripple effect and impacts the world and all around you in a very positive way.

What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined for life … to strengthen each other … to be at one with each other in silent unspeakable memories ~ George Eliot

Meditation can appear imitating and difficult to do. Your mind is always racing, how can you possibly be quiet? You can with practice. Even if you do find it difficult to become quiet inside and shut out the outside world, the time that you spent trying is very relaxing. A great way to begin is to mediate for only three minutes a day. Take that time for you, make it special. You can slowly increase your time as you become more and more comfortable.

I love to use mantras when I meditate. It gives you a focus and also works on the emotional and physiological level. A great mantra to start with is “Sat Nam.” Say it over and over again, either out loud or silently. If you find your mind wandering, just bring it back. “Sat Nam” means your true self, your true identity. The Irish believe when you find your anam cara, you have arrived at that most sacred place; you discover peace within and a joyous life.

About The Author: Nancy is a Canadian native and Indigo/Star Child, born with a heightened spiritual awareness. She’s been communicating with Angels since the age of four and enjoys a close relationship with Mother Nature that extends to the Animal Kingdom. Attracting people and animals in need, she receives premonitions and visions and heals troubled souls through the many gifts she’s employed in this life, as well as other lifetimes before. Energetically, she draws people and animals to her and compassionately connects to every soul, drawing from her well of experience as a Social Worker, Tarot, Angel and Animal Reader, Aroma Therapist and Master Herbalist, to name but a few of her many prized offerings. If you’d like a reading with this Empathic, devoted and highly gifted Intuitive Worker, you can find Nancy at PsychicAccess.com.

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