Sometimes people who consider themselves to be a superior professional in their field, may develop a misinformed opinion, deliberate or otherwise, of another person with whom they work. Instead of being honest and speaking directly to this person they think so little of, or bothering to get to know them, they make assumptions. Instead of resolving the issue by communicating directly, they begin to indulge in frequent negative thoughts about the other person.
These negative, harmful thoughts go out into the universe in the form of dark energy and ‘attacks’ the psyche of the other person who these thoughts have been focused on. The attacker is therefore harming a fellow human being unconsciously through their mean-spirited and hateful thinking process. Read the rest of this entry »
I discovered this axiom years ago when reading quotes from major religions, and when I remember to keep it in the forefront of my mind and imagination, it works wonders on my perspective about what I find myself dealing with in everyday life.
We have the power to be in the middle of our lives rather than at the mercy of our lives, and the foundation of that power is perspective.
For example, the above proverb is all about perspective and personal power. Struggle is a fact of life. Challenges will always present themselves to us no matter what social position, education, or gifts we have. We can ask our higher power to help us have lighter burdens, or we can ask for the capacity to cope with what life brings (broader shoulders). And, the ironic thing is that asking for broader shoulders can actually change our perception of our burdens, making them seem lighter, and thus, changing our perspective. Read the rest of this entry »
There is a very dramatic difference between wishing for what we need and want out of life, and expecting to get those things. It is like the difference between talking or writing about how wet water is and actually getting into the water to experience how wet it is. The Zen saying goes, “You cannot get wet from the word water” which I discovered when reading the philosophy of Alan Watts and David Suzuki.
A wish is simply a desire for things and events we hope will come true. An expectation is the power of knowing that things will come to pass.
Most of the readings that psychics give to callers and chat room visitors are centered around the wishes that people have to find out what will come, or if a person will receive what they need and want to have happen. So, I have had years of practical personal and professional experience in coming to my conclusion. Read the rest of this entry »
People who have had near death experiences (NDE) give reports afterward that vary widely. There are experiences that are spiritual in nature, those that are felt to be message-oriented, those that refer to purpose, and so forth. The lives of many people who come back from near death are often changed completely.
In 2003 I was walking at night to my bus stop after work. I was most of the way across the crosswalk when I was struck by a huge sport utility vehicle (SUV) at 34 miles per hour, and then thrown 30 feet.
I felt the power of angels all around me before and after the SUV struck me and I also became aware of three amazing guides around me who have never left my side since.
I awoke in the hospital after a three day coma and was told that I would be crippled the rest of my life. Instead, I went back to work three months later in a partial body cast and have not looked back since. I learned to walk correctly again with the help of an amazing Tai Chi teacher and a Naturopath. Read the rest of this entry »
There is quite a lot to know about interpreting dreams. And there are many schools of thought on this subject from psychoanalysis to shamanic journey dream vision quests. A person could spend a great deal of time in a class room environment studying dream interpretation. Researching this topic could become a lifelong hobby as well.
For years I have been curious about interpreting my own dreams and have read many books about it and have also spent a lot of time researching this subject on line. I prefer the less complex methods of unlocking the mysteries of dreaming and will share with you what I have learned about basic analysis of what dreams mean and how to interpret them for ourselves. Read the rest of this entry »
Day to day examples of waiting include waiting for red lights to turn green, waiting for your turn in bank and grocery lines, for toast to pop up, for the bus to come, for a customer service person to answer the phone, and on and on.
A few examples of important reasons why we may be waiting include hoping for a positive answer back about a job, or for communication with a distant relative, or for the answer to a prayer, or for the results of a test we have taken, and so forth.
What we do while we are waiting for any and all of these things is directly related to the quality of our present moments. We have to fill our time up with more than waiting, because if we do not we may feel that we never ‘arrive’ anywhere and are not living ‘in’ our lives. Read the rest of this entry »
Kindness takes little effort and is such a great gift. “Practice Random Acts Of Kindness And Senseless Beauty” is a well-known slogan that can be seen on posters and on bumper stickers everywhere.
We all watch movies where we admire any kindness that is shown. Many of us go to temple or church and hear about kindness from the pulpit. We see acts of kindness in public and watch in appreciation of the giver and the receiver. And, although kindness is something we all admire, it is often difficult to show kindness to those who need it most. And it is often difficult for us to recognize kindness on its way to us as well. Often, when I am doing phone psychic readings for people in relationships where there is difficulty communicating, my advice to the caller is to balance honest discussion with their partner, about what is hurting them, with kindness. Read the rest of this entry »
For most of my childhood I lived in a rural farming area surrounded by lots of woods and wildlife. And I was always so very drawn to the birds in our region in particular. The Eagles, Owls, Geese, Blue Heron, Swans, Finches, Swallows, Robins, and most of all the Hummingbirds, fascinated me so very much. Even in the cities I lived later in my life there were always Hummingbirds. They have been part of my existence since I can remember.
But, it wasn’t until I was in my 30’s, when I spoke with a Shaman that I understood why. The Hummingbird is my Animal Totem and it represents Joy. And now I know why I have always been so drawn to them. There has been so much sorrow, violence and abuse in most of my life; it was only in staying connected to Joy that have I survived it all. The emotion and mental state of Joy has a kind of power that transcends all things that may break our bodies and our hearts. Read the rest of this entry »