Why do you have the job you have? Is it because you love doing that job more than anything, or because you need the money? What do you do in your spare time? Why do you do those things? Why do you hang out with the people you hang out with? What do they give to your life?
What’s the one underlying emotion you carry with you throughout your day? Are you angry, sad, overwhelmed, peaceful, happy, or anxious to get on with your day?
Where do you see yourself at the end of your days? In your dream house? In a setting that brings you peace? An inner city condo? A retirement community? Or does looking into the future that far ahead scare you to death? There are no wrong answers by the way. Read the rest of this entry »
The region of the USA where I live has been experiencing a very long heat wave. In Texas, where I’m from originally, we called such a climate ‘Summer’ and thought nothing of it, but in New England, where I live now, the heat currently is a force to be reckoned with.
People deal with adversity in a myriad of ways. When it’s too hot to breathe, those who can afford it buy air-conditioners. Those who do not have the extra cash to spare have to be a bit more creative. So, they find a pool, a lake, a beach, or an air-conditioned shopping mall, or they just take many cool showers.
When adversity strikes, we either run around like our hair is on fire, trying to fix it, or we sit and wait for ‘inevitable doom’ to engulf us, hoping we’ll still be around later to assess the damage, and move on. Read the rest of this entry »
During the course of my life I’ve met maybe two or three people who weren’t interested in knowing more about their past, present and future, and how it all ties together.
It doesn’t matter what religion anyone is or even if they have no religious affiliation; most of us do want to know these things at some point during our lives. Why? Because we all get stuck, we all become confused. We’re too easily drawn down roads to nowhere and want to know how we got there, and how to find our way again.
You might be surprised at the various types of people who come to me about that – people from all walks of life and belief systems. Did you know that everything you think, do, feel, intend, wish for, and ultimately choose, is all documented somewhere? If you’re a Christian or Jewish, you’ve may have heard mention of the Book of Life. You may also believe that God counts every hair on your head and knows all there is to know about your past, present and future. Well, I also believe that it’s all written down somewhere, somehow. Read the rest of this entry »
When was the last time you laughed so hard that milk ‘flew’ out of your nose? When was the last time you remembered the funny things that happened to you as a kid? When was the last time you admitted that you ever were a child?
Hang on now! I have not been ‘hitting the cough syrup’ a bit too hard, neither have I simply lost my mind completely. Before you get the impression that I might have dumped all my private school training in manners and decorum, allow me to explain myself.
Just prior to writing this blog entry, I was reading a chapter from John Holland’s book, The Spirit Whisperer: Chronicles of a Medium. He was describing the moment when his young son asked him how it’s possible for a voice to keep calling his name when there really was no one there. John was taken aback, to say the least. Here he was, having to explain the how’s and why’s of mediumship to a seven year old boy, who thinks it’s hilarious when he laughs “so hard that milk flies out his nose” as, of course, any normal seven year old boy would! Read the rest of this entry »
Not long after I started working as a professional psychic reader, I realized that most of the questions revolved around romantic relationships.
This made sense to me (and still does), because after all, love is the most enigmatic experience in human life. It’s the one thing that can give us infinite pain, infinite pleasure, or even both at the same time. Who doesn’t, at one time or another, want to know how someone really feels about them or where a current relationship is headed? If we can gain that information, we feel it gives us more control over something that seems uncontrollable. Read the rest of this entry »
What?! Before you get all ‘uppity’, I’m including myself in that statement… big time. Psychics, yes, even the professional ones, need to learn something once in a while too.
So, settle down with me in my little corner of the proverbial ‘room’ and let’s get this thing about changing our beliefs clear once and for all. I don’t know about you but I’m tired of cringing every time I hear someone say “thoughts are things” and “change your mind change your life”, even though I myself have said those things hundreds of times.
Recently it occurred to me that a great number of my clients, and I believe women in general; come to me with questions about the validity of their own feelings and the strength of their own intuition.
I began to get a bit angry about this; not at those who ask of course, but at the very idea that anyone, any woman especially, would even need to question their own innate abilities?
You know what I’m talking about; the manipulation and invalidation of women’s intuition and feelings has been going on for so long that it now seems inbred in most of us that there’s nothing to it. Mere feelings can’t be that important, because they’re not logical, only based on individual perspective, not provable. Read the rest of this entry »