I remember very distinctly how in health class my fifth grade teacher was teaching us about our senses. She mentioned seeing, hearing, feeling, taste and smell. Our five human senses. And then she said, “We used to have six senses, but we don’t have that anymore.” And that was the end of it.
We don’t have that anymore? How could I even explore it? Who else would teach me about my sixth sense? Did I have less sense? Was I not running on all six cylinders? How could this have happened? Shouldn’t they be teaching about all the senses of the mind and body? I would have felt suppressed had I only known, what I didn’t. Thank the Holy Spirit that eventually it came around for me to understand that the sixth sense is something that we use every day. Read the rest of this entry »
Séance is a term you don’t hear too much today. Anytime a group of people get together to contact the spirit world, you have what is known as a séance. For some reason this mediumship term has been moved into the background of our vocabulary. We now call these gatherings by a number of names, including message circles, message service, circle readings, group readings, or sittings.
Why the term faded away is difficult to say. The word’s usage declined between the 1920s and 50s, according to Google Books, but it is now beginning to have a resurgence. The word séance typically conjures the mental image of spiritualists sitting around a table in the dark, with candles, holding hands, with wispy apparitions of ghostly spirits floating above them. Read the rest of this entry »
Spiritual mediums often work with spirit guides. Some work with only one guide, while others have several guides assisting them. I have many guides around me. They help move my psychic readings quickly and help get the answers and information people need.
The first of my spirit guides I knew about were Ishet, Ohkona, Nastar and Chadly. Ishet is a female guide of the Egyptian dream temples. She gives me balance, perspective, and understanding of the human mind. Okona is a male native American, who guides and guards me on my path. He gives me strength and perseverance. Nastar is my runner, and helps set up situations ahead of me, such as perhaps guiding a client to me, or even a simple task, like having a parking space available near the front door of a destination. And then there is Chadly, who is a nature guide. He comes through as an old, rough frontiersman, buckskins and all, he brings me humility and greater awareness in connecting me with all things natural. Read the rest of this entry »