Archive for the ‘Divination’ Category
Tonight, when I looked outside, I noticed that clouds were swirling on the ground. Foggy nights are so beautiful and mysterious. The mists make everything look so silently soft and dream-like. It reminds me of the images I see in psychic visions. They play across my mind like short movies, in which I can see, hear, and even sense textures and scents.
Sometimes the visions are sharp, but most of the time they are in soft focus, yet I can see details. The visions come with understandings of situations that flash by in seconds. Sometimes, I see nothing at all, like through a very thick fog, I can only sense without seeing, what is there. Read the rest of this entry »
I recently came across a photograph of myself which was taken using an aura imaging camera. The aura camera is a bio-feedback imaging system which translates a person’s energy measured from electromagnetic impulses of the hands into an individual pattern and personal colors which represent the aura.
The pattern of vibrant colors is overlaid onto an instant photograph of the person, to give a visual impression of what an aura would look like to psychics and mediums who are able to see auras.
An aura photograph gives us information about the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual balance of a person at the time it is taken, and can therefore be used as a basis for further analysis of an individual’s potential.
The photograph of my aura I recently found is 17 years old, and was taken at a psychic fayre in London. In hindsight, that photograph of my aura was very relevant to what was going on in my life at that time, and really accurate. Read the rest of this entry »
Are psychic gifts passed on in certain families? In my family it would certainly appear so.
My maternal grandmother was married at the tender age of 14, had her first child at the age of 16, and just carried on from there. Her life was not a particular happy one. My grandfather worked a steady job with good pay, however he was a alcoholic, as well as a womanizer so money was not always prevalent in the home.
Although she was christened Flora Mae, she was always called ‘Mumma’ by everyone who knew her, because she was a mother figure to many beside her own family. As we grew to know and appreciate Mumma, we had a sense there was something unusual about her. Read the rest of this entry »
I have been able to observe some work on a large scale through my work with Tarot, which is a like a math sampling tool. Some of this has been done through the intake of my clients’ concerns, and others have been through observations now through nature. This can also be seen on a minute viewpoint through any lens and in this event what you can see, that despite nothing being random, and being very much organized, nothing really is repeated. This would mean that actually in itself, one can be thankful for the theory of diffusion. This means even the idea of opposites would eventually be diffused. All things eventually dissipate, and our decisions and are not the masters of our fate, fate is. Read the rest of this entry »
In my previous post I mentioned some astrological points that are in all our charts, namely, Lilith. This concept in Astrology is named after the female demonic figure Lilith in Jewish mythology. There are so many dark stories and myths surrounding Lilith, and therefore some scary points in Astrology have been named after her. Her name evokes thoughts of the mysterious, malevolent, sinister, forbidden and catastrophic. The negative is certainly valid, and it is up to the native to act out these energies in an, if possible, positive way.
I also described a not-so-evil feature of Lilith – one that came to me through meditation. The positive energy I received was about survival. This dark goddess is not all bad. She shows us how to work through situations we can’t always describe to others. Read the rest of this entry »
You know how sometimes in life you get a feeling about something, but you aren’t quite able to put it into words? Well, that’s how the Tarot assists me when I read for people. It helps me bridge the everyday life with the esoteric, and translate psychic messages in a practical way.
Sometimes it is as simple as the actual picture on the card having a single element that pops up for me, screaming to be noticed. Read the rest of this entry »
Palmistry, chiromancy, or palm reading, is one of the oldest methods of foretelling the past, present and future, by reading the lines of the hand. It is a form of divination practised all over the world. The earliest recorded evidence of this divination technique has been found in Asia, from where it spread to the rest of the world.
Each person has unique lines and shape of hand. Thus the use of fingerprinting in identifying individuals. In palmistry, the lines and shape of the hands indicate a person’s character, marriage, how many children they will have, as well as the foreboding of positive and negative life events. Read the rest of this entry »
In private sittings, I always commence with a short color reading. I ask customers to select four from my collection of 13 small, colored bottles. The placement of the client’s selection in position one, two, three and four each represents a different aspect of their pathway and challenges in life.
Whether the rest of the reading involves the Tarot, throwing the bones, angel cards, or numerology, the synergistic connection with the colors, and the remainder of the reading, is always uncanny. Not to mention that it gives a very ‘colorful’ start to a reading session.
I have a regular client who is a wonderful and highly respected healer. I have always felt that she channels during her healing sessions, as many of the clients she has sent my way praise her for the words of healing and wisdom they received during sessions with her. I feel that she uses subtle ways to incorporate her psychic ability into her work, without ‘spooking’ her clients. There are also a select few with whom she feels, intuitively, that she is able to discuss deeper spiritual, and even past life issues. Read the rest of this entry »