Archive for the ‘Life Design’ Category
We never push. We never force. Our wish is never to overwhelm. So, if you are feeling any of these emotions during the current energy explosion, ask your spiritual council, your ascended masters, and your angels, to slow down.
We would like you to imagine a gauge within your mind. A gauge that you have full, total and complete control over. This gauge you can either turn up, if you wish to experience more, or you can turn down if you are feeling overwhelmed or that things are going too fast. Too much change may be occurring for you to be able to keep up with. Or you can simply fine-tune the gauge like a radio tuning in to your favorite station. Read the rest of this entry »
Some of us are ‘can do’ people, while others are always saying, “No can do.” Who would you rather be? This has given me food for thought. What do I really tell myself about my own abilities? Can I really do what I want to do, or am I going to do whatever it may be?
Some people tell themselves that they are not smart enough to do what they want to do for their life’s work. Their mind is already made up. No can do. They go through life accepting and settling for their second, or even third choice.
Others have the attitude, when told they can’t possibly do something, they will show the world they can accomplish anything they choose to do. They believe they can achieve anything they put their mind too. Read the rest of this entry »
I thought today of how certain expressions tend to stick in our minds; thoughts which we adopt for a while, or even a lifetime. It can be the words of a famous writer we have read somewhere, an expression in a song, or even just the ideas of somebody we just had a brief conversation with.
Internationally renowned author and speaker, Wayne Dyer, once said, “You will never get everything done.” It’s a good feeling at the end of the day, to know that we’ve gotten through much on our ‘to-do list.’ But for me, I also gain some comfort from such as words of wisdom as Wayne Dyer’s, as well as the poem, Desiderata, which advises us to, “Go placidly amid the noise and the haste.” Read the rest of this entry »
A trusted friend of mine has a funny saying that I find hilariously true. “Love is like the dew,” he says, “it can fall on any piece of poo in the yard.” He’s right you know. You meet this person, you are inexplicably drawn to him. Then you get to know him better. You begin to share your feelings for each other, your views of the world, maybe even your plans for the future.
Then suddenly you also see his shadow side. “What is so wrong with that,” you may ask. I asked that too, but then, as an empath and professional clairvoyant, I have come to understand how just those simple things can send a promising relationship into a tail-spin.
Why would loving someone and sharing your feelings with them be so damaging? It should be easy instead. You meet someone you have very strong feelings for, and he has feelings for you too. It should be wonderful and fulfilling, but in actuality it sometimes turns into something terrifying and destructive. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Forgettery’ is a game we all engage in from time to time. We see this game played out in relationship dramas, career concerns, or even just in a sense of generalized anxiety. It occurs when we forget who we really are, and find ourselves out of alignment with our Soul.
It can manifest in feelings of not being enough – a victim, not smart enough, being broken, or disconnected and separate from others. In my daily Tarot card draws, it often comes up for me as the Star card reversed, or maybe the Eight, or Nine of Swords.
So what happens when we find ourselves here? The first step out is to recognize what is happening. Once we can acknowledge this ‘not-so-good’ feeling, we can sit with it for a while and then recognize that this feeling is coming from our thoughts… and thoughts can be changed. We are deserving and worthy of everything we desire. Why not? We can heal this. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Empathic energy reading’ is a term I frequently use to describe the work I do. I was born empathic. That means that I can feel what others feel. I also know what people are thinking and basically can read their thoughts from an energy standpoint.
Don’t ask me how I do it, I just do. I am not unique. I have several family members who can do the same. Sound crazy? Maybe it is, but it works just the same.
Reading other people’s energy is something we all do. Ever walk into a room and got the feeling that you were not welcome? Well, that was empathic energy reading at its best. We all have the ability, but learning how to correctly read what you are feeling, and taking your fear and ego out of the equation, is a challenge. Read the rest of this entry »
It is easy within your family unit to take advantage of each other, if you will. To be impulsive, selfish, focused only within your own desires.
There is a new energy here on your planet. Open to receive the attunement, the alignment, the ascension. As you experience this expansion of your soul, the drama in your life will begin to fade and the disconnection, the disharmony, the selfishness will dissolve and move out.
Those you are to be aligned with, reunited with, and those you are to commune with, will begin to gather in small units, in small pods. So, do not be alarmed, all is in perfect and Divine order. The ego is fading, transforming. Your soul is awakening.
Rejoice in finding your soul families. Rejoice in making new connections within your current families. Do not try to hang onto those who are no longer serving your higher purpose. The contracts within your family unit have now been completed. Those of you who are working toward the healing of the planet are gathering together and your energy needs to be focused within that plan. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently, I posted on social media about my daughter’s graduation, when she was awarded a degree in Psychology with high honors from a well-known university. I was really proud of her, and wanted to share it with the world.
Many friends and family commented on the post, with congratulatory excitement and kind remarks. But later that day, I noticed there was also a hurtful comment on that same post from my mother.
In the post I had misspelled the words summa cum laude and my mother’s comment read, “Ask your daughter how to spell summa cum laude.” That was it. It seemed short and cold. My heart sank. Not only from the public embarrassment of her comment, but more so from the insinuation that I lack intelligence. Read the rest of this entry »