Archive for June, 2011
Did you ever stop to think about the sounds that come out of our mouths? We use them to form phrases and sentences. It is how we communicate. But, have you ever considered the true nature of these sounds, or the power contained within our words, the power of the vibration?
Words are formed using the organs of speech that creates a vibration, thus causing a sound. We know that sound doesn’t just disappear. Sound travels – from our mouths, past the person it is directed to, past a few others, and on and on into the ethers.
Words are more powerful than we realize. Maybe we should choose our words more wisely. If we send negative words out, whether we sincerely mean it or not, it never goes away. That negative vibration we sent out has an effect on the earth, the solar system and the universe. It may even come back and have an effect on you, without you ever even realizing it. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently, a client dropped into my free chat room at PsychicAccess.com. Even before she typed anything, I could feel that her energy had shifted from the last time we had a chat.
After a few moments of catching up with each other, I told her that I felt her energy as very upbeat and happy. I sensed a kind of complete, all-over happiness. I asked her if anything special was going on. Her answer was, “I chose happiness.”
Wow! I was gob-smacked! The utter simplicity of that statement, the conviction of it, was definite. Even I felt happy. It seemed that happiness was contagious. I’m writing about the kind of happiness that comes from within, no matter what the external circumstances. Happiness does not have to be a transient state. We can experience it 24/7, and learn to maintain that internal happiness, while still experiencing the ups and downs of daily life. Read the rest of this entry »
Did you know that the feeling you are sensing from someone, about you, is often correct? This is because we are all inherently empathic. To me, empathy is the embodiment of two feelings – your feelings and someone else’s.
There can be a bias towards thinking of telepathy, telempathy or empathy as manipulative techniques to gain control over a relationship. But when you really look into the dynamics, it usually shows what you can do to improve the situation. One cannot be ‘empathic’ without another person to be sentient with.
The principle is much simpler than can be anticipated. Should you become a non-biased empath, i.e. someone who can sense a person’s feelings without being overwhelmed by their truth or sense of reality, you will be able to adopt their point of view and understand it. You will also abide by it to a greater extent, or decide whether to let that person go on their path. Read the rest of this entry »
I believe that, given the opportunity, some of us would even trade all of our earthly possessions for a lifelong supply of this magical substance. It is the one thing that can secure us so much happiness, inner peace and long-term fulfillment.
Have you guessed what this ‘eighth wonder of the world’ is? Well, it is the virtue of patience, of course!
The Dutch say that “a handful of patience is worth more than a bushel of brains”. There is no doubt in my mind that should some genius be able to develop a magical formula to capture patience in a bottle, that person would overnight become the wealthiest and most famous person on the planet! Read the rest of this entry »
In today’s stressful and high-paced world we often have no choice but to keep a constant eye on the clock. It can be very stressful always having to be on the go, and too often there is no time to relax and really enjoy the moment.
At restaurants in business districts you often see people not able to really enjoy their meals, because they are only allowed a certain amount of time for a quick lunch break. So, they are swallowing, while they are taking the next bite, not even allowing themselves to digest and enjoy their food properly.
We have clearly lost sight of the things that really matter in life. We have become slaves to the clock. Sometimes we hardly notice or appreciate our friends and family. We are in such a hurry to get to the next destination that we often rush by, or leave abruptly. How often do we give a meaningful hug to those we love? We see more value in getting somewhere fast or getting something else done. Read the rest of this entry »
He was way ahead of his time. Allan Kardec was a free thinking man who lived in France in the nineteenth century. When still very young, he had hoped to unify various Christian sects into one religion, but he wasn’t successful in doing this.
Kardec’s passion was to teach. He graduated law school and he was going to devote his life to law, like his father and grandfather, but his love of teaching won out. He ended up purchasing a large school for boys and the school flourished.
He also purchased a large hall, and he offered courses and lectures on chemistry, physics, anatomy and astronomy. He was also very successful with this, and many of his students gained recognition in the scientific world. He also published many educational works, some of which are still in use in many French schools.
What many people do not know is that Allan Kardec also had an interest mediumship and paranormal phenomena. In fact, I personally consider him to be the true father of modern mysticism. He saw the importance of proving evidence of existence between the visible and invisible worlds. Around 1850 he made a study of the phenomenon of table turning, or table tipping, and spirit tapping during séances (a séance is a sitting of a group of people for the purpose of spirit communication). Read the rest of this entry »
The force that draws our souls from peace is disguised in many clothes
It can hide in ‘new age‘ cotton jeans as well as right wing robes
Fakes and fools and charlatans I thought I’d never find
Dressed up like “new age” seekers out to rescue human kind
Beware . . . Beware . . . Beware . . . Read the rest of this entry »
I believe that we are given the opportunity to learn many valuable lessons by having many experiences. Hopefully we will learn a valuable lesson with each experience, which will bring us closer to becoming ‘enlightened’.
Some of the experiences we deal with provide us with the wisdom we need to someday help another human, who is in similar pain, understand and hopefully learn the same lesson themselves.
I also believe that if we don’t learn the life lesson we are meant to learn, the Universe will offer another opportunity to learn that same lesson again, but that it will be more challenging the second time around. Many years ago, I realized I had a problem with alcohol and joined a 12-step program. After 9 months, I pronounced myself ‘cured’ and I stopped going to meetings. I successfully stayed sober for the next eleven years. Read the rest of this entry »