Archive for October, 2013
I was doing a reading today and I began channeling information that I believe is very relevant to all of us. I was talking to a woman about the conflict in her life, especially related to relationships. She has continually cycled through similar scenarios is her relationships, and did not understand why.
This was the message that was channeled for this situation:
“Conflict produces evolution. If conflict discontinued at one point in our evolutionary process on your planet, the highest form of life would be bacteria. There is a need for conflict to bring forth evolution. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m a “psychic”. It is a label I find almost offensive, because it’s overused, over commercialized, and undervalued. And a lot of people seem to see it as a line of work that should not be considered gainful employment; something that I shouldn’t charge for.
The fact is, even the best professional psychic needs to continue researching and studying, because no one knows everything. Every talented psychic has new facets that are constantly evolving, and psychic abilities and skills that are always changing – for the better if they’re being used, for the worse if they are ignored. The work itself can be physically taxing and emotionally draining. And there are times when I try to ignore the signs, and then it’s even harder on me physically and psychologically. Read the rest of this entry »
It can be very difficult to heal from a broken heart. It is no accident that there are so many sad songs written about lost love, and so many stories in magazines and on talk shows about failed love relationships. Many self-help experts proclaim they have the true answer to how to heal a broken heart.
I know from personal experience that it can be one of the hardest things in life to understand and overcome. When I had my heart broken, I used music in healing process, because I could relate what the song was about. Some people prefer to write in a diary to process their thoughts and feelings; sometimes they even write a letter to the former lover to get a few things off their chest. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are staying connected to you Higher Power, and your Inner Self, you can be completely “You”. A wonderful friend told me; “How other people feel about you is none of your business.” What a concept!
People and their emotions and perceptions are like weather. While we can be aware of it, we do not have to let the reactions of others run (or ruin) our lives. Our job is to stay centered and be a good person. How other people interpret our actions is then based on their subjective history, perceptions and agenda. Taking this position makes us less vulnerable to being manipulated, or to being a manipulator. We keep our focus on ourselves, our intentions and good behaviors and let go of trying to impress others, or make them like us. This is a more honest and authentic way of living. Read the rest of this entry »
A few years back I taught a class on sacred geometry. My favorite section of the class was related to using mandalas as a tool for the inward journey and I would like to share this with you. I have always found it easier to start with a graph based of concentric circles, but others start with a circle and their imagination or intuition.
When using a mandala as a form of meditation you begin by creating a large circle. Start at the outer edge of the circle to begin your session and work your way around the outer edge. Gradually work your way to the center of the mandala – this represents the inward journey. Read the rest of this entry »
Many centuries have come and gone since the Athenians ascended the Acropolis to seek the guidance and protection of Athena, the maiden goddess of wisdom, war and divine intelligence. Her status as the favorite daughter of Zeus, and powerful patron deity of the city of Athens, remains evident to this day.
Expecting to be mostly drawn to the Theatre of Dionysus Eleuthereus, when I visited the Acropolis of Athens in Greece*, I was instead keenly aware of the omnipresence of Athena’s legacy. My undergraduate education in literature and drama afforded me a reasonably good understanding of the role of the god Dionysus in ancient Greek culture. I knew about the festivals and plays, and as a student I often imagined visiting the remains of those historic open-air auditoriums. Read the rest of this entry »
According to dream researchers, a good portion of us dream in neutral colors – so how do we remember color impressions? Another portion of the population, especially men, do not retain their dream impressions. What is a poor soul like this to do? Does this mean that these dream-free people have no capacity for vision; are they ‘disadvantaged’?
The statistics are not as good as you think they are. A study on a 1000 remembered dreams recorded by the study participants, approximately only 30% of the population has more than 10 dreams per month. It seems that most of us are left with even less than that. These tests would not have been properly staged in order to record REM activity, but this testing was based on reported dream memories. It’s possible that more tests would be needed to determine exactly how long these dreams are, and what constitutes a memory for these dreams and why certain ones are retained. Read the rest of this entry »
One of my favorite Bible passages has always been from Matthew 7: “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened.”
I am not a religious person in the dogmatic sense, but I am definitely spiritual. I have found more miracles have happened in my life when I simply take it to God. I find that when things are too much to bear I just ask God to take up my cross and help me, if it be His will. He has done so on numerous occasions. I only wish I would have known what I know now back about 25 years ago. It would have made my life much less complicated. Instead of messing around with lower realm type of things I simply could have prayed. Read the rest of this entry »