Archive for January, 2014
I sometimes wonder how it happens that a specific client would decide to pick me to do a reading for them. I have discovered over the years that the reasons vary as much as people’s personalities and their unique circumstances.
The most common reason is that a client will just relate more easily with a certain psychic’s personality. Professional psychics also tend to feel a much stronger connection with some people than with others. The possibilities are endless, the same way we easily relate to some people, while we just do not get along with others.
Could these differences in how we relate to other have a spiritual cause? I know this from experience. Read the rest of this entry »
I believe in Angels, because I met one in person during a flight home.
On my most recent business trip I took Flight 105 to return to the Fraser Valley. I had been on a long, emotionally challenging excursion and I was undoubtedly exhausted. I had done 19 readings in five days. Each session lasted an hour or more, and being true to self, I also took calls and answered email questions between the appointments.
At this time I put my whole being into dealing with others, but not what truly needed to be addressed: a heavy, personal emotional burden that would not release its grip on me. Instead I firmly put work into the forefront, to avoid facing the reality of my personal life. Read the rest of this entry »
Yet our work is somewhat mysterious. This has left us open to a few problems. I would like to describe a little in this series how psychics manage in their personal lives.
What I am talking about is probably more the psychics that manage to tell people what they do for a living. Most of my work is sourced through the web, but psychics need friends too. So what do psychics experience in friendship?
I think some of us are in our occupation because we like to nurture, fix problems and mother our friends. This is no surprise, as we often know how to soothe the troubled soul, and often, without even a glance at the cards, I am able to discern what the guy is like that my friend describes, just by listening. That’s a cool friend to have, if I had a friend like me! Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes, when we don’t have the time to call or spend time with our loved ones, we do spend time with them on the astral plane.When our body sleeps, our soul travels and does in fact communicate and seek growth by interacting with loved ones in the dream state.
Sleep is not only a time for resting the body and rejuvenating the mind, but also for connecting with loved ones and getting spiritual messages from our guides. It is also an opportunity to see what awaits us in the future. Read the rest of this entry »
Maybe one of your resolutions this year is to develop existing psychic abilities, or to embark on a journey to find new ones? Great! But how do you get started? This can seem like a daunting task, but it’s actually easier than you think.
Like any talent, psychic ability can be practiced and improved. A good place to start is to simply become more mindful of your surroundings. Use all five senses. What are you tasting, smelling, hearing? Buy a small notebook and write down your observations, both from waking and in dreams. Chances are you’ll start to notice patterns. Take time every day to meditate in whatever way you choose. Ten minutes of clearing your mind and focusing will not just help you develop psychic abilities, it will also do wonders for your stress levels and concentration. Read the rest of this entry »
We see movies about them around Christmas time; stories about how an Angel was sent to a certain family with a message of hope. We see Angels delivering messages in works of art and we hear about them in popular holiday songs. But are they real?
I believe we do get signs and guidance from Angels, and sometimes they even save our lives. Whenever I am asked to assist with ghost hunting, I always ask for help and protection from the Angels. They have never failed me.
One cold winter morning on my way to work I was about ten miles from my exit on the highway. I was feeling ill, but my sick days had run out and I needed the money, so I had to go in. I had taken some cold medication before I left home. I was in the far right lane and was having a hard time keeping my eyes open. Read the rest of this entry »
If I were you and you were me, what do you think it is would you see? Would you see my life, my losses, my sadness, my fears? Or would you see my happiness, my joys, my passions, and my purpose? If I were you, would I see the same? Would I feel your pain? Would I feel your hopes?
We all have the amazing gift, every day if we choose to, to walk in the shoes of another and feel what that is like. As a psychic reader I do that with my clients here at Psychic Access.
As a person it is up to me whether or not I choose to look at another and feel what it might be like to be them. True empathy comes from within, but it radiates around you if you allow it to, bringing people into its glow. Empathy, painful as it can be sometimes, also brings great joys with it. It allows the rhythm of life to become a true and honest part of you and raises your own vibration. The joy of people watching can bring great satisfaction! Read the rest of this entry »
When I told him I had downloaded an audio tour on my iPod, from the local tourism website, and was going to do a “Jane Austen walk” through the historic town of Bath, he gave me a skeptical look like only the British can and said, “You might want to stop by the Roman Baths first. It is a must-see, but go there early in the morning, before the tour groups arrive from London.”
Well, who am I to argue with such a determined a messenger of the Universe?
Arriving at the Roman Baths Museum, I was planning to have a quick 30 minute browse around and then go off in pursuit of the famous Ms Austen’s favorite haunts. Well, what is usually a 90 minute visit for most to the baths, if you use the museum’s audio guide, became for me a four hour metaphysical adventure. Read the rest of this entry »