Posts Tagged ‘change’
Well, in all honestly, I don’t feel I am ‘putting up’ with them at all. On the contrary, I feel honored that they feel safe enough to share their concerns with me. If it’s important to them… then it’s important.
What does concern me, however, is that I will be able to offer them some helpful direction and healing during a time which must feel to them like they are in a dark pit of hopelessness, or that the rug has been pulled from under them. They are often in shock over an incident, usually connected to a relationship or a career. But there always is an answer, or a solution. Read the rest of this entry »
There are many ways to bring more power to your Tarot readings, whether you are just learning to read the cards or have been utilizing them as a divination tool for years. One way is to apply the three ‘V’s’ to expand your reading skills, namely variety, validation and vision.
Seasoned and professional Tarot readers often own a number of Tarot decks, but usually gravitate towards one or two of their favorites most of the time. Employing a variety of decks will keep your readings fresh, and can also expand your predictions.
The images of the Tarot vary from deck to deck, which will offer you additional information to consider. Because you will be viewing the cards from a fresh perspective, you’ll be able to ‘see’ more. Read the rest of this entry »
I have been talking to clients and people about the general state of mind right now. What is making us work as a society and what does not? What makes us motion, what is makes us fluid, what is makes us indispensable? What some clients have concerns about is a heightened state of agitation in the general population. This is not due to anything electronic or anything that I could say is brought about by a ‘thing’ in everyone’s opinion.
Many of my clients are well-educated or experienced, in managerial positions, and are wondering what to do about the persons now that are unable to manage themselves or how they are coping. How does one choose a good person over a bad one, and will the mood pass? Will this person ever get over their disposition or will they degrade? What can we do to help them, or should we perhaps move on to the next person? Read the rest of this entry »
Throughout my years as a professional psychic medium (and even before), I’ve encountered a recurring theme of those who are seeking advice involving intimate relationships. Now, remember, intimate relationships aren’t just our lovers. They can also be close friends and, of course, our family.
Intimate relationships are the ones we have with those closest to us. We know their secrets, strengths and weaknesses, and they probably know ours. It’s those people that we want to help, those we want to love, or those who we just want to love and respect us. Sadly, when people are seeking guidance with these intimate relationships it is most always pain-filled. Anger, fear, frustration and desperation almost always accompany these relationships. Read the rest of this entry »
Mysterious, symbolic and highly energetic, the Tarot is a high vibrational tool helping us discover the deeper meaning behind the events of our lives. It can offer guidance around situations in which we may feel lost or confused. And it can serve as a bridge between how we perceive the ‘normal’ reality, and how the influence of Spirit is working in our lives.
As every Tarot reader’s gifts are different, as unique as is every individual, a reader comes to develop their own style accordingly. But the Tarot itself also has its own energy – a high vibration frequency which Spirit can use to send us messages, encouragement, and guidance.
In my own Tarot readings, I find that Spirit most often seeks to illuminate areas in which changes may be needed in order to bring about the most beneficial outcome. This can be anything from the need to shift a perspective, the need to let go, or the need to accept things as they are. Read the rest of this entry »
No matter what your current circumstance is, no matter what your current situation may be, whether you are feeling like you do not have enough or are not enough… you do not need to be in a state of perfection to attract perfection to you. You do not need to be in a state of prosperity to attract prosperity to you. It is important for you to understand and realize this.
The thoughts in your mind create your reality. What you think about you bring about. Be on high alert of the thoughts that run through your mind.
The ego has a tendency to keep you stuck in the past, but you are more than your ego. You are a creation of God, of heaven above, you are all powerful ever-expansive. You are a creator of your life. You came here in this incarnation to create. To create love. To create joy. To create harmony.
So, be aware of the thoughts that might be running in your subconscious mind – that program in the background that you might be completely unaware of. Read the rest of this entry »
Coming from a family who never communicated their personal feelings, I learned a lot about the importance of communication between age groups in my early teens, when I was sent to live with a Dutch family with three children for several months.
I always admired their closeness, but it wasn’t until I actually moved in with them, that I realized just how far their caring and sharing went towards feeling part of such a close knit family. They prayed together too, and included me, always asking for healing for my mother who was having treatment at the time for her ‘nervous condition.’
In later years, as a recovering alcoholic in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), I would often hear the expression, “A family that prays together, stays together.” I am sure this family has stayed close all these years, even though we have lost touch. Read the rest of this entry »
There are times when we are tempted to withdraw from the world, sit around, and feel sorry for ourselves. For many of us it is all too easy to get into the rut of complaining about how everything bad only happens to us, and how unfair life is. Some of us also easily complain that other people seem to have everything, and we have so little. When this kind of thinking takes over, it may be time to ask yourself some really tough questions.
Am I in a comfort zone? Is it really too difficult to make the necessary changes to have a better life? Do I really want to get well? What benefits am I possibly getting from choosing to remain stuck? Has my circumstances or my health status become my new identity? Am I always looking in the rear-view mirror, wishing I could rewrite the past? Do I obsess about what could have, should have, would have been? Read the rest of this entry »