Posts Tagged ‘communication’
It’s almost like being a ventriloquist on occasion – my voice will not change but if the person is in a stern frame of mind it may reflect in my vocal tone, or the way I emphasize certain phrases. I have been told I can parrot conversations verbatim, though I would say I would never know when I am. It is not like the words sound any different to me when I get them. If I were getting fragments of conversations, which I seem to, and then assume like an actress a little bit of their emotional gait, then you know I am deeply involved in the energy of the person I am assuming, and may act it out a little. Read the rest of this entry »
When someone crosses over to the other side, they connect to us through symbols and signs mostly things we would not normally recognize in our daily life. Have you ever driven down the road and heard a song on the radio and then thought of someone on the other side? This is their way of communicating to you!
A bird flying past you, a certain smell, a picture or an image that brings your loved one to mind is their way of saying, “Hey we are here.” Dreams are also a way to connect to those that have passed, but we often do not recall our dreams after we wake up, so this avenue is less traveled by the spirits. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes people who consider themselves to be a superior professional in their field, may develop a misinformed opinion, deliberate or otherwise, of another person with whom they work. Instead of being honest and speaking directly to this person they think so little of, or bothering to get to know them, they make assumptions. Instead of resolving the issue by communicating directly, they begin to indulge in frequent negative thoughts about the other person.
These negative, harmful thoughts go out into the universe in the form of dark energy and ‘attacks’ the psyche of the other person who these thoughts have been focused on. The attacker is therefore harming a fellow human being unconsciously through their mean-spirited and hateful thinking process. Read the rest of this entry »
When I first moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, I lived in one of the three old stage coach depots located here. The two others were owned by Burl Ives and the French Consulate, respectively. I can’t speak for those, but I can tell you about my experiences in the one where I lived.
I lived there for five years and it was totally charming. It had been designated as a guest house on the property, next to the main house. It was built with grey native stone and it looked like a painting by Currier and Ives. The perfect Santa Fe retreat, right? Or, anywhere, for that matter! Read the rest of this entry »
You call or go to visit a local psychic. The moment you make contact with the person you immediately ask, “So what’s going to happen with my job?” The psychic then lays out a few cards or listens intently to see what Spirit may be saying about this situation.
After a few moments, the psychic speaks and begins to give you information that is only half right or even way off the mark. You get perturbed and exit the reading proclaiming that the psychic was not gifted, or that you had no connection with the person giving you the reading. Read the rest of this entry »
My first spiritual teacher said to me, at least a thousand times, “Words have power!”. It was hard for me to understand then what she was talking about, but that is no longer the case.
As a special needs teacher I soon learned the value of pictures as language. I had various deaf students who were unable (or had not been taught how) to speak. I also worked with kids with Asberger’s and autism. The same is true with a blind child – their most powerful asset is the ability to communicate to get what they want or need.
Living in a foreign country makes it imperative that I learn to at least say “bathroom” and “phone.” Well, maybe not phone if I have a phone that can go international, but a visitor certainly needs to know how to ask for a restroom. Without that information, he or she is unable to satisfy immediate needs. Read the rest of this entry »
While I have been spending the last 30 years refining my intuition to make sure I was psychically reading with accuracy, Doc Lew Childre, CEO of the Institute of Heartmath in Boulder Creek, California, was on another path. He was proving that I was using my heart, and not my mind, to accomplish that task for others and myself.
Doc Childre has reported that the ‘cares’ of the world: worries, anxieties, judgments, anger, crime, violence, homelessness, depression, and even hatred fill our heads, which damages our hearts. It is that single act that has resulted in “heart disease becoming the number-one killer in both men and women in industrialized nations,” he says. Read the rest of this entry »
I was nine years old when I saw three beautiful Angels, in what you could call a rather ‘unlikely setting’. My parents were visiting some friends one Saturday evening and when the drinks began to flow, they put me upstairs on the bed, in their friend’s master bedroom.
The adults were making quite a lot of noise downstairs, and I found myself lying on the bed looking up at the ceiling, when lo and behold, just like a sliding door, the ceiling opened up and there were three magnificent beings with the night sky in the background. Today I know they were Angels. Read the rest of this entry »