Posts Tagged ‘courage’
A caller recently asked me if she should start her own business. I did the reading and saw her chances were excellent for success in the next three years. I remember a time when I had asked the same question from other spiritual advisors and was not encouraged to do so. It took me back to the time I started doing readings professionally almost 20 years ago!
I always doubted I could make it full-time as a professional psychic. I felt I needed a full-time job in the secular world, as opposed to just trusting the Universe. Of course, the Universe, as it always does, hit me upside the head with a spiritual two-by-four!
I always had this feeling of push-and-pull from the Universe, whenever I questioned whether I should just take the plunge and start my own spiritual business. It took me almost ten years to get there, when I was finally pushed to do the psychic work full-time. Read the rest of this entry »
The universe wants you to trust yourself. You don’t have to have everything figured out here in this moment. Don’t let ‘not knowing’ how you’re going to make it happen, block you. And remember, you really do have everything you need, so relax, surrender and let your true purpose shine.
The universe is supporting you in trusting yourself. There is no person, no teaching, nothing outside of your present physical experience that knows better what you need than you. Look within for your answers. Align with your Spiritual Team, do not work against them.
What would your life be like if you trusted yourself fully? If your doubts were lifted, your fears dissolved, your frustrations eliminated? What would it be like if you trusted yourself completely? Standing in your power, speaking your truth, confident, calm, courageous. Read the rest of this entry »
Invariably, week after week, I receive questions from clients about attracting what they desire. This can range from a love interest to steady employment, but the solution is the same for just about any scenario. There are four keys to manifestation: identification, visualization, expect-action, and gratitude.
This is the most important step in the process of manifestation, and it’s often either overlooked or misunderstood by the general population. In order to attract what you want, you must understand what creates what you want.
For example, if you wish to be in a loving and committed relationship, then you must see yourself as the faithful and loving partner you wish to attract. Affirm, “I am the perfect lover.” Read the rest of this entry »
Your energy is best spent in collaboration, cooperation and connections with others. Imagine yourself as a tuning fork, feeling lost in the desert. Visualize your body becoming one big magnetic tuning fork, setting the intention to allow your soul to call in your tribe.
Call in your connections that you have put into place in the contract you created before you came here to this planet. Ask those that are ready to fulfill their agreement with you to be shown.
Imagine a beautiful oasis, expansive, unlimited and unending. Now imagine being enveloped in this beautiful magnetic force, your body becoming a tuning fork for people that are in your highest good to align with. Read the rest of this entry »
As an aficionado of all things metaphysical, from auras to a zebra jasper crystal, I have always found Chinese Astrology particularly fascinating. I’ve read any and everything I could lay my hands on and ultimately, I believe, I have come up with my own fundamental basic understanding of it.
I’m a simple woman and as a writer I have found the simple approach is best. Chinese Astrology is based on 12 different animals, and the traits of each species defines the characteristics of each Chinese Zodiac year. If you understand the animal, then you understand the Chinese astrological sign associated with it. You might say it is an easy key to understanding what may initially seem complicated.
According to Chinese Astrology we are entering the Year of the Dog this month. Associated with the element of Earth and the season of Autumn, the closest Western Astrology signs are Scorpio and Libra. Read the rest of this entry »
Some of you have a difficult time standing up for yourself, or expressing your position, for fear of being torn down. But there I no need for fear. There is nothing you need to worry about when you come from your position of power, your position of influence and love.
We are by no means encouraging you to engage in aggressive behavior or communication. When you find that rising up in your voice, it is your ego throwing a ‘temper tantrum,’ wanting its way or feeling hurt from an experience that may have nothing to do with the issue at hand, but it may have been triggered by the current experience.
Your truth is one of love and peace and joy. You are spiritually supported to step into your relationships in a more confident, stable, secure way. Read the rest of this entry »
I have done thousands of readings for people from around the world, and I can assure you that fear is part of the human condition. It is not only a valuable asset to recognize danger (emotionally and physically), but it can also be an opportunity to face the fear that is holding you back from living your best, authentic life.
Fear is a reaction to something, or someone, that one perceives as dangerous, threatening or potentially painful. Fear is not necessarily a bad thing, as it helps us avoid dangerous situations, like touching a very hot surface, or swimming in rapidly-moving water. It can also be related to loss of a loved one. If, for example, a person is between the ages of birth to 18 years and dependent upon a parent to meet basic needs, the fear becomes very deep-rooted, and the same is true if you are older and suffered many or even one significant loss. We can also become frightened before speaking to a large group of people, when boarding an airplane… or just thinking about it! Some of us fear clowns or a wild animals. 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 »