Posts Tagged ‘death’
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 »
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 »
Physical death is not the death of the love you have for someone. When we die we continue to love all those we have ever loved in life and in all our past lives.
When someone you love dies they do not stop loving you, they continue to love you. I can say I am 100% sure that the love two people have for one another does not die after death. I would be willing to bet that that love is even intensified and maybe even deeper then the love the person had for you in life.
How do I know this you ask? I have had several conversations about life after death with my grandfather who told me many times if he could come back he would – he promised me this. He did come to me after he died and I was able to tell him I loved him, and it was definitely one of the best experiences I have ever had. Read the rest of this entry »
A middle-aged woman, Susan, recently came to my rooms for a reading. Susan is well-presented and well-spoken, and has an air of grace about her. Judging by appearances she seemed like any other lady in this age bracket, and when she walked through the door I was none the wiser to what she was seeking from the reading that day.
The first card that came up for her is a beautiful peacock, with lots of color and glamor. I was told through my channeling that this is how Susan presents herself, very distinguished, beautiful and majestic, and her partner has always told her how beautiful she is. However, I was also hearing that her partner is no longer able to communicate this to her, and as I passed on this message I heard a voice come into the reading – a dignified male voice. Read the rest of this entry »
Early one morning, I recently received a message from Judy, a client of mine, to say her close friend had been shot and killed before dawn that day. Judy wanted to know if I could try and communicate with her friend.
It was too soon for spirit communication of any kind, but later that morning I did try and connect as promised. I felt we were dealing with a soul who was stuck, not quite knowing where she was after such a sudden death. I told Judy that we needed to help her friend find her way to spirit, to the light.
I asked her to remotely assist me in helping her friend in order to guide her to the light; I made suggestions to Judy on how to go about this. I felt that Judy’s friend was temporarily earth bound and that our guidance and prayers would help her, even if she chose to remain close to loved ones for the time being and make her presence known, until they were able to find some peace with her sad passing. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently, I had the pleasure of doing a mediumship reading for a lady whose husband had passed to spirit after 60 years of marriage.
She told me during the consultation that she wanted her husband to confirm something very important to her. Immediately, my guides said, “Yes, August 17th”. As I communicated this message to her she cried with tears of joy, saying that they had lost their son several years earlier. His birthday was August 17th and the confirmation that she required was that her husband had been reunited with their son in spirit. Read the rest of this entry »
Many Westerners remain fairly uneducated when it comes to the Eastern religions and spiritual traditions. For many Hinduism and Buddhism are belief systems they may have only heard of in passing.
According to Adherents.com, Buddhism is mainly associated with the Far East where, in Thailand, 95% of the population are Buddhists. In China, over 102 million people practice Buddhism and it is currently listed as the fourth most practiced belief system, with over 360 million practitioners worldwide. The first Buddha was a prince named Siddhartha Gautama. He was born into a wealthy family in Nepal (563 BC). He chose to leave his wealth and travel through his realm. Read the rest of this entry »
<<< Continued from Goddess Archetypes: Aphrodite
Persephone, also known as Proserpina, is one of the vulnerable goddesses, because she was so intertwined in relationships – first with her mother Demeter, then later with Hades. First, before her transformation into Queen of the Underworld, she was the Kore or Maiden. As Kore, she was a slender, beautiful young goddess, who is associated with fertility symbols such as the pomegranate, grain, corn, and narcissus, the flower that lured her.
As Queen of the Underworld, Persephone is a mature goddess who reigns over dead souls and guides the living who visit the underworld. She was the prime figure in the Eleusinian Mysteries, in which the Greeks experienced the return or renewal of life after death through Persephone’s annual return from the underworld. Read the rest of this entry »