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Thoughts On Depression

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comClients sometimes call me regarding their own, or a loved one’s depression. Of course, I am not a medical practitioner and as a matter of course I always recommend that the caller seeks professional advice. However, a psychic reading can sometimes help the customer to unmask what might lie beneath their ‘blues’ from a spiritual perspective.

Lately, one cannot help but notice the media attention that mental health issues are being given here in Europe. Companies here are encouraged, for example, to acknowledge the mental health issues of their staff. The topic also receives much attention in the media, even with the help of celebrities and royalty.

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Suicide And The Afterlife

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe subject of suicide is not to be taken lightly, as there are so many misconceptions about it, and about what happens after. As a psychic medium, I worked more than my fair share of cases where a loved one committed suicide. To me, these are the most heartbreaking of tragedies. Many times there was no indication that a loved one was about to commit suicide. In other instances, it was expected.

In religious teachings suicide is often the number one act you don’t commit. According to some of these beliefs, those who take their own life will go to hell, or purgatory, or into the nothingness of space.

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Live Your Wild, Precious Life!

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.com“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” These words by Mary Oliver is my favorite inspirational quote, which I even use as the postscript in all my letters and emails. No matter our age, we will always have desires. They are an important part of what our soul came here to learn and experience.

In this life we go through it all: love, loss, sickness, grief, anger, hope, and joy. Some of our challenges can knock us off our game and leave us in the land of the lost.  We can feel like giving up on love, our dreams and desires, and numb out.

Before the movie The Bucket List was released, I was planning a transition from a fast-paced engineering job. I was contemplating early retirement and I wanted to take some gap time before going full-time in my metaphysical business.

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Looking Forward To My Next Incarnation

click here for a free reading at PsychicAccess.comI recently moved to an apartment building for senior citizens. And then it finally hit me – I am a senior now! I always feel like me on the inside, but our flesh-and-blood body goes through many changes during our lifetime. The ‘me’ that we always feel we are, is our ‘soul self.’

The other seniors that live here seem to be peaceful, while there also seems to be a lot of reflection on the past being done. Their auras are pretty easy for me to see. With a few of my fellow seniors I have seen a beautiful white ambience emanating from them.

Most people here are still pretty much independent. But where needed, many have nurses coming in to help them out. Also, to be honest, there are also people passing away from time to time. At first, this saddened and depressed me. It is almost like being on a train waiting to arrive at your stop. But then I thought… they are just changing trains to continue on their journey!

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A Psychic’s Perspective On Suicide

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI have had quite a wave of callers in recent months who are extremely concerned over threats their children or loved ones have been making about ending their own lives. No matter what the circumstances may be, such suicidal tendencies must always be taken very seriously and handled with kid gloves. Contacting a psychic should ideally not be the first course of action. There are specialist emergency help lines and dedicated suicide hotlines which do a wonderful job.

Psychics also receive calls sometimes from clients who feel everything in their lives has become futile, and that the world would be better off without them. These types of psychic consultations are among the most challenging that we as advisors ever have to offer. Sometimes it helps just to listen to a distraught soul, and advise them where their true life purpose might lie, but I always suggest that such callers seek the help of a professional counselor or therapist.

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Angels Are Everywhere

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comA few weeks ago I was out running some errands. At a red light I saw a homeless man with his sign. It looked professionally made and I thought to myself that someone must have made that sign for him? The words Homeless, God Bless, Donate If You Can were printed in perfect block letters.

I then intuited who made the signs for him. I saw that his daughter-in-law was making it for him. That led me to wonder why doesn’t he just live with his son and daughter-in-law? I have seen him on that corner before and always assumed he lived at a homeless mission, or under a bridge somewhere. But this time I remote viewed and saw him living by himself in what was a fairly nice apartment. I wondered then why he was saying he was homeless, if he had a nice apartment? Continue reading

The Cat Whisperer

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI recently had to take my cat, Max, to the vet. He hadn’t been feeling well and I woke up one morning sensing I needed to call the vet. I am glad I did, as he had an acute urinary tract infection. Male cats are more prone to getting these type of infections.

His medical emergency took me back to a time when I first felt the need to adopt cats. My best friend, who was an up-and-coming veterinarian at the time, encouraged me to adopt kitties. I felt at the time I couldn’t even have just one or two, because I didn’t want the responsibility, but as the years passed, I wound up adopting six in total!

What was very special to me about adopting these fur babies, was that my vet friend passed away in 2007. Her death impacted me to the point where I became despondent, until I adopted my first baby in 2009 in her memory. The rest is history. I would often joke with my ex that it was my dearly departed friend’s fault for us having so many cats.

It seemed like we adopted one after the other in a short period of only two years. Max was the last kitty we adopted. I didn’t want him at first, thinking we already had too many as it was. My ex had asked me three times in one week if I wanted Max, as he knew the owners and they were going to return him to the shelter. His previous owners didn’t want another cat, since their first cat ran away and returned to their home one night. Continue reading

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