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Near-Death Experiences Teach Us About Living

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comNear-death experiences have been in the public consciousness for some time now. The experience itself is rather universal across different cultures: a feeling of peace and serenity, as well as a glimpse of the world beyond, before returning to this life. Each of these experiences has a lesson to be learned for those still living, no matter who the survivor may be.

Maybe the most widely reported feeling by those who have had a near-death experience (NDE) is a renewed sense of purpose and meaning. A mundane life may lack these qualities (we think) until a brush with death reminds us why we live, and for whom – ourselves, our loved ones. Additionally, even those who previously said they were not spiritual may find themselves more drawn to the Divine and the mysteries of the Universe following a NDE.

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Basic Psychic Protection

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comDo you often feel drained and overly tired, edgy, out of sorts, depressed, oppressed? Do you feel that there may be entities around you that wish to harm you? To wait until you need psychic protection is often when it is already too late. Prevention is better than cure. The following are some of the basic ways I protect myself before doing psychic readings.

I first clear my mind. I take deep, long breaths, exhaling any tension or negative thoughts or energies. Then, with my eyes still closed, I envision a beam of pure white Divine light, coming from Heaven through the top of my head. I visualize it flowing through my entire body and down into the ground, re-grounding me to the earth.

Next I envision myself surrounded by a bubble of pure white Divine light of protection. I say a prayer of protection at this time.

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Prophecy And Belief

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe tradition of the ‘seer’ goes all the way back to the ancient Greek ages and before. For example, the Oracle at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, Greece, was sought after for advice and well-known for her ability to offer wise counsel and prophecy. She and her handmaidens bore a deep obligation to aiding in this tradition. If Caesar had listened to her forewarning, he may have not had such a terrifying demise.

For many moons, we have had prophets and forms of divination that require analysis, such as Astrology, which is a deep form of study, and precognition which is unique to the person dreaming it – to be analyzed by the dreamer, not the person who would want to interpret it, and manners of organization, which may have actually have developed alphabets. Having studied Nostradamus, I am a bit ambiguous on some of the stanzas he wrote, though the principle is interesting.

But what makes a seer a prophet? We know that both Jesus and Muhammad were prophets. Odin, the widely revered god in Germanic mythology, drank from a well and was given unlimited powers to protect his people. Then there was the King Of Byzantium and a Christian prophet in the southern region of Europe, Constantinople, who led a successful campaign to protect his people based on a prophetic dream. What these persons all have in common is that they seemed to predominate in historically defined times throughout human history, which can be traced and measured through divination. Continue reading

Religion, Superstition And Personal Spiritual Practice

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comReligion is not only a codified system of beliefs, it also includes rituals that some might label as superstitions. The difference between belief and superstition is experience. If you experience something it is a reality, for you, and you will believe it. If you don’t experience it, then it is only hearsay and without proof you don’t necessarily believe it. However, you might still engage in it, because you were ‘told’ it is true. The latter usually applies to religion. Sound familiar?

Superstitions are the building blocks of present day religions. People tithe the church, for example, because they were told that is what God expects and they will be rewarded with prosperity. Some people use guided meditations, or rituals and spells, to manifest what they want, without having any real experiences of feeling an energetic connection themselves.

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Your Angels As Your Co-Creators

click here for a free reading at PsychicAccess.comWhen we think of angels, we typically think of spiritual wisdom, guardianship, personal serenity and metaphysical insight. But did you know angels can also aid us in our creative pursuits? Have you ever heard of being inspired by a muse or divine inspiration? That is the sure sign of angels at work.

Two Archangels in particular, Jophiel (Beauty of God) and Uriel (Fire of God) are known for their association with creative inspiration. If you’re a creative person feeling stuck, or at a loss, call upon these angels for their assistance.

One of the easiest ways to do this is to create a vision board with a series of images and sayings which relate to your personal creative hopes and dreams. You may also include these two angels in your daily meditations or prayers. Or try writing an open letter to them. They are always listening and willing to help, but only if we call upon them for assistance.

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Pay Attention To Your Dreams

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI believe that all dreams have some level of meaning and value in our lives. Dreaming is not only the way the subconscious deals with our time-space, physical reality, but they often also have psychic or spiritual significance. I am a strong advocate of paying attention to our dreams, rather than just relegating them to the sidelines of our human experience.

Even our so-called ‘pizza dreams’ can hold significant meaning in our life. Pizza dreams are highly realistic and very bizarre dreams that we often believe actually happened when we wake up, despite them being outrageously improbable. They are called pizza dreams, because of the urban myth that we tend to have these disturbing dreams after eating too much pizza before we go to bed.

In working with dreams, the best thing you can do is to keep a record. Always keep a dream journal on your nightstand, or near your bed, along with a small, soft light and a pen. Whenever you awaken from a dream, write it down as many details as you can remember. This may initially only be a few key moments from the dream, but if you make this a habit you will eventually begin to remember more and more details from your dreams. Write everything down, no matter how weird or peculiar it may seem.

There are a few key things to remember when you begin the process of interpreting dreams. Firstly, intuitive dreams use symbolic language. There are a few general archetypes within dreams that are common symbols connected to the collective unconscious, but many symbols within dreams are usually individualized symbols. Continue reading

Measuring The Moment

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comTo be present within the moment is not observable – it is an experience. This has to be done by action. I have had to consciously practice this due to the intensity of my work, which requires me to be entirely mindful. I have to always work on grounding, and direct action.

If you have to work with the intellect a lot, you also have to do something that is physically stimulating, or that requires at least some motion as often as possible. All the senses can been heightened, yet without any type of motion knowledge is not useful. This is what I believe causes lack of motivation and a sense of disaffection.

This being said, many of us are always working on something, perhaps always in motion from, or towards something. But would mindfulness be something one could act on? I would have to say it is vital to do so.

I love every breath of the wind, every whorl in its wake. Within the stillness of its vacuum, there within, there is my motion. And within the step of one’s foot, there beneath my physical frame, there lies the earth… sighing beneath me, ready to crumble as I test its simplest structure. And as I go up into my journey’s sanctum… there upon the skies… there are always the myriad of birds. There I can see the sum of my knowledge. Continue reading

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