Posts Tagged ‘group mentality’
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 »
These questions evade answer, due to the complex mathematics involved. Simply put, nobody knows when the Astrological Ages begin or end.
Why? Well, the answer lies in one very special phenomenon – one that was evident, amazingly enough, to the ancients. This phenomenon is known as the precession of the equinoxes. It’s a “precession” instead of a “procession” simply because the celestial movements involved are going backward, and not forward. We’re not moving from the Age of Aries, to the Age of Taurus, to the Age of Gemini. We’re moving backward, from the Age of Taurus, to Aries, then Pisces and finally, Aquarius. Read the rest of this entry »
Humans’ perfectionist tendencies arise in all forms of study, application and discipline. This is most apparent in spiritual endeavors. This is as yet an unproven voyage or ascension that people of all cultures seem to believe in. This serves to help us survive reality, survive loss and connect with loss in a more positive manner. Many people have respected their ancestors and still do perform rituals. These caring gestures can be uplifting but also estranging, jettisoning us into a world that we can only dream of, never touch and only abstractly understand.
The ascension process has many pitfalls and points of despair. It is as if the common theme in all ascension is some form of penance, suffering or denial of the physical body. This denial to me is somewhat unnatural and can be taken into forms of zeal and eventually political extremism that has no benefit except for the illogical conclusion that one will be assured a safe place in paradise. Read the rest of this entry »
I recently read a book entitled Lifetide: The Biology of the Unconscious by Lyall Watson. Watson describes a 30 year research project on the Japanese monkey known as Macaca Fuscata. Scientists placed sweet potatoes in the sand for the monkeys to eat on the island of Koshima. Although the monkeys liked the sweet potatoes, they didn’t like the sand. One of the female monkeys discovered that she could wash the potatoes and showed her mother how to do so. Her friends and their mothers also learned how to wash the potatoes.
Between 1952 and 1958 the scientists recorded the activity of the monkeys as they each learned to wash the sweet potatoes. Once one hundred of the monkeys had learned to wash the potatoes, all monkeys on the island suddenly began to do the same. It was as though the number one hundred was a critical mass that then caused the behavior to magically spread across the whole island. What is even more astonishing is that monkeys on other islands began to do the exact same thing! Read the rest of this entry »
The most exponential time of growth in children’s powers have always been traditionally around the time kids are starting to become adults, and with the changes of emotional volatility, parents must be aware of all the energies and ideas that will be available to their kids.
To children, in a position of powerlessness, with no rights to vote, work or leave their families despite their apparent maturity, this age opens up a slew of interesting, powerful and also useless notions that can leave them confused and highly susceptible.
We as adults should be doing research into psychic abilities and explain to them the difference between spirituality, religion and psychic work. Spirituality is often an amalgamation of different ideas, a blend of ideals that help a person feel better. Religion is an ordered and structured set of moral laws to accompany the spiritual ideals for people. Psychic work can be utilized in both aspects, and have been over the ages, which is where we have historical prophets. In truth though some people seem to prefer using psychics to distance others from their spiritual truths, as the mind of man will supersede the mind of god, thus allowing for both the freedom to grow but also no foundation upon which to grow from. Read the rest of this entry »
The word ‘choice’ seems to have that curious quality of making people feel that they have a future because there are many. If the wrong choice is made, they would have according to lore omitted an obvious answer and messed something up so badly by making yet another obvious and painful mistake, usually to the same obvious and painful detriment that most people would frown upon. According to the myth of choice, we all have the moral and emotional fortitude to steer clear from making the bad decisions in the first place.
I often worry about my clients self perception as it guides their future actions. They often seem to put themselves down and blame themselves almost exclusively for the ending of their relationships, and often their entire life. So it’s this moral clause of ‘She is alone because she chooses to’ or ‘is sick because she wants to be’ that is pervasive in our success oriented society. And with that they infer that we keep making the same wrong decisions not just once, but over and over again and are idiotically purposefully continuing to press the wrong button, over and over. Read the rest of this entry »
Our fears can cause us to miss out on a lot of experiences and opportunities. Don’t let your fears rob you of your life. At the same time don’t mistake your not wanting to entertain certain people, or put yourself in certain situations, as a sign of fear. Give that up right now!
There is a huge difference between not doing something out of fear and simply not wanting to do something, because you just know it is not the right thing to do for you and it is not serving the greatest good in your life.
It is important to protect our energy field from negative, draining people. It can actually be unhealthy for us to force ourselves to do things we don’t want to do. We need to move through life with caution. Paying attention to our internal guidance system or intuition can help with this. To me that is God taking to me from within. I listen to my inner guidance all the time and it saves me a lot of time and energy. It also keeps me from saying, “Shoot, if only I would have listened to that inner voice!” Read the rest of this entry »
I admit to sometimes wondering if there is a niche in my business for what I do – as I would vehemently contest that I am not a psychic. To me this title conveys a few meanings and stereotypes – and I do not fit any of them. I am of no particular culture with a mixed heritage. I do not believe in Crystal work (and in fact do not agree with their use as they are an environmental heritage and not an essential tool. One Crystal can take a few million years to grow). I do not believe in sorcery or witchcraft. I do not believe in controlling people or being controlled by people and magic. I do not have to use any tools, except when clients wish for predictions. I do not advertise making predictions as I am not comfortable with taking a person’s power away or giving it to them. I do not wish to ‘mess with karma or decision making’. Strictly speaking, in theory – as we are all telepaths – am I as a trained empathy or telepath, any more ‘psychic’ or just more experienced? I do have dreams that are prophetic – but I study my clients’ dreams and they can be too. Read the rest of this entry »