Posts Tagged ‘herbs’
A client I read for on a regular basis, called me the other day about a dearly departed relative. Her grandmother crossed over to the spirit realm recently, and she was hoping to connect with her in a mediumship session. She and her grandma made a promise to one another that they would attempt to connect after her passing.
About a year ago she had told me her grandma was going to be entering a hospice center. I had told her then to spend as much time as she could with her granny, and fortunately she did. She would bring granny some of her favorite things and would read to her. She loved this, since her vision had declined a lot in recent years and she could no longer read for herself. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people encounter negative energies in their workplace. Some of my clients have experienced co-workers who are major backstabbers, employers who treat them unfairly, and just a generally negative vibe altogether! There are, however, some spiritual things you can do right now to protect yourself and your energy in such circumstances.
The Universe sometimes is using people, places and things to tell us to either make changes in our own lives, or move on to another place of employment. This is where a good psychic advisor can help you determine whether you should stay, or go. The point is to pay attention to the signs that show up in your life.
In the meantime, it is good to use the powerful energy of the Universe, and the spiritual and metaphysical tools at your disposal, to help you get through these times of turbulence. Here are some psychic protection tips I have personally used with success in my life. Read the rest of this entry »
Faeries love fun and love to play! When you are experiencing a creative phase, or feeling called to go outdoors, or into the garden, there’s a good chance you are being called out to have some fun and free spirited playtime with the faeries.
Typically, faeries, or fae, are easiest for us to connect with during the times of year when seasonal energy portals are open on the cross quarters holidays of the Summer and Winter Solstice, and Spring and Fall Equinox. These times are traditionally also celebrated in the ancient pagan festivals and religious holy days of Imbolc (Saint Brigid’s Day) on February 1st, Ostara (Easter) on March 21st, Beltane (St. Walburga’s Day)on May 1st, Litha (St John’s Day) on June 20th, Lammas (Loaf Mass Day) on August 1st, and Samhain (All Saints’ Day) on October 31st. Read the rest of this entry »
The Isle of Avalon is a mythical place of healing, psychic learning, crafting, and the life and times of King Arthur. Figures such as Morgan Le Fay, King Arthur and Merlin the Magician are just a few legendary names associated with this Holy Isle. Though no longer here in the physical world, Avalon is still accessible through the inner worlds by way of meditation or immrama, an Irish-Welsh word meaning ‘spiritual journey on the astral plane.’
Avalon was known as training ground for priestesses who dedicated their life to spirituality, and to the Great Mother Goddess. These women trained in the arts of clairvoyance, herbalism, weaving and devotion to the Divine feminine. Read the rest of this entry »
I love lavender. It is the one herb and essential oil that most people love and it has many benefits, including helping you relax and sleep better. It is one of the few oils that can be used on babies and is well-tolerated by most people. Besides smelling amazing, the plant also looks fabulous!
Essential oils are the healing properties found in plants and can be very therapeutic. Essential oils are an easy way to get the healing properties of herbs into your life and they are less messy. Lavender is relatively inexpensive and readily available at most pharmacies and health food stores.
Please check with your health practitioner before using any essential oils or herbs, especially if you are not well, or taking medication. Never use these products if you are pregnant or nursing. Read the rest of this entry »
If you were to enter my garden in England, one of the first things your eyes may be drawn to is a gorgeous hanging basket full of purple petunias. I put it there for several reasons, and not just to gaze upon its beauty. No, it hangs where it hangs because of how it makes me feel.
Flowers are metaphysically powerful and can assist you in obtaining emotional and spiritual well-being. My purple petunias make me feel motivated and brimming with wellness. Okay, this may seem like a bold statement, but flowers truly are magical in that they can help enhance your productivity, overall happiness, soothe any sensitivity in your life and help to motivate you at the same time. And yes, they can do this for you by just looking at them. Read the rest of this entry »
This morning a few from my group gathered to sit in the blessed Current Room together. I was thrilled to be motioned into the second room for the more advanced mediums – it is quite an honor. Heather Cumming was quite lovely taking us through a beautiful blessing and healing meditation channeled by the Casa Entities.
I brought all the names of the people on my healing list, as well as all the photos of those who registered for distance healing and who wanted to be on herbs. I prayed over everyone for four solid hours, while sitting there in Current.
I could hear the shuffling of feet as the lines came through to pass before Medium João. It was an honor and a privilege to pray for them and to hold the space of love and light where healing is complete. Read the rest of this entry »
Throughout the millennia, the worship of animals has only been superseded by the worship of plants and minerals. In 1893, Gloria Mundi said that “all animals, trees, herbs, stones, metals and minerals grow to attain their perfection, without necessarily being touched by any human hand.” This pristine state was exemplified in its most nascent state in its form seeds.
Apart from the agricultural uses, seeds were used as a currency, not only for food, but also as a form of diplomacy, learning and trade between warring and emerging cultures. Many new foods and cultures and religions emerged through the exchange of foods and cuisine, but not only that, to be delighted over and understood and worshipped – the most delightful maker of bonds. Read the rest of this entry »