Posts Tagged ‘ideas’
Thoughts are a very important aspect in life. If you are having a good thought, you’re having a good day. If you are having a bad thought, you are having a bad day. Thoughts are vital in our daily life design. Thoughts can make you, or break you.
It all starts with your thinking. You can decide if you’re going to be having a good day, or bad day. You are the only one who can decide if you are going to think negative or positive thoughts. You alone own the power of your thoughts.
Think about it. You could be having the greatest day in your life and all of a sudden you think of something negative and the good day just turned into an awful day. You alone have the power to control your thoughts. Only you know your thoughts. You also have the power to share them, or to keep them to yourself. Your thoughts are yours. No one knows your thoughts, but yourself. It is something private. Read the rest of this entry »
With so much emphasis being placed on conveying emotion in communication, problems can sometimes occur because reason is not adequately being utilized. This kind of dissemination of ideas or thoughts without proper logical analysis, is what I call ‘repeaters’ by gifted mind readers.
The problem with this is that when you have highly charged psychic information, people tend to throw it out based on its emotional content. This can supercharge their sense of importance, relaying information to the wrong (or right) people. In so much, I feel that most information that can be conveyed needs to go back to emotional conveyance, rather than information. Read the rest of this entry »
What is the point of being able to deliver a telepathic message when the effort to deliver it can be obscured by the very person’s intent? What I have noticed is that an unusually high number of people are now becoming more telepathic, which is causing them great concern, and is confusing to them. This is leaving me with the notion of the difference between true thoughts, fleeting thoughts and true empathy, which in itself can also be fleeting.
If this is indeed true, what I have noticed is the same propensity of people to thought-obscure as they can thought-communicate. So, in other words, you can notice the same patterns or types of persons who lie, even when they ‘think to you’ ideas as they can talk to you in real life. This can be frustrating. Just because someone is sending you a thought or complete idea doth not make it true. You need time to evaluate it. Read the rest of this entry »
The Moon has always been a mysterious thing to me. I look at it and I feel a sense of comfort, and a sense of wonder. Do you also stare in wonder at the Moon sometimes? Then this blog post is for you.
I am not a Wiccan. However, I do like to take advantage of what God has given us to use in our lives. And I believe we can use the power of the Moon.
Ken Biles of Cyber Witchcraft explains how all people are affected by the Moon. First responders in emergency services will most likely tell you that things can get a little unusual around the time of a Full Moon. This is a truism without scientific proof. Read the rest of this entry »
Creating a sacred space within our homes is essential to our well-being and emotional health. How many times have you needed a time out, or place of refuge to clear your mind? Seeking peace and balance is vital, with all of the breakdowns and breakthroughs occurring in our personal lives, and the world today.
You don’t need to invest much money since simplicity is key. From past experience, the best place to start is by removing all the ‘stuff’ in your living space that is no longer needed, or wanted. Sell it. Donate it. Or toss it – depending on the value and sentiment. Read the rest of this entry »
I awoke this morning remembering a dream that felt so real. Dreams are so mysterious. Like the deep sea, there is much uncharted territory in the dream realm. My dreams are special to me and I try to listen to their messages.
I’m not alone in my fascination with the dream state – nearly every culture throughout history has valued the wisdom and spiritual depth contained in dreams. Native Americans saw dreams as another form of reality and a doorway to spiritual awareness. They valued the messages dreams conveyed and saw them as guides for the living. Many cultures have tried to interpret the important messages dreams communicate about our lives and some cultures traditionally perform sacred rituals to elicit dreams. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people believe that we come onto the planet at a particular time and arrive at a particular place of our own choosing. There are diverse theories as to the accuracy of this idea, but let us pretend for a minute that it is a spiritual truth. Would it not then follow that we also choose when we will leave this earthly plane and where we will leave it from?
If this is the case, would we not also know when we are preparing to leave? Do we know before our own moment arrives? We may have a loved one be away on a trip when a fatal accident occurs. That would certainly prevent us from having the opportunity of saying our final goodbye. Others might have a long lingering illness before finally succumbing, but at least those remaining behind could endeavor to prepare for the grieving process that inevitably will ensue. Read the rest of this entry »
There are many people who want to be exceptional in every aspect of their lives, but who struggle to muster the courage to see it through. They want a better job, more love, more money, to be physically fit… the list goes on. They feel that they are here to do more and that they can do more. It is like an inner voice that “calls to them” to be more, do more. But often the call is ignored, or feared, due to a lack of courage.
The trouble is that during the formative years of our life someone rolled their eyes when we boldly declared, “I want to go to medical school and find the cure for cancer.” Or, “I want to be an astronaut or Olympic skier.” Our heartfelt declarations were maybe met with someone telling us our ambitions were stupid and annoying, or we were simply ignored. Read the rest of this entry »