Posts Tagged ‘integrity’
As the months pass, we are being given more and more opportunities to decide on which side of the divide we stand – the side of the world, or the side of the Divine. I believe that September was the first apex of that decision-making on a soul level.
Our souls speak to us in many different ways, and they have many different instruments to use. Whether we like it or not, last month so many of us were being called to re-assess our relationships, our jobs, our health, our lifestyles, and, ultimately, our relationships with ourselves and with the Divine. Read the rest of this entry »
In the few months I have been with Psychic Access, I have had such a warm welcome from clients, fellow readers and the rest of the psychic team, that it feels like home already. And the more I feel settled, the more the readings flow and are affirmed in reality.
Recently, I was surprised by three of the most unlikely of clients calling in to say thank you, which was such a gift. By unlikely I mean, clients who were at first highly dubious of things that have come through in their readings. Thinking about those calls started me musing on the nature of readings, and the necessity for staying in integrity as a psychic reader.
My commitment is to only ever read with integrity, by conveying only what I am shown by guides – good or bad. Sometimes, as an empath, this can be challenging when it is not what the person wants to hear – however kindly I may relay the information, and however much I foresee the bigger picture leading to a better place. Read the rest of this entry »
We are excited today to talk with you about your relationships. And these relationships always begin with yourself. We invite you now to take a deep breath allowing yourself to open to receive all the love that you are.
When you focus on your own personal love, self-love, joy and eternal bliss that is where your power lies. Your relationship with yourself is the most important relationship that you will ever have aside from the relationship you have with God, with Spirit, with the Universe.
And so when you focus inward, and do all that you can do to nurture and honor and feel deep gratitude for that which you are it spills out into all of the relationships that you engage in here on this planet, in this space. So, if you are not happy in a relationship in your life the first place to look, to change, to question isn’t the other person, it is always yourself. Read the rest of this entry »
Angels are here to support, guide and comfort us in our daily lives, not to live our lives for us, or make decisions on our behalf. We grow in strength, wisdom, character and self-esteem when we face and overcome challenges.
There are of course many stories of angels intervening in life-threatening situations, which is wonderful. This phenomenon has been well-documented.
Over the years, I have seen time and time again that some of the key primary purposes of the angels in our lives is to remind and reinforce for us that we:
- are not alone;
- we can and will overcome the challenge that is in front of us at the moment;
- we can link back into the best part of our hearts, which is where our true strength lies. It is that part of us which they hold sacred for us.
Courage is a choice. It is available to all of us, not just a select few. Courage begins with the desire to want something different in your life, something more. Courage often comes when we get tired of being beaten down and are ready to rise up and claim the powerful being that you are.
In every moment you have the right, the power, the choice to be courageous, or weak. Sometimes courage is not bold, or loud, or executable. Sometimes courage is quiet, and graceful, and still. Courage is not always the bull in the China shop, but the mouse in the corner watching and waiting. Courage comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s a word, a look, or the way you hold yourself. Sometimes it is the unspoken words, or the action left undone. It is easy to let ego overpower you and run rampant with your words and actions. It takes courage and grace to pause, and take a deep breath, and then proceed with thought and loving intention. Read the rest of this entry »
Psychosocial balance is tricky for the empath. It requires managing expectations, checking our reactions and emotions, and most especially setting boundaries. Because it is so easy for us to link into the feelings and emotions of those around us, empaths often forget that others may not respond in kind.
For the empath it’s all about balancing your intuitive gifts with your expectations, and finally your responses. Work, friendships, relationships, all the things that encompass our daily lives, require vigilance to ensure that balance is maintained, or chaos will ensue.
For the Type A empath, jobs, friendships and relationships can end very abruptly with major repercussions. The more assertive empath tends to have the motto of “do unto others before they do unto you.” They will leave a job, a relationship or a friendship at the drop of a hat. The more subdued, timid empath tends to stay in miserable job situations, one-sided friendships, and sometimes downright abusive intimate relationships. Read the rest of this entry »
Where does magic come from? And, if we’re magical, can we lose our magic? We’re all born magical creatures. We also have integrity right from the moment we take our first breath. You may ask, what does integrity have to do with magic? Well, everything!
However, immediately upon emerging from the birth canal, life as we know it starts imprinting upon us its cultural view points. Often, they become a kind of law that has been validated over and over throughout many generations, even entire epochs in our evolution as human beings, and we are discouraged from questioning their origin, much less their validity. Read the rest of this entry »