Posts Tagged ‘intimacy’
There’s such a strong connection; I want to know how he feels about me?
Why is it that every time we get close, he pulls away and he won’t give me a commitment?
When will I hear from her again? I just know we’re so connected.
These are some of the typical questions I am often asked in psychic readings. But to me the obvious question should be: if you’re calling a psychic wondering what your love is thinking, feeling, or doing then how ‘connected’ can you really be?” Connection, by definition means: “joined; to show or think of as related”. So often, when we are consumed with the thoughts of another, we forget that there are other natural processes at work, like hormones, for example. Lust is pretty powerful stuff! If we don’t allow ourselves to become completely submerged in the intoxication, we can easily mistake it for love or connection – especially if they’re involved with someone else. Read the rest of this entry »
How much time have you put into your relationship? How much time, effort and in many cases money? Sometimes it comes down to this: is your partner worth your time and energy? Are they affecting your time with God, your children, your parents? Are you distancing yourself from those you love the most, because you are not happy in your relationship? Are you getting from your relationship what you need to feel connected to the divine spark within you?
Often times we date, marry and have children; then our spouses disconnect, they find that time with their friends is more important. They shift their priorities to the vices or hobbies of their friends and their most intimate relationship begins to suffer. Read the rest of this entry »
Have you ever been involved in a romantic relationship with a married man, or woman? I know firsthand what it feels like, and it can be very challenging.
Over the last eleven years I have read for clients that have had similar relationships and let me tell you, usually they end in heartbreak. That connection that you feel with a married woman or man is very real, but it doesn’t always mean that you will be together for the rest of your lives, and beyond.
We meet these people for a number of spiritual reasons, but in most cases it is to help each other transition into the next phase of our lives. And it does so for all parties involved. I guess there really isn’t a way to avoid making these connections, because they are destined to happen for a greater purpose, which we don’t understand until long after the relationship has ended. Every connection that we make, good or bad, is meant to be. But most of them are only meant to be temporary. Read the rest of this entry »
Numerologically speaking the year 2012 has absolutely nothing to do with the world coming to an untimely end. Many of us can recall about ten years ago the ‘end of the world’ was originally calculated to occur in 2112. It was a much more intriguing date due to the palindrome pattern, which can be construed as physically illustrating that “as it was in the beginning, so it shall be in the end.”
A number of factors may have influenced the date change, but the most plausible and easily accepted theory is simple commercialism. Armageddon sometime sells better than sex (remember the Y2K Millennium bug panic?)
It was only recently that a private religious cult once again made international headlines by predicting and preparing for the Rapture that was to take place on May 20, 2010. They had sold thousands of pieces of merchandise, took in thousands of dollars in donations and savings, and gained hundreds of followers. Whether it be fear, or hope for freedom from the mundane, the followers were willing to sacrifice their lives and their livelihoods for the cause. And we all know how that turned out. Read the rest of this entry »
As you experience the balance of equal night and equal day, so you are to see this as a reminder to reflect often on your own life-balance and how that often changes.
The goal is not to stay in balance every minute, hour and day, for that would look something like the logger who is dancing atop a spinning log in water, attempting to not fall in. Stressful, to say the least!
From our perspective, falling in is part of the process, and learning how to swim, and pull yourself out, and dance on the log again, are all important pieces to the equation of your life. The contrast being ‘out of balance’ brings to you assists you in making a fresh review of your priorities – dropping what no longer serves you and focusing your attention on that which you wish to make bigger in your life. Read the rest of this entry »
Ending is not literal at all, but rather a radical shift in imagination. For example, a woman’s father passes on. In her soul the relationship may now intensify and may become the dominant myth shaping her other relationships, her career, and every other aspect of her life.
Memories of her father may now become more vivid than ever, and new feelings may surface. He may be more influential in her life now than when he was alive.
Another example might be a man who divorces his wife, thinking that now his thoughts will turn toward a new life. With the struggle of decision and separation now passed, feelings formerly nudged out of awareness now come to the forefront. Read the rest of this entry »