Posts Tagged ‘intuitive’
When I started working in the psychic profession in 2001, I wanted a better order for what I felt was working for me. If indeed psychics and intuitives could work well together, then it would be good to teach our norms to non-psychic persons to give them the insight that they were not crazy and that indeed it was not a gift to be hoarded, but something to be shared in good spirit and with good conscience. What is needing teaching though is insight, and people are good at doing this in groups, yet it seems that it takes time for people to accept that opinion is not the same as insight, especially when applicable to persons they do not know.
In the many years I have worked as a psychic, I have been contacted by persons of all cultures who have a deep delight for our work, no matter where in the world, no matter what creed, what culture. I began to write, form interest groups and for many cases we continued to flourish in other creative areas, and as you know, psychic work should only really be done on people we know well, not on people we wish to know, in my opinion. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Empathic energy reading’ is a term I frequently use to describe the work I do. I was born empathic. That means that I can feel what others feel. I also know what people are thinking and basically can read their thoughts from an energy standpoint.
Don’t ask me how I do it, I just do. I am not unique. I have several family members who can do the same. Sound crazy? Maybe it is, but it works just the same.
Reading other people’s energy is something we all do. Ever walk into a room and got the feeling that you were not welcome? Well, that was empathic energy reading at its best. We all have the ability, but learning how to correctly read what you are feeling, and taking your fear and ego out of the equation, is a challenge. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently, I posted on social media about my daughter’s graduation, when she was awarded a degree in Psychology with high honors from a well-known university. I was really proud of her, and wanted to share it with the world.
Many friends and family commented on the post, with congratulatory excitement and kind remarks. But later that day, I noticed there was also a hurtful comment on that same post from my mother.
In the post I had misspelled the words summa cum laude and my mother’s comment read, “Ask your daughter how to spell summa cum laude.” That was it. It seemed short and cold. My heart sank. Not only from the public embarrassment of her comment, but more so from the insinuation that I lack intelligence. Read the rest of this entry »
I think having intuitive abilities, such as knowing things before they happen, seeing auras, and sensing negative and positive energy, is something we all can do. I just had a real knack for tapping into that part of my mind, because I spent a lot of time by myself in the outdoors, or in my bedroom, and steered clear of drama and human chaos. Also, I hardly ever was exposed to electromagnetic poisoning by way of modern technology.
I was not raised Catholic, but while on a walk one day, I found behind a church a lineup of saint statues. At the end of the row was Mother Mary. I remember very clearly sitting in front of her sculpture and seeing an angel next to her. I prayed, as I was taught to do from a very young age, to be shown what I will be doing in my future. I wished to see who I will be, or at least get a glimpse of what lay ahead for me. Read the rest of this entry »
As a parent or caregiver, it is important to nurture a child’s psychic gifts without labeling them. Labels such as “highly gifted,” or “Indigo,” or “Crystalline,” are descriptive, but may also harm the child’s psychic development.
Sometimes it’s tempting to place labels on children or guide them toward a path that may not even be right for them. Instead, adults need to take this spiritual journey along with their children. Encourage them to pursue their intuitions, and don’t try to discount or dismiss as ‘imaginary’ what they may tell you. Intuitive children are extremely sensitive to their environment, and they don’t miss a thing…even those things adults may not be able to perceive. Offering a permissive, open arena is key. Read the rest of this entry »
Since I was a very young child, I always believed I would become a teacher and held on to that belief until I was somewhere in my late 20s. It came as a complete surprise to me to discover that this was not where my life purpose was heading. It is so easy to see where misinterpretations occur as one tends to look back.
Teachers commonly resonate with the color brown. They are usually, calm, dedicated, certainly prepared for the unexpected, as this is sure to happen occasionally when dealing with children of any age.
Teachers and instructors are most often also the ones who will donate extra time and energy to outside causes and have a general concern for what is happening in their environment. Good teachers usually volunteer to assist with extracurricular activities and do not anticipate a payback relating to their time and energy. Read the rest of this entry »
A child born February 19th to March 20th is a Pisces. They are daydreamers. This helps them become the actors, writers, poets and innovators of the world. It is good to help your child balance this by helping them to stay in reality and remain grounded.
Pisces children are extremely intuitive, often psychic. Teach your Piscean to trust their intuition, but also to filter what they tell others. Not all visions should be shared.
They also tend to be empaths. Like most empaths, they may feel tired, sad or overwhelmed and may not know why. They may have been picking up others emotions. Teaching coping methods for these times is essential. We don’t want our Pisces children not to be empathic, as that is all of our natural state, but we don’t want them to be energy sponges, carrying around other people’s trauma. For this reason, they should be watched for depression and encouraged to talk about their feelings frequently, and in great detail. Read the rest of this entry »
People are drawn to empaths naturally. They tend to open up and pour out their souls to the empath, knowing instinctively that their secrets are safe and there is no judgment or condemnation. This is great, unless you are the empath who is burned out and exhausted with the weight of keeping everyone around you happy, with no one to talk to yourself.
I’ve been doing readings on Psychic Access for six years now, and during that time I’ve had the privilege of reading for several individuals who are born empaths, but were not aware of their innate gifts and abilities. They have since grown exponentially in their awareness and have learned to trust what is at the core of their being. Read the rest of this entry »