Posts Tagged ‘Life Coach’
If you’re dealing with a recent job loss, please know that I do empathize with you, because I’ve been there! In February 2005, I was fired from my job as a pharmacist. After dealing with the initial shock, fear, and worry, and also getting myself clean and sober in May 2005, I came to develop a plan that worked for me. I call it the Four R’s: Regroup, Reflect, Recruit, and Recover.
After you’ve experienced the disgust surrounding your situation, you need to find ways to support yourself, not only in a financial sense, but spiritually as well. Read the rest of this entry »
When I first moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, I learned that if you want to get around quickly, it’s best to walk everywhere. All the time spent walking gave me the opportunity to observe a lot about myself and my thoughts, as I ventured through various nooks and crannies of the city. On these walks, I also encountered interesting sights, fascinating people, and many exciting places, including bookstores and restaurants.
Sitting on the steps of Sproul Plaza, at the University of California, Berkeley, I always found a ragged looking elderly man. He perched himself on the edge of the curb with a Marie Callender’s pie tin to collect money. But he was no victim; his energy was combative. He would yell at passersby, “I hate you!” If at all possible, people avoided him by crossing the street. His words still reached their ears, but that 50 foot distance gave at least some reprieve. Read the rest of this entry »
As a Tarot reader through many seasons, I have seen for myself where interpretation, listening to instinct and understanding the true meaning behind the cards makes for a better and more rounded reading. But perhaps the Tarot in and of itself will want to play tricks on you. This too I have seen many times!
People tend to misunderstand the Tarot, its meaning, and more importantly, its true purpose. It was never intended as a fortune telling tool per se. It can only be through careful study and a willingness to open one’s mind and heart, that reading the Tarot can be truly successfully mastered. Yes, even to the point of predicting time frames – something clients love, of course, but which can be very tricky to predict. Reading the cards correctly and imparting correct advise is crucial when it comes to time prediction. Read the rest of this entry »
Recent psychic readings, and the sort of questions clients have been asking, have made me all the more aware of the responsibility of the work we do. A few words alone, a recommended path to follow, or a suggested course of action we advise, can have a huge impact on people’s lives.
When I find myself feeling hopeless at the plight of the world, and its people and animals, I always remind myself: if I can just make a difference to the life of one person or animal today, then it’s all worth it.
In 2004, I was working at a psychic fayre one Saturday. Before visitors arrived, one of the other psychics asked me to read for her, and insisted that she read for me in return. Her reading was so negative and threw me so off balance that I packed up for the day and went home. Read the rest of this entry »
Preparing yourself appropriately for a psychic reading will help to clear the “cobwebs” away, so you can get the most out of the session.
Before your reading, choose a quiet place where you will feel relaxed and can be alone, free from distractions. Next, make yourself feel comfortable and focused with a little ritual. For example, you could dim the lights, burn a bit of your favorite incense, or light a candle. You could simply sit in a room where you spend most of your time at home, meditate, hold a rosary, or your favorite crystal.
Breathe and relax. Relax your hands. Think about your issues, and formulate the questions that you want to ask the psychic. Try to be as specific as possible. When you ask your question, your psychic will be able to tune into your energies much more clearly. Read the rest of this entry »
When seeking guidance, a good spiritual counselor or psychic advisor can give hard, practical advice. They can be like compasses in a dark night, and they can read the signs and be forces of measure when there is no point of reference.
Some, like astrologers or diviners, simply watch for patterns, tides and symbols to pass on their messages; like data readers of the Divine they can look for clues for their clients, organize ideas and offer orientation and direction. Yet, without the reference of personal experience (the common point of comfort that our clients seek) many problems cannot be properly addressed in people’s lives. Read the rest of this entry »
The world and its people are increasingly going through an awakening process. More and more people are waking up and asking if they can become psychic, or be more psychic. The answer is definitely, yes!
Most people are born with many natural psychic gifts. Through the process of growing up, and sometimes religious stifling of these gifts, they get subdued and often turned off. When you go through an awakening process, your abilities get turned back on.
Then, like any muscle that is be retrained, you start off slowly using the gifts and gradually, with effort and practice, you can develop very powerful psychic abilities. The key is to use the abilities on a regular basis.
People will be stronger in different psychic gifts. Just as some people are musically inclined, and others are not so much, some people have stronger natural psychic gifts and may be stronger in one or two than in the others. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Seeing’ things that are hidden from the awareness of others is also something that has been a natural part of most of my life.
Having extra-sensory perception (ESP) since childhood developed into a career sixteen years ago of doing readings for people over the internet.
Over the years my skills at interpreting messages that I get from reading people, and seeing hidden information, have become sharper and this work has become more and more rewarding.
So, it was only natural when I decided seven years ago to become a Life Coach that I would blend these two career paths into the profession of being an Empathic Coach. Read the rest of this entry »