Posts Tagged ‘Life Design’
During my psychic readings over the years I have had many of my clients around the world asking about a special person in their lives. Often the thoughts and feeling they experience with this person are so real, and the connection feels very strong right away. The way they explain the feeling to me is that they feel like they have known that person their whole life.
If they have just met very recently, and feel this kind of connection, there is often a past life connection or soul agreement. Once you make this kind of connection with someone then you have a fair chance to see where the relationship leads to. Read the rest of this entry »
Delay is sometimes more important than we realize. We often berate ourselves for not doing something on time, perhaps it’s not going to visit someone, or not picking up the telephone to make a call to someone who might feel better just knowing that we care, but there are always reasons for delays.
Very often we can’t see it, but there’s a plan at work in our lives and the lives of every individual on this planet. When we try to force things to happen, they often don’t do the good that we anticipated they would. This is because there is a perfect time for everything, and in our eagerness to think that we’re important we can ignore subtle clues that the universe is giving us. Think back on your life. Very often, when you have kept postponing doing something, or something hasn’t happened in what you might have considered to be the ‘right’ time, it has worked out perfectly anyway! In fact, probably more perfectly than you could have imagined. Read the rest of this entry »
Jodi Picoult writes, “Is Fate getting what you deserve, or deserving what you get?” As an idealist, I consider these words to be my creed.
Each day I make choices about what I eat, drink, say, or do. Many years ago when I was very young, I made the decision that The Eight-Fold Path of Buddhism was an easy way to self-access my behavior:
(1) Right view – to see and understand things as they really are
(2) Right intention – commitment to ethical and mental self-improvement Read the rest of this entry »
To become more, to expand, and to seek more complete expression is inherent in our human condition, because it is an innate quality we possess due to our original spiritual nature. ‘Increasing’ or ‘becoming’ is what drives the expansion of the entire Conscious Universe.
We are each of us a mirror reflection of the Universal Source; we are created in the image of the Divine. We are a perfect imprint of the magnificent Holographic Web of Consciousness. And because we are spiritual beings who reflect the Divine in physical form, we also possess the innate qualities of Divinity. We are self-aware and conscious; we have the capacity for reason, sentience, imagination and creative thought; we command creative freedom and the metaphysical power to manifest; and we have the capacity for complete self-actualization, individuation and transcendence. All these qualities are the expression of our inner Divinity, a direct reflection and extension of the Higher Self. Read the rest of this entry »
What is happening in your life today is a result of your own decisions and actions. This applies to all our decisions and actions – present and past. There is no one else to blame.
Most people don’t understand that every thought we have and every action creates karma and shapes our destiny. All of our thoughts have wings. If your thoughts are positive, then you will create good karma and positive outcomes in your life. If they are negative then you will create bad karma, and unwanted outcomes.
So, basically, if you look at your life you see the results of your choices and decisions. Whatever your life is today, it is what you have manifested, with or without your knowing, by your own thoughts, and actions. Read the rest of this entry »
I discovered this axiom years ago when reading quotes from major religions, and when I remember to keep it in the forefront of my mind and imagination, it works wonders on my perspective about what I find myself dealing with in everyday life.
We have the power to be in the middle of our lives rather than at the mercy of our lives, and the foundation of that power is perspective.
For example, the above proverb is all about perspective and personal power. Struggle is a fact of life. Challenges will always present themselves to us no matter what social position, education, or gifts we have. We can ask our higher power to help us have lighter burdens, or we can ask for the capacity to cope with what life brings (broader shoulders). And, the ironic thing is that asking for broader shoulders can actually change our perception of our burdens, making them seem lighter, and thus, changing our perspective. Read the rest of this entry »
We all have desires in life, and it’s natural to want happy outcomes and perfect endings to the stories in the book of our lives. But what happens when we have that, “I just know it’s going to work out” feeling, and then a psychic reading comes along and bursts our bubble?
Sometimes, when a person consults a psychic, they are sure that their ex-lover is going to come back, or that they are going to get that perfect job. They are looking for confirmation from the psychic that their own intuitions are accurate and everything is going to work out in an ideal way. But then, when the psychic foresees pitfalls and problems, the person can become discouraged, or even angry. This is when many claim that the psychic was not accurate, or could not connect to their situation. And this is also when some psychics tend to smile sweetly at their client and begin to sugar coat the reading. Both of these reactions however, are completely unwarranted. Read the rest of this entry »
Early in life I looked for comfort in nature. As a rejected only child (my parents wanted six sons), I was often wandering on my own in nature’s garden. Long-term friendships did not exist, because my dad was in the military. We moved as much as seven times in nine months. Nature was my trusted playmate and my elder teacher.
My strong religious upbringing gave me cause to read a great deal, but dual faiths in one household sent me mixed messages, so I questioned everything related to the patriarchal faiths of my parents. Read the rest of this entry »