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The Transmutation Power of Crystals and Stones

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe beneficial powers of gemstones and crystals is well-known in the psychic and metaphysical community. Many of us use them in our daily spiritual work. One of the most amazing things crystals and stones do for us is to transmute energy, that is to say, change negative energies into powerful healing.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the more popular crystals and stones and their individual energy properties. Remember, if you choose to use any of these crystals in your daily practice, their energies can be combined, depending on your individual needs.

Rose Quartz

Shades of pink, milky or opaque

Represents the planet Venus, and the signs of Taurus and Libra.

Not surprisingly, given its connection to Venus, this stone contains energies of universal and healing love. Many practitioners use it to increase levels of compassion for others, or before and after a session for grounding.

Rose quartz will help us to rid ourselves of fear, anger, jealously, or aggressiveness. It can also help us in a journey to let go of loved ones we have lost.

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Relationships Are Transpersonal Mirrors

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comRelationships come in all shapes and sizes, just like people. No one relationship is ever the same, nor can it be compared to, or competed with. Every relationship is dynamic and has a plethora of unique characteristic.

Our multi-faceted, highly complex relationships define us. They mold, shift, alter, arrange, blend, extricate, cajole, and elicit both the best and worst in us. Much is entailed in the transpersonal acrobatics we set off, in order to be effective in getting what we want from others. Dare I mention, on top of all that, the clandestine involvements we keep secret?

If and when we concentrate our distorted perceptions on what we’re getting from the relationship, instead of simply ‘showing up for the gig,’ we wouldn’t miss a vitally important aspect of each relationship: the opportunity to see ourselves more truthfully and clearly. In fact, relationships are the crystal clear mirrors of who and what we truly are.

It’s too easy to get ‘hung up’ on the blinding effect of erratic dancing in the blurred shadows of external forces operating in our various, multi-layered relationships. We can, however, learn much about ourselves, should we be vested enough to add sufficient interest, inclination, effort, actual involvement and committed attention in proportions necessary to solicit hidden motives from ourselves. Then we will reap the astounding benefits of self-disclosure.

By becoming more acutely aware of the whole, perplexing, spidery-webbed picture, we render a much better receptive state of mind. This sponge-like mindset solicits an initial discovery phase, in which much of our inner motivations can be clearly seen.

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Isolation Is An Opportunity For Deeper Practice

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comIn the challenging circumstances we are now facing all over the world, many people are facing a period of self-isolation, social distancing, and even quarantine, in the interest of public health. Despite its impact on our lives and economy, a lot of good can also come from this, as it can be approached as an opportunity for spiritual retreat and inner growth.

In many spiritual traditions, solitude and isolation is actually considered essential. And it is not a spiritual practice reserved only for gurus, monks or initiates. It is in fact recommended for everyone to spend some alone time with their thoughts, and their spiritual practice.

Now, I am not talking about a luxury weekend retreat somewhere, on a sunny coast, in the mountains, or in a quaint monastery with beautiful gardens and amazing food. That sort of thing you can do any time of the year, and simply call it vacation!

Isolation is the doorway to an internal practice that leads to a more stable, fulfilled life, among other things. Why more stable? Because everything that we do in isolation, even if we are living with someone else, resonates in our mind in a much deeper sense than usual. Of course, if you do live with a partner or family, there is also the option of doing these practices together, but solitary is usually best.

If you regularly meditate, or pray, or repeat mantras, alone and without distractions, you will feel the powerful ‘echoes’ of those practices energetically. This is true and easy to see, as long as you do not turn on the TV immediately afterwards. I call this a deeper practice.

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Resentment And The Empath

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comDo you have a tendency to re-experience past injustices — real or perceived – while holding on to those old feelings of anger connected to them? If so, it means you are harboring some form of resentment. Empaths are especially prone to resentment, simply because we tap into emotions, past, present, and future, much more than most people.

Resentment forms when we become angry towards a person or situation, and then hold onto that anger. Some people harbor their resentments for many years, refusing to let go of it. Over time, whatever caused the original anger and initially led to the resentment, may be forgotten, but the resentment remains. It is like a still-smoldering ember left after the flames of a fire have subsided. The fire no longer rages, but the ember remains smoldering, and all it takes is a spark to set that fire raging again.

For the empath this rekindled ‘fire’ may be triggered every time they enter a new relationship. No harm has been done, yet, but the empath may be so on guard, and overly vigilant to any slight that resembles their past hurt, that it easily sets off another destructive blaze. They expect the worst and try to protect themselves against it, but in the process the thing they fear the most may re-emerge from the past, unhealed resentment.

For many empaths, lack of boundaries also lead to dashed expectations, typically followed by resentment. As an empath, you feel the heart of the person, and know that there is love. Once connected into the, “I know they love me,” their bad behavior can be overlooked. Continue reading

Meditation Made Easy

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comNo doubt you’ve heard of the many physical, mental and spiritual benefits of meditation. And like many people, you are keen to give it a go, but still don’t know where to start? Well, it doesn’t have to be complicated or intimidating. According to Shunryu Suzuki, the Sōtō Zen master who helped popularize Zen Buddhism in the United States, approaching meditation with a beginner’s mind is actually ideal.

The most common misconception it that meditation is a state of “thinking of nothing” or “clearing your mind.” It is simply impossible to not think at all. One would basically have to be totally unconscious to achieve that. Instead, meditation is a spiritual practice in which we learn to be more mindful – to center, breathe, and achieve greater calm, inner peace and clarity.

Meditation is about embracing whatever is happening in the present moment, but without getting caught up in any of it. Meditation is about going with the flow, instead of resisting or suppressing your thoughts and feelings.

Meditation in its various forms has been practiced by cultures all over the world for millennia. The oldest documented evidence of the practice of meditation has been found in ancient Indian wall art that dates back to approximately 5,000 to 3,500 BC.

Meditation is an awareness practice, or an enhanced state of consciousness. It does not have to be associated with a specific religion or spiritual tradition. Anyone can meditate, no matter what their belief system. It also does not have to involve sitting or lying passively. It can be anything from coloring mandalas, to taking a walk in nature.

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The Personal Pitfalls Of Accurate Intuition

CLICK HERE for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comIs this really my intuition, or is it just my imagination? We often ask ourselves this particular question. I was having lunch with an old friend earlier today, and we were talking about exactly this.

We have known each other for over 25 years, and both had a government job. Reconnecting with her today was a special treat. I always thought very highly of her, and always sensed she also had a ‘knowing.’ The interesting part is, she did not believe she had a knowing. Yet, we spoke about ‘having a feeling’ before something violent happened. That was intuition!

I asked her, “When you drove into the parking lot at work, did you feel it, did you know it then?”

“Yes, definitely,” she said, laughing. “I just thought I was crazy back then and dismissed it, until four hours later, when we were cleaning up the mess…”

In my spiritual work, I am often asked if there is an easy way one can differentiate between your mind and your gut feelings.  I always say the first reaction is almost always the right answer.  My friend and I also spoke about that today.

How do you spot the difference? Let’s say you have an issue with a fellow employee, for example. You don’t care much for them, or trust them, so if they approach you with a situation you immediately go to a place of disbelief and suspicion. You have a preconceived notion that whatever he presents you with is probably not going to be the truth.

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Find Your Balance With Rest And Relaxation

Click Here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comAs I made my way into 2020, with great intentions and resolutions, I found that my life was full of busyness, obligations and a calendar quickly filling up. My 2020 vision board was filled with new goals and dreams, and my employer was eager to roll out new duties and processes to an already demanding workload.

I felt hopeful for all the things I wanted to accomplish, ready to take on all of the manifesting and challenges with gusto. Determined to find balance. But, as I look back over the past few weeks, I realize that I was reluctant to get going.

I began to cut corners in my new workout regime, and my meditation practice was not as frequent and strong as I knew it could be. I was not focused on my goals and felt myself burning out quickly in all tasks. My plate was full and the harder I tried, I had to admit, I was just not into it.

I have been feeling absolutely overwhelmed by the huge amount of work I needed to catch up on. My workout goal has only been making me more tired. As I procrastinated on the items on my ‘to do list’ and the commitments piled up, I actually felt more paralyzed than motivated.

Instead of trudging further through the process in a reluctant mood, I then chose to make an abrupt halt for a few days and simply rest. Just rest. Took a break. Time out. I cleared all of my commitments and turned off connection to all work items. I had no need to get out of my pajamas for a few days. I ordered takeout and let any dishes and laundry wait for a while.

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