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The Tarot As A Psychic Tool

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThere are basically to forms of psychic reading. Some readings are readings are done with the use of ‘tools,’ while others are done without. Psychics all have different abilities, for example some are clairvoyant, while others are clairaudient. Each psychic uses their own intuitive gifts to bring us messages from their guides and ours. I will further discuss these psychic abilities in a future blog.

Reading with tools is known as divination. The list of popular psychic tools is extensive. Tarot cards are probably the most well-known and widely used psychic tool. The Tarot has been around since the 18th century and is used for the purpose of divination, psychic prediction and contacting spirit guides. I use Tarot in my readings, as they guide me, almost like a road map. There are many classes and books available to learn more about Tarot and how to do cartomancy readings.

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Power And Protection From Your Ancestors

Click for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comI come from a long line of female herbalists of European origins on my mother’s side of the family. They were seers, healers, and prophets who combined their psychic gifts with ancient healing practices. Today, they still come to me during meditation, to offer wisdom.

The family’s mainly Germanic connection is one I’ve researched for many years, but more recently I discovered that my ancestors crossed into Scandinavian and Norse territories too, which suggests a bloodline of fierce women who were warriors of their time. It’s really not surprising to me, as even my own mother today, who is 84 years old, can still kick anyone’s butt who crosses her path in an unkind way! I always knew she was strong when I was little, and I always admired her power and independence.

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Prophecy And Belief

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe tradition of the ‘seer’ goes all the way back to the ancient Greek ages and before. For example, the Oracle at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, Greece, was sought after for advice and well-known for her ability to offer wise counsel and prophecy. She and her handmaidens bore a deep obligation to aiding in this tradition. If Caesar had listened to her forewarning, he may have not had such a terrifying demise.

For many moons, we have had prophets and forms of divination that require analysis, such as Astrology, which is a deep form of study, and precognition which is unique to the person dreaming it – to be analyzed by the dreamer, not the person who would want to interpret it, and manners of organization, which may have actually have developed alphabets. Having studied Nostradamus, I am a bit ambiguous on some of the stanzas he wrote, though the principle is interesting.

But what makes a seer a prophet? We know that both Jesus and Muhammad were prophets. Odin, the widely revered god in Germanic mythology, drank from a well and was given unlimited powers to protect his people. Then there was the King Of Byzantium and a Christian prophet in the southern region of Europe, Constantinople, who led a successful campaign to protect his people based on a prophetic dream. What these persons all have in common is that they seemed to predominate in historically defined times throughout human history, which can be traced and measured through divination. Continue reading

Religion, Superstition And Personal Spiritual Practice

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comReligion is not only a codified system of beliefs, it also includes rituals that some might label as superstitions. The difference between belief and superstition is experience. If you experience something it is a reality, for you, and you will believe it. If you don’t experience it, then it is only hearsay and without proof you don’t necessarily believe it. However, you might still engage in it, because you were ‘told’ it is true. The latter usually applies to religion. Sound familiar?

Superstitions are the building blocks of present day religions. People tithe the church, for example, because they were told that is what God expects and they will be rewarded with prosperity. Some people use guided meditations, or rituals and spells, to manifest what they want, without having any real experiences of feeling an energetic connection themselves.

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Tarot And Astrology

click here for a free reading at PsychicAccess.comTarot card symbolism is rich with many layers of meaning. The card images are designed to awaken a reader’s intuition and psychic abilities. If used correctly, they can predict events and offer guidance in our spiritual and manifest worlds. Each card depicts situations we all have or will encounter in our lives at one time or another. But understanding the general meanings of each card is only one layer of understanding.

One of the most significant deeper layers of Tarot interpretation is the astrological meanings inherent in each card. Astrology helps us to understand many different things about a person’s psychological makeup and personality, as well as events and timing. Combined with the Tarot it becomes a powerful divination tool.

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Making The Tarot Work For You

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe Tarot can be used to gain greater understanding, improve our intuition, and predict what may happen in our lives. But what many fans of the Tarot often do not appreciate, is that the Tarot can also be used productively in everyday life.

The Tarot is a mystical tool that will work differently for everyone. In fact, the meaning and message of the cards will be unique to every situation. For example, if you’re the type of person who typically notices patterns in nature, from images in clouds to numerical patterns, such as license plates, then Tarot will be a natural connection for you.

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Ritual In A Modern World

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comRitual is one of the oldest forms of spiritual expression, and it has roots in pretty much all religions and spiritual practices. The energy created when we take the time to focus our intent, while using symbols and tokens that have meaning for us personally, can be transformational! Whether you practice ritual in a group or on your own, it can supercharge your manifestations and aid in any healing processes you may be going through.

When most people think of ‘ritual’ they often think of darkened smoky rooms, with people in long robes, chanting in strange languages perhaps, all seemingly choreographed with everyone knowing their roles. I’m sure there are some who practice in this way, and truly many of those elements have their place in ritual – incense, chanting, and so on. But I would suggest that ritual can also be something less rigid which we can craft to fit into our modern lives.

In my own practice, I began by creating a little ‘altar’ for myself. It is a small space where I arranged a few candles, some incense, crystals, feathers and some other tokens that have meaning to me. I added a picture of my mother, and a statue of an angel given to me when my grandpa passed away. I created a small space that had deep meaning for me and brought me into a mindset of love.

Now, I didn’t have a lot of room for this! So when I say a small space, this could be anything from the corner of a dresser, to a whole tabletop. As my practice has evolved I now find that any spare surface becomes a home for little treasures that I find in my adventures. Once you start creating these rituals in your life, the Universe will often send you little gifts to help you along. Continue reading

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