Posts Tagged ‘pain’
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 »
My ex was actually a very good empath. I never knew this. I knew him well, but I had no idea that our thoughts were bouncing back and forth between each other. He at first, had no interest in the spiritual, but upon watching me work, he became interested. Then he actually became aware of empathy. I used him as a research tool, and he would occasionally call me and ask me if I was thinking of him, if I needed anything.
Awareness is the key to telepathy and empathy, or any psychic work. We all pick up thoughts, have visions or have psychic impressions or dreams, but we are unskilled in picking them up, and usually uncertain as to what they mean. Read the rest of this entry »
When we’ve had relationships with people, these cords extend from our chakras or energy centers to those of the other person. So, you can imagine the amount of emotions we can take on from someone else – more often than not ‘fear-based’ emotions. That fear can show itself as fear of abandonment, unforgiveness, co-dependency, or any other negative emotion.
Years ago, I remember reading a newspaper article shortly after the son of Dean Martin had been killed in an air crash. The famous singer said it felt like his heart was being ripped out – so real are these cords that bind us. The ripping at his heart chakra was, in fact, real, even though there was not any physical evidence of his heart being pulled from his body. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve lived in South Africa for most of my life, and the Castle of Good Hope is a well known landmark and monument in Cape Town, our “Mother City.” But I never had the chance to visit and see it for myself, up until about a month ago. The experience was an amazing one. It was a full tour of the castle and the various museums and galleries inside, including the dungeon, holding cells, and underground storage rooms.
The Castle of Good Hope is South Africa’s oldest building dating back to 1666. The fortress took 13 years to build and contained living quarters, a church, bakery, workshops, and prison cells. It was built because the Dutch trading company who occupied the Cape at the time feared an attack from the British. Today the castle operates as a museum, visited by thousands of local and international tourists every year. Read the rest of this entry »
I enjoy doing etheric healing on people if they need it during an angel reading. Some people have asked me what it means to cleanse the inner bodies with etheric healing, so I wrote up on it a bit over the past few days of cleansing I have been doing on myself.
How do I cleanse the inner bodies? Well, I do a lot of processes. First, I connect to the inner sound current, which is the meditation I learned as a child, and then I do light meditation with the mantra I learned from my teacher in India. I usually do this for a few hours or so every morning, but when you are in those altered states, time doesn’t exist and it feels like 5 minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
I have noticed that when a client calls me in an agitated state, their questions and fears will dominate the reading. In fact, I will actually pick up on the questions they are about to ask! This is not the same as ‘a bad energy’ but simply my picking up on their frantic, frustrated or anxious feelings during a psychic reading.
So please be aware of this when you call, and please calm and steady yourself for the reading.
I pick up on someone else’s empathic imprint, but to some extent it is based on our mutual connection. I need you to be calm and centered. If you are angry with your partner, I will not be able to pick up all of the gentler and more caring connection to your partner. It is my opinion that your partner’s readability of thoughts can sometimes be subtly influenced (improved ) by our letting go of angry energy. Read the rest of this entry »
There is that pain again. Oh, yes, I am still sick to death of having it. However, since reading Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss, I handle that pain much better. That pain is part of what I call “my story.” I can make up anything I want, or I can accept that I have not made it up; I have remembered it from a past life.
For me, that pain is the spot where I was run through with a sword from the right side of my body, at my waist, in my back and out the front of my body. I was a soldier, a male soldier in a blue, or grey, and yellow uniform. I have no idea where, because I was not famous or even outstanding with a sword, but I was dedicated. It is the ethical part I am certain of. I was fighting for something I totally believed in, and was, therefore, not afraid to die. I was with my friends, doing my job, and it was clear that this destiny was fine by me. Read the rest of this entry »
It is not true that we must live a challenging, tormented life to learn certain spiritual “lessons”. Believing that we are here to “learn” is merely a justification that some folks offer to make sense of the bad things that sometimes happen to good people.
The irony is that those who choose to believe this myth will most likely have to face one trial and tribulation after the other, just as they expected. If someone’s life is awash with “weeping and gnashing of teeth” it is often because they choose it to be so.