Posts Tagged ‘patience’
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 »
I have learned from fellow humans that it doesn’t always matter what someone thinks of you. I have learned in the perspective of challenges we have always faced in our evolution as a species that despite gender, cultural, society, or moral differences that in fact perhaps we do not always need to worry too much about what some people think. Perhaps some of it is just chatter. We must learn to listen intelligently in order to survive, but I understand that we are entitled to our own reactions.
Whilst researching a neuroscience journal this week I was able to glean from the research that some creatures may not all have it in them to be perceptive, gentle and empathetic. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a letter to my daughter – if I had one, that is. But I don’t. So, this letter is to her, the daughter I might have had, and also to those young ladies I have known over the years who I have felt were like daughters to me.
My daughter’s name would have been Chantal-Marie, should she have been born. I suppose I could have had her, but life took its course and time slipped away. I was too busy mothering myself, I think, and I couldn’t have mothered her, in retrospect. But hindsight isn’t always 20:20 – don’t let anyone fool you.
So here goes. Strangely enough, I feel as though I were on the edge of a precipice as I write this. It is a most unexpected feeling. Read the rest of this entry »
A great portion of my work crosses over into ethics. I have spent the last two years studying business, law and relationship ethics. Through the Internet I became aware of global patterns and became fascinated in the migration of emotions, the origin of the global psyche, and the way people like bees work together en masse.
It has been essentially an interesting informal foray into organizational behavior versus conscious thinking. I still am working on trying to understand if patterns originate from one point – like one idea or one feeling – the Big Bang of the zeitgeist or zero-point of the global consciousness. My other idea or interest relates to the notion of whether this zero-point consciousness – the origin of man’s culture is created by multiple ideas and feelings, and if so, if one can escape this matrix of ideas and to be truly independent. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you tend to feel anxious, nervous and impatient during the holiday season? Are family functions and the mall enough to drive you mad? Do you find yourself leaving events early, or worse, not going at all because of they just feel overwhelming?
If this sounds at all familiar to you, chances are you are picking up on the energy of the season and may benefit from some additional psychic protection at this time.
The holidays are a stressful time of year for anyone, but for sensitive people it can be even worse. Emotions run rampant and there is a heightened sense of worry and fear around money and ideas of lack. For the sensitive person this is just a recipe for confusion, as you pick up on the energy and emotions of others and become overwhelmed, unable to distinguish what is yours, and what isn’t. Read the rest of this entry »
Time, as we know it, is an incredible thing. It heals all wounds, it mends fences, faces and most cuts and scrapes and bruises. It helps marinate things to a tastier level than previous. Time is also money. The list is endless.
I watched a movie the other day, In Time with Justin Timberlake. What a trip that movie was! The basic premise is that time is the only currency. A person is given 25 years to live, and then after that their own personal ‘time clock’ on their wrists starts to tick-tock away. There is no money – everything is bought and paid for ‘in time’.
What would you do if you had all the time in the world? It made me ponder, and it made me look to the past and go around times in my life where I thought for sure this was ‘it’. Although, in retrospect I’m not entirely sure what ‘it’ even was. I certainly never knew it, even when it was right there in my face! Read the rest of this entry »
A beloved client, who have been doing readings with me for over 15 years now, called me up the other day and told me something I knew would happen. The thing that made her go ‘white’ as she put it, was the fact that she swore up and down she would never ever in a million years hear from soulmate again, and now she did!
I told her to not lose the faith and to hold on to the love that they shared, because one day he would come back. She would always roll her eyes and would say, things like “in my dreams” or “when pigs fly”. She just couldn’t wrap her brain around the fact that he would come back. I told her that I saw him reaching out to her right around fall of 2012.
In truth, I could not believe it myself, because I thought for sure her negative emotions would block her from re-connecting with him, but when you are connected to someone and you’re that person’s soulmate, it’s bound to happen one way or another. For her, I saw it would happen in this current incarnation, this life time! And so it did, just as I predicted. Read the rest of this entry »
We are all emotional beings and feeling is an intricate part of our journey on this Earth. I’ve had clients ask me “How do you deal with all the emotions?” So, I thought it’s time to share some of the things I do to help ground and center myself during those times when emotions tend to run high.
The very first thing I tell myself, and many of my clients, is to not do anything. If emotions run high or you’re upset, angry, or hurt, don’t do anything in that moment, because once things settle down, those actions may be hard to take back.
Breathing is something we all do, to the extent that we take the power of a few good deep breaths for granted. Before you say anything or do anything in your moment of high emotion, take a few long, deep breaths. Envision the hurt, tension, or anger you’re feeling leaving your body as you exhale and then draw in white light and calmness with each breath you take. Deep breathing is a great way to hit that ‘reset’ button, and to give yourself a little time to think about what you’re going to do, or say next. Read the rest of this entry »