Posts Tagged ‘pet psychic’
Growing up in a family of psychics can be very challenging and unusual. I am a fifth generation psychic. All of the women on the maternal side of our family tree, have been gifted or blessed in some way. Many of us read Tarot Cards, a few had the gift of premonition. I’m the only energy healer, that I know of.
Being born psychic doesn’t mean that you don’t have to work at it. Consider Michael Phelps, the Olympian swimmer, as an example. He had amazing talent, but he was continually challenging himself to do more, go faster, and be the best swimmer that he could be. The same holds true for a talented psychic. Read the rest of this entry »
I leave the house about 3:40am and walk into the darkness using a flashlight. Two visiting dogs that belong to our guests rush up to greet me. Tierra (Spanish for “Earth”) was recently spayed. Her lick says “Thank you” for taking me to the clinic!
Her first litter was eight; a big responsibility in a poor environment. She fought very hard, but still had been grabbed a week ago by a roaming lover. She was not looking forward to another litter. Her loving eyes say more to me than even her gentle-early morning kiss. Read the rest of this entry »
Two weeks ago, while going about my Sunday morning routine, I spotted an unfamiliar cat roaming around my garage. I watched it for a while to see if it was our neighbor’s cat, but it wasn’t. It looked like it was a kitten so I went outside to give it some food.
I took the food outside and it hid from me, but as soon as I came back in I spotted it devouring the dish I had set out. It was then that I realized that not only was it a kitten, but it was a badly injured kitten. The side of its neck was red and infected with the skin and fur still attached. It looked to be in very bad shape. Read the rest of this entry »
Let me set the record straight right away: I am a dog person, not a cat person. Now, if there is anyone who does not understand that statement, clearly you are neither. That hard line of animal preferences between dogs and cats makes it clear that my opinion about cats carries a lot more weight when I say that cats are extremely psychic.
I have observed cats from afar my entire life. Not that I have not shared my life with cats. I have. It seems that anyone I have deeply loved felt an equal attraction to me as to a cat. I have also taken in cats and raised them for decades longer than any animal might expect to live in a domestic situation. However, like any other pet owner on the planet, you can care for a cat, but you cannot own a cat. A cat owns itself. No human or other animal can own a cat. Read the rest of this entry »
I had many paranormal experiences as a child. I felt I could speak to animals and I had dreams about future events that came true. I remember specific dreams of numbers that came in the lottery the next day. I was only five at the time, who knows about the lottery at that age?
How can you determine if your own child has psychic abilities? If a child shows signs of great knowledge beyond their years, if a child can sense what will happen before it does, or recognizes a place but has never been there, then you should pay careful attention.
If you have noticed your child speaking to imaginary friends or looking off into areas where there is nothing there are also signs of your child having a sixth sense, or psychic ability. Read the rest of this entry »
It is energy, not words that we share with dogs. Before I even knew that I was distracted, one look at Tsagi, a wolf-Queensland Heeler mix, would make me realize that I was not well-grounded. Dogs feel our energy so much better than we do.
Tsagi died Christmas Day 2012, but he is still here with me. Even though he was not my dog, I was a part of his life. He lived in the apartment attached to my home. In fact, he slept over my head in the upstairs apartment, which is on the second floor over my bedroom. I can still hear him at night moving about on the floor to get his bed ‘just right’ before drifting off to sleep. I can still feel him watching the front gate of the ranch from the patio on that second floor. Read the rest of this entry »
We vibrate to color. Our chakras have different colors, as do our auras, and these are constantly changing based on our circumstances, mood, and health.
Science has caught up with the spiritual arts with clinical trials that use blue light-emitting diode (LED) lights for wound healing and treating some mood disorders, as well as infra red for mood disorders. The Ayurvedic system of healing goes further, incorporating the use of gemstones, which is also color based, for healing, and mood enhancement.
I like to teach people to work intuitively with color as a starting point, rather than teaching a prescribed color therapy system, as I feel this develops more of an initial feel for color. One can find a formal system later, if so desired. Read the rest of this entry »
Dogs seem such simple creatures, but I firmly believe that they have found the keys to happiness and that there’s a great deal we can learn from them. Spiritual wisdom may be the last thing you’d associate with these animals, but let’s look at some of the simple truths they teach us every day.
We’ve been taught and conditioned to be appropriate first, before we express ourselves. With dogs it’s exactly the other way around. If they’re happy, sad, angry, or tired, they show it. There’s absolutely no pretense, hidden agendas, or guilt about what they may feel at any given time. Read the rest of this entry »