Posts Tagged ‘prayer’
Every human being has powerful magic inside of them, and part of my job is to teach people how to use that energy. I understand that “magic” is somewhat of a loaded word, so let me re-frame it for you. Jesus called if faith and told us that with a small amount of faith we can move mountains. Buddha called it thought manifestation and explained that our conscious thought produces our reality.
How we focus our energy will eventually manifest in one way or another in our lives. One thing that concerns people with this kind of talk is the idea of darkness or evil. Darkness does exist, but I believe that it exists only as a catalyst to increase our vibrational frequency if we are ready to do so. Read the rest of this entry »
Although I can’t speak for every psychic, the consensus is from many professional psychics that we all have this ability call known as “being psychic”, “intuition”, “gut instinct” or just a “knowing”.
The ultimate difference in a psychic’s ability lay in how or if this ability is developed through practice, development classes, meditation or prayer. For me it is all the above, on a regular basis – usually daily. The old saying practice makes perfect definitely does apply.
An important first step to building psychic ability is by paying attention on how you as an individual best receive information. We each have a dominant mode or combination of ways to receive psychic impressions, and understanding what works for you is the key to opening up your intuitive insight. Read the rest of this entry »
As a professional psychic I go through many calls a day. Each and every client has a need for guidance and a light to shine on the path they are on. Some wander off their path and are confused and upset. Others have problems of the heart and soul, and reach out desperately for guidance and comfort. Some I cry with, some I laugh with. Each client is different and unique.
Certain days, at the end of a shift, I am so exhausted on a mental level. I receive information in ‘flashes’ and they come fast and furious. It’s hard sometimes to gather all the information coming through and relay it to the client. But there is a place I go to, no run to, for the serenity and comfort that helps me offer the best readings I can. That place is my rocking chair! Read the rest of this entry »
When I do psychic readings I use a variety of tools, such as crystals, pendulums, oracle cards and Tarot cards. In addition to my innate psychic and telepathic abilities, I use tools through which Spirit speaks. I typically use more than one tool in a reading and lately I’ve been favoring the pendulum with remarkably detailed and accurate results.
A pendulum is a weight suspended from a string or metal chain. When the top of the chain is held between the thumb and forefinger and the weight is free to move, it may swing or not. The use of the pendulum dowsing is evident throughout history. For example, you may be familiar with the practice of dowsing using a forked stick to find water. The stick bends when water is present. Likewise, a pendulum could be used in this circumstance. Read the rest of this entry »
As a psychic it is not easy to find the right psychic to read for me. Like many psychics, I can do readings for others, but I can’t read for myself. But trying to find the right psychic for me is like buying a car or a house – it is a process and a challenge!
Just like a house or a car, you look for a psychic who offers you certain special features that will suit your unique needs. There are so many psychics out there, who do you choose from?
When I was younger I needed the guidance of a good psychic from time to time for my love life. This was before the Internet. I remember deciding to take a bike ride on my 18x speed to find a psychic. Along the way I noticed a lady was moving in to a new psychic store, and she already had her sign out, before she was completely moved in. So, I decided to stop and talk to her, and she seemed really nice. Read the rest of this entry »
Physical death is not the death of the love you have for someone. When we die we continue to love all those we have ever loved in life and in all our past lives.
When someone you love dies they do not stop loving you, they continue to love you. I can say I am 100% sure that the love two people have for one another does not die after death. I would be willing to bet that that love is even intensified and maybe even deeper then the love the person had for you in life.
How do I know this you ask? I have had several conversations about life after death with my grandfather who told me many times if he could come back he would – he promised me this. He did come to me after he died and I was able to tell him I loved him, and it was definitely one of the best experiences I have ever had. Read the rest of this entry »
The reason I feel the need to be bring this up is because I get many calls on a daily basis where a client would tell me how someone has judged them or said something to hurt their feelings.
A week ago I had a caller who was upset, because the person who judged her believed that he can walk on water, and whatever he does in life… he is better than others. I felt bad for my client and I told her that she is better than what this man was telling her. He was trying to push her buttons. I feel when someone puts another person down by judging them, it is because they are trying to make themselves feel better. Read the rest of this entry »
George Michael sang about it, prayers have been written about it, songs have been sung about it… and yet it remains a mystery to so many. So, I put forth this question to you: what is faith and where does it come from?
Right now there is either silence on your end, or a rapid fire response. Or maybe you are saying, “Well, let me think about it.”
They say faith moves mountains, but then that begs the question: do you have Faith in faith? That’s a different concept altogether – one that must be looked at.
It’s easy to go to your preferred place of worship on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday, or whenever it is that you attend. Lovely. Absolutely. Without a doubt. There you show your faith. But what happens the rest of the week? This is where Faith in Faith comes into play, and without it you don’t even get to pass go. Read the rest of this entry »