Posts Tagged ‘present’
Please remember how important it is, if you are a sensitive individual, to include meditation in your daily rituals. Often empathic imprints and your own thoughts or emotions are indistinguishable from each other if you are not centered. This centering can come throughout the day in the form of mindfulness.
Mindfulness is based on the Buddhist ideology of being present within oneself within the moment. This being ‘present’ can be self taught in many different ways. Throughout the day, be present in yourself whilst breathing. Be present in yourself whilst eating. Be present in yourself whilst being alone. Be present when overwhelmed by emotion. Remember that you are not your emotion, or that your emotions are having you, and that you are not the sum of your emotions. You are the sum of your mind. You can learn to control this through connecting to the part of yourself that is still. Read the rest of this entry »
You call or go to visit a local psychic. The moment you make contact with the person you immediately ask, “So what’s going to happen with my job?” The psychic then lays out a few cards or listens intently to see what Spirit may be saying about this situation.
After a few moments, the psychic speaks and begins to give you information that is only half right or even way off the mark. You get perturbed and exit the reading proclaiming that the psychic was not gifted, or that you had no connection with the person giving you the reading. Read the rest of this entry »
What is happening in your life today is a result of your own decisions and actions. This applies to all our decisions and actions – present and past. There is no one else to blame.
Most people don’t understand that every thought we have and every action creates karma and shapes our destiny. All of our thoughts have wings. If your thoughts are positive, then you will create good karma and positive outcomes in your life. If they are negative then you will create bad karma, and unwanted outcomes.
So, basically, if you look at your life you see the results of your choices and decisions. Whatever your life is today, it is what you have manifested, with or without your knowing, by your own thoughts, and actions. 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 »
We all carry the inner light of God to guide us. We have a natural instinct we are born with which can warn us not to catch that plane or to not turn left or right at a given moment. Known as our ‘sixth sense’, we all try to follow it, but more often it is ignored.
It’s a beautiful thing when we can embrace the present and still have hope for the future. Life is not meant to be lived in fear and stress over where our destiny lies. Life is a journey, and a path that we all travel. It has many hills and mountains we have to climb. At the end of the day, can you say are you content with where you are?
It is so easy to give life to a child. That child grows up and has a child. Great! It’s easier being a grandparent than a parent. We can look back and see the mistakes we made. But you cannot deny the paternal instinct. Even if we end up never having kids, whether you are an uncle, an aunt or a godparent, life is a cycle. And yes, history does repeat itself. Read the rest of this entry »
Day to day examples of waiting include waiting for red lights to turn green, waiting for your turn in bank and grocery lines, for toast to pop up, for the bus to come, for a customer service person to answer the phone, and on and on.
A few examples of important reasons why we may be waiting include hoping for a positive answer back about a job, or for communication with a distant relative, or for the answer to a prayer, or for the results of a test we have taken, and so forth.
What we do while we are waiting for any and all of these things is directly related to the quality of our present moments. We have to fill our time up with more than waiting, because if we do not we may feel that we never ‘arrive’ anywhere and are not living ‘in’ our lives. Read the rest of this entry »
Fear is a reaction to something or someone that we perceive as being dangerous, threatening or painful. Fear is not necessarily a bad thing, as it helps us avoid dangerous situations, like touching a hot surface, or swimming in rapidly-moving water.
Fear can also be related to the loss of a loved one. If, for example, a person is between the ages of birth to 18 years and dependent upon a parent to meet basic needs, this fear can become very deep-rooted. The same is true if you are older and suffered one or more significant losses.
We can also become frightened before speaking to a large group of people, or when boarding an airplane or just thinking about it, or seeing a clown or a dangerous animal. Each person has a set of induced fears. Read the rest of this entry »
I have a place within where I go every day to open myself up to receiving and accepting abundance. Notice, I suggested not only receiving but having a willingness to accept anything is of key importance.
I discovered I had no trouble being open and willing to receive, or at least I thought this to be true, until I discovered there is more to it than just being open and willing! I discovered it often takes great courage to accept. More importantly, accepting help of any kind from another appears to be much harder than often times believed.
I always thought it much easier to pray my way through my desires and needs. After all, the entire universe is a huge, relatively unknown place and I believed that praying to it would get me what I asked for. So, why not ask the unknown. It certainly beats playing the lottery, and it is definitely a great deal easier than asking a stranger, friend, co-worker or relative! Read the rest of this entry »