Posts Tagged ‘Psychic’
It is so very cool what miracles can happen when we take the time to relax and become aware of our surroundings, and our psychic antenna is open to connect with those who are on the same frequency.
I was at the beach over the summer, sitting on my beach towel in a deeply blissful, meditative state of mind. I had my umbrella set up, and a cooler with some water and healthy snacks – totally prepared for a relaxing day of doing absolutely nothing!
I took some deep breaths and looked out over the horizon, and focused on the waves. I was allowing whatever personal spiritual messages might come to my awareness. I was very much connected to what spirit was wanting me to know. Whatever is meant to happen will happen, but only in Divine Timing. We can never force anything, but all good things do indeed come to those who relax and allow the ebb and flow to reveal everything in perfect timing.
‘Empathic energy reading’ is a term I frequently use to describe the work I do. I was born empathic. That means that I can feel what others feel. I also know what people are thinking and basically can read their thoughts from an energy standpoint.
Don’t ask me how I do it, I just do. I am not unique. I have several family members who can do the same. Sound crazy? Maybe it is, but it works just the same.
Reading other people’s energy is something we all do. Ever walk into a room and got the feeling that you were not welcome? Well, that was empathic energy reading at its best. We all have the ability, but learning how to correctly read what you are feeling, and taking your fear and ego out of the equation, is a challenge. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently, I posted on social media about my daughter’s graduation, when she was awarded a degree in Psychology with high honors from a well-known university. I was really proud of her, and wanted to share it with the world.
Many friends and family commented on the post, with congratulatory excitement and kind remarks. But later that day, I noticed there was also a hurtful comment on that same post from my mother.
In the post I had misspelled the words summa cum laude and my mother’s comment read, “Ask your daughter how to spell summa cum laude.” That was it. It seemed short and cold. My heart sank. Not only from the public embarrassment of her comment, but more so from the insinuation that I lack intelligence. Read the rest of this entry »
I think having intuitive abilities, such as knowing things before they happen, seeing auras, and sensing negative and positive energy, is something we all can do. I just had a real knack for tapping into that part of my mind, because I spent a lot of time by myself in the outdoors, or in my bedroom, and steered clear of drama and human chaos. Also, I hardly ever was exposed to electromagnetic poisoning by way of modern technology.
I was not raised Catholic, but while on a walk one day, I found behind a church a lineup of saint statues. At the end of the row was Mother Mary. I remember very clearly sitting in front of her sculpture and seeing an angel next to her. I prayed, as I was taught to do from a very young age, to be shown what I will be doing in my future. I wished to see who I will be, or at least get a glimpse of what lay ahead for me. Read the rest of this entry »
When I pressed her about what she meant, she replied, ”Last week I knew my husband’s truck would break down. Not because it had been problematic, I just knew. Sure enough, it broke down on the way to work. It was just a thought I had before he left the house. I told him after the fact, now he thinks I’m crazy. But I can’t explain it. I just knew.”
This isn’t the first time I have had this kind of conversation with someone. I encouraged her to have faith in her premonitions, and the only way to do that is to write them down, and check them off as they manifest. This particular exercise is wonderful in that you get confirmation, not to mention lists like this make it apparent that is not an odd occurrence, but rather normal, for you. Read the rest of this entry »
There are days when I roll my eyes at my spirit guides and issue them severe warnings. Sometimes my logical Taurus mind has a hard time accepting the ‘woo-woo’ things my guides show and tell me.
Yesterday, for instance, a client had lost a precious ring and I was being shown how it was lost, but not given its specific location. My guides also indicated that the client who had lost the ring was not to go looking for it.
They said that the ring was an eternal blessing. It had been a blessing for my client and she had integrated that blessing within her being, so now it was time for the ring to move on. My client had brought that ring all the way from the other side of the world, they said, so that its blessing could pass to the next person, whom I saw clearly would find the ring and keep it. Read the rest of this entry »
In his allegory Plato describes a dimly lit cave in which a group of prisoners are chained to a wall, completely immobilized. The cave represents the sensory human mind. When we believe that knowledge is what we see, taste, touch, smell and feel, we are trapped in a cave of misunderstanding. We are the prisoners.
The prisoners know no other reality other than the wall in front of them which has projections of shadow images. Its appearance resembles puppetry, as the shadows are created by people walking on a walkway carrying things on their head. These images are actually cast by the light of a fire behind them. The shadows are our perceptions that have been created from our limited experiences. These shadows are in some way representative of what we believe to be truth. What we see, we believe is real and true, however, what we are seeing is merely a shadow of truth. Read the rest of this entry »
Throughout time mankind has explored the ability to communicate with the gods, with nature, or with each other on a non-verbal level. It is extremely common for us to use the term intuitive. these days. It is often the explanation given by many an entrepreneur or successful decision-maker: “I just trusted my gut,” or “What I love about Mary is she is just so intuitive and makes the right decisions.”
The term psychic on the other hand, although nowadays often well known within a household, conjures up for so many outside the metaphysical community feelings of distrust, fake, absurd, not possible. Perhaps these attributes are attached because of our personal belief system that does not value or agree with the skill set. This also can impact our personal relationships if we know it is real and others judge us since we may then hide our abilities as being psychic and connected with the unseen realm or worse shut down and not continue developing them. Read the rest of this entry »