Posts Tagged ‘psychic access’
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 »
The time has come for change, new beginnings, the start of a new year. Have you done your homework? Are you ready? Are you stuck? I ask you these questions, as the beginning of a new year is a time of reflection.
This is the perfect time to look at the past year and ask yourself, “How did I do?” Did you check any boxes off on your bucket list? Did you manifest anything new, different or exciting into your life? Or did you stay stuck where you were at the beginning of last year?
I impress upon you to pick up a pen and a journal, or even just a piece of paper, and start to write what things happened to you in 2016 that you are grateful for. I urge you to write down the continued intentions for your life. Even if they were on your list last year, and did not happen, write them down again. Read the rest of this entry »
Did you know that essential oils also have an effect on your intuition and psychic abilities? Yes, essential oils has many uses beyond traditional aromatherapy. Over the past several years, I have used these natural oil extractions, mixed with water, to spritz my healing room, my reading space and various other rooms of the house. I find that it enhances clarity, increases wisdom and opens up a greater understanding to your Higher Self, and the spiritual truths that exist within each person.
I have created various combinations based on what benefits I am seeking at the time. Using jojoba oil, coconut oil, hemp oil or simply water as the base, and adding the oils of my choice, I have created everything from body lotion and after sun moisturizer, to bath salts, balms, bug repellant, massage oil and room spray. I also use an infuser, but I find the scents through an infuser are not very long-lasting. Read the rest of this entry »
Getting psychic readings from the wrong people can wreak havoc in your life. Don’t trust everyone that claims to be a psychic or a medium. Not everyone has the metaphysical gifts to read into the future, or speak to departed souls on the other side.
True psychics and mediums are always empathetic to people’s needs and a reading with them should always be a calm and uplifting experience. Do genuine psychics always get it right? No, sometimes they do not. But they are always truthful, either way. The true psychic will always be completely honest with the client, not just give them stories. They will not simply tell you what you prefer to hear. And they will admit when they are not sure, or when they feel no real connection with your energy. Read the rest of this entry »
Since I can remember, I frequently knew which song was coming on the radio, what my mother was cooking for dinner, who was going to call on the phone… just random things at random times that I didn’t think much of at the time. I’d been doing it my whole life, I thought everyone did it.
The religion in which I was brought up frowned on women and children having foreknowledge of anything, so nothing was ever explained to me. I wonder where I’d be today if my gifts had been fostered instead.
I was diagnosed with severe postpartum depression shortly after I turned 21. It never really went away and has since been re-diagnosed as clinical depression. Back then they didn’t know a lot about depression, what caused it, how to treat it. Some sufferers were simply locked up, while many, many more were subjected to electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). The lucky ones, myself included, were diagnosed by doctors who genuinely cared about their patients and not the bottom-line and would try medication first. Read the rest of this entry »
Today I did a reading which brought home to me how easy it is to tell if someone is on their correct path, or not. Their current choices, actions and timing were perfectly aligned with the current major astrological influences.
In Predictive Astrology, the transiting planets make what are called “aspects.” These are determined by the mathematical relationships they have to each other. Some aspects are considered good, and others not so good. There are also two ways for each of us to react to this influence – positively or negatively.
This is one of the purposes of Astrology. It is a tool that can be utilized to gauge how we are doing, and the correct timing to take various types of action. It is very useful at guiding us when we are not tuned in to our own intuitive guidance. Read the rest of this entry »
Lately, in my conversations with clients, there seems to be much more interest in spirit guides. Usually, the questions are about how many we have, whether we have more than one, and most significantly, who they are?
Many people seem to be of the opinion they have only one guide. In my experience it is much to the contrary. People seem to have many spirit guides. They may have one or two that are higher spiritual energies, who act as a type of ‘supervisor’ over the other guides, who are not quite as elevated.
For instance, a person may have an archangel or other religious avatar that functions as their main guide. Then there are many other guides that are experts in various things, whom assist according to their expertise. Read the rest of this entry »
I use Tarot cards to get started. The spread I use is one I developed based on one I saw in a book, which I expanded to give me the most information. A brief pay-per-minute reading is typically far too short to go over everything I get from the spread, but it gives me all the information I need to answer the original question of the client. If time allows, a few follow-up questions, or even another question, can also be answered from the spread.
For short readings it’s always easier to start with a specific question, preferably one that can be answered with a “yes” or “no.” If there is no specific question, I can only read the cards as they lay, listening to my guides to show me the way. Read the rest of this entry »