Posts Tagged ‘psychic attunement’
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 »
That is Absolute (Divine), this is Absolute (Divine), Absolute (Divine) rises out of Absolute (Divine). If Absolute (Divine) is taken out of Absolute (Divine), Absolute (Divine) remains.
It is my personal belief that this mantra is a key to understanding our existence, and also gives us insight into where psychic phenomena come from. We are all interconnected through a Divine matrix, but the daily perception of our experience is that of duality or separateness. We do not consciously share our awareness with trees or other people, but the Divine matrix is still present whether we recognize it or not. Read the rest of this entry »
When I was very young I talked to people who were dead. I also knew things without being told, and I was interested in things that children, who grew up like I did, shouldn’t be. My mother’s religion states that the patriarch of the home is also the spiritual leader of the home. To her that also meant that women do not have the right of divine prophecy. My gifts and talents were not only not fostered, they were also frowned upon and I remember several instances when my mother or father would tell me I was being ridiculous and change the subject.
As a teen I began to study and practice Numerology, Astrology, Reflexology and Bio-feedback. They were considered sciences by my family and therefore acceptable. These practices were therefore encouraged – apparently they made me a better, happier person. 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 »
I have been practicing meditation for 34 years. Falling into a state of meditation is now a habit; I can now leave the world of conscious thought for a very short period of time and become refreshed. If I lie down, or even sit in the right mindset, I find myself transported to a place of absolute inner peace.
Meditation is not a religious activity; it is instead a listening activity. I was taught to let go of all thought. “No mind,” is what my Renzi Zen Buddhist teacher called the practice. It has become a ‘letting go’ of the thousands of thoughts passing through my brain every day. We have all heard the saying, “Let go and let God.” I often wonder how any of us can even hear God. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve always loved music. Besides being soothing and an all round mood and energy shifter, it’s been used to communicate with others since the dawn of time. I will frequently get a song in my head in two specific ways: some are from my mother; and those that are not from my mother. The ‘mom songs’ are Sunday school songs, the “not from mom’ songs include everything else.
Popeye the Sailor sang a song, “I love to go swimming, with bowlegged women, and swim between their knees”. One day I woke up to that song in my head and couldn’t figure out who, why or what? I kept coming up blank. I knew that I knew the song from the past, but I couldn’t remember exactly where I knew it from. Read the rest of this entry »
While I have been spending the last 30 years refining my intuition to make sure I was psychically reading with accuracy, Doc Lew Childre, CEO of the Institute of Heartmath in Boulder Creek, California, was on another path. He was proving that I was using my heart, and not my mind, to accomplish that task for others and myself.
Doc Childre has reported that the ‘cares’ of the world: worries, anxieties, judgments, anger, crime, violence, homelessness, depression, and even hatred fill our heads, which damages our hearts. It is that single act that has resulted in “heart disease becoming the number-one killer in both men and women in industrialized nations,” he says. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people desire to have a mystic experience. They wish they could see an angel, an apparition, have a vision or hear the voice of the Divine. Many people consider other individuals who have seen or heard such things as being very lucky. But luck has nothing to do with it; nor does being a saint or a strict religious person.
The key to having a mystic experience lies in taking the time to connect with the Divine in the silence of your own soul, or meditating on spiritual things. We have to connect with Spirit in order for Spirit to connect with us; and then we have to get out of our own way. Read the rest of this entry »