Posts Tagged ‘self-belief’
When will he call me? Will I hear from her soon? When will we be together? As a Psychic Reader, I look into answers for these questions in about 90% of all the readings I do. Yet, it is the most difficult to predict timing for another person’s free will behavior, choices and decisions.
I can see the circumstances regarding any possible delays, and I can even give you a date, or time of day, but always with the caveat that free will will ultimately determine the outcome.
I am confident that I am able to accurately see the circumstances around the other person that may be affecting their decisions about making contact, but what they choose to do in the end remains firmly under their control, not mine. Read the rest of this entry »
The first year anniversary of 9/11 I will never forget. I was taking my evening walk, and all of a sudden I heard like a rumbling like thunder. I said, “Gee, it doesn’t really look like rain coming,” but the rumbling grew louder, and louder. And then I saw the V-formation of the US Air Force fighter jets. They were low in the sky, they passed over me. I became pretty emotional and started to cry. It was not a sad cry, I was just so taken by it all. It may sound corny, but at that moment I felt so proud to be an American, and to be living in the USA. 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 »
I discovered this axiom years ago when reading quotes from major religions, and when I remember to keep it in the forefront of my mind and imagination, it works wonders on my perspective about what I find myself dealing with in everyday life.
We have the power to be in the middle of our lives rather than at the mercy of our lives, and the foundation of that power is perspective.
For example, the above proverb is all about perspective and personal power. Struggle is a fact of life. Challenges will always present themselves to us no matter what social position, education, or gifts we have. We can ask our higher power to help us have lighter burdens, or we can ask for the capacity to cope with what life brings (broader shoulders). And, the ironic thing is that asking for broader shoulders can actually change our perception of our burdens, making them seem lighter, and thus, changing our perspective. Read the rest of this entry »
Every day we are bombarded with different types of situations and issues to deal with. We come into contact with different people from all walks of life. Truth is, we don’t know what path they have taken to get where they are at, or what prices they may have paid in order to do so. When conflict arises with people, you must always keep that in mind.
I am reminded of a story I read in the news, of a man who slapped a crying toddler on a plane. He ended up getting arrested for it, but that’s not the point. He was flying to Atlanta to take his only child off life support. Does that excuse his actions? No. It does however explain why his nerves would be more frayed than usual. Read the rest of this entry »
Early in life I looked for comfort in nature. As a rejected only child (my parents wanted six sons), I was often wandering on my own in nature’s garden. Long-term friendships did not exist, because my dad was in the military. We moved as much as seven times in nine months. Nature was my trusted playmate and my elder teacher.
My strong religious upbringing gave me cause to read a great deal, but dual faiths in one household sent me mixed messages, so I questioned everything related to the patriarchal faiths of my parents. Read the rest of this entry »
I have felt many different forms of love. There are so many feelings to describe it. Yet, someone loving you may have no bearing on where the relationship is going.
Really? How can that be? He has told me he wants to marry me!
I believe that empaths have a hardwired ability to tune into that love. Women especially seem to get into dangerous relationships because they ‘feel that the person loves them’. This is not to exclude men, but I believe it’s a slightly higher percentage. Maybe it is women’s biological inclination to nurture and protect the roost that enhances their empathic skills, or the highly developed language center. Read the rest of this entry »
I have noticed that couples tend to share emotions. This can make for dangerous chemistry in the air. I usually tell my clients after I have looked into their situation, that it is striking how much their they and their partner are sharing a particular emotion. I don’t usually know who begins the first thought, but as an illustration, I will cite an example:
Laura feels good about the relationship today. She had a great visit from John yesterday, and her spirits are up, but she is not picking up on how John really feels. In her mind, as she is feeling happy, John is feeling the same way, and she spends a day or two enjoying the good feelings. Deep down though, she doesn’t know if he is the person for her, and wonders if she should end something now, while the going is good. She doesn’t usually feel this way in relationships, but she brushes it off to the fact that she may be scared, or feeling nervous about an impending relationship. Read the rest of this entry »