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Inventory And Choices

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comPeople often ask me how to make more progress on their spiritual path. Unfortunately the answer is always the same: time, practice, dedication and money. Money? Yes, even in the days of tribalism, the Shaman was always paid. Communities supported the shaman, to enable her to serve the tribe while keeping her own spiritual practice current and vital. So, yes, the currency of support these days is not food or shelter, but it is money.

As a professor at an art college, I used to observe that the students who were true artists often practiced their art in every spare moment. The students that only wanted a career in art did all they could do just to get by with their classes and training, so they could launch their ‘career’ and get what they wanted and desired, such as money, fame, status or lifestyle.

One is not better than the other, by the way. But this is about looking at what choices you truly make, not what you imagine. Take an inventory of where you spend your time, energy and money, and then look at it carefully, and learn. Own your choices so you don’t convince yourself or others that you are a victim.

By owning your choices, you will have the benefit of not manipulating others (consciously or unconsciously) by presenting as a victim that must be taken care of, and therefore cannot be held accountable. Not presenting as a victim means you will learn to ask for help and support in an honest and mature fashion, rather than singing a sob story to get help and support. Continue reading

The Power Of Perspective

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comAs a medium and spiritual development teacher, I coach a lot of people on their spiritual path, dreams and goals. Helping to provide clarity and insight is paramount for people seeking peace, healing or change.

I’ve recently noticed two areas of my teaching where the concept of ‘perspective’ has been coming up a lot. Most notable when I work with people on Manifestation and the Law of Attraction, and during the Intuitive and Mediumship development classes in regards to giving readings.

Let me explain first, why it’s important to understand the power of perspective. Perspective can be the difference between success and failure. It can mean continued pain, or the path to healing. It can be seen as opportunity or challenge. A perspective can be confusing, or offer you complete understanding. The thing with perspective is that it is 100%  personal and individual!

Perspective is the story we apply to a situation or event. Several people can witness the same accident, yet each will have a different version or perspective on what happened. Several people can read the same book and give you a completely different explanation of what they believe it was about. Continue reading

Signs You Are Being Gaslighted

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comYou’re crazy, that never happened. You’re too sensitive. You’re making things up. No one else has ever said that about me. I get along with everyone else except you. I’ve never had this problem with anyone else but you. Everyone says you’re crazy. I’m not cheating, so maybe you are… since you are accusing me. You are too sensitive.

These are just some of the things you might hear when someone is gaslighting you, when you have confronted them with their own issues or manipulations.

Gaslighting is a form of abuse that is more common in romantic relationships, but it can occur in landlord and tenant relationships, friendships, employee and employer relationships, and even in relationships with neighbors. It is basically the art of messing with someone’s mind or reality. Sometimes it is done in an obvious way, right in front of the person, and sometimes it is under the radar and you don’t you know who is gaslighting you, or even if you are actually being gaslighted. Continue reading

Hold On Tight To Your Dreams

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThere are times when we are tempted to withdraw from the world, sit around, and feel sorry for ourselves. For many of us it is all too easy to get into the rut of complaining about how everything bad only happens to us, and how unfair life is. Some of us also easily complain that other people seem to have everything, and we have so little. When this kind of thinking takes over, it may be time to ask yourself some really tough questions.

Am I in a comfort zone? Is it really too difficult to make the necessary changes to have a better life? Do I really want to get well? What benefits am I possibly getting from choosing to remain stuck? Has my circumstances or my health status become my new identity? Am I always looking in the rear-view mirror, wishing I could rewrite the past? Do I obsess about what could have, should have, would have been? Continue reading

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