Posts Tagged ‘spiritual messages’
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 »
When someone crosses over to the other side, they connect to us through symbols and signs mostly things we would not normally recognize in our daily life. Have you ever driven down the road and heard a song on the radio and then thought of someone on the other side? This is their way of communicating to you!
A bird flying past you, a certain smell, a picture or an image that brings your loved one to mind is their way of saying, “Hey we are here.” Dreams are also a way to connect to those that have passed, but we often do not recall our dreams after we wake up, so this avenue is less traveled by the spirits. Read the rest of this entry »
When I do psychic readings I use a variety of tools, such as crystals, pendulums, oracle cards and Tarot cards. In addition to my innate psychic and telepathic abilities, I use tools through which Spirit speaks. I typically use more than one tool in a reading and lately I’ve been favoring the pendulum with remarkably detailed and accurate results.
A pendulum is a weight suspended from a string or metal chain. When the top of the chain is held between the thumb and forefinger and the weight is free to move, it may swing or not. The use of the pendulum dowsing is evident throughout history. For example, you may be familiar with the practice of dowsing using a forked stick to find water. The stick bends when water is present. Likewise, a pendulum could be used in this circumstance. 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 »
The system of help from spirit guides, while always being improved and corrected, is an ancient one and even in our world is well-recognized, and now quite advanced. Spirit guides need to be well-trained and are required to have lived in our material world, before undergoing a great deal of training in the spirit world, in order to be allowed to work as guides.
There are many forms that guidance can take and spirit guides become specialists in their field, before moving on to new experiences and new levels in the spirit world.
The Doorkeeper Guide is very seldom sensed by the individual, because they are chosen as a result of their almost perfect match to the individual. This guide functions as our protector from the spirit world. While this guide, like all others, cannot override our own choices. 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 »
When I first moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, I lived in one of the three old stage coach depots located here. The two others were owned by Burl Ives and the French Consulate, respectively. I can’t speak for those, but I can tell you about my experiences in the one where I lived.
I lived there for five years and it was totally charming. It had been designated as a guest house on the property, next to the main house. It was built with grey native stone and it looked like a painting by Currier and Ives. The perfect Santa Fe retreat, right? Or, anywhere, for that matter! 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 »