Posts Tagged ‘Technology’
One of the best investments to make in your home today is a Himalayan salt lamp. It is typically a large piece (or pieces) of pure salt from the mountain range of the same name. The real thing, as opposed to imitators made from rock salt or less pure forms, is mined in the Punjab provinces of India and Pakistan.
So what is so special about a light bulb inside a rock, anyway? Turns out, lots of things.
We are surrounded by positive ions (atomic particles with uneven levels of charge) in our modern world due to new technology. These ions are generated by televisions, microwaves, mobile phones, and the like. We also find positive ions in airborne toxins, such as mold and pollen.
The properties of the salt lamp generate negative ions to counterbalance these energies. If you’ve ever experienced the regenerative power of a beach, or the aftermath of a storm, you know what this feels like. Read the rest of this entry »
I have passed on endless messages of reassurance to my customers from their loved ones on the other side. The focus in most mediumship readings is typically on reassuring those left behind, on this side of the veil, that their deceased loved ones are actually very much alive and doing well. The dearly departed often let us know that they are unencumbered by any discomfort of a physical or emotional nature they may have experienced prior to their crossing.
Yesterday, I did a reading for a customer who received a profound message from her father. It made me think how I had not really been feeling my own father’s presence recently. That is, not since the final group gathering of my psychic development circle over two years ago, prior to my move to Spain. In that final group session, my dad communicated how I had been talking to his photo that very morning, just a few hours earlier. I blushed as the rest of the group laughed at my embarrassment. Spirit loves laughter, and that was so typical of my dad to come through with funny comments during our psychic circle. Read the rest of this entry »
The glyph for those born under a Gemini Sun, between May 21 and June 21, is the Roman numeral for the number 2. The Twins. Like their symbol, Gemini tends to have more than one side to their personality. They may have a public persona, and an entirely different private side seen only by their closest friends and confidantes.
Many Geminis are excellent communicators and love to talk. This comes as no surprise, since their planetary ruler is Mercury, the messenger. Talk to a Gemini, and you’ll be talking to someone who is witty, intelligent, and a quick thinker. Sometimes they may forget to put on a filter, so be prepared for anything that comes out. They’re likely to be found in the middle of any lively conversation or party, and chances are, if you’ve ever met a persuasive salesman, he had Gemini somewhere in his natal chart. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve been friends with Gail and Paul since they were my neighbors in San Francisco, 22 years ago. This was long before today’s popularity of digital technology and our growing dependence on wireless, hand-held devices, such as our smart phones, tablets, laptops, and now even our watches.
Our homes were next to each other and the backyards adjacent. Over the fence, we exchanged conversation, shared Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, and frequent “tastes” of new recipes. Life happened and in time they moved away. Later, I also moved, but we continued to exchange phone calls and written notes.
For the past ten years, I have been living in the Pacific Northwest, a mere three hour drive from Gail and Paul. We eventually reconnected and now keep in touch mostly through Facebook posts, videos and photos. Gail chronicles their life on the farm they now own. Through social media, she’s inspired me to also grow vegetables and fruits, and I’ve inspired her to save seeds from harvests to plant the next Spring. Read the rest of this entry »
Could some of the famous prophets, such as Nostradamus, or the prophets of the King James Version of the Bible, or the prophet Mohammad, actually have been time travelers?
And is it merely coincidence that the Oracle of Delphi used a brass seat for visions of the future? As did Nostradamus, the 16th Century French poet and visionary. Nostradamus writes, “I will be seated at night, in my secret study. Alone sitting upon a stool of brass, a flame shall leap forth from the solitude, granting that which is not to be believed in vain.”
And, in the 1895 HG Wells fiction novel, The Time Machine, the protagonist of the story uses a black and polished brass time machine to gain mechanical control over time. Is there something about sitting on brass that allows one to see into the future? Or, could they possibly be talking about a brass seat on a sort of vehicle? Read the rest of this entry »
During these difficult times, it is necessary to understand what it really means to gently reinforce messages of encouragement. Messages of encouragement don’t have to be over the top or fabulous. Many people do every day things that are small but amazing, and don’t have to be extraordinary to make for extraordinary change.
Every day is a struggle between the good forces and the bad. Massive forces of good abound, but the mainstream media mostly only presents the negative, as the survival instinct of humanity always looks for this aspect first, and this is the stronger point of sale. Yet, the present is also a time when people are finally utterly inspired, purely through the modalities and technology we have, the communications we have, to really impart change through discussion and discourse, and to really act on it. Read the rest of this entry »
I have listed extra-human abilities, such as the ability to sense ecological problems, health problems, telepathy, being able to understand animals and even take on genius capacities, such as the ability to understand foreign languages, as an extra human power.
On doing more research on mythological power assumption, it is interesting to see how extra sensory power can go from the non-invasive, such as the telepathic or the predictive, to energetic conversion, which goes from healing, to prophecy and then to protection.
Protection can be divided into groups, such as self-protection, protection of the group, and to strategic or pre-emptive protection. Protection or defense can be implied, and need not be implemented or used. Read the rest of this entry »
Social media romance. Modern love. Digital dating. Facebook relationship status updates. People tell each other on social media platforms what they know others want to hear. We declare our love for each other on Facebook so others can know. That everyone can see we belong to each other. “I love you online, therefore our love exists.”
But do we spend any time together? Real time? Do we share the moments where people are just people. The real deal? Those dark, sad days, the boredom, the arguments, the silence. How often do friends still eat popcorn together, or go to the hot springs the next day? Can we love those who have no accomplishments or major ambitions, or those who are not networked into some industry or popular social circle? How often do we just call to talk to each other, even if we don’t have much to say? Read the rest of this entry »