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Take Advantage Of Today’s New Moon Energy

Click Here FOR a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comAlong with the Full Moon, the New Moon is one of the most defining phases of the lunar cycle, because the Sun, Moon and Earth are all in perfect alignment during this phase. This month’s New Moon occurs today, in the mid-morning hours, while the Dark Moon happened last night. Both phases are potent to utilize intentionally.

The lunar phases are known to affect the ocean tides and all water on the Earth. Similarly, in Astrology, the Moon represents everything associated with the water element, such as our mood, emotions and dreams. The Moon in our natal chart also shapes the blueprint of our inherent skills, gifts, talents, and psychic abilities.

Since ancient times, the lunar cycle has been utilized as a tool for conscious creating, manifesting and spiritual practice. In the case of the New Moon, the Moon find itself directly between the Earth and the Sun. It reaches a point when it becomes totally ‘dark,’ with no sunlight illuminating it at all. The Moon then emerges again as a tiny sliver of light, known as the New Moon.

The transition into the New Moon actually presents us with two powerful points of lunar energy to work with – both the Dark Moon’s total blackout, and New Moon’s re-illumination.

The Dark Moon is a short but powerful time for soul-searching. It is the deep ‘cocoon phase,’ before the shell of rebirth cracks open. It represents a moment of release of that which is no longer serving us. The Dark Moon is the ideal time to enter into stillness, re-evaluate goals, and plant new seeds of desire. The darkness is a potent point of creativity. Pay close attention to any dreams or visions you may had in the past 24 hours. It is worth being very intentional at this time of the month.

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Rediscovering Your Intuition

Click Here NOW for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comWhat sets psychics and mediums apart from everybody else? Why is it that we can see, hear and feel things that other people apparently cannot? There doesn’t seem to be a straight and definite answer to this question.

It appears that psychic ability, or ‘the gift,’ may be passed down in our genetic code, which implies that only a select few are inherently capable of being psychics and mediums. But, is this all there is to it?

Is it merely a question of being born with unique gifts, that the majority of people simply can never have, or is it a matter of following a certain life path, with associated experiences and attitudes, which then prompts or enables someone to develop certain abilities or skills that mostly lie dormant in others? Is being psychic the result of nature, or nurture?

As with many others forms of human ability and achievement, psychic ability is probably a combination of nature and nurture. It is likely that certain people are born with predispositions to certain psychic abilities, such as clairvoyance or mediumship. However, like all other human talents, these gifts still need to be nurtured if they are to grow and evolve.

However, I also do believe that everybody has a certain degree of psychic ability, more commonly known as ‘intuition.’ This is not to say that anyone can be a psychic medium – just as anyone cannot be an accomplished artist or sports star. It simply means that there is probably a base level of intuitive ability present in all human beings, and that some of us have more of it than others. Continue reading

The Divine Mysteries Of Competence And Confidence

Click Here NOW For A FREE Psychic Reading at PsychicAccess.comHow do we hone a certain ability enough to be competent and confident with the knowledge gained, developed and demonstrated, without having to continually prove our ‘worth and merit’? And, should we feel the need to prove our expertise in any area of life, are we not placed in a defensive position, whereby the competence is then easily questioned and the confidence doubted?

Some may argue that confidence is an inborn trait and can not necessarily be developed by perfecting a certain craft, skill, talent or gift. But, those who takes this position often have not done their own homework in establishing, cultivating and maintaining their own expanded potential.

Competence comes through repetitious practice, until the act is perfected. Then, confidence rides piggy back on this polished competence. We no longer need to think about what is being achieved. Yes, too much thinking interferes with our competence, and therefore inhibits confidence.

In order to learn to ride a bicycle with ease, one must practice. You must also fall a few times, and learn to work with the Law of Gravity, until balance is more consistently maintained. But, even then, the magical fun of riding a bike instinctively happens of its own accord, without the rational interference or assistance of the rider. Once accomplished, no one can unlearn it.

Learning to play the guitar is achieved the same way. And one will have to practice a lot, sometimes with calloused, bruised fingers, for many tedious, seemingly ‘non-productive’ hours, to become even a mediocre musician. Ask any accomplished musician. Continue reading

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