Posts Tagged ‘truth’
Jodi Picoult writes, “Is Fate getting what you deserve, or deserving what you get?” As an idealist, I consider these words to be my creed.
Each day I make choices about what I eat, drink, say, or do. Many years ago when I was very young, I made the decision that The Eight-Fold Path of Buddhism was an easy way to self-access my behavior:
(1) Right view – to see and understand things as they really are
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When it comes to the Tarot, many people have a lot of reservations and even fears. They imagine old women sitting at a table with a crystal ball predicting doom, death and despair for their unfortunate client. Others believe the Tarot to be some kind of satanic fortune-telling tool that goes against the will of God and brings demons to their doorstep.
The list goes on and on about the suspicions and fears many have about the Tarot. But the truth is the Tarot is none of these things. Tarot cards are less of a fortune-telling tool and more of a guidance system. Their rich imagery tells a story and that story is the tale of each of our lives. The first card in Tarot is the Fool. The Fool represents the incarnated soul in the earth realm. The other cards that follow are all people, places and states of mind and spirit that the incarnated soul will encounter on its journey through this world. The Fool, or incarnated soul, represents each and every one of us in this life and tells the story of every individual. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes people who consider themselves to be a superior professional in their field, may develop a misinformed opinion, deliberate or otherwise, of another person with whom they work. Instead of being honest and speaking directly to this person they think so little of, or bothering to get to know them, they make assumptions. Instead of resolving the issue by communicating directly, they begin to indulge in frequent negative thoughts about the other person.
These negative, harmful thoughts go out into the universe in the form of dark energy and ‘attacks’ the psyche of the other person who these thoughts have been focused on. The attacker is therefore harming a fellow human being unconsciously through their mean-spirited and hateful thinking process. Read the rest of this entry »
From 1979 to 1992, I had a mentor who taught me about karma. She made it clear that I was not going to ever find a place to hide from my behavior. My father must have had the same lessons when he was growing up, because he told me the same thing.
I cannot do certain things that are not in line with “Right Thought” or “Right Action.” I simply cannot overcome that early training. Actually, I do not want to, yet, I see so many who seem fine with “cutting corners.”
Sometimes, I feel like I am alone. It is as though I am swimming all alone in the ocean or running on a deserted road. I honestly have been looking for others who were raised like I was raised, those who believe what I believe, among the young and restless, as well as the old and angry. Too often I ask. “Where are they who honor karma?” Read the rest of this entry »
As a psychic it is not easy to find the right psychic to read for me. Like many psychics, I can do readings for others, but I can’t read for myself. But trying to find the right psychic for me is like buying a car or a house – it is a process and a challenge!
Just like a house or a car, you look for a psychic who offers you certain special features that will suit your unique needs. There are so many psychics out there, who do you choose from?
When I was younger I needed the guidance of a good psychic from time to time for my love life. This was before the Internet. I remember deciding to take a bike ride on my 18x speed to find a psychic. Along the way I noticed a lady was moving in to a new psychic store, and she already had her sign out, before she was completely moved in. So, I decided to stop and talk to her, and she seemed really nice. Read the rest of this entry »
You call or go to visit a local psychic. The moment you make contact with the person you immediately ask, “So what’s going to happen with my job?” The psychic then lays out a few cards or listens intently to see what Spirit may be saying about this situation.
After a few moments, the psychic speaks and begins to give you information that is only half right or even way off the mark. You get perturbed and exit the reading proclaiming that the psychic was not gifted, or that you had no connection with the person giving you the reading. Read the rest of this entry »
We all have desires in life, and it’s natural to want happy outcomes and perfect endings to the stories in the book of our lives. But what happens when we have that, “I just know it’s going to work out” feeling, and then a psychic reading comes along and bursts our bubble?
Sometimes, when a person consults a psychic, they are sure that their ex-lover is going to come back, or that they are going to get that perfect job. They are looking for confirmation from the psychic that their own intuitions are accurate and everything is going to work out in an ideal way. But then, when the psychic foresees pitfalls and problems, the person can become discouraged, or even angry. This is when many claim that the psychic was not accurate, or could not connect to their situation. And this is also when some psychics tend to smile sweetly at their client and begin to sugar coat the reading. Both of these reactions however, are completely unwarranted. Read the rest of this entry »
George Michael sang about it, prayers have been written about it, songs have been sung about it… and yet it remains a mystery to so many. So, I put forth this question to you: what is faith and where does it come from?
Right now there is either silence on your end, or a rapid fire response. Or maybe you are saying, “Well, let me think about it.”
They say faith moves mountains, but then that begs the question: do you have Faith in faith? That’s a different concept altogether – one that must be looked at.
It’s easy to go to your preferred place of worship on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday, or whenever it is that you attend. Lovely. Absolutely. Without a doubt. There you show your faith. But what happens the rest of the week? This is where Faith in Faith comes into play, and without it you don’t even get to pass go. Read the rest of this entry »