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Energy Work With Lunar Herbs

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe Moon is traditionally associated in healing and metaphysical practices with several flowers and plants, specifically herbs. Many of these herbs are silver, grey, or pale blue, as well as green, much like the Full Moon itself. Many of these plants are also associated with water, or grow near it.

There are several ways to use herbs in your practice, such as ingesting it in teas or other edible formats, and burning it as incense to purifying ourselves and our living spaces.

During the peak of the moon cycle when it is at its strongest during the Full Moon, is a powerful time to reflect on our emotions, the subconscious, healing, and parts of the body associated with water (blood, digestive system, reproductive system). We can enhance this powerful lunar energy by drinking an appropriate herbal tea, or burning an incense blend consisting of lunar herbs.

Different herbs are associated with the different energies of the lunar cycle.  If you are working through some difficult emotional baggage, try lavender, wild rose, lotus, poppy, or kava-kava.

Since the Moon encourages healthy consumption of water and moisturizing, herbs like aloe vera, coconut, chickweed, or marshmallow and aniseed roots act as both natural refreshers and soothers. They are excellent to ensure healthy water absorption, and gels made from aloe are well-known as natural moisturizers.

If you wish to deepen your levels of compassion and understanding during a moon cycle, try mugwort, wormwood, or passionflower. Many of these herbs are edible and delicious. Just be sure to double check first, before adding them to your salad or your teapot!

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Your Future Is A Divine Garden

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comTrue psychic reading is descriptive, not predictive. It relays what is revealed in the energy. It is not a conclusive fortune-telling of what is definitely going to happen in the future. But what is in the energy can indeed offer information for the future. It is about destiny, not fate.

Gardening is a good analogy to describe this ‘predictive’ energy. Seeds planted in the earth are unseen, but truly there. They are not visible to the naked eye from the surface. Seeds are hidden beneath, teeming with life. They hold the parts and potentials of an entire existence to unfold. But their process takes time. There is a period that it appears inactive from the outside, yet there is something magical stirring and germinating within it. Within every seed there is life force; an encapsulated vitality undergoing a natural evolution toward its next stage…long before it can be seen.

Similarly, energy is present beneath the surface of our ordinary awareness. It is as a subtle substance, quality, or force to yet shaped into physical form. It is there, a reality, pulsating, before it makes its presence known. There is an organic movement and process that occurs within it. In its own time and way, it moves, morphs, and takes shape.

As different seeds hold different varieties of plants to be, so do energies hold their own distinctive qualities also. Each has unique attributes that could be compared to the distinguishing features of form, texture, color, fragrance, species, and so on. Therefore, the energy of loss is noticeably very different than the energy of joy, like an apple seed is very different from a sesame seed.

Planted seeds also do not all sprout at the same time, nor even precisely when anticipated. A lotus seed, for example, can remain viable for at least three thousand years, whereas a tulsi seed generally germinates within one to two weeks. Seeds in the cabbage family, such as broccoli, kale, and lettuce, can come up in just one to two days.

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Spirit Signs From Loved Ones

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comDid you know that the spirit of a deceased loved one can give you signs that they are around and looking out for you? There are many possible signs: anything from an orb of light to the smell of perfume or cigar smoke, or shadows, or a personal object being moved from one place to another. Music is another way that loved ones can communicate with you.

There is always a reason why a departed loved one tries to let us know they are around us. It can range from being a warning of future danger, to simply letting us know that they love and miss us. For many generations in my family our loved ones have let us know they are around being.

I feel my mother is still helping me with life issues. Growing up with her she would not encourage my psychic abilities. She could have helped gain a better understanding of what gifts I had, because she was also psychic.

After she passed away many years ago, I feel now that she does try to help me understand my gifts, even though it really does not make sense, because she never helped me much when I was younger. I guess since she passed on, she now looks at it in another way. When she is around she gets my attention with the smell of flowers.

My mother was a really great psychic in my eyes. She passed away on St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th, 1997. The time she passed was 12:12 exactly, and when we got home all our clocks were flashing 12:12. My mother still visits me. Every so often the clock will flash 12:12, and I know she is around.

Today, I went into the bedroom and I saw this very bright light with the shades down. Once again the clock was flashing 12:12. I have two alarm clock stacks on top of each other. The clock on top was tipped over, while the one on the bottom was flashing 12:12.

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The Spiritual Tidings Of The Ladybug

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comIf you enjoy gardening or spend a lot of time outdoors, you are probably well-acquainted with ladybugs. These brave little members of the beetle insect family come in thousands of varieties and colors and are found all over the world.

In medieval Europe, these little beetles were associated with the Virgin Mary, because they helped protect farmers’ crops from pests. The ladybug eats aphids and other garden pests, while keeping flowers and plants healthy.

In other cultures, including Scandinavia, Japan, and India, ladybugs are associated with divine feminine energy, as well as forgiving ourselves and others, spiritual grace, and empathy. The cycle of death and rebirth, along with the ability to heal, are also symbolic trademarks of the humble ladybug.

But they are not just useful as nature’s pest controllers. They are also spiritual messengers.

It is said good fortune isn’t far away when a ladybug lands on you, and for good reason: their hard outer shells and bright colors make them among the toughest survivors in the insect world. And they do not only bring tidings of good luck, they are also good omens of protection and healing.

Next time you encounter a ladybug, count the number of spots you see on its shell. If there are a total of seven spots, or another prime number, it is considered especially lucky. Likewise, note the color. Ladybugs are often depicted as red with black spots, but they also come in various shades of yellow (joy, optimism, the sun) and orange (health, prosperity). Just like our fingerprints, no two ladybugs are the same.

Unlike some other insects, the ladybug can live comparatively long, up to two to three years, and they also hibernate like mammals. For this reason, ladybugs often show up in our lives when it is time for us to engage in greater self-care, or recover our physical and spiritual strength when life becomes overwhelming. When they fly on a warm summer breeze, imagine them taking some of your cares away.

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Transitioning With Grace

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comAutumn always awakens my awareness of transitions. Not only does the entire scenery change color, but each individual leaf on every tree is in a constant shift of shades of greens, golds, yellows, oranges, and reds. With every shifting shade and combination of them, the pattern of the palette continuously alters too.

Then, of course, there is the falling of the leaves – the gradual transition from tree to ground, from full foliage to bareness in various new measures day by day. The rise and set of the sun, and the length of the night and light incrementally inch through their own thresholds as well.

Like the changing season, life is full of transitions. From the moment the soul enters the womb, an endless sequence of them begins. The body develops in a rapid succession of changes, then carries the soul from womb to world.

In the world, the embodied soul then undergoes transition through various ages and stages, growing from infant to toddler to child to adolescent to adult, until gradually winding down to leave the body behind and proceed to the next one or world.

In between, you and I – the embodied souls – may face a multitude of additional transitions in relationships, careers, residences, levels of consciousness, and more. Such transitions – even the best of them – are not easy. They naturally incorporate intervals of instability in the liminal spaces between here and there. Transitions entail shedding, releasing, letting go of the old that was, and then birthing and rebirthing the next and new phase that will be. They empty us out and fill us up, again and again. Transitions are not easy; they may even make us feel queasy!

So, how can we move through the endless array of life’s transitions gracefully? As with all things, there are probably as many ways as there is individuality among people. What I share are simply some of the ones I have found especially helpful.

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Bittersweet Is The Fall

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comBittersweet is the fall in Maine. Literally. We have a vine here known as the ‘asiatic bittersweet’ (celastrus orbiculatus) that produces attractive red berries. They are yellow at first, but as they mature the outer shell cracks open to expose a magnificent crimson berry with a yellow coat.

Crafters here in New England traditionally use this vine to make holiday wreaths and decorate their homes. It also adorns the roads of Maine with the combination of fall leaves and green of pine trees.

But the bittersweet vine does its name justice in both sweet beauty and bitterness, life and death, because it is not only adored for its versatility as autumn décor this time of year, but it is also widespread, severely invasive and destructive. It suffocatingly twines high up around trees and sprawls over lower plants and vegetation.

It is not a native plant to the region and was originally brought here as an ornamental plant. As the vine begins to spread and grow to the top of trees it becomes the vine of death for the tree as it covers it completely. A bitter vine.

The fall is indeed a bittersweet time of the year. The natural cycle of life and death. The bittersweet time of year is the time to harvest food for the long winter ahead. Get our homes ready for the snow, darkness, and ice of winter.

In Maine the old timers say ‘button up the house’ for winter. The sweet part is people are thinking of the holidays ahead and gatherings with family and friends. There are traditional recipes. Who will make the best pie? Everyone has a favorite. Whose gravy is the most delicious? It’s a time of gratitude for everything that is good in life.

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The Wisdom Of The Trees

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comThe annual seasons profoundly affect perennial trees. Each year many species of perennial change color, release their leaves, go dormant, and then come back to life in the spring with new growth.

As humans we could learn a lot from these trees. Firstly, they are naturally in tune with the seasons. They can ebb and flow with the natural order of things.  For a season their leaves will gather up energy from the sun for growth.  They bask in the light and find nourishment. And they can do this because of their ability to release the old when the time comes.

There are times in our lives when we also need to release the old things from the past.  All our life experiences have natural course and expiry date to them.  All our relationships in this physical life are also temporary experiences. Knowing this allows us to be in the flow with the cycles of life and the afterlife.

Too often we resolutely cling to the past, which causes us to feel stuck or keeps us from developing the types of relationships and experiences we truly want.  If the trees were to hold on to their old dead leaves, there would be no room nor energy for further growth. It would be impossible for them to thrive and be nourished by the sun.

There is also no way for trees to perpetually grow. One time I planted a tree late in the season. I gave it lots of nourishment, but over the winter it died off. By fertilizing the tree, I was creating a condition that would not allow it to survive. The fall is when trees release their leaves so the wood can harden off.

Too often people want to run to the next experience, and the next experience. Or they they try to make an experience last indefinitely. They want to make the ‘summer’ of their peak human experiences last forever. They never give themselves the opportunity to let go and properly grieve what has been, in order to recenter and become stable and energized for the next spring.

It is important for us to acknowledge our actual life experiences and move through the winter seasons in a way that prepares us for the next season. There is a temptation to just keep running to the next experience or next relationship to satiate a previous painful experience. However, in doing so we create situations that are toxic and unsustainable.

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