January 25, 2006
Emotions – Part 2
I recently received a comment on my blog site that brought up an interesting subject – how to tell if the emotions you are feeling are yours or if they belong to those around you.
When you start to develop your spiritual energy your emotions are usually the first area where you notice a change. Suddenly you are able to sense the moods and emotions of people close to you, whether they attempt to keep their feelings hidden or not. Often times when this happens it leaves you in a similar emotional state. I like to think of it like a kind of psychic puberty. When a child approaches puberty they have a sudden influx of chemicals into their systems leaving them feeling all sorts of emotions – sadness, anger, etc. that they accept as their true emotions. In fact, these are not their real emotions, but are false, chemically-induced, emotions. The same thing happens with psychics - you end up thinking that what you are feeling is coming from your own emotional well, not from some else’s and you do not recognize the difference. With all of this excess emotion flying around it can be just as confusing as going through puberty!
So what to do? The first thing I suggest is to take stock of your emotional center. When you start feeling an overwhelming emotion, stop, take a breath and calmly observe the mood. Is there anything in your personal experience that might be making you feel this way? Did you have a bad day? Was traffic a mess? If you can relate the emotional experience to an actual event then the emotion is probably really yours. If you cannot place the emotion to anything in your personal experience, then this may be a false emotion, or an emotion that belongs to someone else. Once you decide the emotion is not yours, you can “look” to see who it does belong to, but the most important lesson here is to learn to separate your emotions from theirs. At this point you might want to psychically feel out the people close to you and let your intuition lead you to the right person, remembering that people do not have to share their emotions with you, even if you can sense them. After that, what you do about it is up to you.
January 14, 2006
Psychic Predictions 2006
Wouldn’t it be great if we could all know ahead of time what was going to happen? We could all be lottery winners, play the stock market, save countless lives, and be incredibly happy! So, even if we’re psychic, how come we can’t pull these answers from our minds, spirits, guides, crystal balls...who or whatever?
I think the key concept here is “fluid construct.” Time and events are not fixed in space waiting for us to catch up to them. They are constantly moving and shifting and there are an infinite number of outcomes available to us, depending on the choices we make and the choices made by those around us. Although occasionally an Act of God (hurricanes, earthquakes, the Sox winning the World Series) will come along to shake things up.
As a psychic, I use my gifts to feel my way along these multiple lines of possibility to a probable outcome and then offer this advice to my clients. Psychic counseling isn’t so much about predicting the future, as it is about making sense of the present and helping people find and take the next step on the path that will lead to their best possible future.
January 06, 2006
Energy is the key to everything that happens in our lives. And the nature and flow of this energy affects the positive and negative events that occur. Everyone has a story to tell when it comes to death and difficulty, but it is how you deal with these issues that create the energy that comes back to you.
Not to sound simplistic, but if you choose to dwell on the negative aspects around you, then you bring more of that negative energy back to you. If you want your life to change, then at some point you need to stop seeing the negative and start looking for the positive that really is all around you. The energy you put out is the energy you get back.
As Wayne Dyer likes to say, “when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”