Friday, January 21, 2011

Want Support? Give It to Others.

I have a spiritual practice that I have adopted that is helping me.

It runs contrary to what we hear about every day, contrary to what mass consciousness holds as true.

My practice is this: I picture myself giving loving support to and receiving loving support from the goodness of all humanity.

I choose to psychically connect with the real loving heart of all people everywhere. I can feel this goodness. Sometimes I see it portrayed when I watch simple acts of kindness extended between people, then I usually cry because of the truth of it, that we are all loving souls

The opposite of goodness is seen everyday in our nation’s addiction to the “news.” We watch murders and mayhem of all types and accept that that is normal.

Well, it’s not.

I believe that each of us needs to claim our loving heart and extend that energy of love to all peoples everywhere. It is a simple matter of intention to choose love and live it.

“What the world needs now is love, sweet love.”

May we as a loving, spiritual consciousness prevail.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Make Things Happen or Allow to Unfold? A Psychic's View


There are times when I just want to plunge ahead, feeling the kind of psychic energy that sees the goal and wants to get there.

Then life happens.

Life can take the form of allowing those energies to be put to the use that I envision.

Or life can put obstacles along my path.

I had a day when I could envision not only the goal I was seeking, but exactly what I needed to do to start my projects. But, ah ha! I also had resistance within me opposing what I longed to do.

Here’s the dilemma:

Life isn’t a straight path to the goal. Along the way we are meant to learn from any inner resistance. I needed to simply be with my resistance and be patient with it in order to learn the underlying cause of it and understand whether or not it was true.

Underlying my resistance was an old pattern of belief—I am not enough. I didn’t really trust myself to get important things done that would lead to my goal.

What did I do? I gently, lovingly led myself onward, allowing for both the tasks and rest. I accepted the resistance and the pain, allowed myself to work through them until it no longer had me in its grip.

Here’s a quote from Rumi:

Your task is not to seek for love,

But to seek and find all the barriers to love

That you have against it.

The reward that I received from seeking and finding all my barriers to love was a fresh attitude that is mindful not only of where I am headed, but also tolerant of the process of removing inner obstacles and resistances with love, continually asking for God’s guidance along the way.

Monday, January 17, 2011

A Psychic Hit on "Happy"


A Psychic Hit on "Happy"

I heard a talk the other day about being happy. Happy people don't always believe what their thoughts portray as true.

That made sense to me because as a psychic I have learned to listen to my thoughts and put them through my own personal victim detector.

Basically, if the thought hurts, stings, or is judgmental, it is questionable.

I learned from "The Work" that Byron Katie popularized in "Loving What Is" that if there is a conflict, it may be because of judgment rather than absolute love. One way to question our thoughts is to say, "Is it true?" "Is it really true?"

So if I am living with someone--which I am--and I think that I am victimized in any way, I ask myself, "Is it true?" "Is it really true?"

I can assure you that I have discarded a lot of stinkin' thinkin' in this way, and my filter for victim attitudes protects me and those I love from being at blame from misguided thoughts.

What I really want to pass on is this: If those thoughts hurt, sting or are judgmental, give them the question, "Is it really true?"