A friend asked me yesterday what exactly do I experience during psychic reading sessions with clients? What I experience internally, subjectively, is this: If they are asking me about a future outcome, I kind of project myself forward into their emotional (astral) body (into their nonphysical energy field) and take a look to see what I’m doing and how I’m feeling. Am I happy that I just got the corner office with the new promotion or that Bob with the red corvette asked me to the prom? Or am I relieved about a financial situation because Uncle Noah has just given me a fat check for my birthday for the first time in his life? What am I thinking? What am I feeling in response to what I am thinking? Then I just come back into the here and now and tell them what I saw. Continue reading
As a professional clairvoyant, I see everything around me not only with my outer vision, but also with my inner vision. I tend to think of the world around me as the visible manifestation of energy in motion, because as an energy worker that’s how I perceive it. The concept of subtle energy is not a theoretical one for me. Everything and everyone I see with inner sight is composed of highly interactive energy. This means I’m paying less attention to what your words are, than I am to what your energy field is telling me, and how you’re “vibrating”, as Abraham-Hicks would say. When I’m looking into your energy field, I’m not thinking “oh, he’s yellow,” or “oh, she’s blue.” It’s my experience that colors change every moment with every thought, more often as your moods do. What I perceive is like a film clip within a layer of the aura that runs along the first few inches from your skin. Different locations show me a different “movie.” Yours fears and concerns make for a more vivid film than do the areas of your life you’re bored with. Kind of like the old black and white movies they’ve colorized – you’re going along in black and white (the oppressed, boring parts of your life) and suddenly you’re in color (your fears, fervent wishes, etc.) Continue reading
I dreamed last night that I won the lotto and gave the magazine away. I woke up and it felt so real my first thought was there was no hurry to check email. That felt pretty free! Since I’m getting ready to win the lotto, I thought – well, why not give the magazine to someone and go play? I’m not joking. The whole kit and kaboodle. No, there are no debts or anything like that 🙂 So who should I give it to and why? If you know someone or want to be considered, let me know. (Of course obviously everything would be handled legally and all ad contracts fulfilled, etc.)
Who and why. This way, when my ticket wins, I’ll have a list handy and have made my decision already. No strings. Seriously. What would you do if it was yours?
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I always have several creative visualization projects going on at one time and i write about them on Facebook. Some I do with friends and clients, helping them hold a vision of something they are working on changing. A vision of wellness or quick healing for the sick. A vision of a friend finding the perfect job, a client finding the perfect partner, a family member attracting a good used car at a great price. I do creative visualization for myself for various areas also. And I switch it up, so I can tell what specific visualization attracts what specific result. I like especially to play with how income comes my way. Continue reading
I always have several creative visualization projects going on at one time. Some I do with friends and clients, helping them hold a vision of something they are working on changing. A vision of wellness or quick healing for the sick. A vision of a friend finding the perfect job, a client finding the perfect partner, a family member attracting a good used car at a great price. I do creative visualization for myself for various areas also. And I switch it up, so I can tell what specific visualization attracts what specific result. I like especially to play with how income comes my way. Continue reading
I had a fairly mindless day yesterday; the kind I don’t have very often. I woke up and did my morning meditation and went for a quick bike ride around the neighborhood before dawn while it was cool. I love the predawn hours, when everything is quiet and still. There’s no anger in the air. Then I went back to bed for a couple of hours. I got up and made my way into the office to check the To Do List and make sure I wasn’t spacing out on any important tasks. As usual, I keep quite a list going, but everything could wait. I quickly pre-sorted my snail mail, checked voice mail and email, opened an Office Depot delivery box and put the items into the supply closet, then walked out of the office for the rest of the day. Continue reading
The July Horizons was delivered yesterday so we’ve been getting it out onto the street. I had a good surprise when I got home, a notice that Amazon.com had sold a book I had listed with them for sale. When the tv show The Real Housewives of New Jersey came on, at the center of controversy with the character Danielle Staub was a book called Cop Without a Badge: The Extraordinary Undercover Life of Kevin Maher by Charles Kipps. When I saw the book cover, I knew I had the book here.
My cats each have their own favorite places to sleep and hang out. Giant Maine Coon Izzy likes to be stationed either at the hallway, so he can see anything that comes in the cat door or the front and back doors. My sleek haired, black and white masked harlequin YinYang likes to be in a box top on top of an end table by the tv, with a view toward the living room and backyard. When Izzy finds YinYang in his spot every so often, he just acts like he didn’t even notice and goes elsewhere. When Yinny finds Izzy in her spot however, she goes all King Kong on his fuzzy butt. Continue reading
Want to see how much you really believe in your business? Place an ad – anywhere – see what you attract. Little or no response? Amp up your belief and expectation, recreate your ad in treasure board fashion and rerun it and see the difference in response.
It’s not where you place your ad, it’s from what state of consciousness do you place it. That’s what attracts your results.
Today is typically the day I do my paperwork for the magazine mailing this weekend, but I was smart this time and did it all yesterday. In fact, I did it in record time – about 5 hours – since I managed to stay off Facebook and Twitter. It’s amazing how quickly the work goes when I jump right into it rather than whining to myself for an hour that I’d rather play instead. I learned that if I do the work a day early, then I am not rushing at the last minute. That idea was as helpful as learning to bill early enough that the payments are all in by the time the bills need to be paid. I’ve now got it down to a science. The next best idea was pre-paying my printer every week so that by the time my job goes in, it’s paid for. Last year I got behind with them just from not paying attention to what I was doing. When they finally called it to my attention I was really embarrassed. Now I just order a check sent several times a month and by the time it goes in, it’s paid for. Continue reading