Wednesday, October 16, 2013

A Question of Faith

I consider myself a woman of great faith, devotion to God and a dedication to my spiritual path are among those things most sacred to me.  What I do comes from God, I deliver His messages in honor and integrity and feel myself to be a conduit of His Divine Light.

Faith is a deeply personal journey and one that should never be taken lightly.  I respect all paths and honor each person's mission to cultivate this most necessary relationship with the Divine.

I work in a largely Christian community and while clients may be interested in seeing me, some feel it is a challenge to their current beliefs.   I don't ever find this to be the case.... having a psychic reading and loving Jesus are in no way at odds! I believe in a faith that allows us to have a direct relationship with God...  prayer, meditation and service are all ways we can be in this direct communion. 

I had this same conversation with a client who had contemplated calling me for over a year.  Susan (shared with her permission) came in last month for her 2nd reading! I asked if she would talk about how her experience and concerns had played out.  I found her words helpful and am grateful she allowed me to share it. 

Healers working in integrity can bring great clarity and peace of mind.  It is never a substitute for medical or psychiatric care, nor even good common sense.  But in the best of circumstances, ethical psychics can provide insight and direction when your own thoughts, feelings or beliefs are tripping you up.

It is not a question of faith, but in service to your own Truth, to allow your intuition to get a second opinion. (And. my thanks to Clairbook for such a witty tagline!) 

Fear has NO Power

Ready for the fear challenge?  

Take the leap and move outta your own darn way, baby!

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Woo Woo Word of the Moment :: Séance

I've shyed away from this word for a long time, but ultimately, mama's ready to reclaim it!

In the traditional sense, a séance is a gathering where the living (that's us) can talk, connect and be in commune with those on the other side.  It is an opportunity for healing and connection to bring peace and sometimes awe to those in attendance.

The séance got a bad wrap in the early part of this century.  When spiritualists reigned, so too were there opportunities for less than integrious individuals to take advantage. It's not my belief nor experience that most psychics are insincere, rather, all work at differing levels of integrity, and that's why I stress ethics in my community so strongly. 

Séances are not simply mediums connecting and sharing messages, I have most often experienced them as evenings of intense connections and teachings.  All who gather in the spirit of curiosity and sincerity are gifted with something truly remarkable.  From weird noises to unexplained lights, all things are possible! 

While we do open doorways and peek through the veil, séances are a safe step in spiritual waters.  I tend to experience them less as an occult and more in the realm of healing when properly conducted.  Setting safe space and having clear boundaries are essential pieces to hosting a gathering such as this.  We close doors after us, we release Spirits back to God/Goddess/Source and we say prayers blessing everyone in the highest divine light.  This is a boon for our communities much more so than an entertaining diversion. 

If you wanna play deeper:

- the Scole Experiement is an excellent resource for those seeking to explore life after death.  I've found them to be not only fascinating but in great integrity and service as well!

- I host an annual séance in the Denver area each year in this spirit of gathering and community healing.   Check it out and join us if you can!