I am sure many of you have heard of Uri Geller, he became famous in the 1970′s showing the world how powerful the mind could be if utalised. He is most famous for bending spoons with his mind, or growing seeds in his hand. I am not going to try to get you to believe that all he does is true. You have your own mind and it is up to you to decide for yourself.
I met him in person several years ago and the one thing that stood out for me was his steeliness, I have not met anyone else so assured mentally, his eyes and his presence was of a man who gets what he asks for. Something that comes in very handy when your job is mental work.
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All that we create comes about with the use of tools. If you fancy gardening, no doubt you have shovels, rakes, and watering cans at the ready. And so it is with psychic readers. While there are thousands of ways we can connect with our intuition and pass along messages to others, a few of them have become quite well known and broadly accepted.
Astrology is among the most popular tools used, along with tarot cards and crystal balls. Anyone who loves their craft has certain favourites in the collection of tools at their disposal. So, let’s gather our shovels and rakes and dig into ye olde psychic toolbox.
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There are many questions people ask, about life and death, the most common one that comes from people is “What is the spirit world like”. Throughout history people have lay awake at night trying to work out what happens to you after death, or they wonder how vast the universe is. The workings of the universe will be left for another day, today we will talk about what the spirit world is like.
No one truly knows what the spirit world is like, we can only work on visions impressions that are given to us from the spirit world. We will all know for sure one day, when we cross over to the other world. This is the impression that was given to me.
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We all have the ability to think, some of us think more than others, but in general our thought processes are similar. If I think about a city I have visited for instance. I will picture the landmarks I have visited, I will remember, often with feelings attached if I was sad or happy. Sometimes I can see and feel in my mind a scene clearly, sometimes it becomes hazy and is more thought and memory than pictures.
I am sure you all have varying degrees of picturing in your mind. You may picture and even taste in your mind what you are thinking of having for dinner. Or you may think about the play you are going to see at the theatre that evening, picturing the theatre in your mind, or you will guess what the characters will be like, just the same way you create a character from a book in your mind.
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We all lead such busy and stressful lives. Almost every day we come into contact with people who ‘push our buttons’. Day to day events or situations can also bring up anger, fear, resentment and frustration. Even members of our family can cause all sorts of emotions to bubble and brew.
Many of us were taught we shouldn’t show anger or that it was wrong to fight back. Instead we were told platitudes like ‘Two wrongs don’t make a right’ or ‘It is better to turn the other cheek’. Although there is some truth to these statements, this doesn’t help us on an energetic or physical level, as we squash down our emotions, smother those feelings and try to pretend we are unaffected by what is going on around us.
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How often have you held back what you were wanting to say because you were worried about what others might think about you? Isn’t it funny how we often allow others to be who they are, even when we don’t particularly like or approve of their actions or words, and yet we are not prepared to do the same for ourselves.
Have you ever wondered why it is that some of the people around you do or say things that you find upsetting or annoying, but you still love being around them? The main reason we connect with others is because we are attracted to their energy. Often we believe the reason why others like us, is because of the way we act around them. Although some of that is truth, it is our energy that is the lighthouse beacon they are drawn to.
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