Here on my blog I share some of the spiritual wisdom and perspective I gain on my journey to wholeness. From mediumship development, to mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health, to "The Oracle" energy view, and more!
I hope my posts will help empower you in deepening your spiritual connection, create the life you desire, discover greater purpose and most importantly, to simply help you feel good.
No matter how many times you tell yourself, “I just have to trust the universe”, It can be hard to trust in the unknown. Trust is a practice all its own, especially when life feels chaotic and overwhelming.
Many new homes (or a new to you home) come with lingering juju all their own; good, bad, and otherwise. It is not saying that the previous homeowners were terrible people, it just means the energy is theirs, beneficial to them and not necessarily beneficial to you,
If 2020 has taught me anything it is that nothing goes as planned.
Just like many of you, I found myself having to adjust my course, questioning everything, making quick, guided ‘risky’ decisions and came away a little confused as to what the heck actually happened!
Claircognizance is clear knowing – denouncing our logical brain and trusting our inner knowing. Sometimes what we come up with logically is what our soul knows to be true and the very message spirit is asking to be shared.
From sensing the change of temperature in a room, to difficulty breathing, internal sensations such as pain and discomfort in the body, to breezes, energetic cobwebs, the touch of a hand or a soft caress across the cheek – this is Clairsentience.
Clairaudience is hearing beyond the physical realm into the higher realms of consciousness. It is hearing the messages from loved ones in spirit, guidance from the angels, and the wisdom of the ascended masters and the loving voice of God, the Creator of All That Is.
A clairvoyant defines a medium who can ‘see’ images, visions, apparitions, symbols, orbs and the answers before it is physically known; clairvoyants have a keen sense of perception.
There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Grieving is not something you should be expected to simply “get over”. Rather, it is a process of learning how to live in a world without your loved one. It is quite normal to experience a variety of high and low emotions over a long period of time. You rise and fall and rise again.