Some things must be believed before they can be seen. We're used to the way science usually works: We see it, then we believe it. We've all heard that seeing is believing. In fact, most of us believe that things must be seen to be believed. But, that's not always true. In fact, . . .
May I open my mind to receive wisdom from higher powers & allow their guidance to lead me to peace & tranquility all the days of my life. That's really what we want right? Peace and tranquility. Oh, and maybe a little information. And to answer the question, do mediums really . . .
It can be hard for me to turn off my "observer" and embrace the activity in which I'm involved. Because I really do like to watch and suss out and consider -- sometimes I like that much more than participating. Not to mention the effort that must go into remembering things so I can write . . .
Something interesting is afoot this weekend. I'm attending a beginning workshop in Shamanism. "What?" you might ask. "Does she think she's Native American?" Nope. It turns out that many cultures have shamanistic features. And, there's a "name" in shamanism--Michael Harner--he's brought shamanism . . .
The first shaman I ever met was a Native American woman who took me on a drumming journey that was both magical and mystical. Shamans have a long, rich history of helping commemorate important life events, so I wasn't surprised when several shamans were on our agenda at the Afterlife Awareness . . .
If you’re not familiar with Brian L. Weiss, MD, who wrote Many Lives, Many Masters, a classic in the realm of spirituality, I highly recommend the book. Let me trot out his credentials, because they impress logical people (like me) : educated at Columbia University and Yale, now Chairman Emeritus of . . .
It's one thing to think you are intuitive, as I believe I am and it's another to believe you can really read another person. I am at the 4th Annual Afterlife Awareness Conference in Portland and had the pleasure of taking a four-hour psychic development workshop with spiritual medium Austyn . . .
This is the second part of a series on ... well, what IS it on? Can the future really be predicted? Can some people actually talk to the dead? In yesterday’s post I talked about my experience with psychics and mediums. I’m continuing the discussion today. One sunny afternoon last summer, my . . .
Ever wanted to know if someone could predict your future? There’s nothing more fascinating to us than the future: planning for it, saving for it, thinking about it and yes, even predicting it. Some people, including me, are fascinated by people who claim they can see the future. If this is where I . . .
Who among us hasn't wanted to dress Jesus? For the price of just a few lattes, you can. This fabulous magnetic Jesus comes with a complete wardrobe — Jesus as surfer dude is irresistible. For the fashion lovers among us, the kit comes with a nice assortment of accessories, like loaves and fishes. . . .