How do you know if a psychic is ethical or a fraud? Unfortunately, you probably have to schedule an appointment with the psychic before you can determine this, but here are some handy tips to identify the "dips" (as my 83 year old mother would say).
1) Using ornamental trappings or titles: First of all, unless its a Halloween or a themed party, anyone who might be wearing a gypsy turban (unless they actually are a true gypsy, or for religious purposes), might use the term "fortune teller" and/or calls himself "master of anything" or "madam"...need I say more? You probably should run.
2) "They seem to read my mind" scam: A lot of the number 1's fall into this category - Anyone who starts off reading you like a book to convince you, and/or then says they need to remove a curse someone put on you. Its not that I don't believe in curses, its that... they have to light 400 candles to remove it (or some such nonsense) and the candles will cost you $400. I hope nobody's falling for this, but in all seriousness, where do these people all learn the same schtick? Is there some underground "Psychic Scam School" I don't know about? Also, anyone who gives you an unsolicited reading.
3) They read your mind: Along with number 2, anyone who reads you like a book, and tells you everything that is in your mind...wow... could they be reading your mind? But of course. Basically, instead of reading (interpreting) what Spirit is telling them, and passing the message to you, they are reading you. (This can happen with mediums too. They are reading your feelings and thoughts about the person you miss, instead of actually talking to your loved one.) Some psychics aren't aware they are doing this. Beware of a reading that is too detailed.
4) They leave you with only one option: This goes along with number 3; because they are reading you, they see where your thoughts are taking you, and they say, "x, y and z is going to happen to you". You leave, and lo and behold, x, y and z happen to you. They never gave you other options, or looked to see if you had a different path you could have taken to change certain scenarios. We are in a multiple choice script, people, so not everything is just one way and that's it.
5) They give you really heavy bad news: Just lays it on you, and kind of does a similar scenario to #4. They don't give you any other options, and this could possibly send you into a downward spiral of depression, instead of uplifting you. They have taken away your power to make another choice to change the circumstances, prepare for them or at the very least understand why this event would have to happen. If they had given you other options, or looked at other aspects of the scenario, the reading would have helped you. Instead they dropped a bombshell, giving you bad news without advice on how to handle it, in essence, giving you a death sentence, Once again, I would question this psychic's sources for their information.
Ever had any of the above experiences? Please share!
Did you cut or burn yourself? Gel Loe is your answer. No not J. Lo. This product is so amazing, that I never worry anymore about cuts or burns. There's nothing worse than burning your finger and feeling it for days, and as a Massage Therapist, a finger cut that doesn't heal up for a week is a minor disaster in my work. If you apply this immediately after an accident, it will seal up the cut, and will take the burn out of the burn in a matter of minutes. Ladies, try this after shaving or waxing legs if you get red bumps.
Formulated from Williard Water, this is a topical solution that delivers. Williard Water is a solution that is added to water and can be drank or used topical. I stepped on a heater grate about 20 years ago, and had a burn on my foot with the heater imprint that was blistering. I immediately soaked my foot in Williard Water, and the burn completely disappeared. I have no reason to lie, as I am not selling it or affiliated. (Although I selfishly don't want it to disappear off the market). This gel version can be used on basic skin lesions that need healing, and on the face. It is very pure, so don't open the top and let your finger get in it. Pump it through the pop top, otherwise, you will see mold start to grow in it. Gel Loe product will also enhance any other product used in conjunction. If it's so wonderful, why is it hard to find, you ask? Because it works! If it didn't, you could easily find it at your local pharmacy.
This product is non-staining, non-allergenic, and safe for all ages. Don't be without it. Here's a link: http://www.balancedforhealth.com/gel-loe.htm
Have you used this product? Let me hear your feedback.
Stick with me for more undiscovered products coming soon...
Animals Have Sovereignty - Souls
Society’s belief that animals have no soul or spirit is not agreed upon by all of us who can look in the eyes of our pet and see emotion and an intelligent being looking back at us. The Native American Indians and many tribal cultures around the world revered and respected all animals' rights to acquiesce or agree to die and become food, clothing or sustenance as needed in the circle of life. These tribal cultures gave back to the animals as well, and recognized that human souls reincarnate into animal bodies.
I would like to share with you my own recent experience with my kitty, adopted from the ASPCA. Her name from the shelter was Amy Jo, but it didn't suit her. She had a painted face, like war paint, but was loving,
She said, "My name is ‘Spirit of the Hawk.”
affectionate and laid back. I was having trouble re-naming her. I'd had her for about two weeks, and I decided I needed to get to it, but still nothing came to me, so I jokingly asked her, "How about 'Biscuit Butt?". Amy Jo looked directly at me, and I had words form clearly in my mind. She said, "My name is 'Spirit of the Hawk'". I was shocked, and in awe! I said, "Well, that is a rather long name. Obviously you are Native American? Do you have a shorter everyday name?" She didn't speak to me any further.
About two days later, I was at work, in the middle of giving a massage, when the psychic information came to me that my kitty's name was a Native American word, and the name of a tree. I started going through the names of trees in my mind, until I got to the "Sequoia" (I only knew of this name because I had visited the Sequoia National Forest). It hit me that Sequoia was an Indian word...the name of a tribe?...I knew I had heard it before.
After googling "Sequoia", I found "Sequoyah", the name of the Cherokee Indian Chief who wrote down the Cherokee language, and taught his people to read and write. He also led them on the infamous "Trail of Tears".
I next googled "Sequoyah" and "Spirit of the Hawk" together to see what would come up. Imagine my surprise when I was led to the website of a Cherokee Indian looking to reunite with his people. He was a direct descendant of Sequoyah, and had been given his Indian name, which was "Spirit of the Hawk"! Wow! Was my kitty a piece of the soul of Sequoyah?
QUESTION: Have you had any experiences of your own with the sovereignty of animals? Please share!
Here is a wonderful video about an animal communicator and a black panther you may have seen passed around Facebook, that is amazing! www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6FyGlDnbgM
It was the fall of 1992, and I was 24 years old when my Spirit Guides first told me I needed to choose whether I wanted to keep on living, or die. I was working night shift at a hotel, and as business was very slow in the middle of the night, I would pass the time channeling. I was asking my usual mundane questions, like "Am I ever going to find a better job?", and "Is this guy right for me?", when I was offered the opportunity to die. At first I thought I had heard wrong, and so I asked what they were talking about. My guides said, "You are about to enter a very long phase of your life that will be incredibly difficult and painful, and so you have the opportunity to leave now if you feel you are not ready to go through this." To say the least, I was shocked, and then panicked. Couldn't they just stick to simple stuff like romance and career? Geez! I was given no other information than this, so being 24, and just beginning my life, of course I said I would like to go on living. I hadn't prepared to die yet; hadn't even thought about it. Well, about two weeks later, I began what turned out to be a twenty-one year stretch of pure hell. Interestingly enough, I was ready for death at particularly difficult times, but looking back, I knew I was clearing incredible amounts of karma and evolving spiritually. I knew I had come into this life to focus on spiritual growth, above all else.
Just as my life was starting to get good, my second, I'll call it "Death Doorway", was offered again in the fall of 2013. Once again, I was told I could leave or stay. After that last stint, I have to say I was contemplating taking the easy way out (even though I knew if I died my sisters would kill me). My guides were so "helpful" with information again, as they said, "Be sure to make the right choice." The right choice? Hmm.... I actually pondered it for awhile this time, as I knew if I had to go through such extreme experiences again, I didn't have the strength of spirit to endure. I had never talked about any of this with anyone, but I decided to confide in one of my psychic friends, and she had been getting ultimatums as well. So, I was not the only one. I had always felt that we all have doorways that we set up to leave if things got too difficult, but most people are unaware, not tuning into their guidance - and I can't blame them, because who would really want to know this kind of thing? Well, I decided to stay again, because I didn't go through that twenty years of hell for nothing. I was told I made the right choice.
My final doorway...I was told on March 7th of this year that in 3 years, 5 months and 6 days, I would have achieved what I wanted in this life, and could once again leave or stay at that time. If I stayed, I would live another 50 years if I wanted to, and that it would be very important to a certain individual's path if I did stay. I would also be of much needed help to others. When 2017 gets here, I'll get to decide...not really something I'm looking forward to...but I'll keep you posted.
Do you have an experience with Death Doorways, or had experiences where you felt that you should have died but didn't?
Its common knowledge if you're born in July, your birth stone is a ruby, but who says so? So-called "traditional birth stones" were created by jewelers based on what stones they had in overstock at certain times of the year. For example, if you are born in November, Topaz was in abundance, so that became the stone of November people, in order to amp up sales and get rid of extra inventory. Your commercialized birth stone has absolutely nothing to do with you or your birth month. So, what stone does, and why?
The practice of attributing a stone to a certain month and day of the year sprang out of the ancient sciences of Chaldean and Hindu Numerology and Astrology. Our bodies are made up of the same minerals as gemstones and crystals. Each of our cells has a positive or negative magnetic charge, consisting of protons and electrons. Our system is electrical and magnetic. Everything around us has a magnetic charge. When we wear gems, they react with light, altering the electromagnetic field of the body, and thereby creating an electrochemical balance in the body. These stones are charged through exposure to the Sun, Moon, stars and planetary bodies within our solar system, attuning to certain fields of magnetic energy through their color and compositional makeup or structure. In turn, they are connected to specific planets (Sun and Moon included as "planets" here) which individually rule times of the year on our calendar, or months. These gemstones also relate to the day number of the month, as the planets rule certain number vibrations.
What does all this mean? Your month of birth and day of birth are ruled by particular stones of a certain color and increase your good luck.
Here they are:
Born on the 1st, 10th, 19th or 28th of any month - Yellow Topaz, Amber, Yellow Diamond. Also Ruby.
Born on the 2nd, 11th, 20th or 29th - Pearl, Moonstone, pale green stones and Green Jade. Also Clear Quartz, Green or White Agate.
Born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st, 30th - Amethyst. Also Yellow Sapphire, Yellow Topaz.
Born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd, 31st - Blue Sapphire. Also Hessonite (garnet).
Born on the 5th, 14th, 23rd - Diamond, glittery stones, set in Platinum, Silver. Also, Emerald.
Born on the 6th, 15th, 24th - Turquoise and Emeralds. Also, White Diamond, White Sapphire, White Zircon, White Tourmaline.
Born on the 7th, 16th, 25th - Moonstone, Pearl, Moss Agate, Cat's Eye (real not synthetic), set in White Gold.
Born on the 8th, 17th, 26th - Amethyst, Dark Sapphires, Black Pearl, Black Diamond.
Born on the 9th, 18th, 27th - Ruby, Garnet, Bloodstone (if not worn next to skin). White or Red Coral, Carnelian and Jasper.
Other Additional Stones - (in a more general sense and secondary)
January - Moonstones, Pearls, Amethyst
February - Sapphires, Pink Topaz, Moonstone
March - Agate, Sapphire, Amethyst, Emerald
April - Rubies, Garnets, Bloodstone
May - Emerald, Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli
June - White or Red Carnelian, Sapphire, Diamond, Glittery gems
July - Pearl, Diamond, Opal, Cat's Eyes, Clear Quartz, Moonstone
August - Imperial and White Topaz, Amber, Ruby
September - Emerald, Diamond, Pearl
October - Opal, Pearl
November - Turquoise, Ruby, all red stones
December - Amethyst, Sapphire