There are lots and lots of books out about intention, the importance of intention in accomplishing anything. And from what I have seen in psychic reading sessions with clients, in seeing how energy works in the human energy field, I would say there is no doubt intention has everything to do with how you experience reality, what you can create.
I see thoughts as energy, feelings and emotions as energy. They are released from the person and spread in the aura creating a field, a vibration. That vibration is a filter through which the person experiences the world. It's also information for others. What's in that field is what others will respond to.
If you want something, if your thoughts about it are clear, if there is no doubt, then your filter becomes one where you will see opportunities. People will respond to you with information and suggestions.
If there is doubt, uncertainty, the aura is clogged up with conflicting energies creating confusion. This becomes the filter then. And it becomes very hard to create from confusion, uncertainty and doubt. There is no focus.
The easiest way to discover your intention is not by asking "What is my intention about this?" but by seeking any hesitation, fear, doubt. Once you've identified it, you can do something about it, either realize it as just a fear you can let go, or work through the issue if there is something deeper, until you come to clarity.
It's easy to name what we want, or what we intend, but that can be wishful thinking. It does not include what's in the way, our fears and doubts. But once you've identified those, you've cleared the path. Your intention has a focus and the probability of manifestation is increased.
So when you're wanting to create something, explore your intentions, fears and hesitations and clear the path for optimum creation.
If you're hesitating about what to do in your life, waiting for something, looking around for some guidance, think about what you're waiting for.
We've all grown up with parents (or guardians)--we had to listen to them. Then we had to obey teachers in school. After that bosses at work.
We're used to waiting for someone to tell us what to do. We're used to waiting for someone to tell is what we want to do is a good thing. We're waiting for their permission, their go-ahead sign.
It's a habit most of us have: wait for someone older, wiser, authority to give the okay sign.
But Reality isn't that way (though our social system is). In Reality you are the creator. You have free will. You can create what you want. In fact, you are meant to create; it's one of the reasons you are here. With the treasure of your soul gifts and talents you create.
How do you know what? You listen to your dreams. You pay attention to your visions. Those images that cross your mind that are too fun to be true. Yes, that's your soul talking to you saying this is what you really want; this is what will make you happy.
IN looking for approval from the outside, we've automatically discounted, blocked out what's coming as information from inside us--those pictures, images, dreams, moments of excitement, enthusiasm and inspiration.
Start paying attention to them. That's your path. That's YOU. That's you expressing, fulfilling, BEING YOU in the world.
Being You is what brings greatest fulfillment, peace, satisfaction and joy.
If you have ideas of new things you want to create, new directions in which you would like to move, but feel some fear and trepidation, are uncertain about your idea, this new path, a psychic reading can bring clarity.
Psychic readings are terrific for lots of reasons, and one of them is to identify your soul potential, soul attributes and purpose.
If your embarking on a new path, it is valuable to know these core attributes. It's also very useful to identify the hesitations and fears. When brought to light, doubts and fears dissolve. It's hiding them, denying them that keeps them present and strong; keeps us feeling powerless and helpless. Once they are identified, instantly it's easy to see that they have no reality, or if they do have a bases in reality, action can be taken.
Knowing your biggest strengths, gifts, potential can give you confidence, strength and courage to move forward with your new idea, your new plan, your new path.
So, schedule a session and start on the path to fulfilling your dreams.
In my psychic reading practice I don't often see clients who are dealing with death in the family, but once in a while, they come with grief and questions, so I thought I'd write about death and dying from what I know.
First I want to acknowledge that without a doubt, it's one of the most difficult, most challenging experiences to go through, to experience a death in the family or with friends. There is a sense of unreality, disorientation, disbelief. Questions arise as to the meaning of life, relationships; an examination takes place, a survey of one's own life, life in general, values, meaning, purposes.
The biggest question, of course is, what happens after we die.
What I will share here comes from my own experience, what I have observed and what I have read.
When we die, we leave our body in the same state of consciousness that we are familiar with that we know as ourselves, our identity. From my own experiences in out-of-body travel, I know that there is not a sense of "missing" the body. We are where our consciousness is. Our identity is our consciousness. We know ourselves as the consciousness that we are. So identity is not lost as we leave our physical body.
Once we leave our physical body permanently, we are welcomed by all sorts of people, family and friends, who are already on the spirit side and also by family and friends who are still alive, but temporarily out of body. They all help you make the transition.
Lots of different things happen after that, all depending on what your beliefs are and your individual process.
However, eventually, our consciousness begins to expand. We start to become aware of other aspects of our being. Our human personality in this lifetime is only a fraction of our full, our whole identity as a divine being. So slowly we expand into awareness of all our different lifetimes and awareness of our totality.
From this perspective we understand ourselves as a gigantic, powerful entity and we experience the life we just left, along with other lives we've lived on earth and other dimensions, as experiences we've had. This experience would be similar in our earthly experience as us remembering, let's say, when we were in kindergarten, the self we were then, then our memories of being in high school, the self we were then, and college, and so on.
So just as we remember these different selves, our entity, our total divine identity remembers the many lifetimes we've lived as an experience it has had.
At some point after leaving our physical body permanently, we may choose to incarnate again on the earth plane, or we incarnate elsewhere in other realities, or we move on to other experiences. In all these choices we are helped by our higher self and many beings of light who are our friends and who have been our friends through eternity. We are not alone. We are not making decisions alone. There is lots of help, support and most of all lots of love.
There is nothing to fear in making the transition from being an identity with a body to being an identity without a body.
I believe that the feeling we feel when someone close to us dies that we can't believe it, that they don't seem dead is because they are not. Of course that explains why so many people have seen their loved ones in spirit, as I have, when they have left their body permanently.
So this feeling that they are alive is true; they are alive, just not manifesting in physical reality. And you will most likely see them when you leave your physical body; they will be there waiting for you to help you. You will also see them in dreams. And if you're very sensitive, you will see them and feel them in normal daily consciousness.
My love, and prayers go out to all who are going through this experience at this time. Remember, the Universe is a good place, it is for you. You are always loved and supported. You are never abandoned. You are never alone. You are loved.
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. 4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. 5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.
Some books that might be helpful.
It's tough when we're in transition. One part of our life has ended, the new has not fully formed, we're in the middle, usually with confusion, doubt, anxiety and fear.
But the new always forms; it's just a matter of time.
If we can weather the unknown for a while and actually make use of that time in the most constructive way possible, we will then create the best opportunity for what can open up for us in the new.
The most constructive use of the in-between time, the unknown, time of uncertain and doubt:
1. Let all that arises--grief, sadness, fear, regret, and so on--have space and time. Let it come up. Look at it. Feel it. Acknowledge it. And, let it go.
Lots will arise. The main thing is not to pretend it's not there. Just let it flow. This is a natural cleansing, clearing, release process. It's organic. We're processing through what's been, letting it go, and preparing room for the new.
Just let this happen. Don't make anything of it. Don't attach to any of it. Don't dramatize, sensationalize--just let it flow through you.
2. Allow dreams. You'll have ideas, picture, images, moments of excitement for something that you want to do, have, experience, and so on. Notice those. Write them down. These are images of your new self giving you information of the new direction.
Open up to those images. Do not sweep them under the rug. Do not ignore them. Do not wave them off, discount them. Rather pay special attention.
Most importantly, get a notebook and write them down.
Also, let them flow through you.
This is a two-step process we all go through in times of big change. If we let all of it flow, we are being very constructive, releasing the old and opening up space for the new.
In time all of this will synthesize in the best possible way for you. You will know what to do, automatically, and your unfoldment in your new life will commence.