I’m still on down time. So I’ve been rereading a book about visions. A fictional tale of a seer and oracle. It’s about her life and the ‘gift’ of foretelling.
It’s about a Greek seer, the oracle Cassandra. I read this book long before I became a medium. And certainly long before I understood how it might be possible to read waves of energy that were moving towards me. What fascinates me at the time was the way I was often told that I’d predicted something right. That what I hade said was the way things worked out. Since some of what I had ‘predicted’ wasn’t good news I often tried to say very little when asked for my opinion. The information didn’t come in visions either. It just seemed that in certain circumstances whatever I said came true.
When I started to understand psychic senses, intuition and mediumship I realised that it was possible to predict. But also that understanding what I was predicting was a challenge. As was knowing when what I said might happen – tomorrow or in ten years. There were dreams that seemed like visions. And daydreams too. Vivid scenes connected with strong feelings of events that I somehow knew were meant to happen. But all so confusing. There was never enough information. Having a vision isn’t enough. You have to be able to understand it. And that means interpreting what you get.
That is the problem with visions. Because they are open to interpretation it’s difficult to trust that you have got it right.
I had some long involved discussions with my Guides to try to understand why I had predictive sight. I kept asking what was the point. Especially if the information wasn’t clear enough. I guess like the seer in the book I also felt that reading the leading edge of energy was more of a curse than a gift. It took me ages to work out that I was working with future probables. Some events apparently can’t be changed. They are too distant or remote from my sphere of influence. All I can do is be ready to send healing and positive energy. From one human being to another.
Other events were up close and personal. I could improve the outcome if I was careful to respond from my spiritual side. My intuition would help me to anticipate the events. I could offer the best possible energy to help those situations be resolved in a better way. When I put this into practice I learned something very important. I have free will. So the future isn’t set in concrete. My intuitive psychic senses were there to help me make the best of any and all situations. Even those predicted to be the most challenging. When I finally took this on board I started to embrace my visions.
I wonder now how our world would be if we all embraced our psychic visions. If we applied that foretelling to our lives. And chose to do things a little bit differently. Because we knew it was the way to bring forward a more positive future. It certainly makes me think!
Day 552 of my blogging challenge
Today I’ve sent out my latest batch of CD’s. I’m always excited when I send a recording of a reading out. I hope that the person will enjoy hearing the reading once more. That they will feel the same energy as when I was in the room with them.
Of course, I might be doing a reading at the other end of the phone, or online but the energy always flows. Whether it’s a Spirit person, a Guide or that I’m taking a peek at the next energy wave someone is going to feel. Sometimes I use Tarot or Oracle cards when I’m looking to the future. Not only because the Energy Beings use that way to bring things to my attention. But also because a psychic tool like cards is a great way to focus my mind. I learned early on with my connections that if my mind wandered I was pulled about by the currents. If I payed attention by using cards then I would get to where I wanted to be.
A reading is all about trying to get more specific information. I know it’s easy to say life has ups and downs. That some days will be great and some will be rubbish. But a reading is only useful if it can give more details. I tend to ask for Spirit or Guide readings when I’m dealing with big events in my life. They have sight of the bigger picture and can help me find my way through things. I know they can’t interfere with my free will choices. Which can sometimes be frustrating for both sides. So I don’t expect yes or no to my answers. But they can steer me to look at things in a different way. A bit like giving me clues so I can work the answer out myself.
If I want to see what’s in the energy coming towards me so I can plan I tend to use my cards for a reading.
That’s because I have a sense of where I’m going and might want to check in on my progress. Perhaps I also have a problem that I know the Energy Beings can’t give me a yes or no to. The cards might not either. But they will show me that if I carry on in the same way what the energy around me is likely to be like. And the cards often offer a different choice for me to consider. Perhaps by making some changes the outcome of my future will be different. I find Oracle cards are particularly good for tapping into a positive energy flow too. Some days I pick an Oracle card just to give me a boost. To remind me to set my energy for the day into a positive vibration.
I also look at my Tarot or Oracle cards when I’m stuck with a problem. Or I feel like I’ve slipped into negative energy. It can be quite a surprise sometimes what cards fall out of the deck as I’m shuffling. Information about the background energy, the situation, me and anyone else involved. Even the global energy flows that are influencing everyone at the moment. I find it reassuring that the card meanings give me a prompt. A boost to get me thinking. Because if I’m thinking it means I can find new options. I can deal with my issues in different ways. The cards help me identify new choices.
I know not everyone sees Tarot and Oracle cards as positive. Having a reading this way might be against some people’s principles. I continue to look forward with my cards because I enjoy the viewpoint it brings to my life. Anything that helps me make better choices is ok by me.
Day 428 of my blogging challenge.