My Philosophy

People often ask me about being psychic. Personally, I believe the universe is psychic. And, as Rumi says, “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” We ARE the universe. Just as everyone has the internal programming — the spiritual DNA — to become a buddha, a saint, or an angel, everyone also has the spiritual DNA to be psychic. We are all wired for this. All we have to do is plug into it. Because I practice reiki, I view tarot as working much like reiki: I see myself, as a tarot reader, as a channel that the universe can flow energy through. My job is to keep that channel open and clear  — or put another way, to have the ability to descend into silence to listen. So to answer the question: am I psychic? I’d have to say, my psychic potential is no greater than anyone else’s, but, I have always been an extremely quiet person, and perhaps because of that, I am good at entering into silence in order to listen to what the universe has to say.

 

 

 

32 Replies to “My Philosophy”

    1. Wow, thank you so much, again! When I went to your blog I noticed that you are also into crystals and haiku…both of which I love!!! I am glad that we connected.

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  1. I love the way you have individualised tarot. I have my own set that I have been using for many years now. I call them my map of the universe. When I’m stuck, or in a spot, or unsure, or just need a second opinion, I pull one card. It’s like a map reading. It tells me where I am on the Road and reassures me that all I need to do is keep walking.

    Keep up the great work! I look forward to reading more of your post!

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    1. Thanks! I’m not sure I remember how I did find you…I think you were in somebody’s blog roll…

      Thanks for the comment!

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    1. Thank you! I agree…the eight fold path is an excellent guide, and I too am glad to find wisdom where I can…once you start looking, it seems like it’s everywhere.

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      1. Ancient wisdom is often found rephrased in modern motivational writing. Did Laozi say “May the force be with you”. or was it Obei Ben Konobi, played by Alex Guinnness In the movie Star Wars?

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      2. Yes, you are correct in your observation. And yes, I know Obe Wan said that in Star Wars, but was it really in The Art of War as well? I haven’t read that yet but it’s on my list (in fact, lately, it’s getting close to the top of my list!)…

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  2. I like your philosophy! 🙂 I read the Tarot and Palms for many years before Healing took over, and I’ve always enjoyed helping others and putting their minds at rest, or providing helpful insights into their problems or situations. 🙂
    Thanks for following my blog! 🙂

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