Friday, May 1, 2015


Many people race to psychics after loosing a loved one in a desperate attempt to contact them. After all I did the same thing nearly twenty years ago. What I learned from the psychic was I had the ability to contact my sister on my own. The truth is we all do. The key to connecting with spirits is practicing meditation.

Meditation quiets the mind and raises our energy vibration so we can connect with the spirit dimension. Most often our loved ones are trying to contact with us, however our minds are so filled with thoughts we fail to notice spirits subtle forms of communication with all that noise.

Aside from quieting our minds meditation helps us to raise our energy vibration so we can align with spirit energy. The physical dimension is a dense reality of matter. The spirit dimension is an existence of pure energy. When we meditate our conscious mind becomes silent and our body relaxes which releases the heaviness of stress and other negative emotions.

If you've never tried meditating it's not difficult to learn though it does take time. It's like exercising your mental muscle becoming the master of your thoughts and not allowing your thoughts to control you. In addition to silencing the mind you will also learn how to be physically still.

Follow the steps outline below advancing to the next step after master each. Be patient with yourself. You will succeed if you are consistent in your practice and let go of any expectation. Being anxious for results will block your communication, I know this from my own experience. Once I let go my sister walked right into my meditation. It was amazing! Don't give up, you can do this.

Learning how to Meditate

1. Find a quiet place where you will not be disturbed. Sit comfortably, but don't slouch and try to keep your body perfectly still. Close your eyes and allow your thoughts to roam. When a thought enters your mind acknowledge it, then let it go. Do this for fifteen minutes working your way up to thirty minutes before moving on to step two.

2. Return to your quiet place sitting comfortable as before and keeping your body perfectly still. Now you want to concentrate on your breath. Mentally count to three as you inhale then hold your breath to the count of three and then exhaling to the count of three. Continue this practice until you're able to meditate for thirty minutes before moving on to step three.

3. Return to your quiet place and take the same position though this time try to inhibit all thoughts. In the beginning you will find this difficult to achieve for more than a few minutes, but don't give up. Continue practicing until you're able to do this for thirty minutes.

Once you are able to sit perfectly still while inhibiting all thought for at least thirty minutes you will begin to experience connecting with other dimensions of existence and spirit. It's very important to let go of any expectations since this is a form of anxiety which will inhibit spiritual communicate. Be consistent in your meditation practice and you will eventually raise your energy vibration to connect with the spirit world.

Thursday, April 23, 2015


Have you ever noticed that you gravitate to certain colors? Whether you're choosing clothing, a vehicle or colors to decorate your home you gravitate to the same color palette. Most often we feel more comfortable wearing or being surround by these particular colors. The truth is we're actually attracted to the color's unique energy vibration. The psychology of color can offer you valuable insight into your life path. What does your favorite color say about you?

The solar plexus chakra is represented by the color yellow. This chakra center symbolizes self-worth and intellectual clarity. Most people who gravitate to the color yellow have a desire to keep active. Usually an optimistic nature, energetic and enjoys working as a team.

The sacral chakra is represented by the color orange. This chakra symbolizes self-respect, happiness and humility. People who gravitate to the color orange have a strong desire to be sociable. Work related fields that are highly interactive are usually more fulfilling.

The root chakra is represented by the color red. This chakra symbolizes self-awareness and extremes of either fear or courage. People who gravitate to the color red enjoy the outdoors, animals and occupations that are more physical in nature.

The crown chakra can also be represented by the color pink. This chakra center symbolizes self-responsibility and a calm nature. Usually people who gravitate to the color pink are easy going, make the best of situations and often enjoy costumer service jobs.  

The heart chakra is represented by the color green. This chakra center symbolizes love and compassion. People who gravitate to the color green are usually emotional, sympathetic, good listeners and work well in healing fields.

The throat chakra is represented by the color blue. This chakra symbolizes self-expression, communication and truth. People who gravitate to blue are usually very intuitive, creative and gravitate toward writing or some other form of communication jobs.

The crown chakra is represented by the color purple. This chakra symbolizes spirituality, faith and connection with the divine. People who gravitate to purple crave knowledge and are often teachers, work in fields of exploration or research.

Black or Earth-tones
The root chakra can also be represented by the color black or other earth-tone colors. This chakra symbolizes self-awareness and stability. People who are attracted to black have strong physical identities, enjoy the outdoors and physical occupations.

Friday, April 10, 2015


The two best times of the day to program your subconscious mind is right before falling asleep and at the moment you wake before opening your eyes. Both are times of the day when you're most likely relaxed without any emotional resistance blocking your manifesting energies.

Prior to going to sleep instruct your subconscious mind to give the solution to a life question or practice a quick visualization of what you desire to attract into your life, then let it go and fall asleep.

In the morning before opening your eyes visualize the fulfillment of your desires and thank your subconscious for providing the answer you've been searching for. Remember the law of gratitude.

By practicing these simple exercises daily you will begin to strengthen the synapse connections in your brain transforming wishful thoughts into powerful beliefs, which is essential for attracting what you desire.

A fantastic book to consider reading is by Joseph Murphy, The Power of your Subconscious Mind. An easy to read in depth instructional book for manifesting the life you desire. I highly recommend it!

Wednesday, March 4, 2015


Imagine for a moment that our life scenario is set into play before we are born into physical form. We choose our parents, siblings and friends along with all the influencing aspects of our life circumstance. It's like handing out scripts to all the characters of our life production. Of course these scripts benefit everyone involved. Each persons playing a role that molds and shapes each persons life experience and ultimately perception.

This elaborate orchestration provides everyone involved with an opportunity to stand in the shoes of a particular life view. Since nothing is set in stone we have the power to transform our circumstances with our behaviors and beliefs. We can choose to utilize these life lessons constructively or destructively. The choice is ours.

By examining our life circumstances along with our relationships, we can uncover the valuable lessons we've been given. For example, if you experienced rejection repeatedly throughout your life this treatment provides you with a first-hand understanding of rejection. Sympathizing with someone who's been rejected isn't an issue because you know exactly how it feels.

So why would anyone want to experience rejection? Maybe this experience is vital in carrying out a life mission you wanted to accomplish. Or it may be an understanding you chose to experience for the value of empathy. Everything in life is on purpose. We may not understand why until a later date or if left unexamined never.

To uncover the possible reasons for your life experiences ask yourself these questions.

1. How has this experience shaped my perception of life?
2. Does this perception alter the manner in which I treat others?
3. How does this first-hand knowledge relate to my work or future desires?
4. What have I learned from this experience?
5. Constructively using this experience what can I accomplish?

Tuesday, February 17, 2015


We will never find what we are looking for in life within our perception of other peoples faults. When we put someone down, twist their words, or reject them we are demonstrating our own shortcomings. We are perceiving the world through eyes of fear which always distorts the truth.

Believing that someone is this or that doesn’t make it so. It is only our perception. If we can learn to see the world through eyes of love, hope and faith we will begin to understand why we are here.

We are all intricate woven pieces in the tapestry of life teaching and learning from one another. Freewill gives us the choice to grow or to remain stagnant.

Finding fault in others is where we find the answers to our own life lessons. If we believe we’ve been misunderstood or rejected it may be our purpose to teach others to find value in themselves. Our focus is always showing us what we need to learn and possibly teach.

We can’t allow our fear-driven egos to blame others for our unhappiness. Lack is built on a foundation of fear which does not exist. Don’t envy others for what you believe they have, it’s an illusion. A false perception. The world is abundant. Concentrate on the happiness you desire, for it already exists, it’s just waiting for you to claim it.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015


Many of the spiritual philosophies I've studied indicate that everything is happening now. Implying there's no future or past only the present moment. Included in this now moment are what we referred to as our past lives. This concept is difficult to wrap your head around, however many near death accounts also describe this all encompassing now concept. Apparently we're experiencing multiple lives all at the same time. If this is true why are we only aware of this physical life? I suppose our limited understanding of our spiritual self obstructs our ability to comprehend a timeless reality, but it still doesn't address our awareness of this single life experience.

One of my favorite books that discusses this timeless concept is "Seth Speaks" by Jane Roberts. Channeled through Jane in 1963, Seth claims to have live more lives than he cares to tell and proceeds to explain the nature of reality. He speaks about our soul and its many personalities or expressions of physical lives. He describes how we can tap into these simultaneous lives through meditative practices or dreams to gain knowledge. Seth further explains our dreams are actually visitations into our other lives.

These other lives were supposedly living at present don't make sense to me. How can we gain understanding from a life experience if we're not focused upon it or even aware it's occurring? What are your thoughts.

Art: Spirits of December by Katja Faith