Is magic real? Maybe you think magic does not exist. Perhaps you think it is only something that occurs in Disney movies or a child's imagination. I have to admit, I've always believed in magic. The ever-present reality of magic is a part of my life, and it is beautiful. By magic, I don't mean wiggling my nose like Samantha from Bewitched and moving objects across a room. What I mean by "magic" is a state of being.
Psychic is kind of a dirty word. The term conjures up images of neon fortune-telling signs, Miss Cleo, and for the self-procalimed skeptic types, maybe James Randi and his Million Dollar Challenge (which doesn't exist anymore, by the way). For these reasons, deciding to call yourself a "psychic" feels sleazy. Why do I call myself a psychic?
Right now is the perfect time to challenge yourself. I don't mean lifting weights, giving up gluten, or doing a juice fast. The challenge I'm talking about is much simpler. I'm challenging you to listen to your intuition a little more closely for a few days. What is your Intuition trying to tell you?
There is never a wrong time to follow your dreams. Sometimes the steps we need to take are tiny and require minimal effort -- post to social media, call someone up, or take a walk. But, we don't take those tiny steps because we feel the weight of the whole dream behind them. It's like pushing up against a wall -- if we fail at this tiny step, we fail at the whole dream.
I believe that our loved ones on the “other side" send us signs, and if we listen closely, we can communicate with them. Mediumship, aka spirit communication, isn’t new or scary. It's also nothing like the movie Ghost. It’s much more subtle, and it is probably already happening to you. (Yes, you!)
Here is exactly how you can recognize messages from your loved ones on the other side.
The good is all of the potential we have: our dreams, talents, fulfillment, and happiness.
ARE YOU RESISTING YOUR GOOD?
If you resist your good, you end up in situations that are difficult, and you end up replaying self-defeating thoughts. You become blind to the opportunities right in front of you. Your life becomes devoid of gratitude. You may procrastinate, downplay your talents, blame others, or blame the world for the unpleasant circumstances in your life.
Life has a way of swallowing you whole. It has this way of just engulfing you in stress, anguish, rage, and fear. No matter how many positive affirmations you say or how much yoga you do, sometimes it doesn’t seem to shake away the feeling of stress – of disconnectedness. You’re striving, trying, and faking-it-til-you-make-it. You know that you’re here for something, but you don’t know how to get there.