Monday, November 26, 2012

Book Review: Intuitive Studies a complete course in Mediumship

I’ve always been fascinated by Mediumship; often wondering about the hows and whys of it all. I think the biggest question I had was “where does their information come from and how exactly does it come to them?”  My fascination has grown after reading this book. For anyone who, much like myself, has found themselves to be intrigued by such things, “Intuitive studies: A complete course in Mediumship” breaks down the process in a simple and comprehensive way. I wasn’t sure how easy of a read it would be for me, or even how much I would enjoy it considering this is the first book I’ve ever read on topic but as I closed the book, I was pretty convinced that it most certainly wouldn’t be the last that one I’d ever dig into. I had been won over! Gordon Smith provides the steps in such a clear and concise way.  It became quite apparent to me that this may just be something that anyone who is sensitive, intuitive and open to it will be able to develop within themselves. The book is written with the intent of guiding you through the motions whilst recounting the story of one man’s journey on his personal path to intuitive development...

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Who the hell do 'They' think they are?

Absolutely nothing is set in stone. Labeling something a ‘Fact’ is a term that’s thrown around a lot now-a-days. We spend the majority of our life studying facts and ensuring that we live each day following the factual direction that we've been predisposition to have unwavering faith in; no questions asked.  We are guided by facts and the way things are- versus the way things could be. We obsess over ‘reality’ and basically close all opportunity for endless possibilities while our life becomes predetermined by They. We’ve never met this They character that we speak of so amicably of. We trust They’s opinions to a fault; allowing They to determine our education, information, direction, actions and beliefs; essentially… our lives really are in They’s hands. We make decisions based on They and we see and judge others the way They does.

Oh come on, you know exactly who I’m talking about!…They

Friday, November 2, 2012

Riding the Storm

This may not be the most eloquent piece I've ever written, but it may just be one of the most important ones. It is to me anyways. The truth is, I'm so stubborn that it took a hurricane to open me right up.

Ms. Sandy hit a little too close to home for me. Someone I love deeply was in the storm's sight-line and I followed that damn Hurricane like it was the last thing I would do here. I felt out of control to the situation, but staying current gave me this false sense of security; one where I had convinced myself that if I knew enough of what was going on, I could protect my friend (let’s face it…I absolutely knew that I wouldn't be able to do much for her if the hurricane decided to take Massachusetts…pffff…One way or another, keeping up to date provided solace) ...