Do you feel constantly tired and drained of energy?
Are you waking up during the night from nightmares?
Does the energy in your home feel consistently stagnant or dense?
Do you feel that you are not alone in your home and that another presence is watching you?
Does one of your children refuse to sleep in their bedroom or enter another room in the house?
Is there a general vibe around the house that no one can explain?
If the answer is yes to one or more of these questions then your home could be in need of a geomantic house cleanse.
Now the big question. What happens when you have utmost trust but things still go wrong? Especially the big things in life that include war, famine, disease and death.
I mentioned in my post ‘Winter Solstice on the Gold Coast’ that we were being forced to move. I explained in that post why, then I managed to get another couple of posts out, and then reality kicked in. The shit sailed close to the wind. Trust was challenged. But we moved at the last minute.
I have always loved animals and wished I could understand what they said. Little did I know then that this was something I was going to do. With all the spiritual work I have done, this has led me to where I am now. Practicing communicating with animals. To hopefully be of service to these souls. The story I’m sharing is one of my experiences.
We all receive Divine Guidance in one form or another. Well I believe we do, but you may not. That’s OK if you don’t. I’m not here to preach about the rights and wrongs of Divine Guidance or belief systems. I’m not here to tell you what you should or shouldn’t believe.
Down here in the southern hemisphere we are celebrating Winter Solstice, which is a different kind of energy. It is a time of rebirth.
I was looking back through old files and came across this piece and thought it was still very relevant in our current times. I wrote it when I was a kindergarten teacher and felt that the values I applied to children I could also apply to adults that came to me as clients.
Hi and welcome to my blog.
Welcome to the first post of the first blog I have written.