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By : Nikki Savage

 

Here we are at the third agreement.  We are now impeccable with our words and we take nothing personally.  Or at least we have more mindful tongues and a few less triggers hopefully.  And now we come to the third of the four agreements from don Miguel Ruiz.

 

Don’t Make Assumptions.

 

When we make assumptions about others, we are setting up expectations around things that are not known for fact.  We are setting up situations that are more likely to end with hurt feelings and disappointment.  Sometimes we assume because of our own personal experiences.  We believe our ways of doing something or our perception to be the common experience shared by all.  We meant no harm.  We just thought….    Yeah.  See?

 

Sometimes we assume because it is easier.  Maybe we don’t want to take the time to find out or maybe we don’t want to ask uncomfortable questions.  And again, we can end up creating confusion or embarrassment when the true situation ends up being much different.  Even if we didn’t mean to create a misunderstanding, we have to own up when we do.

 

This agreement is powerful in practice.  It teaches us how to not become attached to our expectations.  If we do not assume that we will get some desired result, we can not bind ourselves to the outcome.  When we set up expectations and assume they will be met, we begin to formulate pictures of what that looks like on us and make plans around those pictures.   We begin to create futures that aren’t held to any real substance.  They might become true but they also might not.   And conversely, if we assume our expectations will not be met, we begin to eliminate possible scenarios from our future plans, limiting our experience and possibly missing out.

 

When we are not tied to our expectations, we can experience the now more fully.  We get to listen and allow it to unfold.  We know the end results we imagine are based more solidly in truth because we did not assume.  And we can move forward towards our desired outcomes with sure footing  Our mind’s vision, unclouded by false perception, will see our path ahead for what it is and hopefully will be soft enough to see places as yet unimagined.

 

It is hard not to assume.  It is hard not to take things for granted.  It is hard to feel some things are common sense and so everyone understands.   We each have our own way and the view along our ways just aren’t the same.  We have a collective experience but we do not share the way of our experience in common.   But it is up to us to decide how those views shape the view ahead.

 

How do you feel assumptions color your perception of your experience?

 

 

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Spirit Guides

May 23, 2018, 3:24 AM

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By : Nancy

 

I could see my spirit guides when I was young and they were children, I called them my imaginary friends. I told others they were right by me and I took them in the car driving then later on in life I realized my imaginary friends were my spirit guides.My dad reached me when he died, I picked up a mug of his in my cupboard and all the cups chimed. A mirror fell down that he’d hung on the wall and when I went to the cemetery the leaves blew around my legs like a whirl wind as I stared at his name and later on in life he started communicating to me on my angel board spelling out words each night I did this by a white candle that flickered high and moved back and forth. This is how I became a medium years ago channeling spirits on my angel board, I also did this when I was a child. I met my spirit guides doing this work and they are friends and relatives from this life, an ancient being who I channeled on my Ouija Board as a child, my Gaurdian Angel and others.The average amount of spirit guides a person has is five. They have job positions to protect you and guide you by their title’s of a Gaurdian Angel, a love life guide,  money guide, safety guide and a health guide. Also, in this new day and age of electronics many have an internet guide computer techy, a person who lived in this generation. There may up to fifty guides who are mostly angels around spiritual people. Some people have fifteen to twenty guides all the time. They are sent from heaven to be by the person and the Angels keep a score card and report it as your Spirit guides are in the heavenly realm on earth working as a group around you all the time. They are the ones sending you a dream to help you and to awake with the clear image of a answer you’ve asked for and by the thought you wake up with you may know the answer they’ve sent to your subconscious which is clearer upon waking in a rem state before you begin your logical thoughts. Angels and Spirit Guides are the great inspiration in your mind and soul especially when its not too cloudy of everyday task’s and meditating is a way to receive information to guide you. Also, a fleeting sudden thought as intuition may be sent from your spirit guide to steer you on the right direction. Your spirit guides may also warn you of a situation or person to make you aware to protect yourself and a positive dream and feeling may be sent to know who to love and trust and what is good for you. It is enlightening for your life to be able to receive information from your spirit guides.

 

 

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Past Life Readings

May 16, 2018, 4:20 AM

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By Nancy

 

 

Past life readings help you know who are in this life as we are the being and spirit soul inside in every life we are the same person. It can help a person when they know the creative talented gifts they hold used in their past life. They may have been a famous musician and would be musically inclined or know their children should take music lessons or perhaps they were an artist and would steer them in the direction of art lessons.
 

I’ve done my own past life readings by time travel similar to the movie “Back To The Future” it’s as if I’m really there as I am time traveler,astral projector and clairvoyant in conjunction with being a psychic medium channeler I receive information from the heavenly realm state as my guides provide information by writing and speaking for them. Many have the same Guardian Angel in every life who provides information on your past lives as they are always by your side watching over you. Some stay in heaven awhile and some are reincarnated right away to the same era and decade. I’ve discovered much of my taste is similar to my past life as I’ve been attracted to the 1940’s era of Art Deco furnishings and Palm’s and decorated my home this way in this life and then discovered I lived in the 1940’s. Also, I  love italian food my whole life and I lived a life in Italy. I had a life as an Indian and I am free spirit and as a child I’d love going barefoot, playing guitar and sitting in a tree writing a poem. I was wealthy in my recent last life and as a child I loved fancy party dresses and my hair in rag curls and I was also The Queen of England. Doing my past life readings my personality makes sense to me in this life as it’s a combination of many lives and I am a psychic medium in all of lives as we are the same person in every life.
 

In my recent past life, the life right before this was one I was a channel writer clairvoyant and did  Ouija Board reading’s. I did a time travel and saw myself in Beverly Hills doing the Ouija Board on a balcony.. I saw myself in a white satin blouse and flared white satin pants as the 1940′s clothing period, I had long honey blonde curled hair and olive skin. I died  Dec 13th,1958 and my name was Karly A. Wilkinson and my married name was Tate. I saw my memorial service at The Beverly Hills Hotel in early 1959 the year I was born. I felt mature as a child and I think it’s because I reincarnated so fast. As a child I had exact psychic dreams of things before they happened. I could work the Ouija Board as child and picked it up later  by using a similar tool called an Angel Board that I channeled on and became a medium this way. Then come to find out I did the Ouija Board in my last life. I also felt great when I went to Beverly Hills in this life and came to know I was there not so long ago in my recent past life as we are drawn to the familiar places. I believe I was in heaven three months and right back to earth again to be a human. We also reincarnate with our children,husbands, soul mates as a soul connection and blood lines reincarnate my readings say.
 

In my past lives I was a Viking, a topographer in Jerusalem and interesting enough I choose a Topographer Art Project when I was the Art Docent for my daughters classroom unbeknownst to me. I had a life in China where geese followed me, I love ducks and birds around, I do spiritual readings by hearing them. When I went to London I felt so at home the minute I looked down at the brown stones flying over in the plane I felt like I was home then come to find out I was Catherine Roman Numeral Seventeen the Queen of England and I was called Humble Catherine as I did a time travel and saw myself there. I am a humble person in this life and a combination personality of all my lives I’ve discovered by doing my past life readings.
 

 

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By : Nikki Savage

 

In continuation of the series on The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz, we move to number two.  Like the first one, in theory, this one is simple.  But man oh Manischewitz, this one is a doozy in practice.  Ready for it?  Know it already?

 

DON’T TAKE ANYTHING PERSONALLY.

 

This one, I imagine, trips up everyone.  How can we not take things that are said to us or about us personally?  These things involve US!  Doesn’t that by default make it personal?

 

Only if we agree to let it.  I know that is way easier said than done.  But really if we can get this down, it is truly an empowering practice.  Let’s dissect this one and see how it works.

 

There is this quote I think of when I look at this.  It has been credited to too many people for me to guess who truly said it, but it goes:  “What other people think of you is none of your business.”  It’s true.  It isn’t our business, unless of course we make it our business.  It is so easy to make it our business.  Sometimes not making it our business feels weak, letting someone talk smack.  That is not what this is about.  If someone is telling lies about us, we do have the right to make sure the truth is told.  But we can do it without taking it personally.  And are better off when we do it that way.

 

If I think about a time where I had some unkind words to speak on someone, even if it was over some wrong they did me, I was usually speaking from a place of hurt or anger or bitterness.   It was usually with the motive to either get support from the listener because I’m hurt or in the hopes to hurt someone back.  Both reasons for my speaking are about me.  Even if the words are seemingly about someone else.  Right, wrong, or indifferent, I’m speaking about my feelings and perceptions of an experience.  My perceptions don’t dictate the feelings of anyone but me unless someone else lets them.  (Note: Before anyone wants to use this as an excuse to not take responsibility for their words and how they may have affected someone else, please refer to the First Agreement.)

 

I may want to make someone feel bad but I can’t make someone feel bad.  They have to take the bait.  Same goes for being the one spoken about.  People can say what they want, but it is within my power to choose my response.  And my response may just be to let it be.  If there is truth to the statement and I was in the wrong, this can be an opportunity to make amends.  If there is no truth to the statements or someone is just trying to hurt me, their words speak more about their character than mine.  Knowing someone wants to have a negative exchange, why would I willingly oblige them?  I don’t have time for that.

 

Now this does not mean we need to lie down and be doormats for every nasty person out there.  It means their behavior does not dictate ours.  When we take it personally, we make it our own.  We pick up the trash they wanted to drop on us.  We perpetuate the negativity.  We keep the cycle alive.

 

If we choose instead to respond in a way that is detached from the emotions behind their words, albeit mindful of them, we don’t get caught up in the emotion.  We can address the issue instead. If we react to the baggage instead of responding to the person, we more than likely won’t find anything but more drama.  We do best to remember that sometimes the best response may be no response at all.

 

Again, I know.  This isn’t easy.  But it helps me when I think of this practice in terms of feelings and energy.  How do I want to feel?  Will putting my energy into taking it personally make me feel that way? Probably not.  But in the heat of some moments, it may feel really good to dish out a verbal beatdown.  However, the aftermath of said beatdown may not feel really good.  In those cases when I feel I need to speak, it’s back to the first agreement and my impeccable words I go.

 

Seems like a lot of work, I know.  But this is the kind of work that offers the biggest rewards.  It’s soulwork.  And that is the one thing I do take very personally.  No one has the power to knock me off that work.  Not unless I give it to them.

 

How do you avoid taking things personally or making things personal?  How do you honor this agreement?  And how has it worked out for you?

 

 

 

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By : Nikki Savage

 

In his book, The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz gives us four sacred practices that, when used, can help us to live our lives authentically.  The ideas, and the presentation of the ideas, are simple.  They make perfect sense. The practice, however, is a little more complex.  I lent my copy out years ago and hope it is still circulating throughout the community but for anyone who has not yet heard, or anyone that is struggling with the implementation, I would like to take a look at each of the four agreements and my experience of trying to keep to them.  I would love for this to spark others to add their own experiences with the agreements so we can help each other in this community stay true. So let’s start with the first agreement.

 

BE IMPECCABLE WITH YOUR WORDS.

 

What does that mean?  The word “impeccable” is from the Latin word for “faultless”.  To be impeccable with your words is to speak with a full mindfulness.  It is having integrity in your speech.  Simple.  Seems almost obvious.  Something we all, just in being good humans, would naturally try to do, right?  I mean I always to this.  So long as we aren’t counting when I’m in really bad traffic, in a bottleneck shopping cart jam up in the dairy section, when I’m putting together Ikea furniture, or when anyone or anything gets on my last nerve.  Okay, impeccable speech, it’s simple but not easy.

 

I wrote in a previous post (“Speech and Breathwork and Why Kindness Matters”) about how I view our speech as audible prana.  Prana is Sanskrit for “life-force”.  Its flow is linked with our breath and yogic breathwork is designed to stimulate and direct that flow for different purposes.  Our speech is really just our breath made perceptible to others.  It is our life force being expressed using the precious element of air.  With this view, it is much easier for me to be a careful steward of my words.

 

I realize that may sound extreme and I don’t want to give the false impression that during every conversation I have I pause and dissect every word I am about to say.  I don’t.  But when I feel angry, hurt or defensive, I know that is a good time to pause and check myself.  If I’m able to catch these moments in time (I’m an Aries so this takes some quickness), I like to use the three gates of speech.  Though I cannot find a direct origin of these gates (Buddhist/Vedic/Contemporary), it is an effective way to keep my tongue from getting away from me.  The gates of speech are three questions to ask myself before I speak.  Is it true? Is it necessary?  Is it kind? I find, if my words can pass through those gates, I feel I  am keeping to the first agreement.

 

If my words are untrue, they lack integrity from the start.  I would be creating a foundation for future lies and, knowing they are untrue, setting myself up for future feelings of shame and guilt.  If my words are untrue, I am far from being impeccable.  That’s a given.  If my words are unnecessary, which I’m finding a lot of times they are, then why say them?  It is a deliberate waste of breath.  What’s more, they can also cause unnecessary drama if they escalate or agitate the situation.  More often than not, if I say something unnecessary, it is with some ulterior subtle motive that feeds my pride and ego in some unhealthy way.  Read: being that girl chiming in with “Actually…” in my most intellectually superior sounding voice.   Or it is to nervously fill the silence because I’m feeling overly self-conscious.  A habit I am consciously working on breaking.  If I’m only saying something to serve my own ego or saying something completely meaningless to cover my awkwardness, then I am, again, not being impeccable with my words.  To speak unnecessarily anymore feels disingenuous so I try not to do it.

 

Once they pass those two gates, there is one more.  This is the gate that usually checks my anger.  When I’m mad, I get a little more liberal on what I let pass through the “necessary gate”.  So if I do happen to find it necessary to let someone know exactly what I’m thinking of them in a heated moment, the kindness gate usually shuts that down.  If my words are unkind, I am not speaking with integrity.  As delicious as unkind words can taste on an angry tongue, I know most often their only purpose is to hurt.  Even if these words are to hurt back they aren’t right.  In these cases, I look at my words as an energetic exchange.  Do I want to invest my energy, my breath, my audible prana in generating more ugliness in the world?  This one can be a little trickier as sometimes the truth needs to be told and sometimes the truth is unkind.  So with this gate, it is more about the place I am speaking from.  Sometimes the words can pass through this gate even if I know they won’t be perceived as nice.  When I find myself in that position, where the truth is just going to have to hurt, I see the gate as being a bit smaller.  I have to drop the big ego attitude, the spiteful anger, the bitter resentment or whatever else may surround the less than kind words.  And I need to surround these words instead with love so they can slip through.

 

I don’t always get this right.  I’m a work in progress and I’m finding I always will be.  Each new moment presents new experiences to navigate.   Honestly, old moments don’t hit me the same way as I keep changing either.  But I know as I evolve, I want to grow towards my source.  I don’t want my speech to be a drag on my growth.  So I agree to speak without blame, judgment, hate, or deceit.  I agree to not be wasteful with my words.  I agree to allow my words to reflect my life.  And I strive to live with full integrity.

 

How do understand this agreement?  How do/will you incorporate this principle in your life?  If you already have agreed to be impeccable with your speech, what techniques have helped you stay true to this agreement?

 

 

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