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the art of affirmation

Affirmations are the Key to Kickass Manifestation

Affirmations are the key to kickass manifestation and creating the life you desire and deserve and should be considered as an artist’s brush to paint a picture of the reality you dream of. They have the power to change a persons’ life irrevocably to the point that it becomes unrecognisable to themselves and others. The art of affirmation is creation on steroids! Affirmations are a gift from the Universe which allows an individual to create exactly what they wish for through thought which is the main energetic drive of the Law of Attraction. There are many people online selling courses on how to manifest the perfect life but they are mainly false prophets selling false hope. Anyone can have the life of their dreams by simply adopting the practice of affirmations daily and these affirmations can be as simple or complex as a person desires. For instance, I myself often affirm: I Am Success, I Am Abundance but then throw a more complicated affirmation into the mix such as: I Am a Powerful Divine Being …

the christmas spirit

The Christmas Spirit

Christmas is a magical time, especially for young children. We were privileged as my parents made sure that the festive season was a wonderful time for brother and me. And so, the anticipation mounted in the weeks running up to Christmas Eve. I have many fond memories of us both rustling around the Christmas tree getting excited for Santa’s imminent visit; how illicit to prod, poke and shake the gifts and how we giggled in delight when, pushing the paper close to the package we managed to decipher clues as to the content of the package! I have vivid and cherished memories of the scent of the first Satsuma of the season. Browsing the TV and Radio Times – (two long forgotten UK publications which scheduled all the Xmas viewings with reviews) – and planning our holiday viewings. Lazy afternoons with sweets and treats watching charmingly innocent and corny Christmas films. Ferrying the dropped pine needles, in Dinky toy dumper trucks, across the mustard coloured embossed carpet which chaffed my knees. In the weeks leading …

what is it about a name that can leave me cold

What is it About a Name That Can Leave Me Cold?

What is it About a Name That Can Leave Me Cold? ~ Religion is a tricky subject and not one that I have ever been much interested in for I have always smelt a rat in the pew! If pushed I would say that by circumstance of birth I should be a Christian, Church of England, but in truth I have always shunned all organised religion, quickly realising that I was being played. From an early age until I was eleven years old my parents insisted my brother and I go to Sunday Service at the nearest church, Baptist, to where we lived. It didn’t matter about the denomination it was, I believe, about doing the right thing – being seen to have given our young minds a chance to embrace God. The church we frequented was a cold, forlorn and loveless affair filled with an odd bunch of cold, forlorn and loveless folks who didn’t particularly like children. The sermons were as dull and dowdy as old grey socks, and the vicar was a dry, …

What if The Word was Subverted

What if The Word was Subverted?

What if The Word was subverted – a little light reading: Humanity is in serious trouble and is blind to the extreme gravity of the reality that is all around. Yet this is not really the fault of the common (wo)man who has been systematically, and by cynical design, denied their true nature for hundreds of years. Education in the Western world is little more than indoctrination and is designed to break the spirit of the young. I myself witnessed this clearly with my own child who was harried and bullied for being different to the point that I had to take him out of school early to protect him from a system designed to destroy his individuality or spirit. In its simplest terms; the Cosmos is a big vat of soup with many different herbs, spices and ingredients which make the tasty whole. That is to say that you and I, the stars and galaxies, heavens and earth and all sentient beings, minerals and plants are one aspect of the same vast organism. And …

Dare to be a Lone Wolf

A lot has happened since June 2016 when unsolicited a little spirit girl called out to me, ‘Mama, Mama are you there?’ I am now a channel for spirit and am acquainted with a team of light energetic beings who guide, protect and encourage me. And I have identified that I am a Spiritual Anarchist! I dare to be a lone wolf. It transpires that I willingly agreed to be a messenger of hope and truth for humanity in our troubled times. This extraordinary and lofty revelation leaves me thinking that I must have been bonkers whilst dotting around in the ether! For each of us is a bundle of eternal busy energy in the cosmic soup until reincarnated when we become a spiritual being, having a physical experience. Everyone of us is the most infinitesimally small expression of the infinite creator or universal mind which in simplistic terms means that we are not separate as we are led to believe. Rather we are one big, nay ginormous beyond imagining, whole. I have and continue …

A Wise Analogy for a Happy Life ~ Of Water and Ice

A wise analogy for a happy life: This morning I woke up grumpy and less than my glorious, normal self. Rick, my husband since August last year, caught the brunt of my metaphorical mouldiness squarely on his metaphorical chin. (Fortunately for me he is a solid, sterling fella who forgives easily). He then gifted me his wise analogy for a happy life – Of Water and Ice. I have had 3 significant relationships in my life. For eleven years I lived with, and foolishly married, a philandering toad! I then enjoyed eight years with a French fella before things zimply fizzled out. And then, I met Rick. I was 42. We have been together now for 10 years and things, between us, are beyond great despite the fabric of our daily lives being a tad tattered – hence my less than glowing morning disposition! Rick is a rare, wise and extremely old soul. He is a powerful psychic who, prior to me, had never told anyone of his abilities. His gifts are as natural to …

Expletives: “Fuck”, Are You Offended?

I have always enjoyed ribaldrous expletives thoughtfully slipped into sentences for maximum effect. The complete inappropriateness of lewd language, used creatively, when least expected  makes me smile. A tad childish I know but hey, fuck it! To be clear I abhor abusive, anger strewn swearing, spat venomously in the face of recipient; whether deservedly or not. I feel that once a person stoops to foul language in an argument they risk losing the moral high-ground. I am also not so keen on continual swearing in conversation when other words would better serve. And yet,  I have no issue with colourful language in films or drama especially when used in relevant context. Or an F bomb, or other colourful grenade, dropped nonchalantly for reinforcement. I am no shy, retiring delicate flower; I know much of life is gritty and choose to not be easily offended by a string of seemingly innocuous letters written or uttered. Still, truth is words have power, they are energy – the currency of communication. Their use/misuse has ramifications. To swear inappropriately …

spiritual codes and ciphers

Spiritual Codes and Ciphers

The other night I received a surprising, revelatory and complex coded message. I spent half the night Googling spiritual codes and ciphers and the other half as excited as a flea. Codes and ciphers create energetic pathways and are tools of wisdom and magic. They are a favourite means of communictaion for the spirits who are masters at veiled messages and analogy. The spiritual realms love a code and rarely speak in plain language, preferring to communicate in metaphor and innuendo. They often interupt my slumber with visual flashes of obscure scenarios and dreams which meander with ease and allegory. When I awake I often ask my guardian angel, Matthew, ‘Was that a message?’ And invariably he replies ‘Yes.’ We then chat, telepathically, as he helps me to unpick and make sense of the narrative and guidance woven within. These messages are becoming a regular occurence in my life and are intriguing and informative. As I progress along my path to true enlightenment I am being guided to embrace my true nature and purpose which …

ways how spirit communictaes with us

Ways Spirit Communicates With Us.

Since my spiritual epiphany about 15 months ago I have learnt the various ways spirit communicates with us. I have become more self-aware and understand fully that each of us are spiritual beings having a physical experience. Absolutely everything in the Universe is energy and energy can never be destroyed. This means that whilst our physical form, the vehicle, deteriorates and eventually conks out altogether the consciousness that animates the body lives on as a free flowing, energetic wave. The spirit which animates the body is eternal and cannot be destroyed but if deemed appropriate it can be decommissioned. This is rare, but in extreme cases when a soul, (which is the personality,) refuses to listen to the spirit which animates it and the physical body and therefore does not learn the valuable lessons imperative for it to continue on its journey, it will be consigned to the underworld where it remains for eternity. My husband Rick is a reluctant psychic and during our 10 years together I have witnessed many strange phenomena. Whilst I …

10 ways to find your life's purpose

10 Ways To Find Your Life’s Purpose.

I have always felt that I was meant to do something of significance in this world. I wonder if this is something you can relate to. Have you too always known, or had an inkling, that you were destined to make a valuable contribution to our world somehow, someday? If not, in this short piece I suggest 10 ways to find your life’s purpose. For each of us comes with a mission in mind. A Little About Me I can always remember when, as a teen, a friend of mine boldly stated; “I am jealous of you Linda! You know what you want to do, are driven and have a passion; whereas I don’t.” I always believed my contribution would be through my visual art. During the 1990’s, this seemed most likely until divorce, single parenthood and financial obligations cruelly stopped me in my tracks. For 20 years my flame was tamed. Working 60 hours a week, as an antique dealer, I was lost in a hyper materialistic abyss. I was mistaken in the common …