Magic of Sound by Patti

This month I am going to talk about the magic of sound. Cultures the world over use sound to attune to, invoke, and transform consciousness. Sound is a powerful tool, because it is vibrational in nature, and we are vibrational beings. Modern science shows us that all life is vibrational in nature. This is in line with age old mystical thought of most cultures, which often alludes to the vibrational nature of Creation. We have all experienced it… whether an “AMEN” at the end of a prayer – or an “OM” at the end of a yoga class. I work with sound a lot in my magical workings. From banging a loud gong to powerfully shift energy to the ringing of soft chimes to gently awaken the senses or spirits.

My favorite use of sound magic is with our human voice. From chanting and singing, to the conscious use of specific sounds to evoke a specific outcome. It is called a HEKA. Heka means the Art of Sound, or Alchemy of sound itself. Here is a basic rule… Consonants are FORM – Form that Shapes. Vowels are FORCE – Forces that ignite. You can make up your own Hekas from that! Try just doing vowel sounds ahhh, ehhh, eeee, oooo, uuuuu – and see how invigorating it can be! Chanting vowels sounds is great before an important meeting or test where you need clarity and focus. Here are a few more meanings of sounds: U is dragon vowel (Nature into action). LOVE is the force / power. A is vowel that brings birth / life. L is Dragon in the land. Z is Serpent – Lightening strike between heaven and earth. (Divine wisdom) Try using these sounds in a chant. Note how you feel, what you experience, what sight and senses open up, etc… Pretty cool huh?! Powerful too! Now, go out and make up your own power chants and sounds… I promise, it will open up a whole new magical world for you! Remember, magic is EVERYWHERE! “Til next time. With love, blessings and big, big hugs from Hollywood! xox Patti

Dream School by Patti

This month I am going to talk about “Dream School”.  Well, “Dream School” is what I call it!  Night time is a wonderful time to connect to spirit and get answers and guidance from the universe.  Plus it is a wonderful tool in developing one’s own intuition and psychic ability!   One reason for it, is that it gives us the opportunity to get our “logical brain” out of the way for awhile!  Many of us humans tend to “over think” things – and sometimes that is not the most advantageous mind set for spiritual growth and enlightenment.

Here are a simple technique anyone can use.  First, set a glass of water by your bed at night.  Water is an amazing “dream enhancer”.  Plus, as an added bonus, a glass of water by the bed actually collects any negative energies that may come in during the night – so you are getting two benefits from one simple glass of water!  Please note, you should never drink the water right by your bed, because it has spent the night gathering up and collecting these energies.  Ever notice how bedside water just doesn’t taste very good in the morning?  That is why!  Use it to water plants if you want, but keep your drinking water further away than your bedside table.  Okay, back to Dream School…  you have your glass of water by the bed.  As you lay down, ask your guides or higher power (or whatever you believe in) to come to you in your dreams to help you with any guidance or questions you may have.  Or, just let them know you are “enrolling in Dream School” and want to develop and learn in your sleep.  Then just go to sleep!  At first you may or may not remember your dreams…  or they may not make sense – but after just a little while, you will notice a new clear direction or path or understanding is unfolding.  It will get clearer and clearer and you can ask for any specifics as it develops!

Part two of Dream School is in the morning… if you have a set time you have to get up, set your alarm for 10 minutes before that.  When your alarm rings, again ask for guidance from divine in your life path – or just in your day ahead… then hit the “snooze” button and know you have 10 minutes to travel to the world between awake and sleep for some final “schooling”.  This is again a perfect time when you are sleepy and not focused on your left and rational brain.  When you wake up at the next alarm, you will feel a slight sense of direction, clarity and focus to start your day!

Part three of Dream School… When you first get up, take a few minutes to think about anything you may have got.  Think about how you feel, any thoughts going through your head.  Don’t sensor yourself – just let the thoughts flow!  Again, with just a little practice, new information and insights will come flooding in every morning!

I recommend setting up a little altar or “power space” next to your bed.  It doesn’t have to be religious or spiritual – though it certainly can be.  But put a few things there that empower you; a photo, a candle, a flower.  Perhaps a crystal, statue or rock you found along a path.  Things that help you feel good about YOU!  Keep a pad of paper or journal there.  Allow yourself at least three minutes every morning to journal your new expanding thoughts and understanding.  Perhaps get some crayons or drawing pencils to draw what you see or feel if you don’t feel like writing.  Either way, you are literally helping develop your intuition and psychic ability with every word or color stroke.  Don’t worry if you don’t know what to write or draw at first… just let it flow.  No one ever has to see it.  You will be surprised in how in just a short time, more messages and clarity are going to come out of your writings or drawings or even from you Crayola color choices!  Plus it is just plain fun and helps develop your creativity as well as your intuition!  With only a few extra minutes every day – you can expand your universe by galaxies!  Give it a try!  I promise, it will open up a whole new magical world for you!  Remember, magic is EVERYWHERE!  “Til next time.  With love, blessings and big, big hugs from Hollywood!  ;o)  xox Patti

Value by Isabelle

I recently received a little story on a post from a dear friend, in India. The story had to do with a man, who could not hold on to his pens. One day a friend suggested he buy a very expensive pen. Never in a million years, did he expect to pay that kind of money, for a 22K pen. After many months the person checked with the man, to see the status, of his pen.  He cherished that pen, and it was still, in his possession. We must all think of ourselves, as a treasured possession. I am not saying to be self absorbed, or ego driven. What  I am saying, is know your value. Think of yourself, as a piece of fine china, or a very expensive pen. When you know your VALUE, you will expect nothing less, than the very best treatment, from everyone. You will be handled, with care, with love, and treated , the way, you deserve. I do that, and I expect only the best treatment. I am not saying I’m a princess, but I ask all the time, to only align myself, with those people, and situations, that are for my highest good.Why would one allow themselves, to be in a relationship, be it a friendship,  a marriage, or partnership, with someone , who is not coming from a place of treating you, with VALUE. People who know me , realize I cherish my friends, loved ones, and those people, I share my space, with. I would do anything, for the people I am connected to. Never expect any thing less, from the people around you. If they can’t cherish you, for the wonderful person, you are, then you need to re think, that relationship. Be it family, friendship, or business associate. We all have, VALUE. Please do not forget that. Do not allow anyone, or situation, to treat you any other way. You are all precious, to me, and I VALUE, each, of you.

Are You Hitting The Snooze Button? It Is Time To Wake Up! By ESPsychic, Kimberly


I am not sure about the rest of you but when my alarm clock goes off in the morning my first reaction is to hit the snooze button.  My digital clock radio is strategically placed in a position that I have to get out of the bed in order to shut it off. It also has been dialed to the most obnoxiously loud music that I can find on regular FM radio. I really enjoy my sleep, that short peaceful five to six hours I get each night for my body to work its magic and try to repair the abuse I subjected it to the day before. Those ever so brief interludes where anything is possible in my dreams. And I would give anything to stay in my comfort zone at 4:30 a.m. when the digital radio starts its morning onslaught of auditory annihilation. But by placing the alarm clock outside of arms reach I found a way around the morning “snooze” that we all seem to fall victim to. And so my morning begins as I leap from the bed and try to avoid colliding with anything on the way to silence the enemy and move into my second comfort zone. Which is my morning coffee; random surfing of the internet and work on writing my book that has become a morning ritual. However, I will admit, I still hit the snooze button at times when it is time to get ready for work. There is always one more article to read, one more paragraph to write or one more post that has drawn my attention distracting me from what I should be doing. I inevitably hit the snooze button and invoke the delay of leaving my comfort zone.

The above analogy illustrates how as humans we stop ourselves dead in our tracks and miss opportunities by “hitting the snooze button” instead of taking action. We resist change and delay moving on; staying stuck in a place, a time, or a situation.  We have all heard the saying “never put off till tomorrow what you can do today”. And most of us apply that philosophy to the little everyday things we have to accomplish and complete…most of the time.  How frequently when we are thinking about our biggest dreams do we just hit the snooze button on our life? I will do it tomorrow or next week or next year or when I have more time, or when I have more money, or never because it is just a dream and I can’t do that. It is so much easier to stay put in a place you have come to know, a place you may or may not be comfortable in because the unknown is a very scary place for many. What if I fail, what if I look stupid or what if I end up with less than I have now, are common thoughts that go through most everyone’s mind at some point in time. Self-limiting beliefs can stop us in our tracks and the mental process of formulating excuses gives energy to the fear. We make excuses to try and justify why it cannot be done now and reach over and hit the snooze button. However, the only thing that holds anyone back is self and the mental thought-forms that Self creates.

It is time to WAKE UP and stop hitting the snooze button. We tend to believe things we experience and doubt those things we have not yet experienced.  It is the balance or rather imbalance between belief and doubt that creates your reality. We have conscious and unconscious thoughts and both are equally powerful in getting what we think about. It is what we think about most that we attract into our lives. As soon as you voice doubt you have in affect hit the proverbial snooze button. Everyone has seen it, that friend who always wins when they enter a contest, and this friend will tell you “I always win”, and they believe it. There is no doubt in their mind when they enter a contest that they are the winner. You have also known people who seem to look for the next bad situation and frequently will say “what’s next” inviting more situations into their life to match their thoughts and rate of frequency. They wake up late because they hit the snooze button too many times and say “great, now I am going to have a bad day”. And of course on the way to work they hit every red light and spill their coffee down the front of their clean shirt. And again they will say “what else can go wrong” and it does again and again. Because in their thoughts they asked for it and we always get what we ask for. “Thoughts are energy and energy takes the form of its unique vibration”.

Energy can be transferred and exchanged and for this reason every thought someone has when voiced can affect all those who hear it through sub-conscious programming. Sub-conscious programming as a child can lead to sabotage as an adult. A few examples of this programming are: college costs a lot of money, do not talk to strangers, be careful or you will get hurt, what will the neighbors think, I’m too busy, or one of my favorites “you sure have a vivid imagination you need to come back to reality”. We are conditioned and programmed as children to live in our parents’ reality and their thoughts influence how we develop our own thoughts. I have seen this programming at work in so many peoples’ lives. The salesperson who shuts down when it is time to make a cold call will hear their mothers’ voice in their head say “don’t talk to strangers and don’t ask for money”.  So they hit the “snooze” button and find an excuse to justify why they can’t do the call now. The individual who proudly proclaims “I want a job that will pay me one hundred thousand dollars a year but hears his father in his head say no one is worth that kind of money” will sub-consciously block his ability to earn what he wants because he does not feel he deserves it. Never going after the dream and staying put because his doubts are stronger than his beliefs is just another hit of the “snooze” button. The individual who says “I would really like to have a garden and grow my own vegetables” but after buying the seeds puts them aside and says “I am just too busy” just hit the snooze button. The adult that says “I really want to go back to school BUT I don’t have the time or the money” just hit the snooze button and created a reality that lacks time and money.

Creating reality is something we do continuously and each time we hit that “snooze” button we shut the door on a different reality waiting to happen. Some might refer to this madness as procrastination. But let’s be honest, it is hitting the snooze button on your life. Every time you get an inspiration, an idea, or a divine guidance and you do not act on it, you are hitting the snooze button. And I can see clearly a group of divine beings looking down on us smacking their foreheads every time they set something in front of some crazy human and the human hits the snooze button. From above we probably look like a bunch of mice in a maze running around yelling “Who Moved My Cheese”. In 1998, Spencer Johnson wrote a book called “Who Moved My Cheese”.  The book is a parable about two mice and two humans and how each reacts and adapts to change. In the book the character Haw realizes that “When you move beyond your fear, you feel free.”

A very powerful realization occurs when you “WAKE UP” and stop hitting the snooze button on your life. When you WAKE UP and stop living in fear and start moving. When you realize that failure is impossible, you feel a freedom that lifts you higher. The realization of “failure is impossible” is a mindset. If you do something that does not work out the way you envisioned it, it is not because you failed, you simply need to take a different approach. Thomas Edison said “I have not failed; I have just found 10,000 ways that won’t work”. Where would we be today if Thomas Edison had hit the snooze button on his idea? When you realize that everything you ever desired is within your reach. When you say “I can”, I am going to do this and have no doubt or fear, doors begin to open, and people appear in your life that might otherwise not have appeared. Your vibration will rise attracting to you like a magnet every opportunity to reach your dreams. And when others cast their own doubt upon you, remember that they are still living in fear and hitting the snooze button on their life. It is your choice whether you continue to move or hit the snooze button and stay in a comfort zone created by sub-conscious programming.

So how do you overcome this programming and stop hitting the snooze button? You have to be willing to step out of your comfort zone. You have to be willing to let go. Let go of the fear, let go of the need to control, let go of doubt, and open yourself to trusting that you are being guided. Start by thinking about your own programming, those thoughts that create the fear. Write them down and then write down their polar opposite. This is the true wealth of positive affirmations. The process of writing down your own individual positive affirmation and repeating them to yourself will start re-programming your thoughts and enable movement. Become consciously aware of your thoughts and if you hear yourself saying “I can’t” ask “why not, who is stopping me”.

It is okay to start small when first stepping out of your comfort zone. For an entire day walk up to as many strangers as you can and smile and tell them to have a nice day, you may actually make a difference in someone’s life or they may make a difference in yours. Take a different route to work than you normally drive. You may encounter something inspiring on the way that you never knew was there. If the image of someone you have not seen in a very long time enters your mind, pick up the phone and call them. Do not hit the snooze button, they may have an important message for you and were thinking about you also. Listen to your inner voice and trust that you are being guided. Am I going to keep my alarm clock across the room so I have to get out of bed to shut off its obnoxious sound? Of course I am, I am human and am still inclined to the hit the snooze button. However, when divine guidance taps me on the shoulder I listen and do not hesitate out of fear; I know that to “snooze is to lose”.

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Eating with Purpose – A Spiritual Perspective by ESPsychic, Kimberly

Eating is a ritual that many people do unconsciously and for many reasons; hunger being the primary motivation to eat in most cases. When the body is in need of some nutrient to perform its basic functions the brain sends a signal to initiate hunger. If the body is not supplied with what it needs a couple of things will happen. The body will search among its own stores for the necessary nutrients which can lead to deficiencies or premature hunger that leads to over consumption.  It is not uncommon in our society to eat when there is actually a lack of hunger due to social activities, as well as psychological and emotional eating. Compound the problem with an over-abundance of processed foods that lack nutritional value and we have a society of overweight undernourished hungry citizens.

Do you think consciously about what you are eating and the affect it has on the physical body once it hits the stomach?  Body builders consciously eat certain amounts of carbohydrates and proteins to assist the body with energy and amino acids for muscle repair. Dieters consciously consume fewer calories to aid in weight loss. Individuals with food allergies or disorders such as celiac disease will consciously stay away from certain foods to avoid a reaction. Each bite of food that is consumed enters a system similar to a manufacturing facility. It must be disassembled and broken down for its useable parts and then rebuilt into something useable for the body. In order to do this enzymes play a very important role; as does chewing the food completely to begin the digestive process. Everything has a purpose and we were given teeth for a reason. If food has not been chewed completely before entering the stomach the body has already been put under stress as it continues the digestion that started in the mouth. When food hits the small intestine the pancreas releases enzymes to complete the digestive process. Any food that is not completely digested is attacked by the immune system as a foreign invader. So how you eat is just as important as what you eat.

Raw foods contain naturally occurring enzymes that aid in digestion when eaten whereas cooked and processed foods contain no enzymes which means that the body has to use its own enzymes to break down the food. Keep in mind that the body has a certain amount of enzymes and does not produce enzymes so these stores decrease with age. We are provided all that we need from Mother Earth, however, in this society of greed we have tampered with Mother Nature and genetic engineering has reduced the amount of enzymes in our fruits and vegetables. Raw organic foods contain more naturally occurring enzymes than GMO fruits and vegetables. Eating organic is simply a better choice for our physical body.

Consciously being aware of how the chemistry works in the body can avoid those ‘spontaneous combustion’ moments.  Anyone who has taken chemistry will tell you that if you mix an acid with an alkaline it will neutralize. This is what happens in our body when we poorly combine foods.  Different enzymes are necessary for different foods and if during digestion neutralization occurs the food ferments and spontaneous combustion results in a need for the body to ‘vent’ this noxious gas. Foods that are similar should be eaten together and a variety of foods be eaten throughout the day to give the body all the building blocks it needs for proper functioning. The all-you-can-eat Buffet is not the best option for optimal health and well-being. I strongly urge educating yourself on the vitamin and mineral contents of food; it can be the beginning of a new relationship with the food that you eat.

So how do we eat with purpose from a spiritual perspective? Talk to your food, look at it and ask the question “what purpose will you serve if I consume you, what affect will you have on my physical body”? Ask these questions as you are loading your cart in the grocery store, your shopping experience may change and you just might bring home more nutrition for yourself and your family. When you have the urge on that busy day to ‘hit the drive-thru’; ask these questions and you may just ‘drive straight thru’. Praying before a meal is something many families and people have gotten away from in their busy lives. Pray before you eat, blessing the food and asking that it nourish your body, say thank you and show gratitude for what you have been given. Savor each bite chewing thoroughly and being consciously aware of the process, present in that moment; this is eating with purpose.

Below is a jump start to your future with food; a brief summary of ten foods that I find healthy and nutritious.

The 10 Healthiest Foods in My Opinion (as written for my Holistic Nutrition Studies)

1. Avocado contains oleic acid which is an omega-9 fatty acid. Avocados contain monounsaturated fat and are high in beta-sitosterol and can help lower cholesterol. The December 1999 issue of American Journal of Medicine showed beta-sistosterol reduced cholesterol in 16 human studies. The type of monounsaturated fat in avocados has been linked to a reduced risk of cancer and diabetes. They have next to zero effect on blood sugar and are a good source of fiber containing between 11 and 17 grams per avocado. Depending on the region they are grown in can contain varying nutrients. California avocados contain fewer calories and less fat where Florida Avocados contain higher potassium. Combined with tomatoes the fat content in the avocado greatly increases the amount of lycopene that is absorbed into the system from the tomato. So mix up the Guacamole and enjoy.

2. Sweet Potatoes should be eaten in moderation by people with blood sugar issues such as diabetes and mixed with proteins and other vegetables due to the glycemic load. However, for everyone else sweet potatoes are loaded with fiber and nutrients. Sweet potatoes contain vitamin A, potassium and even some calcium. Baked sweet potatoes even contain cancer fighting properties. They also contain quercetin a natural anti-inflammatory and they are low in calories.

3. Eggs are a perfect source of protein containing all the essential amino acids plus a variety of vitamins and nutrients. Eggs also contain choline. Choline is a necessary nutrient for cell membrane health, cardiovascular and brain function. Choline is necessary for the synthesis on acetylcholine which assists with memory and can be protective against dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Eggs are also good for nail and hair health. Eggs are the perfect food.

Dark Greens – Eat your dark greens and lots of them. Dark leafy greens are a nutritionally dense, low calorie food.

4. Spinach contains 13 different flavonoids that work as antioxidants and cancer fighters by slowing cell division. Spinach also contains many vitamins and minerals and has plenty of calcium for those who do not like to consume dairy. In addition spinach contains vitamin A and C which helps to slow oxidation of cholesterol. The e magnesium content in spinach has been shown to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease.

5. Watercress has four times the amount of calcium as milk calorie for calorie. Watercress is also rich in Vitamin C, Iron, Vitamin A, vitamin K, and contains lutein and zeaxanthin. It also is a source of anticancer phytochemicals that can neutralize the carcinogen and remove it from the body.

6. Kale ranks highest on the ORAC scale for antioxidant power. But its worth does not stop there. Kale contains indoles a cancer-fighting phytochemical that can protect against breast, cervical and colon cancers. Kale also contains sulforaphane which assists the bodies’ natural detoxification. Kale also has seven times the beta-carotene as broccoli and has calcium, iron, Vitamins A, C, and K.

7. Walnuts contain the highest amount of Omega-3 fatty acids and are a wonderful brain food. Walnuts can also improve mood due to how fatty acids allow better communication between cells. Walnuts can also help a weight-loss program by reducing hunger if eaten before meals. Walnuts are a good source of minerals, fiber and protein.

8. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juice is an easy way to add those extra servings of fruits and vegetables to your daily diet. Juicing allows you to incorporate nearly any fruit and vegetable into delicious cocktails loaded with vitamins and minerals that are more absorbable. Adding some fat, from raw egg or omega-3 oil increases the bioavailability of the nutrients and helps to lower the glycemic load. Using more vegetables and less fruit also keeps the natural sugars low. Carrot is a very good juice base and don’t forget the “apple a day.”

9. Oatmeal is a wonderful source of soluble fiber at 55 percent. Oatmeal contains a polysaccharide called beta-glucan that helps to lower cholesterol and the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Oatmeal is also a good source of fiber and protein. Another interesting fact about oatmeal is that it actually has a low glycemic load and can be eaten by diabetics. However, those that are gluten-sensitive should be careful with oats.

10. Coconut and Coconut Oil are things that most Americans eat rarely because of its bad reputation for containing saturated fat. However, the fat in coconut is actually good for you. Fat is necessary as precursors for the production of prostaglandins. Most saturated fats are long-chain fatty acids, but coconut is actually a medium-chain triglyceride which is easier to metabolize and use for energy. In addition coconut oil has antiviral and antimicrobial properties. Try some coconut oil on your popcorn instead of butter. It is also a wonderful skin moisturizer.

Mix up a nice green salad and add spinach, watercress and some diced raw kale. Top it off with sliced avocado, boiled egg and chopped walnut. Bake a sweet potato for a side dish and drizzle it with coconut oil. A balanced meal loaded with fiber, protein, fat, carbohydrates, enzymes, vitamins and minerals.

Eating can be a very spiritual experience when you are consciously aware, present in the moment.

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Energy Discernment

*This piece is inspired by an article I recently read on energetic vampires along with some personal situations that bring this topic front-of-mind.
Recalling the adage, “Actions speak louder than words”, I’m offering a twist on this and positing that energy speaks louder than words or actions. At least louder in a sense of energy carrying even more weight to read and/or listen to in our personal interactions.  Energy can have more of an effect on us because it can be less obvious to us, therefore something we may take less responsibility for.
Take for example a feeling of tiredness after leaving the mall.  Or the feeling of being blue after having stood near someone while waiting for your latte to be made.  We may not take the time to discern that these are energetic drains and something that we can take responsibility for.  This, over the long haul can have ill effects on us emotionally, intellectually, spiritually and physically.
All things are comprised of energy in action/motion. Quantum physics & metaphysics spreads this term/apply this term to everything – thoughts are energy, human bodies are energy, emotions are energy, trees are energy etc., all with varying rates of vibration.  This rate at which we vibrate is our vibrational rate and/or our energy signature.
Whether you’ve paid attention to date to ‘energy’ or not – you experience it through your emotions as well as via physical sensations.  Joy, exuberance, love, ecstasy, peace, contentment, fulfillment, open-hearted and physically relaxed and expansive states are all positive energy states.  Constriction, anger, tension, sadness are all less positive or more negative states on the spectrum of how we as humans experience energy.  If you’ve ever walked into a room after someone has had an argument, been in a busy store or intersection where chaos prevails, or felt that beautiful level of heart connection with another, you’ve experienced the energy of places, people and situations.
There is talk and are posts and teaching on ‘energy vampires’ – those negative people, places, habits and situations that seem to either suck positive energy from us or imbue us with an imbalance of negative energy.  If you’ve ever left someone’s company with a headache, felt tired after leaving a location or group of people, felt restless and anxious with either a certain person or situation in mind – you’ve fallen prey to an ‘energy vampire’.
An important component of Energy Discernment is first a level of awareness of our energy.  Take some time to sort out who and what are positive and negative energy sources in your life.  realization/recognition, close cousins of awareness in this context, are a next level of this – once we are in that situation that we’re aware of we pay attention to what goes on energetically within us and around us.
The final important phase in Energy Discernment will be action.  This involves a level of personal accountability and responsibility to our own energy and those around us.  In fact, as we move through awareness and realization/recognition – we may have determined that we are the negative forces in some relationships and situations!  So action can mean cleaning up how we are as we approach people, situations and places.
Our energy body is the first place that ill health shows up.  If not attended to, it moves into our physical body.  A high level of personal responsibility for our energy and energy body will keep us, those around us, and our communities more healthy.

I consider energy more potent than words or actions for these reasons.  As we are putting energy discernment into action, paying attention to our words and actions become a natural part of this energy discernment honing process.

 Let’s use an example common to all of our lives.  When you ask someone, “How are you?” they often and often automatically respond with, “Fine.” Or “I’m good.”  The language they’ve chosen has a certain meaning.  If you look a bit further, at say their body language to equate ‘action’ behind the word here – they may be prone on the bed, slumped in their chair, or even tearful.  Their body language or ‘action’ behind the word seems to speak more accurately to how they are.  Let’s look further at the energy that you detect from this situation.  Does it feel ‘fine’?  When they respond with, “I’m good.” do you feel something differently – a knot in your stomach, a heaviness in your chest, a light-headedness that belies  what they are saying?  Are you sensing anxiety vs. calm?  Do you feel a static in the air that doesn’t correlate to what they are saying?  These latter sensations, how you feel and what you sense in response to what they are saying are your awareness and realization/recognition of energy discernment.  Action then in this example, can take a few forms.  You can work on relaxing any tense feelings in your body.  You can ask a more probing question to try to help this person and yourself relieve any negatives energy, or you can say no more and move along – removing yourself from the situation.
How we take action can feel tricky.  When we encounter someone who is lying to us – saying and acting physically in line with what they are saying but the energy feels mildly misaligned, or it may feel grossly dissonant – these can leave us wondering how to take action. I had a close friend who when they spoke of a particular part of their life it was all ‘positive excitement and smiles’.  Sometimes it was angry words with smiles.  Always there was an energy that was angry whether the words were positive or negative.  There came a point when it didn’t seem that they had an awareness of the amount of negative energy that they were generating nor the deeper sense of anger that it reflected in their energy and physical bodies.  I chose to take action in this energy discernment process by communicating from a compassionate place, my care for the person and for me.  I asked them to raise their awareness around their own actions and to no longer share this with me.  In turn, I took responsibility for my own energy and shielded and discarded the negative more frequently.  What I didn’t realize (yes, even as a professional Psychic), was that they were lying to themselves.  The person was denying how deeply they were creating this angry environment on all levels.
It was not received well and ultimately my action involved leaving the friendship.  While this may seem extreme it became an imperative when I recognized how poorly I felt in it and how much better I felt out of it.  I also realized in retrospect where I hadn’t taken action in the past in less drastic ways, where now I will when faced with this type of scenario.

I also learned that the action I took was a boundary breach – an impediment of that person’s spiritual journey.  We are all here to work out our own issues in this lifetime.  How we become aware, recognize and act around them are individual decisions.  I realize that anytime I choose to speak more deeply about someone’s journey, whether from a compassionate place or not—it’s an infraction and disrespectful.  Our best approach is to keep our own energy accounted for and move along when we encounter dissonance with and within another.  This goes both ways so when you encounter someone breaching your boundaries, pull your energy inward and move along as you see fit.

Ways that we can take action when we recognize negative energy affecting us:

  • Breathe deeply to relax our physical body
  • Ask ourselves whether what we are feeling is necessary, ours and asked for it to be released
  • Imagine an egg shaped cloud (our aura) around us filling with pink light of love
  • Do anything physical to raise our vibration—dance, rub our hands together, clap, sing, walk, move…
  • Blow energetic kisses to the person how is down/low/negative
  • Imagine energetic hugs going to them (if not in their presence)
  • Hug or high five the lower energy-ed person
  • Leave the room, conversation, exchange, place, etc.
  • Change the conversation
  • Shift our thinking

You are the best and only judge of your energy and its role in your journey. I hope you’ll choose to incorporate energy discernment into your journey!

Angela B.
ESPsychic at

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