The Dark Moon period marks the end of a lunar cycle. It’s purpose is to allow the quiet, solitary, deep introspection of all that has occurred in the cycle that is concluding. It is the time for absorbing the growth and learning, and fully integrating the lessons into our souls.
We are always so busy in modern life. Most of us rarely meditate fully. Few relish the time alone needed for soul and spirit to ground, reflect, and prepare for another round of life. This contributes to the prevalent feeling of missing something, and even to that...
Feeling like the spiritual black sheep in the family? Got a vague sense of mission since a young age? Not sure what it is?
Having extraordinary or scary psychic experiences?
I know exactly what that's like. And I want you to know this ~ You don't have to live in despair, wanting to articulate and feel certain about your beliefs, but having no understanding guide to help you sort out wisdom from spiritual blackmail.
I can relate to what you're going through and I have the tools and training to help you figure it out.
If you hang out online much and are spiritually curious, sooner or later you are bound to come across "psychics", "healers", and others who mean well but lack the training or the experience -- or the integrity -- to use good professional boundaries. They might indeed have some psychic gifts, or a budding track record of accuracy, and an over-eager enthusiasm for sharing it with everyone they come across.
Such actions, though, violate both professional ethics and personal boundaries when the amateur imposes their "insights" unsolicited, ty...
Perhaps it’s a character flaw, but too much sweetness and light really gets on my nerves.
Too much reflexive sending of prayers and “light and love” and healing vibes to remove all discomforts ever experienced seems ill-advised to me. When done in groups, there’s a déjà vu sense of the Easter parade of hats and outfits lining the aisle in church on the way to the chancel rail for communion – a showy display of the facades of publically professing faithfulness.
Too much enumerating of gratitudes as a technique to achieve the goal of being continua...