Over the next few weeks-ish (mostly in Divine Timing), I’ll be bringing you some of my thoughts around manifestation, white supremacy, alignment, and the systemic structures that help to keep marginilization in place.
Before we begin, I want to explain what I mean for each thing so we’re all starting with the same understanding and definition of the words.
Words are of crucial importance for those of us who engage with the spiritual arts. The meaning behind words carry specific energies in the collective unconscious as well as the energy we give them in our own minds and energy systems. KEEP READING
In my last post, I talked about the belief “I’m not psychic enough” – which I’m thinking is the beginning of a little email series on the myths of being psychic. I got a few questions from folks asking why it was easy to get messages to others from the guides/Spirit/whomever you talk to, while it’s hard to get messages for yourself.
“I can give messages to others, but not myself, what’s wrong with me?”
When it feels like you’re not getting clear information for yourself, it’s not that you aren’t getting it, it’s that you don’t know how to sift through all of the different “voices” in your own head. KEEP READING
Most of us who have a spiritual calling (or simply feel called to explore our spiritual nature) struggle with feeling like we aren’t “psychic enough.”
It can feel hard to connect to our intuition, our guides, and all of the other info that’s out there. Or, worse, it can feel like we can only access the information for others, but getting the same clarity for ourselves can feel like trying to see through the mud.
Thankfully, there’s a simple (and logical) reason for this.
Everyone is psychic. KEEP READING