One quick and easy tool to help you develop your psychic skills is a deck of playing cards. They are inexpensive, easy to carry, and there are tons of things you can do with them.
1) Using the old Zener method. Take each card one at at time from the shuffled deck and intuit the color, number, face, suit, etc. You can be as expansive with this as you want, but it will help pass the time and be of more use that playing angry birds.
2) Take one card at random out of the deck. Don’t look at it, and seal it in an envelope. Sometime during the day, intuit what card is in the envelope. When you get home, validate and record your experience.
These are just a couple quick ideas. You can work with a friend or group using the above method. There are some that use playing cards to do full on spreads that are similar to the ones used by tarot readers. As always be sure to journal your experience. Just like anything our psychic ability is a muscle that needs to be worked from time to time.
Michael A. Brazell CFT CSN MAT PAT
The universal alarm clock has sounded. The world is waking up. The light and the dark are both stepping onto the playing field.
We have to be sure that we hold our power, that we hold our space in this cycle. Where is your truth? Where is your light coming from? We have to be sure that as we beginning connecting to teachers, guides and community that we be sure we are using discernment.
We have to be careful where we place our alignment. Blind faith is dangerous.
As light comes in, so will the dark. There will be those that carry the bright darkness that will bring messages, but for many of these teachers their truth comes with a price. What are you willing to give away for that person’s truth?
We each have work to do. We each are teachers, students and holders of light. It is important that we start connecting to our soul families. It’s time that we start stepping into our own light and help to ignite the light in those around us. Its time that we stop being followers, and start becoming leaders. First you have to wake up to your own light and know that you are just as powerful as those that claim to hold all the answers.
A lot of people throw around “new age speak” like candy on Halloween. Don’t get lost in all the talk of merkabas, light, and ascension. Step out and help those that are in need. Get out from behind the walls of your computer, your facebook groups, and actually become part of the transition. Change doesn’t happen because you are sitting in your room hoping to astral project. Change happens when you volunteer to help the homeless, organize park clean ups, and get your hands dirty with the world around you. A merkaba might be great, but even better is the satisfaction that you actually made a difference in this world.
Follow your own light, and shine it brightly… shine fiercely
Michael A. Brazell CFT CSN MAT PAT
I can’t believe that we are already entering into a new month. It seems like the year is blasting by at a rapid pace, and many of you are probably feeling the effects. Time seems to be pushing us into greater alignment with sensations of having to hurry, having to be on time, having to keep to a tight program/schedule and in some ways this takes us out of ability to just be present.
We have to find our stillness in all the hustle and bustle. Where is your center throughout your day? Many of us make plans to wait until we get home to begin our meditation practice, but after plopping down in front of the computer we end up either forgetting or just deciding there isn’t time for spirit.
It is important to prioritize your connection to the divine. Bring it into your day. Where in your day will stillness assist you in connection not only to your day, but to your divine nature. Taking controlled intentional breaths through the day are invitations to spirit to enter into that moment with you. When we allow space, we allow the divine to move into that moment. We just get to be present, even if it is just for one single breath. The key is to “allow” space for these connections to happen. I find myself reaching out in the business of the metro station, when people are testing my patience and grace. I find stillness at the cross walk.
Slowing down throughout the day and just saying “Thank You” to the divine for the moment that is right in front of us. Thank you for allowing me this space to breathe. Thank you for this job that I have. I also take this a bit further, and I love thanking God for the difficulties. Each time we are presented with a chance to step into our divine nature, and we truly step into that space, we are learning to be present.
Where do you find stillness throughout your day? Where do you give your moments of gratitude?
Live, love and be blessed. You are beautiful, you are loved, and you are Divine!
M. Brazell CFT CSN MAT PAT