Amy Adams is a highly experienced psychic and clairvoyant reader. With over 20 years experience, her insight and perspective has helped thousands on their spiritual and personal journey.
This month, popular Origin Psychic Amy Adams answers one of those questions which comes up so frequently in our clients’ readings here at Origin Psychics...
Who would have thought that a simple phone call should mean so much. This amazing piece of modern technology which allows us to communicate over great distance can also be the centre point of a romantic crisis. Are you waiting to hear back from him after your first date? Have you had a break with your boyfriend and he promised he would call in a couple of weeks? Does your partner disappear off the planet and then call out of the blue?
In this world of busy-ness, where we rush to meet deadlines, to keep up with paperwork, run to catch the bus, hurriedly shove a sandwich down at lunchtime while working on a report - where is the time for honouring our self - that deeper part of us, which gets pushed aside "until we have time", the part of us that yearns just to sit in a quiet room with a good book, or go for a long walk in nature without the mobile phone?
Something which has been around for a long time now and has spawned many franchise companies is a business based on figuring out which colours suit someone's skin tone and the colour of their eyes. This way the client can go out and choose clothes in the correct colours, colours which they know will look good on them.
The Death card is often seen as the most feared card in the tarot, for obvious reasons!! But this is more often the case for those who do not understand the real meaning of the card. It is extremely rare that the death card actually signifies a physical death. It is in fact one of the most empowering and positive cards in the tarot, and one to be welcomed in any reading, NOT feared.
There is a Taoist tale which tells the story of a farmer who one day lost one of his prized horses after it broke loose and ran off into the countryside. Friends commiserated with him saying how terrible it was, what a great loss, etc, and he simply said'we'll see'. Then one day the horse appeared back at the farm hungry and ready to be caught, along with three other horses. 'That is fantastic news', they all said, and the farmer said'we'll see'.
THIS MONTH IN THE VIRTUAL HEALING ROOM, LYNNE LESLIE OFFERS SOME PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS TO EFFECTIVELY DEAL WITH FRUSTRATION & ANGER...
We all know the feeling of being stressed out - whether the situation is relationship-based, linked to money, or perhaps career or business challenges. We want and expect things to happen in a particular way and life simply does not comply.
When things are out of our hands, out of our control, and not allowing themselves to be manipulated according to our desires, we can become frustrated and stressed. We want things to be different, but despite all our best efforts, we can't seem to change them, and the more we try, the worse it seems to become.
Some years ago I took part in a fire-walk - an amazing opportunity where I had the experience of walking on hot coals. The fire-walk is present in many cultures in various forms - from Vikings walking on red hot anchor chains, to lava walking in Hawaii. It was often used as a rite of passage, or a 'coming of age' ritual. In present times it is frequently used by people wishing to break through barriers in their lives.
I've noticed both when working with holistic therapy and psychic reading clients, that I seem to get clusters of people with similar problems or situations coming to me at the same time. This usually tells me that the universe is giving me a lesson of some sort - there is something here for me to learn.
It is a very common experience when facing emotional challenges, that we feel quite powerless. The decision of a partner to leave, the decision of our employer todownsize' - it's true that we have no control over these circumstances. But as Lynne Leslie explains, this does not mean that we are POWERLESS!
Pain is something we have all experienced, but what might not have been noticed at the time we had it, is that there is usually a little gem of a gift, hidden away in the depths of that pain. Sometimes we are too busy to notice it - we just hit our thumb with the hammer, curse and hop around a bit, and then get on with the hammering. Or maybe we have the headache from hell, which immobilizes us and brings our energy down really low, maybe even makes us feel like crying if it is a really severe one. But we push it aside and force ourselves to get on with the necessities of life.