Spring growth, changes, and updates

Happy Spring to you. May your flowers bloom and grow!

A note from Kris: Though I don’t usually post my news here, I’m making an exception for today’s post. I’ve been absent from this blog for a few months, but I haven’t been idle. There’s been a lot of action going on behind the scenes. Thank you to my readers and subscribers for reading my blog, and for your patience during this time of transition. New creations are here, with more on the way. Here’s my latest news.

1. I have a new website: I’ve moved my KrisCahill.com website over to WordPress.org. It’s still in transition but looking good right now. I’ll be doing the same for this blog, Psychic Everyday, later this spring.

2. New class offerings! I teach a monthly workshop with Liz McDonald at her yoga studio, Brazilian Yoga and Pilates, in Los Angeles. Our next workshop is tomorrow, March 25, and is called ‘Occupy Your Pelvis’. There is still room in the workshop if you want to join. You can register here: Occupy Your Pelvis.

We made a  video about this class:

3. The Sunday Meditation Teleseminar. I lead a weekly 60 minute meditation teleseminar, every Sunday at 10am PT. You only need a phone to join in on the call. You will also receive the recording from the meditation. (You can also purchase it if you can’t attend in person.)  Every Sunday meditation has a theme. Recent themes include: ‘Dreams Come True’, ‘Create Your New Life’, ‘The Energy of Love’, ‘Permission to Change and Grow’. Find out more about this meditation and sign up for the next one here.

4. Meditation Recordings. There are currently several dozen different recorded meditations available, and that list is growing. Learn more and purchase meditation recordings here.

5. Psychic Readings with me: many of you already know that I am a full time clairvoyant reader, healer, teacher and writer. Did you also know that you can have a reading by Skype or phone, as well as in person? Learn more about my readings here.

A few exciting creations that are coming soon:

– Kid’s Meditation Recordings. My first collection of kid’s meditations will be coming out this year! I’m working with a brilliant musician/producer on this one. More news coming soon about the release date.

– More audio and video classes. I’ll post them as they are ready, but here’s a link to some recent videos on my YouTube channel: Psychic Everyday on YouTube.

– My first book is also in the works. More news on that later!

Thank you so much for reading my posts, and for your interest in my work. I’m committed to communicating to others that they do indeed have the power to heal themselves deeply and profoundly, and that it can be delightful and FUN to do so. That fun part is very important!

I wish you Peace and Happiness this Spring!

©Kris Cahill

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The art of flying away from perfection

Trying to achieve or maintain a state of perfection can feel like being locked in a cage – one of your own making.

When you are never enough, or can never give enough, no matter how much you give of yourself, you may be aiming for a widely sought after, popular state of being, known as Perfection.

A bird in a cage may look perfectly content and beautiful, but while in the cage can never access its greatest ability: flight.

Are you the bird who has locked yourself away, thereby preventing yourself from being able to access your own ability to fly? When you do this, you deny the rest of us the privilege of seeing you do so, which in turn may inspire still others to try it themselves. Your flight may help me realize I can fly as well. In order to fly well, you have to try, and run the risk of not doing it perfectly, of publicly failing, of hearing others who’ve not yet flown their own craft tell you in well-meaning-but-relieved-that-you-failed voices, “I told you so. Stay close to the ground where you’ll be safe!”.

The thing they (and you) may have forgotten about the alleged wisdom of staying close to the safe ground is that a) it’s not really safe – there are predators there too, and b) a bird is safer in flight, more powerful, faster, and able to find dinner more easily. Also c) it’s fun to fly, really beautiful to see birds in flight.

If you fail, they have a better excuse to not even try. If you fail publicly, they will never let you forget it if you let them get away with it. If you succeed, the lie that it can’t be done is blown up, and everyone who is too afraid to even try will be feeling the pain of your success, and reaching for another round of excuses about why they cannot even begin to try.

Another problem about all of this flying about is that if you (and the bird) take off into the air, it’s more difficult to pin either of you down, control you, or keep you in plain, controllable, view. Obviously, this isn’t a problem for you, (or the bird), just for the control freaks in your life, and anyone else who can’t see themselves flying yet so don’t you dare even try.

Birds were designed to fly. You were designed to become who you are. But you get to decide what that is and do the work involved that it takes to get there.

If you never fly, never become who you truly are, you’ll never know what you might have seen while in flight. If you can get your nerve up to take off, even in the face of resistance, invalidation, fear, and a lack of control over the outcome, if you can trust that you’ll do well in your quest to find what you are seeking – it won’t matter if you fly better than anyone else, or if you even do it with finesse. Just by trying, you succeed. The trick is to get up and try again tomorrow, to step forward, to take off, to keep yourself moving.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2011  All Rights Reserved

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‘Free Bird’ ©Aussiegall

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Amusement is a powerful energy

As a vibration of spiritual energy, amusement ranks high as one of the most valuable, powerful, and healing energies you can work with.

Contrary to popular belief, being in touch with your spirit does not require you to be serious, as in ‘not amused’. Actually, the opposite is true. When you begin to find amusement with yourself and your life, as well as other people, you are getting somewhere. Seriously.

As a spiritual energy, here’s what amusement gives to you; your body likes this energy, so it makes it easier for your body to feel good. You can even find your amusement with having a body. Emotionally, amusement is a far easier energy to be in than stress, pain or drama. It is very difficult for outside forces to control you when you are amused. Challenges can seem a bit easier if you can find your amusement with them. The bigger picture is more evident, perspective has been regained.

Especially, and this cannot be stressed enough, though not at all seriously… especially if you are in resistance to someone or something, you can free yourself with a simple dose of amusement. When you are able to laugh at the ridiculousness of any situation you are “in to win”, any battle you’ve sunk your teeth into and are having a hard time releasing yourself from, anywhere you know you’ve been ‘gotten’ by someone who is throwing a game on the table and it’s not yours: you have found your amusement, and suddenly you can see more clearly.

You might want to get started on your own amusement portfolio today. A good place to start is to find out: what makes you laugh out loud? What gives you joy, makes you happy, helps you get away from the prevailing miserable wisdom? What helps you to stay in your body, remember why life is good, find your gratitude for being alive?

Laughter is healing, and a smile does wonders for your health, relationships, looks, AND personality. If you don’t believe me, ask the people who you are around all day long.

©Kris Cahill

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The energy of freedom

How do you see your relationship with freedom?

You might see freedom as a way of living life, a goal, an outcome, an entitlement, patriotism, or even impossible.

Freedom happens on different fronts: financially, physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, in relationships, at work, while traveling, when alone. You have different levels of freedom in different areas of your life.

Depending on where you are right now in your life, you may feel free, or not. Guidelines for your level of freedom might be laid out for you by others in your group and your culture. Depending on whether you are male or female, young, old, married or single, straight or gay, educated, wealthy or not – your level of freedom changes, at least according to the prevailing wisdom around you. This is where judgment comes into play, and once judgement enters the picture, freedom diminishes.

Freedom can manifest in your life in many different ways.

Freedom, and how you see yourself in relation to it, comes out of your consciousness, your awareness. Freedom is not anarchy. You may feel entrapped by any number of situations in your life; whether you have any control over them is another thing to consider. Move away from anything or anyone who appears to keep you from feeling free, and your view changes. If you move the energy out of you, ie: let go of any energy that you’ve allowed to keep you enslaved, you gain freedom. It’s not about those out there doing it to you, it’s how you decide to have your own space regardless.

If you decide to free yourself from where you’ve allowed yourself to become enslaved, don’t blame others. Every challenge you’ve faced has only helped you to get stronger, to learn more about yourself, to move deeper into your own spirit. Once freed, you will have a new view of life and yourself. It isn’t anyone else’s responsibility to do this for you, though others can certainly help. We all help free each other through our words, acts, and creations, through sharing, a kind hello. Still, it is up to each one to do the actual work. If you want to gain freedom for yourself, you can.

The instinct of nearly all societies is to lock up anybody who is truly free. First, society begins by trying to beat you up. If this fails, they try to poison you. If this fails too, they finish by loading honors on your head. – Jean Cocteau (1889-1963)

Join me this Sunday, August 7, for a 60 minute guided teleseminar meditation on ‘The Energy of Freedom’. Learn more about and register for this or any future Sunday Meditation Teleseminars at the following link: The Sunday Meditation Teleseminar.

©Kris Cahill 2011

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With a smile on your face

You’ve got to get up every morning with a smile on your face
And show the world all the love in your heart
Then people gonna treat you better
You’re gonna find, yes you will
That you’re beautiful as you feel ~’Beautiful’ ©Carole King

Some people seem to be waiting for that magical day to arrive when all of the problems are solved everywhere, and they are now free to (finally) be happy. Or for someone to give them permission, and allow happiness to exist as an option – a fairy godmother, perhaps? News flash: it isn’t going to happen. Challenges and problems are a part of life, and only you can give yourself permission.

Have you put being happy on hold because you think it comes from outside of yourself? Perhaps you’ve been going at it backwards. If you’ve been waiting for some Happiness Delivery Service to show up and bring it to your door, you are missing the point. Only you can decide to be happy. You can start right now, in this moment. Or in 15 minutes, if you prefer. Add it to your to-do list for the day: ‘Happiness Hour’.

If you don’t yet have the things that you just know will make you happy, and are depending on having the right job, home, relationship, weight loss, vacation, time off, etc…. to do this for you, you may have forgotten that you already know how to be happy.

Happiness is an energy, and also a choice. If you’re going through a challenging and difficult time, as so many people are now, it can feel impossible to become happy in the midst of it. If you sink yourself into constant worrying about your present time conditions, you may forget the power you have within to change your reality energetically. Sometimes all it takes is a big belly laugh, forgiveness, an attitude adjustment, finding gratitude, listening to your body, doing something different – to remember how quickly ‘reality’ changes. Also remember, when it comes down to it, some things are just out of your control. If you’re worrying about those things, you’re spending valuable energy on conditions you simply cannot change.

Ten happy things to do instead of worrying:

1. Laugh out loud, even if you don’t really mean it. At the very least you’ll get some fresh air.
2. Make up silly riddles. (Do vegetarians wear fishnets?)
3. Eat expensive and amazing dark chocolate. Savor every bite.
4. Breathe, drink tea, and meditate on what’s right in your life. Do this before letting the rest of the world into your space – first thing in the morning is highly recommended.
5. Stop trying to make sense to everyone. While you’re at it, let go of needing to be perfect too.
6. Turn OFF the TV, especially the news.
7. Listen to music that feels good, and dance to it.
8. Try on hats you never thought you’d ever wear. Or just the ones that you haven’t let yourself wear yet.
9. Write country song titles. My newest ones are “Take the Chains Off My Heart, (It’s Not a Snow Tire)” and “Designated Driver For the Pain”.
10. Sit still for 5 minutes. When you begin to fidget after the first 20 seconds, really get into it. Fidget loudly and like you mean it.

Rather than over-think the idea of being happy, ask yourself, what are you giving, being, or doing to create happiness in the world? Make your own happiness list. How can you help someone else? What do you have to give to others, a smile, a hello, kindness? Perhaps it’s in the giving of yourself that you can find the keys to your own happiness.

©Kris Cahill

http://PsychicEveryday.com / http://www.KrisCahill.com
‘Keep Smiling’ on Pixdaus

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Growing like a Joshua tree

Several years back, I went to Joshua Tree State Park to see the annual blooming of the trees. I joined a talk given by one of the park rangers, called ‘Meeting the Joshua Tree’, and was fascinated to learn about how Joshua trees grow.

Each tree is unique and different, often markedly so. There is no genetic predisposition to become a perfect Joshua tree shape – each tree is a perfect Joshua tree and each is one of a kind, like fingerprints.

Ranger Dar, whose joyful enthusiasm for his job made it a pleasure to listen to him speak, explained that each tree’s growth is affected by its immediate environment. In order to grow and spread, the individual branches must split, and split again, to create the unusual form of a Joshua Tree.

Different factors figure into how this happens, animals chewing on a branch can begin the process, so can fire or lightening, and so on. Stress on a tree creates the tree, in other words. Without that stress, the tree does not spread.

In order to become beautiful, each Joshua tree must experience small endings, cuts, destruction, letting go of the old shape. Each one is designed by nature as it grows.

Wow! I thought to myself. What a gift to hear this, and what a great picture for how human beings grow. How else would we know how strong or capable we are, unless tested? We all need challenges and tests in our lives, in order to become all we can be. Like the Joshua tree, there is only one of each of us. We are all unique.

It is a mystical and healing experience indeed, visiting the desert.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2011  All Rights Reserved

Image: ‘Joshua Tree in Bloom’ ©Kris Cahill

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On becoming a conscious healer

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...All healing is self healing. Someone heals because she or he wants to do so.

This is a good thing to keep in mind if you think that it’s up to you whether others heal or not. It isn’t up to you, it’s up to them. You cannot do another person’s work, because it simply isn’t your job.

Many sensitive and caring people feel guilty if they don’t lend an ear when needed, do for others, even at their own expense, and give until it hurts. They even feel guilty for resenting the drama kings and queens in their lives, reminding themselves that they feel lucky to be able to give so much, and it is up to them to do so.

People like this often attract those in need or constant crisis, or who make huge demands on them and their energy. One could say that someone who is doing this is working unconsciously, as an ‘out of control’ healer.

A few guidelines to help you decide if you’ve been an out of control healer:

  • You need to fix every problem you come across.
  • You have to rescue every hurt soul.
  • You see the pain, and immediately jump into action, here to save and rescue the day.
  • You feel guilty because you are healthier than others, or have more than others do.
  • You seem to collect people in crisis. They flock to your side, spill their tales of woe, and you start mopping up / sponging up, all of that pain.
  • You continue to do this, even when people get angry because you try and try to heal them, but they don’t get healed.
  • Doing this is exhausting you, and your own health is suffering as a result. You are truly feeling the pain.

Many well meaning and compassionate people make the mistake of giving away their healing energy to others. There is giving, and giving away. If you’ve ever given until it, literally, hurts you, you may be an out of control healer. If your validation depends on how many people you’ve rescued, you may be trying to save them for yourself, not them. You are in their space, trying to change what they are experiencing, and they may not want you to do so.

Overreaching your boundaries like this has several effects on your space: your body will suffer, you will have a hard time seeing yourself clearly, and you can create karma with others by not allowing them to do their own work.

None of this is to say that those who care about others and help out when people are in need, are doing anything wrong. If anything, we need more volunteers, more people to help out, to give from the heart, on this planet. There is a more conscious way to do this, a way to give without giving away all of your energy. Because once you give it all away, it’s gone, and that won’t do you or anyone else any good at all.

Another way you could be an unconscious healer is by not having what it is you really want, if others can’t also have it. Guilt, in other words, stops you from living your life to the fullest you are able. You are healing others, even if you don’t know it, by doing this.

If you’ve held back, waiting for others to be ready to take a step, you are healing them, not yourself. Actually, nobody’s going anywhere with all of that ‘stop’ energy. If you decide to be brave enough and step up to the plate in your own game, star in your own life, you may hear more screaming than cheering at first, but persist and you’ll begin to get to where you want to go.

There is another way to be a healer.

We teach others how to treat us, by how we treat ourselves. If you’ve taught others that it’s okay to drag their muddy shoes across your floor, or throw pain and punishment into your space, you can change all of that. You can decide, right now, to begin to heal yourself. As a healer, it is up to you to do so. All healing is self healing, and if you begin with yourself, you teach others they can do it too.

Click here for a list of posts on this blog about healing.

©Kris Cahill

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‘Never Ending Swirl’ ©Tanakawho

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Become friends with your body this spring

The thaw is on, winter is at an end. How lovely it can be to have a body in the spring!

The optimism of new spring growth in the natural world, is restorative to our bodies and spirits. This is but one reason of a gazillion why we need to consciously protect and cherish our earth. We are nothing without it.

One could say the same thing about that body of yours – can’t do much without it, can you? Everything you work on, create, experience, requires a body to do so. Yet so few remember to listen to their own bodies, and to validate them. So many people bemoan the state of their own bodies and are ashamed of or angry at them. This does not improve the likelihood of you being able to become friends with your body.

By spring, many of us have gotten over the fervent declarations of self improvement that we all jump into in January, after several months of colder weather, and lots of holiday celebrations have left their mark on our bodies. We decide to exercise, diet, change our lifestyles. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing to embark on, how about sweetening the pot by throwing something in that many forget about?

How about creating a new Spring Resolution, one in which you declare that you already love your body, just as it is. Here’s my version of this new resolution:

Your body is already perfect, and you cherish it, are grateful for it, and love it. You are calling off all declarations of war, and if there has been a Cold War going on, one in which you simply ignore your body or don’t take its calls, you are ending that too. You are forgiving your body, and realize it is never wrong, nor do you need to make it wrong, ever again.

You can choose to begin a new habit: the habit of listening to the wisdom of your body. Your body is very smart; every part of it has something to teach you, if you just learn to listen. This is healing for your body; once you decide to go down this path, it will be difficult to go back again to a time when you ignore your body.

You weren’t born disliking or being angry at your own body – you took that on later. Perhaps you don’t physically fit the current body fashion, or you don’t look like others think you should look, or you’ve read too many fashion magazines that have uber-skinny models who all look like they need a good healthy fattening lunch. Maybe your mother hated her body, maybe your grandma was critical of zaftig women, or afraid of gaining an ounce herself. You might have been made fun of as a kid for the kind of body you had. Perhaps the need to be perfect runs through your town, or the fear of not fitting in.

Know this: if you decide to love your own body, and make it your business to follow through, your life will become a lot more fun. Your body will be happy when you learn to listen to it, and to give to it what it actually needs and wants in order to be well. You can make a new agreement with your body, one in which neither it nor you are ever wrong. When you begin to move in this direction, you will heal yourself and your body in ways you can’t imagine doing so now.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2012  All Rights Reserved.

The energy theme for March 2011 at Psychic Everyday is Body Awareness. You can join in the monthly energy challenge, and participate by leaving your own comments and your story. You can also sign up to receive the latest post by email. Thanks for reading!

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Communication and relationships

‘If the two of you agree on everything, one of you is unnecessary.’ ~Anonymous

What gives? Why are relationships, and the communication in them, so often complicated and challenging? Why doesn’t this person understand what you are trying to say? Why don’t you get the point he or she is making? Why is it sometimes so difficult to be heard, as well as to speak out?

It can be such hard work, as if you are each speaking completely different languages, and nobody is bothering to listen or understand. It’s invalidating to be in a relationship in which you don’t feel like you are being heard. You might blame the other for not getting you, but there’s more to this story than you think.

It actually all begins with you, or within you. Your communication with yourself will affect every relationship you create, consciously or not. Each person you are in relationship with, whether they are your family, work mates, best friends, or love interest, will reflect you, back to you.

People who are very different from each other, often do find themselves attracted to each other. Others can help you to fill in or validate the shadow parts of yourself. This can be supremely healing, and it can be painful. What if you actively shun that side of yourself? What if you judge it or suppress it in yourself, and fear it in others? You might resent or resist what even your best friend is trying to tell you about yourself, if this is the case. It can feel like an invasion of your space to have someone else tell you how they see you, if you aren’t ready to hear it.

Then there are those who don’t really want to see you, and have their own agenda for being in a relationship with you. The challenging relationships you’ve created for yourself in your life, all helped you to learn more about yourself. Those who were the biggest challenges may have been the most helpful to you in becoming stronger and more aware of who you are.

Here are a few ideas about having relationships you treasure:

The power of a hello: Your first impression of someone is powerful, as is theirs of you. The first time you meet someone is the first time you each say hello to each other. Your hello is one of the greatest gifts you can give to another person. A hello to the other person’s spirit is a way of saying “I see you“. It’s equally important to still give this hello years into the relationship, to actually look at and see the other person. If you can no longer see each other, the relationship isn’t in present time.

Emotions: whose job are they? Have you agreed to do the emotional work for others? Has that agreement worked for you – for example, are you getting what you want in your relationships, emotionally? If not, you may want to allow others to take care of their own emotions, while you take care of yours. If you’re being responsible for yourself, you can more easily have what you want in your relationships.

Intimacy and trust: can you trust yourself in this relationship? Do you trust yourself to choose? If you don’t, you may be holding yourself back, and this will affect the relationship. Your willingness to commit in a relationship depends on trust, among other things. Your choice of a partner will also be affected by your ability to trust your own sense of who this other person is. Again, it all begins with you.

Are you valued? In this relationship, do your feelings count? Are your desires and dreams important? Or is it always about the other person, whether that person is a family member, partner, or friend? Perhaps you’ve been afraid to speak out about what it is you want, maybe you’re shut down every time you do, or you’ve convinced yourself that you don’t even know.

The way you see, listen to, and value yourself, affects all others in your world. If you love and value who you are, you will more easily attract others who do the same, and not waste your time with those who can’t. Love begins with you.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2012  All Rights Reserved.

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Healing with communication

The greatest cause of human pain is loneliness. Humans aren’t the only ones who suffer from the pain of loneliness – animals do as well.

We all need others to communicate with, listen to, and be heard by. Having soul mates, companions, and true friends, makes all the difference in the quality of life. When someone sees you and says hello to you, to who you already are, healing happens.

A life lived with nothing but shallow relationships can be just as painful as one lived alone. To never be seen for who one truly is, is terribly painful.

So, how do you go about healing? How do you get others to get you? How do you find your true friends, your soul mates, the people you don’t need to be in effort around?  You might want to begin by asking yourself a few important questions:

  1. Be yourself: First of all, are you allowed to be who you are in your current relationships, or do you feel you have to constantly adjust yourself for others, so as not to be rejected? This includes you being able to trust that others will see you and accept you for who you are. And if they can’t, that’s their problem, not yours.
  2. Stop hiding: Are you so busy hiding that you’ve forgotten it takes a certain amount of trust to be seen and make friends? Are you hiding from yourself too?
  3. Feeling safe: Are you safe enough with your friends and family to share your fears, secrets, losses, and most important of all, wins – without being ridiculed, ignored, judged, punished, or talked down to?
  4. Make time: Have you been so busy that you haven’t had time for friends?
  5. Have your space: Do you have enough space for yourself? Meaning, do you know where your space ends and another’s space begin? If you have an awareness of your own energy and your own space, you’re in a much better position to create healing communication within yourself. It is easier to do so if you know where you are.

Healing yourself with communication begins with you. If you are looking for a way to begin, try meditation. Meditation is a way to communicate within yourself, with your body, spirit, desires, truths. Meditation also allows you to communicate with the earth in a conscious way. Communication with the earth is healing for you on every level. You are from this earth.

Once you begin the process of getting clearer within yourself about who you are and what you want, you will stop looking for it in people, places, and things that cannot provide it for you.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2012

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