Archive | April 10, 2013

Being ridiculed is a small price to pay for helping even one other.

As an Empath, I’ve come across a lot of strange things that I would have sworn could not be true. As a sceptic, I tend to not take things on face value. As a cynic, I tend to look between the lines. As an intuitive, I have learned to trust my feelings completely.

Logic, as much sense as it makes, never produced the results I desired. Trusting my intuition has. It has taken me places that I thought I would never go. Do and see things that I would not have done otherwise, and produced a life that is extraordinary that defies logic, and what logic would certainly defy happening.

I wonder, though, from time to time, how the other people in my life perceive me.

On one hand, I am constantly surprised by how people accept my experiences and the information I share with them.

On the other hand, there are always those who feel I’m either trying to start a cult (yeah, that’s where the money would be and I could quit this office job!) or am pretending to be something I am not.

I, myself, inwardly groan, thinking, here I go again on a certain subject, such as being an empath, type of depression and how to cure them, or Bach Flower Remedies, which I wish I had as stake in, cause I’m sure I’ve raised their sales by 1000’s of bottles.

The challenge of being yourself, in spite of the fear, is one that so many face.

It’s not easy. Anyone who has tried it knows this. The fear of public ridicule, rejection or even finding out that everything you ever thought was wrong are always at the back of your mind. (And God knows, everything I ever believed in has been shaken to the foundation a few times in my life, though, my current experiences and belief system are working as they should.)

So why do it?

Because it has to be done. If one person finds the courage to be themselves. Tell their own story, no matter how improbable or impossible it might seem, and that one person goes on to inspire others to do the same, then it is worth it.

I put myself out there so others can.

I hope it inspires those who are holding back to do so, too.


Spirit Guides – Part 6 – Many guides: Handle them – (A reference only World of Warcraft players will get!)

The following blog  is a 8 part series on Spirit Guides, my experiences, and what you might do in order to contact your own. 


Having written all that, it’s worth noting that the Dakini don’t appear to be my only guides. I do appear to have one main one, and he feels very different to them.

The energy of the Dakini is quite different to that of my main guide. It’s hard to explain the subtleties of how energies feel and even arguing with them is a different experience.

I’ve not won an argument with a Dakini.  They mostly seem to be one step ahead of me, and are amazing planners, able to plan many years in advance for major goals, and avoiding all the pitfalls along the way.

I have met an incarnated Dakini, (that is, one that is in human form and is aware of who she is).  I found she has the same traits. Extreme intelligence, amazing planning, and very hard to argue against and win. (Even when I know I’m right.) She also has knowledge about my agreement with them which I did not share, so that’s certainly validation there.

My other guide is chattier. When the Dakini talk, they do so in very short phrases or sentences. ,They don’t say a lot, but tend to repeat the same messages over and over again until I understand the meaning… and that can take a long time!

My other guide tends to be easier to talk with. In fact, it’s hard to shut him up at times. Once again, guides like this are hard to verify, except from time to time, I get information which I can check up on, and find that it’s correct. Sometimes it’s information I’m looking for. Otherwise, it’s a warning about something that is happening that I’m able to validate later.

This particular guide appears to also channel though other people, and some I’ve met claim they have also spoken to him.

One of the ways I like to communicate with him is by writing down the words I get. I guess you could call it a channel.

It does have its limits, though. I find that I can only write so long, before this fatigue sets in and I become mentally, and psychically exhausted.  Forcing the issue just produces information that isn’t as accurate.

Some subjects are easier to write about than others, and some just are completely blocked. Timing appears to be very important here.

Writing a channelling is also very useful when I’m trying to do an article, but can’t find the words. The result is always superior. I’ve not yet included any such works in this blog to date, but I am considering it.

The majority of my written work is information I’ve gained from my main guide.

There also is another type of guide, which is somewhat controversial.   That you are your own guide. The you, from a future point of time, has come back, and is now guiding the you of now.

I certainly feel that’s true for me. I know that sounds bizarre, but it feels as though there’s a part of me which is way more aware of what I’m doing, and is able to transcend time and space to give me advice and guidance.

Luckily, I’ve read of other such cases where people are able to return be their own guides, so it might sound improbable, but it’s still being experienced by others.

If you consider that time is an illusion, and not sequential, then it’s possible to return to a point in a timeline where you can help yourself. Does this create a paradox? Not if you consider that it’s all happening ‘now’, so all that is, what, and ever will be is happening all at the same time.

Yeah, it’s complex.

I’ve love to hear about people’s own experiences with their guides.