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Thought it might be worth a reblog and wishing everyone a safe and joyful Chirstmas.
The holiday season is very hard on empaths. This is especially true for the Christmas and new year period, where everyone feels they should be with family, out celebrating and just having a good time.
Problem is that so many people are alone. They feel like they are missing out on a party where everyone is invited but them. They feel as though they should be enjoying things, but they can’t because they have nowhere to go. No-one to turn to.
What should be a happy and blissful period becomes a wretched and miserable experience.
People get lost in the memories of the past, of better times, of loved ones lost and some view how it was with rose coloured glasses; remembering the good old days.
Multiply this by several thousand, and then by several thousand more, and you have an energy that knocks the empath for…
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This is a good parable about seeds and how intentions can either help or hinder what we wish to manifest. Enjoy.
I laughed the other night when talking to my Grandfather in Spirit, he said “You want to watch that brain of yours, it will get you in trouble”. I think of many times that my brain has got me in trouble. The human brain left to its own devices is remarkably inventive and I have to say not in the best way really. The amount of times that your brain will zero in on fear based thoughts rather than empowering thoughts is huge. Yet we at times are completely at a loss as how to stop our brain from doing that. As my Grandfather so succinctly puts it, it will get you in trouble if you are not careful.
The Guides always say that we tend to water seeds of thoughts inadvertently, or strangle them with good intentions, smother them with fears, we let weeds seep…
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