I work as a reader online (to book an appointment please go: here) and at The Oracle in West Vancouver and TAP Spirit, Gasoline Alley, Fort Langley.
When I do readings I use Tarot cards, and a deck I’ve created called, Cards of Balance.
Often I talk about the importance of sitting still in the heart — out of the mind — imagining a pebble drop from mind to heart and sitting there heart listening.
It’s quite different from being in the mind and meditating.
With consistency, one can become quite adept at communicating with our guidance, through the heart.
The other thing I always tend to mention when I’m a reader is how important it is to be balanced, in equal Love for the Divine Mother and the Divine Father, which relates back to our own mother and father.
I found with myself that I tended to favour one energy more than the other, and that imbalance, holding onto past hurts either masculine or feminine, created all kinds of pain and suffering.
When we process what has happened in our lives with forgiveness and come to a place of gratitude for the experience, the good, the bad, the ugly, we balance within, and life flows so much better.
I am my own “guinea pig,” practicing with myself, then sharing what I’ve found.
As I was sitting still the other day I “saw” beautiful French doors to my heart, reminding me of a guided peace meditation with Archangel Michael saying through the channel:
“Will you open your heart like magnificent French doors?”
The more I sit still, the more I see how important it is that those “magnificent doors within” are balanced, that they can swing easily. I liken their “easy-swinging” to processing the old hurts — even spraying the hinges with “WD40!” — equal measures of forgiveness and gratitude.
I’ve found when I do this, I come into a place of alignment, of compassion for self/others, and my sacred purpose, why I am here, becomes more and more clear.
The heart is a door to everything. . .
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with women in recovery or fabric for face masks.