TWO “Not So Down To Earth” things to watch for TODAY

I do two things. They are services, not products. First is personal development mentoring, and the second is my Intuitive side. That’s what you know me for when I do my Psychic Readings. Often the line between the two is blurred. As a personal development consultant, I usually pull out my tarot cards to get a story about a challenge in someone’s life. As someone who’s attended one of my psychic readings, you’ll know I share coaching tips and suggestions that bubble to the surface during the reading.

Being in the NOW is in the Words

The other thing drawn from my intuition and psychic ability is what I say. I’ve been doing this for a while and am still sceptical about messages. That scepticism comes from my scientific background. I’m a critic of what I pick up. I can’t help thinking that what I’ve said is my ego speaking. This scepticism is drowned out by an admission many weeks or months later when my client confirms my prediction. What helps me with my overthinking ego is allowing myself to be in the NOW and accept the words and messages that flow.

TWO "Not So Down To Earth" things to watch for TODAY : Being in the now : Speed of Change

I’m Still Astounded

After years in the reading and tarot business, a couple of things astound me.

One is that occasionally, as I’m talking to a client, words come out of my mouth that are entirely foreign to me. I hear them, and I stop. As my client, you may have heard me say, “Where in the hell did that come from?”. I mull over what I just said and check in with myself. Then I realised what I said was real because I felt a familiar buzzing. This happens at other times, too, when talking to clients.

Be Aware of Your Feelings

Are you aware of this feeling? For example, you may be talking to a friend or colleague, say something, and wonder where those words came from. I call it a ‘being in the now’ moment.

It can be challenging to give an example because those little gems slip through my memory net. Once I’ve uttered the words and told the client, it’s gone. Occasionally, I’ve gone back over reading audio recordings, but nothing. I’ve heard the passage again, and the second time around, there is nothing unique or spectacular in what I said. It’s a “being in the now” experience.

Speed of Change

Another thing still astounds me about my intuition and psychic work. That is the speed of change. How quickly things can change in a short time. For example, during her personal development mentoring session, a client asked me about a relationship issue last week. I flicked out cards and told her what was about to happen. I told her, “There will be relationship challenges over the next couple of months”. All good because her mentoring program equips her with tools to overcome obstacles quickly.

The other night as we talked, she asked me again about these obstacles; I grabbed the tarot cards and turned a couple over. Furthermore, a completely different story emerged. It was interesting because the previous blocks were there just below the surface, and they will surely bubble up and cause her grief, but not to the same extent.

The cards I turned over gave a completely different picture of her. Not necessarily blissful or anything, just different.

 Skeptic Criticism

Psychics are criticised for giving different, inconsistent and conflicting stories over time. The sceptics don’t realise that my account reflects that your life changes quickly.

Your Take Home “Being in the Now and Speed of Change Gifts”.

Treat Each New Flash of Brilliance as a Fragile Treasure.

When you’re talking to someone, relax and let your conversation flow. Watch for your ‘being in the now’ moment. I’m sure you’ve had them, and I know you’ll have more. Be aware of the speed of change in your thoughts, especially as new ideas are often preceded by an ah-ha or light-bulb moment.

Next, be aware that you have lots going on, and things are changing quickly. Ideas, thoughts and premonitions you had a few days ago may have lost bounce. Don’t worry; they’ll soon be replaced by something new. You may even find that that big idea doesn’t ‘feel’ right any more. I can hear you say, “I devoted time and money to that idea; you mean I’ve got to, can it?”

Perhaps you do, but not necessarily. You may need help to sift through the value of that time and energy to check that it has lost its magic. Then, you should be ready to bounce your thoughts off someone you can trust to give you a balanced opinion, sleep on it, and make the relevant changes.

Your life is changing quickly. Need help with this? Contact us.

Continue to have a fantastic day,


One of the people I know who lives this is Shalini Nandan, a lawyer.

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