Spiritual readings, healing and teaching for soulful living
How can you bring love and light to situations involving injustice, abuse or disrespect without being a doormat? Does being spiritual mean that you allow people to do exactly what they want, even if that results in you or others getting hurt?
It’s a subject that has come up often recently in my client sessions, and I’ve noticed it in many Facebook posts too. It’s a misunderstanding that often gets applied to spirituality; that it somehow means we have to be weak and “fluffy bunnies” who drift through life vaguely, seeing the best in everyone and conveniently ignoring anything that doesn’t sit comfortably within a rosy-glassed view.
Our ears are bombarded with different sounds all the time, 24 hours a day if we live in the centre of a big city. With all the hearing that goes on, you’d think we’d be good at listening but it’s not true. The truth is, the profusion of sound in our lives hasn’t made us better at listening, it’s created expert non-hearers! Just think about how effectively you can screen out “noise” you don’t want to be bothered by at certain times.
For many of my clients, one of the most stubborn obstacles to healing, spiritual development, healthy relationships, and attaining higher consciousness is a lack of appreciation and love for oneself. What I’ve learned beyond a doubt is that the heart – an open, unrestricted and giving heart – is the key to everything. Love is the universal language that speaks to every problem and blasts every door wide open.
Multidimensional reality and multidimensional consciousness have been much talked about in spiritual circles for a while now, so I thought it would be good to try to explain it and say something about what that means for us, and how we can make the best use of our awareness of it.
Essentially, there are many planes of existence above and below this physical one that we know as human life, and these planes are called dimensions. Each dimension has a different set of laws and principles by which it operates, specific to the vibratory frequency of that dimension.
It’s a question I’m often asked when giving readings to those struggling with how to do just that, or when someone finds out that I’m working for myself at something I love. It’s funny but at the time I was moving from employed to self-employed, I didn’t really think of myself as being “brave”, which is the word most people use to describe me when they listen to my story!