Feel like there isn’t enough time in a day to take a bathroom break let alone sit still for a 20-minute mediation? Or the idea of sitting in the lotus position in silence for even 10-minutes will send the hamster on the wheel in your head into overdrive?
Hey, I hear you! Sometime being human is a tough job. We know that it is important to establish consistent psychic hygiene habits and grounding rituals for practice daily. Unfortunately, many of us can feel there isn’t enough time in the day for the very thing we need for navigating life’s daily responsibilities and chaos with greater clarity and confidence. However, sometimes we view these rituals as one more thing on our to-do list... which creates more anxiety.
But don’t fret! And this is what this article is all about… making moments of “intentional” stillness (some in under 5 seconds)… very thing we need that will help to recharge our intuitive GPS and reduce the effects of those daily stresses. As an additional bonus, "intentional stillness" is also an energetic air purifier for helping rid the residual ick from the prior day.
When it comes to the moon, most of the attention seems to focus on the full moon. But what about the New Moon? What are the most favorable activities for you during this moon phase, and what are a few simple ritual for anyone (regardless of their religious traditions) for tapping into the energy a new moon?
I’m sure you’ve heard people talk about the full moon. Some fear it. Others howl at it. And you’ve probably also heard of the term “the lunar effect”. It’s the parallels between specific phases of the 29.5-day lunar cycle with the physiological changes in living beings here on Earth... especially humans.
Most people associate of the lunar effect with a full moon. After all, the word “lunacy” came from the Latin word luna meaning moon, which also carries, shall we say, an intense and chaotic interpretation.
So what is a full moon… and more importantly, what does this mean for you?
Much is written about the full moon and the new moon. Ironically, these only account for less than a quarter of the 29.5 day lunar cycle. So what’s happening between the full moon and new moon? What are the other two of the four phases of the moon’s cycle?
Well, the quick answer is transitional phases from the new moon to the full moon and visa versa are the waxing and waning moon phases.
But more importantly, what does this mean for you?
Regardless of your intuitive experience, numerology is a great tool for developing your psychic savvy. There are various metaphysical methods and modalities for activating and (re)tuning your intuitive GPS. Based on my personal experience as a psychic and intuitive, the modality that seems the most user-friendly regardless of a person’s intuitive experience is numerology. It’s an intuitive by-the-numbers language that is easy to learn. It was a key tool in my development as a professional psychic.
Meet Psychic Terri Weston
I believe intuition provides practical guidance for navigating life’s chaos and crossroads with greater