Category Archives: self reflection
February 2019: Mediumship Experience
Written in February 2019, reflections on mediumship.
I am experimenting with mediumship skills.
God has given the ‘sense’ of mediumship as a gift to humanity in order that people on earth and in the spirit world can communicate with one another. This is a pretty awe inspiring possibility with a lot of wonderful potentials when the sense is used wisely. For example, when our motivations are ethical and moral and we desire to learn about love, truth and God’s Laws. Or we desire to love our brothers and sisters and bring about positive change.
Thoughts January 2019: Fragments
Written on 13 January 2019, reflection on fragments and facade.
Fragmentation is when we close parts of ourselves off in order to avoid feeling painful emotions. We become pieces, fragments of our self rather than a cohesive whole. Fragmentation is a way to ‘cope’ in the world when we have experienced trauma or pain. It is a way to control emotion.
Thoughts from 2013: Putting Out Fires
Written on 20 August 2013, reflections on cause and effects in my life.
‘Putting out fires’ is a metaphor for the Law of Cause and Effect, or cleaning up after the errors in my soul/my emotional self rather than dealing with the cause and the events, feelings, triggers the Law of Attraction exposes in the moment.
Emotions: Part of Life
Written in February 2020 Thoughts and reflections on re sensitizing to emotion and expressing feelings.
Emotions are part of life.
Emotions happen while we’re doing everyday living.
Emotions are normal.
Emotions range from pleasurable to painful.
Emotions are part of us and part of the enjoyment and experience of life.
A Letter: Thoughts on Parenting, May 2021
Sometimes I write letters or emails as a way to clarify thoughts or feelings after a conversation. Sometimes I send them, sometimes I don’t. Here is one I drafted to a friend in regards to parents & children.
Poem: Gap Filler
I’m like putty or ‘no more gaps’
The products sold to fill in holes
Thoughts: Looking for Love in All The Wrong Places
Post written in May 2018.
When we desire to avoid past emotional pain from our childhoods or avoid pain due to the actions we have taken during our lives, we create emotional addictions, ways to avoid feeling the pain, ways to minimize, justify or mask the pain. That is what we think and what we tell ourselves.
Poem: My Hope
Thoughts: Soulmate Relationship
Written on 15 December 2020
I think about soulmates a lot, especially mine. The concept that there is only one other person in the world who makes up our soul (one soul, two physical bodies, two spirit bodies).
Why did God create soulmates? I don’t know all the reasons exactly, but I like the idea that we have a mate/best friend to share with, to explore and learn about the universe and everything inside and outside said universe.