So many times, and I mean MANY times (lol), I call one of my favorite readers (who shall remain nameless because we all have our favorites, and you are ALL very gifted, very much admired and loved) because I go into what I like to call worry mode…”Well, you said two weeks, and it’s been two weeks, and I’m feeling doubtful…and what if…and how come…yadda, yadda, yadda.” Lots of times, I call because I find it very comforting to hear his or her voice, and to receive the calming advice that is always given. What the psychics give me is hope.
It is our human nature to want to catch a glimpse of what is to come. We call our psychics. We look for signs, whether they’re in the form of feathers, coins, clouds…a song on the radio or a name on a license plate. It’s almost as if the psychics are couriers, and their messages from Spirit are just a different form of the signs that we receive…the answers to our questions. (Why do I keep envisioning that little cartoon bird wearing the leather flying ace hat and goggles?!)
The problem is, when we RECEIVE the answer, whether it’s from our beloved readers or from Heaven above, we always seem to QUESTION that very answer we’ve been looking for. We can’t do this to ourselves anymore.
I was on a website recently, and I read something about signs written by Danae Sinclair. I think it would be beneficial to all of us to not only read the following excerpt, but to really ABSORB what the author is saying. It put a lot of things into perspective for me, and helped me realize that the more I fret about whatever it is I’m looking forward to, the more I push it away. I have learned to trust the signs I receive and not to question if they’re “really a sign.” Whether these signs are from my psychic or from the angels above, they are a gift, and I feel blessed for having received such a gift. We should never look a gift horse in the mouth. I hope this will help you, too…
“But then comes the temptation to interpret – to consult a text or call a friend – to replace the direction, the resonance, the “ah-ha!” moment with tangibility and credibility – “does this mean…?”, “oh, yes it means this and that”. There’s the urge to take that received knowledge and examine it from every angle, poking and prodding and squeezing every last drop of what it’s made of out of it. This is where we read too much into things. We get our answers and then want to question them.
And it’s this very mistrust of what’s given to us in its own form that destroys the divine part of divination. We apply the scarcity mind-set that proclaims “Not Enough” and disconnects us from the benevolent source – the larger intelligence – that is soul.
So the challenge is not how to read omens and signs but to contain them. In other words, to stick with the original message rather than allow the mind’s tricky ways to unravel it and remake it into something else. It’s as simple as this. Trust that if you ask, the answer is on its way. Notice what life is showing you because soul makes intelligent, meaningful statements all the time.
Stop interrogating the answers and, above all, sit for just a moment with what you’ve received and recognize the magic. Trust it, its part of who you are now.” – Danae Sinclair
What’s your take?