Crazy

Here is why a lot of psychics and healers are born into bat shit crazy families. It is not to learn to be a better healer. Most of us were psychics and healers in past lives. It was to give our parents an opportunity to heal, do the work to change their lives to help give them the opportunity to grow.

Unfortunately a lot of these people refuse to do their part. They get lazy and use every excuse to not grow or change their lives for the better. We do learn somethings about crazy though. It helps us with our clients to help them to heal.

This is not about karma or because you were a bad person in a past life time.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

info@ravenhawke.net

www.ravenhawke.net

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Practice, Practice

Today I got an up close reminder, as an empath and medical intuitive that the quos I get are practice in helping people. I have many times either felt or smelled things around people who are having medical issues. One person, I was working with today smelled of feces. I can only gather from that the person is having intestinal issues. I’ve felt blood clots or cancer in my throat when people are having those issues.

These are tied to my guides, who are healers and shamans. The shamanism part, I would have gone into kicking and screaming; had my guides not approached it the way that they did. I sort of got really small doses of different experiences so I didn’t put the shamanism part together right away. I have known when someone had brain cancer by their symptoms and had to tell them to see a neurologist right away. Only to learn that I was right and they only had a short time left.

For those of you healers and practitioners, who feel like your failing at your practice.  This is not a punishment, when you end up working a day job. It is to connect you with people who might not be able to afford your rates. It is to allow you to get more personal with people that need you. It makes you a better practitioner, it makes you more real and touchable. If you’re an empath, I get your pain. It is extremely hard to work around so many people and constantly feel their pain, negativity. It gets very over whelming.

I write this to give you some hope that you did not waste your time; taking the classes that you did to help people. This is about spirit helping us to re-connect again.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

info@ravenhawke.net

www.ravenhawke.net

 

 

 

Small Victories

No matter big or small, it’s always important to celebrate those changes in our life or environment. You can start any where? Sometimes its a desk or a chair, it might be dusting it or removing papers that have been there for a long time. Just by starting to go through a stack of papers and deciding if we can finally let it go or if it needs to be kept. It is these small steps that lead to our victories.

As we clear what no longer serves us we start to feel lighter. This helps to create opportunities that start to materialize in our physical world. When you pick something up in your house or office. Focus on how it feels to you? When you hold it are you feeling heavy or lighter? Does it make you feel happy or sad? This will help you decide if it has a place still in your life.

Even looking at your life. Are you happy where you are in your life? Did your life get better in this last year? Stay the same or get worse? Is this something you can change or is it something that really is beyond your control. If it’s not something, you can change. Then make only changes to the places in your life that you do have control over and see if something doesn’t start to move and change for the better.

Even if it is the smallest victory celebrate or give gratitude for it. These are building blocks that help build momentum for changes that we need. If you’ve had to deal with an extremely abusive relationship in your life or work life. We sometimes go through periods of forced sabbatical. This is the Universes way of giving us time to heal.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

info@ravenhawke.net

http://www.ravenhawke.net

 

 

Are You A Whole Person or A People Pleaser?

We currently have a world where it seems like the inmates of an insane asylum are running this planet. Do you constantly look over your shoulder figuratively as well as literally? Almost as if you don’t somehow live up to someone elses standards you will be discovered to be somehow lacking! Are you living your life or just going through the motions? Do you even know who you are?

What does it mean to be a whole person! It means that you’re not perfect, you are exactly as nature intended you to be. It is those flaws that make you who you are! When you don’t have all that pressure to be perfect in everyone’s eyes. You actually gain some breathing room to live your life and make mistakes and sometimes stumble along the way til you find the path that is right for you! Not someone else’s path or walking in someone else’s shoes to live their dreams for them.

Life is to be lived and not a spectator sport. That means you will make mistakes. You will look back at some parts of your life and its okay to feel embarrassed about things that you did in your youth. That is what’s called growth. You acknowledge the mistakes, move on and don’t keep beating yourself up for things that are in the past. You might know how to handle those situations now in the present or not. If not you, find someone who does and learn from them. Either way this is growth!

If we never had change we would just stagnate and die. That’s how a species goes extinct. When you live up to other Peoples standards, which can be stressful and sometimes an impossible task to master. There is a trade-off! Are you starting to lose yourself as a person or even your soul to be someone you’re not? It is our imperfections that make us stand out from others be it good or bad. When you actually start to make peace with who you are as a person. You start become more calm. You can still change the things that you would like to tweak about yourself within reason.

This is growth, when you come to terms with faults and strengths. All of us have both light and dark so to speak. It is what makes us whole. You can temper some of your traits that you consider undesirable by allowing yourself to play more. What do I mean by that. If you have a temper, you allow yourself to express yourself in healthy ways so you don’t explode later in a work environment. Some people allow themselves to express this in sports, while others use journaling as an outlet. Some choose to talk to a therapist. This allows them to be who they are while learning tools of healthy expression.

In most current work environments there can be bosses that are very antagonistic. Where if you really said what was on your mind you might lose your job. One way is to right down everything you’d like to say to this person’s face. One it allows you to express yourself in a healthy way. If you have a fire pit or wood fireplace, you can burn what you’ve written as a way to release it.

Over time we start to face our dark side, this is not a bad thing. It is actually very healthy. It allows us to see ourselves in a new light without judging ourselves. By allowing it out to play. It allows us to be in control of our dark side without it controlling us. It starts to soften some of those rough edges that we didn’t like before. It is our dark side that might have given us protection when we were a child. It might be a part of us that was rejected or judged as a child.

When we actually, explore this side of ourselves without judgement. We start to see where it originally came from. We can decide, if we want to make changes as an adult or if we’re fine with it as is? It can be very comforting to allow it to just be. This is about your personal journey and not someone elses. It might feel good to yell and scream in your car about something or someone who has upset you. It’s when we hold all of our emotions in and never allow ourselves feel that we start to make ourselves sick.

In some regards, we’re surrounded by fake people with their politically correct bullshit and this fluffy bunny shit about sending it love. If you don’t feel like doing any of that shit. Don’t there is no karma for actually having feelings and emotions. The only person you have to please is yourself. This culture of acting like a martyr is so restrictive it can feel like you’re wearing a straight jacket.

When you start to except yourself for who you are! You will start to find more calm in your life. You don’t get brownie points for keeping antagonistic people in your life. The last thing you need is people who are constantly picking you apart. Especially when they refuse to actually look at their own lives. By starting to live your life on your own standards you be taking steps to allow yourself to heal and grow as a person.

Penny J. (MN, USA)

Raven Hawke, Llc

http://www.ravenhawke.net

info@ravenhawke.net

Message to Spiritual Practitioners

Dear Spiritual practitioners, when your feeling low and it feels like your hitting road blocks to your spiritual calling. Remember that in everything that you touch, you are putting healing into everything you do.

This is sometimes the most effective way to get you to reach out to the masses. Those corporate gigs that seem to waste your talents are either teaching you something or you are teaching someone else who really needs it. Its the exchange of energy between you.

If you are a healer, remember that everyone that you interact with is some how receiving a healing in the way that they personally need. If your a spiritual counselor, you words are touching a person in the way that they can hear the message that they’re meant to get.

This so called down time that seems to waste our time is actually preparing us for more to come. People that think they don’t need counseling or healing will get it in unexpected ways. When we’re ready to finally fly, we will find that we’ve been doing it all a long; just not in the way we expected.

That food that your preparing or serving to a customer. Now has healthy energy to allow that person to properly heal. It’s never what you think. That’s how life journeys happen and along the way we get healed ourselves too.

Penny J. (MN, USA)