I’ve discontinued 30-minute readings in favor of 60-minute sessions, which comprise the bulk of my work. Sometimes clients ask me to answer a “quick question,” such as: Will I get a job in June? When will I find a house? Will my wife come back to me?
Usually deeper issues are at play. 'Quick questions' may not be so easily answered.
A ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer may be readily obvious to a question. The indicators may certainly imply one of them. But there’s a process involved to arriving at those outcomes that takes time.
Short psychic readings feel a bit like bread that’s been kneaded and proofed, but not yet baked. Microwaving it wouldn’t turn out a great loaf of bread.
While there are no simple answers to life’s dilemmas, the symbols in our dreams do offer us solutions. Through them, we can go to the heart of the matter, exploring the treasures history has to offer, and seeing into possibilities.
A client may be struggling with an oppressive job, unrequited love, or a lost sense of purpose. Her questions could be: Is it time to quit? Would he be good to me? Why haven’t I fallen in love? Should I go back to college?
In my sessions, I am less interested in providing simple answers, as I am offering helpful tools, providing prospective insights, and illuminating available paths.
I do this by asking for your spirit guide to collaborate with my spirit guide in order to send me a daydream relevant to your story. Before you tell me anything, I share this dream with you, along with the message I interpret it to mean.
Psychic impressions don’t have to come from tarot cards, or a psychic’s mind. They can come from any picture that calls you.
I was home in Manhattan recently, set to begin a woman’s reading by phone, when I tapped my computer’s keypad to check the time. I’d previously been downloading pictures from a hike I’d taken in the mountains of Hawaii. The screen lit up with one of those photos.
A paragraph I edited out of my last post turned out to be a psychic vision! It was a point I'd made about tuning into patterns, an essential aptitude for tapping into psychic consciousness.
The paragraph ran:
"If you were to notice red, orange and yellow mushrooms, you might then wonder if mushrooms also came in green, blue and purple. The very pattern of red, orange and yellow suggests the presence of a broader spectrum of colors. By wondering if mushrooms came in green, blue and purple, you would open the way for those mushrooms to appear in your waking reality."
At the time I thought the idea worthy of further exploration so I saved the text.
Some days later a friend and I spent some time hiking in New York’s Catskill Mountains. We’d no sooner started our journey to Giant Ledge, that I encountered this little gem to the left:
"Derek, I have to share this touch of heaven with you. I have a clump of steel wool I use to clean tarnished medals. After using the steel wool one day, I placed it on the corner of my desk in case I had to use it again.
As part of my psychic development practice, I play a game with the Universe: I ask a symbol -unique enough to be considered special- to show itself three times.
The symbols I follow may be simple, but they always lead to eloquent and surprising messages.
My first pang of attraction to 'the frilly, capital letter A' came while I was working at a friend's house in Hawai'i. At a nearby cafe, I'd picked up an entertainment magazine called 'Abstract'. It had a glossy green cover embossed with a giant, ornately scripted A. For some reason, I was drawn to it. I wondered if it would make a good symbol for my game.
Coincidences don't happen to us. They happen with us.
Students who took my psychic class on March 11th in New York City learned they were psychic. Some experienced symbolic visions that called to be interpreted. Others had remarkably literal impressions.
I gave the participants an exercise designed to help them forget their thinking minds. For a while, they daydreamed in imaginative spaces where their inner psychics could express themselves. Then they drew some abstract pictures. One student drew this:
The Universe communicates with you through the intuitive dimensions of Coincidences, Dreams, and Déjà vu. And by ‘Dreams’, I not only mean the dreams you have at night, but daydreams, hunches; anything imagined.
Isn’t the symbolic language that plays out in our imaginations worth interpreting? Might that content be designed to help us see opportunities, navigate relationships, accept circumstances, and achieve our goals, etc.?
This 15-minute audio contemplation features:
Around Thanksgiving, I wondered about a psychic story I could share for my New Year’s blog. I was looking for something that might illuminate the benefits of what might be called Conscientious Psychic Dreaming. I hadn’t been particularly attentive to my dreams at the time, so I had little of note to draw from.
I thought, "A prophetic dream will come, and when it does, I’ll follow where it leads me.” This is all you need to do; call out for the dream, and have the intent to catch it.
A few days later, on my first night of a month-long trip to Taipei, the dream I called for came.
by Derek Calibre
The anecdotes we share from our psychic experiences seem to proffer themselves as modern allegories.
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