August 9th, 2011 → 8:38 am // No Comments
My experiences as a psychic medium leave me in awe and amazement on a daily basis. I wish everyone could have the chance to visit me at the Angel Quest Center and have a life changing experience, but because I’m booked for over two years and have stopped taking appointments for now, I have some great news! You can drastically improve your life and your relationships by addressing a few things right here in the physical realm. Simply becoming more aware of yourself and others can make you a “psychic” in our own right.
There’s a show on television called The Mentalist, where the lead character uses his amazing abilities to solve crimes. He attributes his success not to his psychic abilities, but to his keen ability to detect the details of life. In other words, he is the ultimate observer. His acute sense of body language, tone, and emotions allow him to put together a clear picture of what happened in the past or what will happen in the future. People’s responses also clue him in to what a person might be saying or hiding. This kind of analysis makes you think; couldn’t we use this kind of awareness to improve our human relations and our lives?
“I wish I knew what my husband wanted?” “What does she really feel?” “Why does my Father act this way?” “What is my child really thinking?” These are common questions we all ask ourselves at some point in our lives and often we are desperate to know the answers. Here’s the exciting news – it doesn’t take your psychic abilities to figure them out. It is time for us to enter the world of “the mentalist.” It is so delightfully fitting that the following three concepts are the same three they teach you in a CPR class. That’s right, we’re going to bring your relationships back to life!
Become the ultimate observer. Whenever or where ever you have the chance to sit back and “people watch,” do it! Be still and find a place of non-judgment in your heart. Simply observe facial expressions, body language, tone, and mannerisms. Be careful to observe how the actions of one person affect the other’s reactions. We can learn so much about how to communicate with others by watching others communicate. In the end we want to ask ourselves, “What do we look and sound like, and how do people react to us?”
The common cliché that says we have two ears and one mouth so we can listen twice as much as we speak holds so much truth that it’s hard to deny. The universe’s cute little built-in ratio will yield us huge dividends if we apply it. The less we speak and the more questions we ask, the better our understanding of human beings becomes. Give yourself the opportunity to listen because the increased knowledge of people, situations, and emotions holds the key to the most important thing in life – the truth!
This is the toughest one but we’re all capable of doing it. It is the ability to feel what someone else is feeling — empathy! The truth is that nobody really knows what we go through but us. A man will never actually know what it feels like to be pregnant. With that said, any man or women will tell you that even a small fraction of empathy and compassion can mean the world to someone. It can change outcomes in an instant. If we focus on opening our hearts and letting all judgment go, we can attempt to enter someone else’s world. Stepping into their world even for an instant can give us a much clearer vision of them and understand everything else so much more as well.
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