With my pear tree (left photo; click it to see it enlarge to view the shimmer) and many other fruit-trees now in bloom, continent-wide, it feels as though our Mother Earth promises to sustain life for yet another coming season. Native Trilliums (pictured below) also spread their delicate petals to seemingly call forth the healing sun.
Here in the Pacific Northwest, it's misting very hard this morning. I'm thankful for such delicate rain after three days of Heavenly sunshine. My soul is filled with the memory of so many birds stuffing the air with song. Last night the frogs and crickets were clicking and croaking louder than I've ever remembered hearing them from my yard.
IN OTHER NEWS: I'm reading a book called "Rootwork: Using the Folk Magick of Black America for Love, Money and Success" by Tayannah Lee McQuillar. Some of what McQuillar writes seems purely opinionated (e.g., she claims psychics who make predictions are all charlitans while she herself utilizes divination to foretell the future).
Meanwhile, I agree with many other aspects of her book. I'm especially thankful for how she describes "spirit guides" and unveils the erroneous assumption that all ghosts and spirits who advise people are highly evolved. They are truly NOT deity-types (i.e., not angels).
In regards to foretelling the future: there are simply many things we are just not supposed to know yet . . . and when my clients ask for predictions I admit it when no clear message is forthcoming (because the Universe does NOT want it to be known and free will means the present energies can blow in another direction).
Nobody wants to be proven a fool (or even considered one) and I resent it when other magic workers call other root-workers and spell-casters names.
THE POINT OF THIS ENTRY:
Always remember, dear reader, when you hire a psychic/medium that they can see images of the dead and quite often receive spiritually wise messages. Meanwhile - as I have been very effective at predicting pregnancies and when a boyfriend might call (or interpreting what are his feelings at this given moment) no psychic can see EVERYTHING. Be realistic when you work with a psychic. In a given moment, as you stand in your yard, you cannot possibly take in every detail with your eyes, ears, and sense of smell/feeling functioning fully. Psychics focus their attention in one direction and communicate that reality to you. They cannot see EVERYTHING.
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