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A Video Tarot Reading

For the last 3 years I’ve been saying I wanted to start doing videos.  This is the first attempt and it’s a simple tarot reading I did a while back.  My plans – after working on the TPSC sizzle reel – which never became a reality tv show -which I am grateful for – that it never became a show and for the experience – I kept feeling drawn to YouTube, I felt like “I have to do this my way”.  So here is the first video.

If you have any thoughts I really would love to hear them.  I  want to get better at making videos.  I have lots of ideas of just fun stuff I want to do.  Interviews are next, and I’ll keep throwing readings on here too.   Continue reading “A Video Tarot Reading”

It’s the little things….

We received another experience from a community member – this one falling into “what you think about you bring about” category…is this manifesting?  You be the judge.

“On the way back from lunch I kept thinking of how I’d really like a Diet Mountain Dew – and not just that but a big 2 liter.  visualizing the 2 liter and dreaming of the yummy nectar of the gods taste…On my desk when I got back?

A 2 liter Mountain Dew a coworker bought for me.

 

I have never Continue reading “It’s the little things….”

Broncos, Panthers, Intuition and Premonitions

This came in from STEVE – about the Super Bowl and Intuition, and I would also add – Premonitions.  Thanks for writing in! If you have any thoughts, let’s hear them

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One of my ‘skills’ is clair-sentience or otherwise just knowing. (Clairsentience, which means clear sensing, is the ability to feel the present, past or future physical and emotional states of others, without the use of the normal five senses. Psychics who are clairsentient are able to retrieve information from houses, public buildings and outside areas.)

Sometimes I just know stuff and know it like the sky is blue.  Problem is (is it really a problem… maybe not), I seemingly can’t choose this and it seems to come and go.

Here’s an example relevant to today.  Disclosure, I’m a Denver Broncos fan, so I suppose a skeptic would say I was partially biased.  Before the football season started, my daughter Amanda (18) asked me who I thought would be in the Super Bowl.  I hadn’t really thought about it much, other than hoping my team would win, like every other NFL fan, but all of the sudden, it felt like the Denver Broncos vs. the Carolina Panthers and not just thinking it would be that, but seemingly KNOWING it was that.  I told my daughter that I was certain and told her to remember I said that as the season went on.  This evening, both teams advanced to the Super Bowl, so it was accurate.

What I don’t seem to understand though, is how to do that on purpose.  My daughter asked, and it was like, BAM… there’s the answer and I was certain of it.  But if I sat down and said, ‘I’m going to intuit the Super Bowl teams…’ I don’t think it would have worked.

To the skeptic, the Carolina Panthers were far from a favorite and I don’t care about them.  😛  Go Broncos?

Introducing T PSY SC – Supper Club 2.0

Do you have a secret psy story?

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Now  you are invited to get involved and share your  story.

The supper club regulars here on the blog, and now spread out all over the country, and a few more in other parts of the world,  is a mix of people with a range of different Psy skill sets.  We’ve come together from all over and we are inviting you – join us and share your story.  Share an experience, something you WANT to talk about but haven’t felt like you could – this is the place.

We are accepting original Psy related stories (short or long), articles, artwork, videos, films – check out the contact tab – and get involved.  You can submit though the contact page, and by name, or anonymously.  If anonymous, just request that instead of signing your name.  🙂

We are regular people here, not a bunch of Swamis… #NoSwamis – just regular people who have integrated our natural intuition into everyday life, instead of suppressing it.

Here the Supernatural is just…super natural.

TPsy SC is here.  Welcome to Supper Club 2.0.

Entrainment, Family Connection and Call of Duty?

Entrainment is something I’m going to start talking a lot about because it’s what’s coming in for me to share.  I’m going to start putting practical information on here about how to open the connection to the upper mind.  You can call it whatever you want – Psi-mind, psychic abilities, the ethers (yea, what Einstein was talking about) consciousness…whatever viewpoint works for you, the words don’t matter.  Entrainment is basically the program.  As in get with THE PROGRAM.  All this stuff is happening all around us all the time.  Period.  Dispute it or not, it doesn’t matter to me.  Here’s how you get to it if you choose.  For some it’s easy, for others too difficult.  It’s as easy or as hard as you want it to be.  But it is absolutely obtainable.

 

  1. Entrainment (biomusicology), the synchronization of organisms to an external rhythm. Entrainment (chronobiology), the alignment of a circadian system’s period and phase to the period and phase of an external rhythm.

I’m going to challenge the definition and push it a little.  The Entrainment I’M talking about is the synchronization of organisms to an INTERNAL RHYTHM.  We all have it.  And you know what we do with it?  We hide it, we cover it up, we pay attention to ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING BUT THIS RHYTHM.

WHY?  Because it’s easy.  There are so many deterrents from THE PURPOSE that pull our attention away.  Facebook, Netflix, The View, any given bullshit news channel (both sides, I’m not picking favorites here), fake celebrity news, ANY housewives reality show, really – it all has a name: ENTERTAINMENT.  Such similar words with such different meanings.  When did we have to start being ENTERTAINED 24/7?  what is all of this crap CONTRIBUTING to our existence?  Does it enrich us?  No, it keeps us from our true nature  – it keeps us from ENTRAINMENT.  Keeps us from THE PURPOSE.  So what can we do?

TURN OUR ATTENTION to what matters.  Real Relationships, Family, Friendships.  I’m going to use family as the example here.  Are your family experiences rich?  wedding pic me jim ninaAre you creating memories with the people in your home?  I’m going to start posing what may be some hard questions here, but this is what I’m here for so keep reading or close the page.  It’s your choice.  I’m also going to give some solutions, you can start small and build on them.  So I’m not just going to call you out and leave you hanging.  I’ll even give you some examples to work with – some things that have worked for me/my family and continue to work for me in real time.

When you have a conversation with someone – actually listen to and care about what they are saying.  Don’t just be thinking about what you are going to say next.

This is an asshole move that a lot of us do all of the time.  But dude, don’t do it to your family.  How many times have you been telling (insert loved one here) a story and they just
walk out of the room?  Yea, remember how that feels?  Don’t do it to other people.  It sucks.  For GOD’S SAKE don’t do this to your kids.  Even if it starts with a 5 minute conversation – that is a real interaction – that’s a win.  Take it.

Talk about things the other person is interested in, even if you aren’t.

You may be thinking – Why?  Because it ENGAGES the other person and they want to share what they enjoy, even if they won’t admit it.  Here’s an example of what I’m talking about from my personal experience.  My son plays MINECRAFT.  He also plays FIFA and CALL OF DUTY.  None of which I  was interested in.  But you know what I AM interested in?  MY SON.

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So something interesting happened – back when he was playing Minecraft like a fiend – literally this game is like crack to kids – he would build these elaborate places, buildings, scenes out of nothing.  As I was walking by he’d stop me and say “Mom, look at this.”  and show me a little something he had made, like a cart on an elaborate track that goes all through his structures and underground, actually some pretty cool and creative stuff.  I’d actually take the time to SIT DOWN and look at it and have a quick conversation about it with him.  What started as quick conversations became longer ones, which included, “what are those shuffling things?”  “How do you keep from forgetting where all your stuff is?”He was Engaging me and in turn we were Interacting.  That was a first step.  He saw I showed interest, and began engaging me more and more.  If I hadn’t shown interest, he would have stopped.  But soon he was building these elaborate scenes FOR me.  To show and share with me.  It made me feel special, and I know it made him feel special too.  Sometimes he’d call me in to watch something when I was busy, but I always made sure to let him know I’d be there as soon as I was done, and I wouldn’t forget.  FOLLOW THROUGH is a big part of Entrainment, disappointment is a backslide.  So if you are going to start practicing entrainment, it’s ok to start small.  But make sure you follow through.  And sometimes things don’t stick and that’s ok too.  Alex tried to teach me how to play Call of Duty.  He said, “It sure would be fun if we could play together, Mom.”  Now WHAT 13 year old boy wants to play Call of Duty with his mom?  Yea, it’s pretty rad.  But I suck at Call of Duty.  It makes me dizzy, especially split screen, when I see someone I just start firing like crazy, and end up getting killed.  Alex is yelling at me to shoot this guy or that guy or to go left, and I’m yelling back that I CAN’T while my guy is spinning in circles and I just suck at it.  We end up laughing so hard we can’t even play, but playing isn’t the point.  He still asks me to play sometimes, but we just laugh and I’ll sit down and just watch him for a while.  Still engaging, just not interactively – which is ok too.

OK so all for now.  Entrainment is a way of life, start somewhere.  Engage, start at home.  START WHERE YOU ARE.  And don’t judge your interactions.  Ask questions and wait for the answers, don’t be just thinking of yourself and what you want to say next.  A lot of Entrainment is focusing on others,  instead of yourself.  And it’s freaking refreshing to do once you get used to it.  Here’s something else to think about – a HUGE accessory that we have come so connected to that is trumping Entrainment on a ridiculously regular basis.  So I’m going to say it, and just straight on address it.

FOR GOD’S SAKE GET OFF OF YOUR GOD DAMN TABLET, IPHONE, FACEBOOK ETC.

And yes, I’m yelling.  And yes, I do it too, but I’m doing better.  Alex still plays Playstation, just not ALL THE TIME.  When you DISCONNECT and instead ENTRAIN a funny thing happens, the more you disconnect from technology and connect with people, the less you miss technology.  I’ve started having Phone Free Sundays and it’s refreshing.  Liberating.  And I’m not here to judge ANYONE, I’m just here to say there is a different way.  If everyone in your family is in separate rooms all of the time on devices, or just as bad, all in the same room, but on devices – there are opportunities for Entrainment that are just passing you by.  So PUT DOWN YOUR DEVICES and Interact with your family.  Even if it’s just to all put your attention towards something – like a TV show you all watch together every week, start there.  Then try having a conversation about it.  A big part of Entrainment is REPETITION.  There is a time and a place for everything, the time for devices is not ALL OF THE TIME.  Put that shit DOWN!  Disconnect SO you can Engage.  In person.  Personally.  An interesting thing that happens is you may learn something new about the person you are interacting with, or about the topic around which you are interacting.  Or about yourself.  Either way, it’s spending time together and that’s a WIN/WIN, a win for you, and a win for the other person, then a collective win too.  Pretty Awesome.

Do you have an entrainment story you would like to add that works for you?  If so please share it in the comments.

South Congress Cafe – Lunch, Tarot and Scouting Restarurants

Friday I spent the day with fellow Traveling Psychic Supper Club member Susan Hansson – an amazingly gifted Tarot card reader, author of 3 books on Tarot and Intuitive formerly from the East Coast. In fact, I think she moved here to become a part of our group…Stranger things have definitely happened… We ducked in and out of boutiques and vintage stores on South Congress – no, I will NEVER call it SO-CO…

And landed in South Congress Cafe.

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One of the great things about Susan, is if you are having a conversation, and have a question, she’ll say, “Well, let’s ask the cards.” So we did. Right there in the middle of South Congress Cafe.  She’s also available for persona readings, you can find her website below.

First, let me say, a couple of years ago this would have been unheard of for me. I’ve never really connected with Tarot, until meeting Susan.  Her style of reading is so wonderfully casual, it’s not like anything I’ve ever experienced before. Her style, is of course just like her. Easy to talk to. Positive. And always RIGHT ON THE MONEY. She gave me a wonderful gift of the Palladini Deck and Book set, which literally she wrote the book for.  Click the image to check it out on Amazon…it’s got a nice little chunk of the book there.  It’s out of stock at that location, but you can get the whole set here:

http://www.amazon.com/Palladini-Tarot-Deck-With-Book/dp/0880799986

 

I’m so thankful for the gift because I wouldn’t have ever bought my own deck, because like I said, I’ve never really had an interest in Tarot. But Susan did a great job of showing me how to consult the deck, I was intrigued.  It’s not this big thing, like I thought.  It’s not what you think at all.  No incense.  No scarves draped over lamps.  No need for fanciness.  KNOWING Susan I let go of all those stereotypes.  Shes’ a regular person, like the rest of us in the Supper Club.  Click the pic or the link below to go straight to her website.  🙂

http://susanhansson.com/

Tarot is easy.  Just a simple question, and an answer.  It can be a full reading or a single card pull.  I’d always steered clear of Tarot because I thought it was complicated.  It’s not.  And it’s for everyone who wants to use it, it’s just another tool.

SO anyway, she pulled out the cards and read them in the restaurant!  What a fun time.

Lots of people looking over, interested, or distracted…whatever you want to call it, I was totally into the reading, Susan was the  one that noticed what was going on around us…Back to the reading- it showed exactly what I thought it would, and introduced some new thoughts that were on the outside of my mind.  That’s one of the great things about the cards, they confirm and affirm, but also shed light on the outer edges of your thoughts.  Susan was the reader, but I weighed in as well.  We came to conclusions together.  It was perfect.   She sees things in the individual cards – and since she wrote the book, is very knowledgable of each and every one.  It’s really fascinating, and enlightening her take on every card, and it’s different every time, depending on the cards around that specific card.  Like I said, I’m still learning.  But I have an amazing mentor and teacher – and best of all friend.

And for any of y’all that notice the double Page of Pentacles – there’s a funny story as to why there are two in Susan’s specific personal deck.  the regular deck only has one of each card.  But for this specific reading, I’ll take a Double Page of Pentacles.  OH YEA!!

Oh, btw, the Crab Cakes at South Congress Cafe are delicious.  We also had the Seared Tuna Salad which was tasty as well.  If you’re over on South Congress – stop in for a Crab Cake, you’ll be glad you did!  Click the crab cake pic below to check out their website and menu…If you’ve eaten there’s what’s your favorite dish?  Anyway, happy Sunday, we’re off to the river…again!

 

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Art on the EAST Side – Get out there Austin!

Going on this weekend and next – the EAST SIDE STUDIO TOUR.  If you haven’t been, GO.  Go right now.  Artists in East Austin open their studio doors to the public in this great event.  This is a wonderful opportunity to see art, visit with the artists, BUY art – pretty cheap I might add, and eat great food.  How much more can I tell you?  What more do you need to hear?  Why haven’t you left yet?

OK, IF THIS DOESN’T GET YOU OUT TO EAST, I DON’T KNOW WHAT WILL.  

FREE RIDES ON THE MOUSTACHE SEE-SAW at RAD – STOP # 131-137 at 618 Tillery.

 

It’s a little blurry, but you get the idea.  My daughter and I having a great time.  

There’s also a swing there that’s pretty cool.  

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