Attachments come in a multitude of sizes, energies, and so on. Some we may benefit from, such as the attachment (clasp) on the back of one’s bra. Ol’ boulder holder wouldn’t hoist those boobies up if it weren’t for that clasp! But, attachments can really suck and drain us if we aren’t observant of our minds and that to which they cling.
Many of us have an attachment to physical items, such as caffeine (GUILTY!!), chocolate (GUILTY), and _________________________ (fill in the blank with that thing you get way cranky about when it’s not around). One of my other physical attachments is to the gym. I morph into a snarling hag if I miss my exercise. Continue reading “Attachments: Part Uno”
Today someone inquired as to how I handle skeptics. Why, I smite them about the head and shoulders with a frying pan! Ba Ha! Nay, I don’t smite anyone except my husband (playfully) now that I am a grown woman and no longer live with my brothers. They got smited! And but good! With my shoes! But that is another story.
As you may suspect, not everyone believes that I truly have the skills that I claim: to read energy and wisely advise clients about their issues, talk to “dead” people and animals, converse with animals, and similar assorted activities. That is ok. Really, it is! My belief is this: It takes all kinds of people to make the world go around. How dull it would be everyone thought and acted like I do. Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion.
Continue reading ““How Do You Deal with Skeptics?” Indeed, How Do I?”