Good vibes please
Cheshire, no, it's definitely mine. Lots of things have accumulated over the past couple months. I've done enough work that I'm able to differentiate what's mine and what's others. Thank you though.
I haven't felt depressed in a long time, but it's been hitting me these past couple weeks. I'm depressed, stressed, anxious, lonely. I've been having a lot of crying moments.
If anyone is able to send me loving, healing, good vibes I'd greatly appreciate it.
Sometimes, my intuition can be helpful. Other times, it's pointless. But it gives me a good laugh.
There was a raffle at my job. Donate $10 for a charity run, and get raffle tickets to win $100 worth of scratch tickets. I entered, not expecting to win anything. But I did try to remain positive and send my intentions of winning out into the universe. When one day the universe responded with a flash of one of my co-workers. 'Ugh, I hope he's not going to win them.' Well, sure enough, he did!
Not sure why it decided to kick in at that moment, but it was funny nonetheless.
Anyone else have useless intuition moments like this?
I was watching a YouTube video on this, and she suggested to write 3 wishes down on a piece of paper, put it in a balloon, and release it. This is not environmentally friendly, so I wanted to know what others think would be a good idea. Would burning the paper and letting the smoke go up work? Thanks guys
Earlier this week I tried to use an Oracle deck to help guide me through the day. Nothing was falling out, and I gave up. I turned the deck over, and I had horse looking at me. "Well, what do you have to say, horse?" The booklet stated she represents the cycle of life, birth and death.
I found that funny because I had been sterilized in April, and had gotten the confirmation test done in Tuesday that I was in fact sterile (I wanted this to happen!), so I knew the card wasn't referencing birth.
Welp, the cycle of life has certainly kicked my ass these past couple days. Thursday I was attending to some vines growing in my bushes (trying to kill them with root killer) when I glanced up and noticed a squirrel lying on the ground, staring at me. Then I noticed she was breathing. I called a few wildlife rehab numbers, but they were all closed. So I grabbed a towel and moved her into a travel cage I have for my ferrets. My neighbor has an outdoor cat that I did not want getting to the squirrel. I gave her some water, and put a dish with some berries and nuts next to her. The next morning when I checked on her, I found that she had passed during the night, from what I presumed were internal injuries, as she looked completely healthy on the outside.
Last night my eldest ferret, Lexi, was having difficulty walking. I thought she was having a low blood sugar (insulinoma is common in older ferrets). I gave her some liquid food, she had some, went back to sleep. Checked on her 15 minutes later, force fed her some high sugar treat, she went back to bed. I checked on her an hour later, and she was cold. At first I thought she had died, but she was alive, but not doing well at all. I warmed her up, and I noticed she was very bloated. Called the vet ER, and I rushed her in. I ended up having to put her to sleep. The presumption was that a tumor was growing near her bowel, which had blocked it, and in pain she aspirated air into the stomach. She was in a lot of pain, so I knew I did the right thing.
I'm going to miss her, and I feel sad about her and the squirrel. So I guess the oracle card had given me a heads up. I hope that's all it had to say, because I don't want to take any more death! DIP (dook in peace) my little Lexi Lady.
I read about this a couple hours ago. Here's a link:http://m.wlwt.com/news/police-responding-incident-at-cincinnati-zoo/39773436
A gorilla was shot and killed at a zoo when a 4 year old boy climbed into the enclosure. I'm upset that the mother didn't do her job. I'm upset that yet another beautiful creature has lost its life because of human stupidity (RE: Cecil the Lion, Yellowstone bison calf) I almost feel that I should sacrifice myself to try to make up for these (I won't).
Instead of me sitting here bawling, is there a ritual I can do to offer my condolences to the animal kingdom? My heart is so heavy for these atrocities. I need to do something on a spiritual level. I know I'm tapping into grief felt by many people for this. It's just so sad.
It definitely changed from him. I was thinking about his boss, who is an all around unpleasant person, and maybe he has picked up the negativity from his boss, and that's why he's changed. I'm beginning to think it wasn't a warning. That it's more of just a sense of where his mindset is and, unfortunately, where he's going.
I was getting weird vibes from a co-worker for a couple months now. We don't directly work together, but he's in and around the department I work in. This morning I had a road rage incident on the street that I work on. Turns out it was him! I'm wondering, were my feelings a premonition that this would happen? Or maybe his aura changed which I sensed, which helped this incident to come to fruition. Thoughts? Experiences?
The difference, I think, between emo's and empaths, is attitude. Emo's are very wrapped up in themselves and their feelings. They have a pessimistic view of humanity and the world. Empaths are able to understand other people's emotions, and generally have the want to help people. We also have a better understanding of the nature of people and their actions.
Are emo's empaths? Sure! They probably haven't realized it yet and are stewing in everyone's emotions, not realizing all they've picked up. Are all emo's empaths? Nah. Some people just enjoy being miserable, or the black sheep, or 'realistic.'
Make sure you cleanse yourself! Dealing with teens can certainly be taxing!
Never thought of asking guides to help keep me on track, although I've never contacted them! I'm definitely going to need to get a communication line going. I try to shop when it's least busy, and I'm in and out of there QUICK. Luckily I can't hear other people's thoughts, I just get a general anxiety and need to hurry up. Sometimes I do a little bit here and there, but other times I like to dive right in, but maybe I'm feeling overwhelmed with all the stuff I need to do, thinking it all needs to be done right now. Thanks!
I've been in a lazy slump for a little over a month now. I don't know how to get out of it! This weekend was gorgeous out, and instead I just slept. It could be depression, but I'm not really feeling sad per-se, just profound tiredness and laziness. I know I should cleanse myself, but I look at the sage and think, ugh, that's too much work.
There's a lot that I need and want to do, even simple things like going to the grocery store and picking up some salad. I just don't want to. I ran out of some vitamins earlier this week. Still no intention of buying more. Even showering is a long process I've been avoiding, going the whole work week not doing it.
I just don't know how to get myself out of this slump! I need suggestions!
This sounds EXACTLY like my co-worker! He's gay, from Columbia, and being from there he had a rough go of it, hence why he moved to the states. He has great qualities, then he has horrible qualities. His ego is incredibly huge, and he thinks people do things on purpose to upset him, because that's what he does. I determined he is not worth the daily fluctuations of intense emotions. When he's mad at you, you KNOW if. He's extremely abusive with his emotions, and is verbally abusive to people. He's a psychic vampire and feels good when he has power over other people's emotions, I.e. making them feel bad. He's a control freak, and even goes so far as to control what work fellow employees work on, even though he had no authority over it. He threatened to beat me up once (said he didn't care if he went to jail. I'm female). Essentially he's a child who, like you said, throws tantrums if, God forbid, someone upsets him. There's no winning with someone whose ego is so large, they think they are God.
I've felt that way! I absolutely love thunderstorms because of the electric buzz you feel when they come through. I love the rain as well, and enjoy going outside for walks in them. The amount of draw I feel to go outside in the rain depends. Rain helps cleanse away negative energies so when I'm feeling extra stress, I want to go outside and wash it away. I never did this consciously, it was always just a natural 'want.' The sound, the coolness. It's very invigorating to me.
I took a 101 Crystal course and while there, we were told to pick out a crystal that called to us. Then we all sat down and placed it in our left hands while we grounded ourselves. I felt nothing. I bought the crystal anyway because it was calling me. When at home, I sat down, held it in my left hand, then placed my right hand over it. THAT'S when I felt it! I got tingles in my hands. It's the same tingle I get when getting a tarot reading or working with a fellow empath. It's pretty cool!
YES! This week has been terrible. My co-workers have been driving me up the wall about my personal choices (they gave me grief for recycling!!!! Amongst other things) and every time I drive there's been some asshole purposely being an inconsiderate driver. This is all causing me to be negative and angry. I've not been able to let things go. I'm a Libra so I was hoping it was just the mercury retrograde doing its' thing, causing me to feel this way.
I have never really sat down and tried meditating, but am highly interested in learning.
My question is, can you heal physical scars through meditation? I know Buddhist monks can meditate and cause their bodies to heat up. However, I'm not planning at getting THAT intense any time soon.
Has anyone tried to physically heal themselves through meditation? If so how would you go about it?
My idea for the scars is to imagine skin cells growing and essentially refinishing those areas.
My co-worker is the same exact way. It is very difficult to not feel it. My co-worker is definitely an empath, he just doesn't know there's a name for it! I'm learning to recognize my feelings apart from everyone else's. When I know it's someone else's, I say out loud, 'that's not mine' and *poof* the emotion is gone. I also ground myself a lot while at work and I visualize negative energy being soaked up into mother earth to be recycled into positive energy. Washing my hands and visualizing the same thing also helps on highly emotional days.
I'm highly sensitive to OTC drugs. I feel that whatever I'm given, it will make me sleepy. I hated taking medicine as a kid, and avoid it as much as possible as an adult, except when the period cramps are unbearable! I stick to Tylenol. I had brain surgery and was given morphine, that kicked my ass. I couldn't understand why people want to use that drug, I was so nauseated, the thought of eating made me vomit.
I tried Molly and we'd, both made me just want to sleep. Molly had a horrific side effect of horrible depression and suicide (it's rare, but it is a side effect). Definitely don't want to go that route again.
Alcohol doesn't have much of a side effect, but I really don't drink much and not to excess. I enjoy a glass of wine with fancy cheese every now and again. I get a slight buzz and that's about it.