Forum Activity for @ecila

Ecila
@ecila
05/30/16 05:39:10PM
898 posts

My crystals are lifeless


Tools for Empaths

I also use salt and full moon, although I'm not a big crystal person except for the hemetite and jasper I always wear...and a bowl of assorted ones I keep on an altar or sorts. The lady at underground classroom might give you some more info. She talks a lot about crystals and I recall her using rosemary and sonic methods for cleansing. She's also very good at answering questions if you message her.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_324ACZ7TKXXmsnqOX82JNJKnWj2YdIt

Ecila
@ecila
04/06/16 01:21:47PM
898 posts

Pretenders


Dreams

Yea, Robin, I feel that often with people. I usually try to quit talking as quickly as possible or turn the topic back around to the other person. People like to talk about themselves.... That cataract surgery seems to indicate "better vision" on your part. Maybe you inherited some of your spidey senses from your granny:)

Just a side note...my had had cataract surgery in May. He never is interested in what I'm saying...LOL. I've learned to see through him these last several years.

Ecila
@ecila
03/22/16 10:07:26AM
898 posts

A visit from a golden fairy.


Psychic and Paranormal

It was great to see you post! I had been wondering how you were doing....I hope that beautiful little fairy brings you lots of good tidings. Maybe they get sun-kissed golden when they go to Australia:)

Ecila
@ecila
03/21/16 09:05:22PM
898 posts

A visit from a golden fairy.


Psychic and Paranormal

Oh how cool is that! It is my understanding that they are nature spirits and at least some of them are like elementals. I have seen one a couple of times during meditations and dreams with bright green eyes and dark hair. She felt like a nature spirit to me for several reasons that I won't go into. I do believe that animals can see often or usually see them.

One common story is that they are supernatural beings of old that were driven back into the countryside by invading humans. It is believed that the Irish and Scottish immigrants brought them with them to the Appalachians where I'm from. Some Irish families (ones with the Mac prefix) are thought to have a certain type of fairy (banshees) attached to them and I do believe that my family has something like that. Fairies are thought to have magical powers, are between this world and another, can be mischievous.

I've never heard of a golden one but can only think that is a very good thing to have been visited by her! Maybe you are being reminded of magic in your life. You can put out an offering for your fairy or sweet cakes or bread, honey or milk. They also are supposed to like beautiful, shiny things. Do you have any Irish or Scottish in you?

Ecila
@ecila
02/25/16 11:22:49PM
898 posts

Those Faces


Dreams

Interesting page about seeing faces before sleep below.

http://en.allexperts.com/q/Psychiatry-Psychology-General-1009/f/Seeing-faces-close-eyes.htm

Ecila
@ecila
02/24/16 08:42:01PM
898 posts

Empath or Profiler?


Empath

I haven't read this whole thread so sorry if this has been mentioned, but if you can stand bloody shows, the Hannibal TV series did have an empathic profiler. I couldn't resist mentioning this...I loved the show! I can see how being empathic could make for a great profiler, but what we think of as a true empath would involve more on an energetic level.

Ecila
@ecila
02/24/16 07:40:26PM
898 posts

1247, and numerology


Empath

Premonitions aren't always easy to interpret. One good rule of thumb is "if your motivations are pure and based on love" then any action based on a perceived premonition should have a good outcome. If the motivation is greed, lust, anger, fear, etc, what would follow might not be so good.

Repetitive numbers like 111 often seem to be trying to grab our attention, at least in dreams. I don't know what 1247 would mean specifically, but it could have special meaning for you.

Ecila
@ecila
02/24/16 11:54:04AM
898 posts

Those Faces


Dreams

Going off meds can affect your dreams for quite a long time, depending on how long you've been taking them. That's a purely physiological response that will pass, if that's all there is to it. Sleep meds will prevent you from dreaming or remembering dreams while you are taking them.

Ecila
@ecila
02/24/16 11:02:30AM
898 posts

Those Faces


Dreams

The Buddhist attitude towards beings of this kind are that they are just other kinds of sentient beings in the 6 realms full of afflictions and suffering just like us humans. The method is to just spread compassion and wisdom to them through one's own observance of precepts and the practice of metta meditation. If one's intention is sincere enough, those beings will recognize that annoying other people would only make their kamma worse and worse and cause more suffering to themselves.
I also agree with Bing and think that the archangels are helpful as well as smudging. Reading the Bible at night, or suttas, before bed can help.
The images could also be a creation of your own making from the annoyances in your life but that's not to say they haven't become/are real.

Make yourself at home.
Ecila
@ecila
02/19/16 07:15:42AM
898 posts

Nightly Activity


Psychic and Paranormal

Since you have a history of strokes, you might want to check in with a neurologist just to rule out anything organic. I have no idea what that could be but try not to worry. You will get it all figured out soon I hope.

Ecila
@ecila
02/18/16 05:17:23PM
898 posts

Nightly Activity


Psychic and Paranormal

I just wanted to mention that some drugs can cause the movement you describe just in case there are drugs in the picture. When I took Ambian I could make anything move at will. It was entertaining making chess pieces move on the chess board...also LSD, meth, cocaine, mushrooms, THC (and probably others I haven't had experience with) will make things move and sway in the fashion you describe. Drugs can also cause a variety of hallucinations including seeing beings from other dimensions (some can seem very real...and maybe they are...) and different auditory occurrences. Obviously if drugs are part of the scene, you would want to cut those out to see if that is the cause.

High levels of stress could also be an issue.

How long has then been going on? Was there an even that precipitated these occurrences?

Ecila
@ecila
02/15/16 02:16:29PM
898 posts



I think you are an artist! Lovely drawings.


updated by @ecila: 07/18/17 03:49:27AM
Ecila
@ecila
02/13/16 12:30:06PM
898 posts

Bonded to a guy with a tattoo on his forehead?


Dreams

The fairground could be your longing for adventure and to experience something. It is also a world apart from the outside world, and the dream is communicating to you a certain individuality here, also in the tattoo and your feeling like other won't understand.

The tattoo is very interesting but I'm not sure exactly what it looked like. Maybe you can glean something more from it if you draw it and meditate on it a while. It could be a sign of your individuality -unconventional expression -and brings attention to your uniqueness and a desire for respect. Since tattoos are permanent, this is a symbol for something that is lasting and durable.

With purple you have a combo of red for blood and 'heart' and blue for soul or a representation of mental passion.It can also represent an internal harmony and more self-knowledge.

The guy could be a merely a longing, or he could be a part of yourself that you are merging within your psyche. I feel like it is a little of both.

With the documents, again you have a kind ofpermanentcommunication like with the tattoo. It could be your need for something concrete and dependable, but overall, the dream feels like you are quite an individual and will do fine without that other person in your life. I think when you find him he will be unique and deserving of you. Don't stress over the ones who don't appreciate you. You don't need them around anyways.

Hope that helped a little. I feel there is more to this dream than I am touching on but maybe these few comments will give you some ideas.

Ecila
@ecila
01/27/16 03:44:00PM
898 posts

Empaths & Hoarders - is there a connection?


Empath

You have a point there. Thinking about cleaning is depressing!

Ecila
@ecila
01/27/16 09:08:30AM
898 posts

Empaths & Hoarders - is there a connection?


Empath

Something I ran across today. There's a mood monitor at this place....

Tidying Up.


Oh, I have the soul of a minimalist, but the habits and outlook of a hoarder.
My house is cluttered; strewn and littered with papers, miscellanea, objects trouv; I like to think it's the sign of a creative mind with many interests...
When I am well, this clutter amuses me, or at least does not bother me enough to do more than occasionally tidy up. Just sometimes I will decide that enough is enough and declutter using Marie Kondo's excellent methodology from her bookThe Life Changing Magic of Tidying(I'll come back to that later).
When I'm ill however, then all this clutter is just one more reminder, or rather ten thousand individual reminders, of what a useless person I am. I am messy, untidy, cluttered and unclean. It's as if the disordered state of my home reflects the disorder and dysfunctionality of my mind and I desire nothing more than to make a clean sweep.
And this is where I have some hard won advice for you all.
Never, but never, declutter when you're depressed!
The reason for this is very simple and where I come back to Marie Kondo.
The basis of her philosophy is simple in the extreme. Only keep those items which bring you joy, or which you may not dispose of for legal or practical reasons. You may be sure that my tax records for the past seven years do not bring me joy, but I am required to keep them for that long.
It's easy to know if an item brings you joy: you look at it or touch it, and listen to your feelings.
When you're keeping things "just in case" then the emotion attached to those items is a sort of low grade anxiety. When you're keeping something because "It was a gift and I feel I can't get rid of it," then the feeling is one of nebulous guilt. Books you "ought" to have on your bookshelves ooze tension and that dress you bought in the sale because "it was a bargain," but which you've never worn, emits shame.
None of these items actually have a place in our lives or our homes and yes, they should go, so that we are left only with those possessions that bring us joy.
So why not do this when depressed? Surely it would make us feel better.
Because when we are depressed, even if we have the energy to declutter, we cannot feel our emotions accurately. We are often unable to distinguish the joy.
I have decluttered when well, and decluttered (twice) when ill. I have never missed one item I discarded when well. But I have made emotional (and financial) costly mistakes when decluttering while ill.
So live with the mess if you're ill at present. Wait until you're really well and you can feel properly again. And then look up Marie Kondo. You'll be glad you did.
Mary
A Moodscope member.

Ecila
@ecila
01/19/16 02:10:13PM
898 posts

Can't walk away


Empath

A frightening description of an aging narcissist:

Ecila
@ecila
01/19/16 09:05:33AM
898 posts

Can't walk away


Empath

I'm glad to hear he isn't living with you. I thought he was. At least you have your space and distance so that you have more control over encounters. He's probably lonely but too hateful and proud to admit it.

Ecila
@ecila
01/14/16 03:19:48PM
898 posts

My first smudging was very eventful.


Psychic and Paranormal

If you felt any fear, he could have picked up on that. . . but dogs are sensitive to energies and usually don't like them, like cats, who don't seem to mind.

Ecila
@ecila
01/10/16 10:28:49AM
898 posts

Dreaming of Cruise Ships


Dreams

The dream shows you that you are literally waiting for your ship to come in! I agree with Bill...go for it! The different ships could be different opportunities that are passing you by or yet to come...or books. Good luck:)

Ecila
@ecila
01/09/16 01:34:11PM
898 posts

Empaths & Hoarders - is there a connection?


Empath

Me too. That's part of the problem. All the stuff could come in handy someday. It really isn't worth the annoyance, tho.

Ecila
@ecila
01/08/16 09:51:13PM
898 posts

What do you do if you know things but no one believes you?


Library of Light

By writing you are already finding a way to ground some of your thoughts, and you are a good writer, so maybe do lots more of that while all those thoughts are coming into your head. Those episodes might not last, so write down what you have now. It's easy to self-publish these days...you could start a book. Spiritual insights won't keep coming if they aren't somehow grounded and there can be a real danger on many paths of advancing too quickly. Grounding it all will keep you balanced. If you are doing lots of meditation, you probably should slow down or stop for a while. Just do some normal things for a while like go out with some friends, out to eat, walk in the park, movies, go to the gym, baths in epsom salts...take a break. People probably won't understand so be careful what you share. Take it easy:)

Ecila
@ecila
01/08/16 11:31:24AM
898 posts

Empaths & Hoarders - is there a connection?


Empath

My mom is the clean and neat hoarder and dad the sloppy one. I guess I'm somewhere in between, but I put my clutter out of sight like in a spare room or closet. I can't stand to look at it. Dad's been cutting off plastic jugs and bottles and saving them to use as flower pots for spring gardening and it drives me mad.

Reading up on Feng Shui and the thought of stagnant energy helped me get the motivation to let things go.

Ecila
@ecila
01/07/16 03:33:39PM
898 posts

Empaths & Hoarders - is there a connection?


Empath

Haha...I had a four story house packed with stuff. The basement was all good stuff, imo, like building supplies, albums I've had since I was 15, CDs, VCR tapes and cassettes, children's games and a killer stereo with all the components including an equilizer and turntable. The first floor was loaded with books, memorabilia and kitchen stuff including a ton of cook books and herbs and vitamins. Second floor was cosmetics type stuff and clothes...OMG the clothes from thrift stores...I lost weight...gained weight...lost weight...so I had clothes form size 2 - 12 and didn't want to throw them away...halloween costumes from years back and my son's uniforms from every activity he was ever in. Fourth floor was a giant telescope all sorts of miscellaneous goodies. Then there was the stuff outside like the garden bridge, swing, contrect zen pagoda, water fountain, trellises, various garden stones and nicnacks and windchimes........I couldn't part with any of it, although it wasn't really hoarding like on tv, there was a lot of stuff.

I had to move to stay with my dad and just left the place. My OCD/histronic mom took it over and threw away a lot of it and packed the rest up. I had told her not to but she did it anyways. It was traumatic for me to go back and all my stuff be gone...of course it didn't happen quickly, although she did do a lot more quickly than you'd think. It felt like she was doing away with my very self...and I think in a way she was. But, now that it's gone, I do feel lighter in a way. Some of it is still in storage and I'll have to go through it soon. I don't know that I could have ever done it like my mother did. There was also a water leak that destroyed my albums or I never would have parted with them...and I had a lot!

I'm trying to use the Buddhist monk model...lol...I really don't need all that stuff to be me. We can't keep anything, really,nothing belongs to us forever. We/I have to let go. It is hard and I think I'm still suffering a little from a loss of identity from the separation of me and my junk/house/then my dog and cat died and my son got a girlfriend.......What is it that makes us who we are? It isn't the stuff....Sorry I'm rambling...but yes, I think I suffer similarly. And I miss my stuff.

The house finally has a contract on it and will be sold in a few weeks. I regret it in a way but in another way, I know it was too much for me to keep, and the memories were to much as well. Still, I feel a pain with the fear of loosing those memories.

Edit::: When I cleaned out the letter boxes, it was terribly emotional. I moved some of them here with me into this house. Then I put them in the trunk of my car and carried them around a long time, not being able to actually put them into the dump. I finally did after many months of shuffling them around in my car.

Ecila
@ecila
01/06/16 04:33:56PM
898 posts

No one likes me at my job


Empath

If you think they might fire you, looking for another job asap would be a good idea. It is much easier to get a job while you already have one.

Ecila
@ecila
01/06/16 04:18:34PM
898 posts

Can't walk away


Empath

They are sending him home with you after he threatened your son's life?

A part of a neglected child will always want their parents to be like real parents. We keep trying to get the approval that we never had. We have been trained to be the one who takes all the crap...The sad thing is that we will never get it from the parents. We can only learn to approve of ourselves.

Your responsibility is more to your children than your mean, perverted father, no matter what feelings you have for him, as kind-hearted as they are. Sorry for being blunt but the thought of children being around such a monster (even though I'm sure he isn't all bad) brings bad memories.

The mean ones seem to live a long time, too. He could still be kicking when he's 90. I hope you can find a place for him to go so that you can begin to claim your life and before he does any more damage.

Ecila
@ecila
01/06/16 09:30:58AM
898 posts

Not my poem but felt so close to it I wanted to share.


Arts

That's really nice. Was the writer anyone we'd know?

Ecila
@ecila
12/21/15 07:44:38AM
898 posts



I think you did the only thing you could do as far as not talking to a drunk. That's a waste of time and can really grate on your nerves. The choice wording of "after your dad is on the other side" was not the best and your friend wasn't ready to hear that (although I understand where you were coming from). At this point, I hope there can be forgiveness all around and your friend will get help for his alcoholism and dealing with his father's death. Now that the father is gone, it still probably won't be easy to talk to him if he stays drunk.


updated by @ecila: 01/13/17 01:28:56PM
Ecila
@ecila
12/16/15 02:44:18PM
898 posts

Being an Empath and a mother of a meth addict


Empath

I'm so sorry for you pain Rene. I hope you have someone to help you with the babies. Meth is a very selfish drug. I know it seems like you son only loves the dope but with most addicts, they really do love other people. They just can't show it. It is a very strong addiction that takes over all actions. It's themselves who addicts do not love.

As hard as it is for you, I hope there is some solace in knowing that you are an angel for your grandchild and you will be blessed for being there for her. I also hope your son will get the help he needs.

All the best wishes to you.

Ecila
@ecila
12/12/15 04:47:12PM
898 posts

Dream Within a dream


Dreams

Oh that's such a pleasant thought Bill! It would be just like my cat to be so reasonable and calm. Thanks so much for that:)

Ecila
@ecila
12/11/15 09:28:12AM
898 posts

Dream Within a dream


Dreams

Thank you! I've learned a lot from you already, too.

I have cut cords with the ex, finally, and I had to forgive him..a lot. I try to only speak well of him and put up a photo of him with my son on the bookshelf. (It's a kind of ancestor shrine and seems to have been effective) It took a loooong time to get him out of my dreams. There were lots of issues and he died a sudden, traumatic death. I know he was coming back for some kind of closure...had some really strange dreams with him. In one of them I was with him when the car crashed. It was like he was showing me what happened and I had the feeling he was reliving the event trying to come to terms with it. When the dreams finally came near an end, I had one of him going into a great light and felt his fear and dissolution from this realm...very strange.

I'm not worried if no one replies to my posts...really. It helps sometimes just to have a place to share things and sometimes I'm just babbling. Times when I really need help have been overwhelmingly supported on this forum and I will always be grateful.

Hope you feel better! Get some rest:)

Ecila
@ecila
12/11/15 08:22:10AM
898 posts

Dream Within a dream


Dreams

Thanks so much for that Fancy Girl. I was starting to get the "nobody likes my post" syndrome we've been talking about..lol. I think you are right about the cat (and all of it really). It was so odd to feel him so clearly. Have you ever felt anything in a dream? I've smelled things before (the last time being my dog who is also passed).

The next day, my realtor told me about the buyers trying to back out of the deal. They also were saying some things that weren't true about the house...long story there...but the Buddhist folks were definitely telling me the truth when they said not to trust. Things have settled down now with the house and the dreams have stopped.

I hate it when I dream of the ex, also deceased. He doesn't show up too often these days but used to be a real problem.

You have a wonderful holiday yourself!!!

Ecila
@ecila
12/09/15 08:07:39AM
898 posts



I'm so happy to hear that! Don't forget the baths with epsom salts (lavendar, eucalyptus, etc. too). The salt will help tired muscles, the herbs help nerves and lots more, and they all work on the energy system. Salt is very helpful in clearing out any energies you have collected. Great job!

Ecila
@ecila
12/08/15 07:44:37PM
898 posts



As a CNA, it's highly likely that you are a very compassionate person who care deeply about people. In my book that is the best of all traits and you deserve lots and lots of credit already. You are helping people now and your concern for doing a good job and not making mistakes only shows how committed you are and I have no doubt that you are going to be excellent at this job. You've just started and some anxiety is normal and probably even a good thing. It will get easier and you will develop more confidence. The night shift will take getting used to as well..so just be patient with the job and with yourself. CNAs are in high demand so I wouldn't worry too much about loosing your job. You can find another one if need be. You are there to help people so just focus on the helping and that you are doing something that is very noble...something to be very proud of doing. Even if you make a mistake, you will learn from it and go on. Get as much rest as possible and be good to yourself. Long baths with epsom salts on a daily basis is my #1 recommendation:) Do the best you can and that will be good enough. That's all anyone can do.

Oh, and crystals and pendants can be helpful as Kaitlyn mentioned. Choose one that makes you feel good. I wore a heart shaped obsidian for a while to remind me that I love myself (and others) even if no one else does. I keep it on a hemitite beaded chain for grounding. The mental reminder of love and grounding alone is helpful. For self esteem perhaps you could find an item that reminds you of strength or something similar. It could be as simple as a nail in your pocket! Every time you put your hand in your pocket tell yourself that you are strong....for example.

Also before you go to sleep find something to focus on that is strengthening. Phrases, like mantras, can work wonders when repeated while falling asleep. It works on your subconscious. Make one in the affirmative, like "I am strong and confident" and feel what the words mean as you doze off. Repeat the phrase 40 times or more as you doze off for a week and see if it doesn't help.

Best of luck to you:)

Ecila
@ecila
12/08/15 03:35:42PM
898 posts

Dream Within a dream


Dreams

This tops as one of the most bizarre dreams I've ever had. Last night I had a dream within a dream. I can't remember all of it because I had another bizarre dream after it. I do recall feeling a cat's fur. At first I wasn't sure if it was a cat but was thinking that I was dreaming that I was petting a cat. I thought how odd that I can feel something so vividly in a dream...So I dreamed that I was dreaming of petting a cat. The fur feeling became more and more tactile and then I knew that I was petting my cat who died last year and I began to make him out in my vision. Then I was telling him, telepathically or verbally, that I loved him. He seemed okay.

The other part of the dream that I don't really remember had my ex in it. It was unpleasant in some way and I came out of the dream state. I do remember that I had a hard time coming out of it and it felt like two layers of whatever it is to get through to come back to the awaken state. I did wake up but not long enough to write it all down before I went back to sleep and had a horrible dream about guys doing too much work on my house (It is under contract now and the buyers want a lot of repairs that are stressing me out). They were taking my house apart. Two people I met at the Buddhist monastery were there telling me to watch out for those guys. Then my son was in the basement with a fire going. He looked just like me from behind (when I was younger with long curly hair). I started going around picking up pieces of wood to help his fire.

I'm not sure if they are related. The last one could just by my worry about the house situation. I think the fire is a good sign. The first one was just so weird!! I don't think I ever even remember feeling anything in a dream before. Any thoughts? Just wanted to share the strangeness of the night:)

And I do love the poem by Edgar Allen Poe but haven't been reading it lately...Oh my god...I have been thinking about how so many things seem to have passed away over the last decade of my life, which is what this poem is about...I've lost so much, people, pets, and now my house. I just realized that as I pasted this...and my old cat lived most all his life in the house I'm selling. I also got him from my ex.

Take this kiss upon the brow!
And, in parting from you now,
Thus much let me avow
You are not wrong, who deem
That my days have been a dream;
Yet if hope has flown away
In a night, or in a day,
In a vision, or in none,
Is it therefore the less gone?
All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream.
I stand amid the roar
Of a surf-tormented shore,
And I hold within my hand
Grains of the golden sand
How few! yet how they creep
Through my fingers to the deep,
While I weep while I weep!
O God! Can I not grasp
Them with a tighter clasp?
O God! can I not save
One from the pitiless wave?
Is all that we see or seem
But a dream within a dream?

updated by @ecila: 03/02/17 07:48:01PM
Ecila
@ecila
12/07/15 05:36:22AM
898 posts

A word of advice to empaths


Empath

None of us is obligated to explain ourselves to other people and I don't see that as lying. There is some self-protection involved. Most will think you nuts and it can be wise to avoid that especially if you need to keep a job and associate with certain "normal" people who don't and never will understand. I've always reminded myself that it wasn't that long ago they killed people like us (considered witches and of the devil...LOL). It would be great to be able to freely talk about everything to everyone but I'm not comfortable with it and there have been times when I did say things only to be given the weird look, and felt and knew that I wasn't being taken seriously, even by my close family. Not a good feeling.

Ecila
@ecila
12/05/15 04:23:25PM
898 posts

A word of advice to empaths


Empath

".....to have the perception going around that we are crazy.." made me smile:) Yea, good advice to avoid that! It helps sometimes to gently make suggestions so that maybe they will come to the same conclusion while thinking they arrived at it by themselves. I never make claims to be psychic to anyone...and sometimes "the truth" can be so variable and elusive and subject to perceptions and the strange indefinable, questionable thing known as reality.

Ecila
@ecila
11/19/15 03:10:48PM
898 posts

New here...hoping for advice and maybe some friends:-)


Empath

The abilities didn't make you a good person! You are a good person without any abilities. In fact, the most important things like being kind to people and doing nice things for them can be done without any special abilities. When you feel like it, start trying to do those little things again and I think you will feel much better...but goodness you deserve to give yourself a break! You are included in the people who deserve kindness!! I believe that the angels, devas, whatever are there for people who are kind to others and for people when they really need them.

Ecila
@ecila
11/14/15 11:34:43AM
898 posts

Dreamed I ran a red light and caused a multi-car accident


Dreams

Nice breakdown by Fancy Girl! I think she nailed it.

Just remember, you only got a scratch, eventhough it may feel like a huge "wreck" at the moment. I hope you will feel better after you are away from them. They sound so terribly judgemental...yuck! Your parents will recognize you are the same wonderful person you always were. You don't need the church to tell you that or to accept you. I just can't believe you need a lawyer!

Ecila
@ecila
11/14/15 09:07:06AM
898 posts

Dreamed I ran a red light and caused a multi-car accident


Dreams

Wow...what kind of church is that? Scientology? I would run, not walk, away from that place. Maybe your dream is a symbol of you getting away as quickly as possible! As long as you weren't hurt in the wreck, it seems only a symbol of annoyances, although a big annoyance.Good luck:)

Ecila
@ecila
11/04/15 11:41:21AM
898 posts

Unknown


Psychic and Paranormal

You can do this: http://empathcommunity.eliselebeau.com/profiles/blogs/house-cleansing

Don't let your kids see you or they might get spooked. It would be prudent to not let them think there is anything to fear. Sometimes fear itself can make for strange events.

I don't think it is a demon or anything to fear since you are routinely inviting spirits into your home. It might be a good idea to not do that and ask them all to leave your space for the living while they go on to where they need to go. Tarot cards and other such activities can sometimes bring energies around. If you are going to do that kind of thing you will need to read up on working with the energies you invoke. If there is anything there, it probably doesn't even know it is doing something wrong. .You can let it know what you want to be done.

If there is no one in your home routinely who is of a very negative nature (like very hateful, selfish, cruel, addicted to drugs, depressed, mental illness, etc) you shouldn't have any problem solving this with a simple space cleansing.

Hope that helps:)

Ecila
@ecila
11/03/15 03:25:12PM
898 posts

Encountering resistance when trying to help people


Empath

Sometimes people have to go through a bad experience to learn from it. They have to go through the process of thinking it out. You can't do that for them and they will be offended if you try.

Ecila
@ecila
10/31/15 03:52:12PM
898 posts

Quantum Physics and Empaths


Empath

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKeR0U9t4y8

There's the link. Looking forward to listening. Thanks, Trevor!

Ecila
@ecila
10/31/15 03:12:23PM
898 posts

what did I see exactly?


Psychic and Paranormal

Buddhist would probably call that a nimitta. You can read more about it here: http://www.dhammatalks.net/Books/Ajahn_Brahm_The_Jhanas.htm
This seems kinda similar to what Bill is saying only more related to an internal mental object rather than something external, if I understand correctly...but then internal and external seem so interrelated...

Ecila
@ecila
10/30/15 11:58:32AM
898 posts

Searching for explanation


Empath

And like Water Lily was saying, meditation and trusting your feelings will give you more sensitivity. Suspending logical thought and letting the creative run free can be helpful. You will still come back to logic eventually.

Ecila
@ecila
10/30/15 11:35:53AM
898 posts

Searching for explanation


Empath

Hi Ellicent. Your working theory is similar to mine, that there could be something involved with time as we don't know it and some people are more sensitive to whatever it is, but I'm not totally committed to that thought. I also started out as a scientist, science degrees, worked in research lab, atheist...but had the strange experiences that forced me to wonder if there is something else going on. It was also the suicides that mostly caught my attention but there were lots of other small things.

I know nothing beyond the work in quantum that comes close to explaining these occurrences. Just of interest, there is a school of Buddhism, the Sarvastivada, that had the theory that time exists all at once, or that the past becomes manifest in the present, and the future is already latent in the present. I feel there is truth in that.

I also think that we are all connected and can sense traumatic events based on that connection, like the Aboriginal people who are still more closely in touch with their natural states. The trauma seems like a ripple in space/time.

I let go of the science to a degree for a while to explore these questions, but still come back to the idea that they can be explained. . . even if the explanation isn't what we might originally suspect. We can't deny that the premonitions happen. The explanation seems of secondary importance, really, but it would be nice to know. I does make like interesting to think about it.

Ecila
@ecila
10/29/15 12:58:13PM
898 posts

anger issues, or potential schizophrenia


Empath

You are probably seeing the real person now. Six weeks is not long enough to know someone. I fear you will have trouble getting him out. I have had experience with that kind of thing, twice, actually. Both times I ended up paying for a place for them to go just to get them out. One got violent and threatened to burn my house down. I met him when I was very young and got totally enmeshed...wasted lots of years trying to help him. He was Spanish, and yes, very hot blooded by nature (not that it was because of being Spanish....he also had a tough childhood) and was eventually diagnosed with bipolar but would not stick to any treatment.That whole thing took a lot out of me and I tried everything. Sometime things would be better for a while, usually after I kicked him out and let him come back. Then it would start back up. I think that happened about 6-7 times. At the end, I knew it was him or me.

I would recommend not provoking him since you really don't know this person. Start thinking of an exit plan, just in case. Sorry to be pessimistic but that was my experience. Good luck!

Ecila
@ecila
10/28/15 06:18:30PM
898 posts

Is it a good thing to live without restrictions? (based on the latest dream I just had)


Dreams

Oh sorry. To state the obvious, it would be good to be restricted in bad habits or anything that is unhealthy, unwholesome or unkind.

It would be good to be unrestricted in healthy habits (or getting rid of unhealthy ones), wholesome actions, having faith in yourself, etc...

If that makes sense...I assume you mean no restrictions in terms of doing something positive.

I think in general, most of us put too many restrictions on ourselves and are capable of much more than we believe. That was a wonderful dream you had. The feeling of no limitations is one that could be very helpful to keep in your memory...close at heart;)

Maybe I am having trouble with this one. I keep thinking my me trying to paint and telling myself I'm not any good. In that sense, I would love to have a dream of being unrestricted!

Ecila
@ecila
10/28/15 11:49:39AM
898 posts

Is it a good thing to live without restrictions? (based on the latest dream I just had)


Dreams

Not sure what you are questioning but the dream seems to be telling you that there are no restrictions.

Ecila
@ecila
10/26/15 03:34:42PM
898 posts

Anybody ever sense an approaching death?


Empath

Hi Visitor. Yes, I have had those feelings before. Usually the more traumatic it is going to be for me, the farther in advance I will feel it. The feeling is of impending doom like a dark cloud over everything. Other times, twice, I've had dreams. In one of those dreams I saw who the person was but didn't see the death, only a very bad situation that I didn't put together. In the other dream, I thought it was a death but didn't know for whom until it was too late.

That last dream followed by the death got me really upset. I did some more research about predicting death and what to do if it ever happens again. From what I can gather, we aren't generally intended to stop such events. One person said to envision the people in large bubbles to soften the blow but I'm not sure about that. I think if I could stop the events, I would.

Sometimes I get the dark feeling and nothing happens, so I don't always trust those but do pay attention and try to be careful until they pass. I always check in on friends if I feel any association. A few times that seemed to have paid off. I also think that it is advisable to not dwell on "bad" things that might happen, tho. Just do what you can, if there is anything to be done.

I hope there is nothing major headed your way. In the meantime, be careful and take it easy.

 
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