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Happy Birthday Gemini by John Maerz

Posted on May 13, 2014 in Newsletter | 0 comments

Happy Birthday Gemini by John Maerz

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GEMINI 2014   by John Maerz, B.A. Your mind is truly racing this month. What is, what was, what could be, what should be, what you should do, what others should do…blah, blah, blah! It’s time to shut the little tyrant up. Your mind has had way too much play. It’s time to stop, close your eyes and recognize what you feel. But, but, but…never mind. Disconnect, disengage and allow your inner sense to see where you are in your life. It’s OK to feel ungrounded and to just float in limbo for a little while. You need to get your bearings. Have you seen an owl lately? A turtle? You’ve been getting a series of messages that you’ve been burying with your dialogue. You’re not your mind. You have one. Your sensitivities, this year, are so close to the surface of your awareness that your mind will do anything to maintain control and keep you from noticing them. Sounds like the mind is feeling a little desperate? It is. You are reaching a point in your life where your own desires and values, your own, not your parents’ or societies’, must now be allowed to have some say and play even if they contradict the “status quo” of what you’ve learned and been living. There is only so long that you can keep up with doing what you believe, or have been trained into believing, what you’re “expected” to do. It’s time to take a fresh look. It doesn’t mean that you have to change your path but it does mean you should take a more centered look at where you’ve been heading in such a frenzy. Bob Dylan said that no matter whom you are, you still have to serve someone. This may be true, but he doesn’t mean that it has to be the sole focus of your existence. Everyone has issues and problems that they’re dealing with. It’s not your responsibility to fix them or tell them how to do so. It is your responsibility to give the best reflection of what you hear…but only if asked. Offering advice to everyone puts you into a position of assumed responsibility for them. With  friends, this will cause resentment. Is this how you want to perceive in yourself…to be useful and obligated? Just because you are able to do something well doesn’t mean that it’s that that you should do. What about you? What about what you want? What about your issues? What about what you’d like to learn or experience? Involving yourself in other people’s issues is a great way to avoid your own. It’s time to disconnect and look at your own goals, direction and happiness, how you’re going to get there and, most importantly, why. Social oppression, suffering and depression offer a mighty strong argument encouraging you to accept responsibility for the well being of others. Our social “perspective” has evolved into a place where we feel obligated to take care of our...

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