Each week on my live, call-in radio show on hayhouseradio.com, I give readings to callers. Since so many people are asking about issues related to abundance, finances, and career, I thought you might find helpful the information that came through a reading that I did on last week’s radio show:
As a sensitive person, you deeply feel energies. You may even feel like you’re absorbing other people’s emotions. How can a sensitive person stay positive, when there are negative people and news stories around you?
As a peace-loving person, I dislike arguments, almost to the point of being conflict-phobic. I won't watch movies that contain excessive yelling, and I avoid situations and relationships that are filled with drama. I'm much more comfortable with people, situations, and media that are filled with positive words and intentions.
At the end of each year, I sit in quiet silence and connect with the presence of the mighty Archangel Michael, and ask him for messages about the coming year. I hear his answers as clearly as if I were having a conversation with a wise teacher. I find Archangel Michael to be the loudest and clearest angel of them all.
I’ll never forget the first time that I jumped into the ocean to swim with wild dolphins. For months, it seemed that everywhere I turned, I saw photos or articles involving dolphins. Since I pay attention to signs from above, I arranged to fly to Kona, Hawaii, where the spinner dolphins are plentiful and the ocean waters are warm and safe.
Is there something in your life that you're putting up with? Are you settling for less, because you feel you have no choice? Are you unhappy with something, but you think that this is the best you can do?
Our dreamtime is often the most productive time to gain new spiritual growth and understanding. Many people have psychic dreams that foretell the future, or that give guidance about career, home, and family.
You can receive consistent and clear guidance while you sleep by inviting angels into your dreams.
Indigo Children are often perfectionists, and they can be very hard
on themselves. They beat themselves up for every perceived
infraction. One of the reasons why they become aggressively defensive
when you scold them is that they're already painfully aware that
they've made a mistake.