Natural Psychic Abilities: Animal Instinct Explained

 

Mount Agung, the volcano in Bali, is still rumbling. Locals, who live on the mountain and at the base, many of whom were not alive back in 1963 when it last erupted, knew that it was active well before they heard anything from officials. How? Snakes and Monkeys were moving down the mountain. According to scientists, snakes can sense earthquakes at a distance of 120 miles and their unusual behavior can be used to predict and detect.

Just before the major tsunami hit Asian coastlines in 2004, dogs were seen to refuse to leave home and didn’t want to go toward the coast.

At the time of that same tsunami, the Flamingos that are bred at Point Calimere wildlife sanctuary in India, left their normal low lying breeding area and flew to higher areas.

On the island of Sumatra elephants who were giving rides to tourists began trumpeting at about the time the earthquake began even though it was not ‘feelable’ to humans. The owner of the business, Dang Salangam said he’d never heard the elephants crying out like that before. The elephants rebelled against their trainers commands and ran inland and up into the hills.

More than 200,000 people were killed by the magnitude 9 earthquake off the coast of Sumatra. If you haven’t seen the movie The Impossible, it gives a powerful and surreal, if distant, experience of that tragedy. One of the notable aspects of it is that many people were completely unaware of anything being ‘off’ until the first massive wave was upon them. After the clean up, very few animals were found dead.

In 373 B.C. according to the Roman historian Aelian, many animals, including snakes, rats, centipedes and weasels came up from underground and hurried out of the city of Helike five days before an earthquake destroyed it.

Alternatively, whereas most animals move away from intensified weather patterns, tiger sharks tend to move toward electrical storms.

Some scientists theorize that the prescient behavior of animals is due to their heightened infrasonic sound pulses generated by earth shifts, and are quick to dismiss the perspective that there is something mystical at work. Elephant communication is 3/4 infrasonic.  

Intuitive awareness and your natural psychic abilities      

Others point to the animal behavior as coming from a sixth sense. We humans have big brains, and perhaps with the development there in the cranium, we’ve lost other abilities we once had.

More accurate than humans having lost that sixth sense, or intuitive ability , is that in our head-centric advancement, the more ‘animal’ parts of us, especially the beneficial ones, like empathy, have gone dormant.

However we explain the animal behavior, their awareness being different than that of us human animals is evident. Humans have made incredible advances in science and technology, and while clearly there are many benefits, could there also be detriments?

In Joni Mitchell’s classic song from 1967, Both Sides Now, she sings:

Well something’s lost and something’s gained
In living everyday

The heart and the head, the human intellect and the animal wisdom. Neither is good or bad, and both serve purposes. The question might become how do we use one or the other, or maybe both, to ultimately foster what is most important to us.

Tapping into your own natural psychic abilities

Perhaps it’s time for us to look at life from both sides too. The heart and the head, the human intellect and the animal wisdom, which may be how some of us tap into our intuitive abilities. Neither is good or bad, and both serve purposes. The question might become how do we use one or the other, or maybe both, to ultimately foster what is most important to us.

And you, in your life now, how useful might it be to regain some of your own natural psychic abilities or animal sensitivity. The brain serves many functions in life, and yet when we truly tune in, we know (in our bones and intuition) that it’s the heart that leads us to love and fulfillment.

Ram Das, the philosopher, teacher and author, who was formerly Richard Alpert, professor at Harvard, said: “I’ve met some of the smartest people in our time, and some of the wisest. The difference between them is that the wise ones are also happy.”

If you would would like to learn more about how to hone your own natural psychic abilities or would like a personal reading, please get in touch or schedule an appointment today. I am available for both in-person and skype bookings.  

Recovering Emotionally from Trauma and Natural Disasters: *My 9/11 Anniversary Perspective, Boston, MA

 

We just passed the anniversary of 9/11 earlier this month. Do you remember where you were and who you were with when you heard the news about the Twin towers? I bet you do. Every person I’ve asked this question to recalls with great clarity. This is common with group (or collective) trauma.  

How about July 11, 2017? You might; that was just a couple months ago, though more than likely, unless there was something occurring in your life with emotional importance, you’d need to work to remember that date.

In Baz Luhrmann’s song Sunscreen – and if you haven’t heard the song, I encourage you to give it a listen – he says:

Don’t worry about the future. Or worry, but know that worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebra equation by chewing bubblegum. The real troubles in your life are apt to be things that never crossed your worried mind. The kind that blindside you at 4 PM on some idle Tuesday. Despite this sage advice, worry is our tendency.

My friend Daniel was in New York that morning. He’s a yogi, and had just come out of a class with a visiting dignitary teacher at Chelsea Piers, where 23rd Street meets the West Side Highway.

“I knew something was off right away. I got to the street corner and a bunch of people were gathered there. They were eagerly talking to each other. Some were pointing up over downtown.”

People don’t tend to stop and talk on the Streets in New York. When he told me the story of his experience there that day, two things stood out.

He recounted: “I joined the group there and a man in a business suit told me that a plane had crashed into one of the towers. I was looking up when the second plane hit. It happened so fast that I couldn’t see the plane. What I did see though, and what changed my life forever, was the explosion on the other side of the building. Flames and smoke poured out.

‘Immediately I went from thinking that we’d experienced a bizarre and tragic accident (a plane crashing into a building) to the realization that this was not an accident. The next moment brought the terrifying question: ‘what else is going to happen now?'”

Most of us are unlikely to experience a terrorist attack, or even a life-threatening hurricane, earthquake or fire. And while that’s generally something positive – certainly I don’t wish those kind of experiences upon anyone – my friend Daniel, and some of the people in the midst of the world’s current natural disasters, may have an advantage over us.

I asked him how his life was forever changed.

I knew – and I mean knew deep in my bones – that there really is no certainty. We think we know what’s going to happen, and the truth is anything can happen in any moment.”

One lesson we might get from this is that given the truth that we never really know the future, we do well to prioritize what’s truly important to us.

Advice about the future,  Boston’s best psychic

I’ll let you in on a little psychic industry secret. My work is more about the present than the future. Sure, I do get impressions and visions, and they turn out to be accurate most of the time. More importantly though, I help people understand themselves and what’s happening now – and from that, they are much better at creating their own destinies.

For a few days after 9/11 New York’s atmosphere radically changed from the cold, impersonal city it’s known for to a village where people talked to each other, looked out for each other.

In the midst of disaster, a common question becomes: ‘what matters to me?’

What would you be doing or saying if you weren’t ‘sure’ about the future. Baz goes on to say: Do one thing everyday that scares you every day.

Perhaps right now is a great time to align your life with what matters to you. If you would would like to seek guidance in this realm, please get in touch or schedule an appointment today.

*I put this blog post on hold to address Hurricane Harvey. The message in the post is still as pertinent as it was on September 11th.

How Natural Disasters Affect Consciousness

You’re sitting in your living room with your family. The windows are taped to prevent them from shattering, yet with the intensity and randomness of the wind, and the sharp and excruciating sounds outside – metal smacking against metal, the snap of trees, the eerie whip of air over the roof – all the precautions you’ve made feel like little protection.

What do you feel?

A lot of you reading this are in New England, and while we get blasted with Nor’Easters, we seldom get hurricanes. Let alone earthquakes or tsunamis. Still, can you imagine? What happens inside you?

Fear – primal, powerful and potentially crippling

 One of the first, most powerful impacts of a natural disaster is the activation of our most basic, animal sense of survival. Or, more potently felt, the fear that we will not survive.

Right? Fear. Plain and simple. Right now fear is ripping through much of our world.

In and of itself there is nothing wrong with fear. In fact, fear is not only hard-wired into every human being, it’s necessary and can be beneficial. The biggest problem with fear though, is that not only does it keep us from creating, living and achieving what we most desire in our life, it’s often operating below the surface of our awareness.

Stay with me: I’m diverging for a moment from the fear that arises in the midst of an earthquake. That’s a primal fear, like if we see a spider or a snake. It’s automatic.

The other type of fear is the more crippling. Fears of failure, or success. Fear of jealousy, or greatness, or responsibility. If I created my dream company, what would I then be responsible for? What would my family think of me? If I wrote that novel that I’ve been talking about, what if no one liked it? What if a lot of people liked it – what would I need to do then to live up to it?

Are you making the connection? When we are afraid of a hurricane, it’s obvious. When it’s a fear of taking a risk in our life, not so much. In fact, it can be so hidden from awareness (suppressed or repressed) that we are sure the reason we haven’t done something, changed something, created something or stopped doing something. 

FEAR – Feeling Excited And Ready

Whether you are in the midst of, or the aftermath of, a natural disaster these days, you might take the proactive jump to asking yourself what’s really important to you.

For many people one of the effects of a natural disaster is the reassessment of what really matters to them. If we are not directly affected by the destructive forces of nature these days, we might be wise to get the lesson anyway. Right now, what matters to you? What have you been living with that is – if you are brave and honest – no longer tolerable? What have you not stepped up to that if fear were no longer holding you back, you’d boldly move towards?

How Boston’s Psychic Medium can help 

It’s in this realm that I can be of assistance to you. As a psychic, I cannot alter nature, nor is my path to be a rescuer. One of the obvious components of recent events is that none of us really know what’s going to happen. Life is too precious to squander by delaying what really matters.

What I can help you with, though, is getting in deeper contact with your own inner drives, fears and motivation. You might say that I am, as medium, a connector between you and your higher self. Sometimes we’ve been fishies in our own fishbowl so long, we don’t even realize what we are putting up with or putting off.

There’s nothing like 130 mph winds, the rumble of the earth below our feet or viewing cars swimming where there once was road to get our attention.

You matter to me. You matter to the world. And so I ask you, here and now, what matters to you?

If you would are feeling fear and would like to seek guidance in the realm, please get in touch or schedule an appointment today.

Intuitive Coaching: How Working with Boston Psychic Could be Your Bullet Train to Success

What happens for you when you hear the words ‘life coach’? Or ‘intuitive coach’?

When I first heard these terms I was confused. To me coaching was reserved for the sports realm. And when I got past that, and considered deeper into what a ‘life’ coach might be, and when I saw some of the people who were promoting themselves as life coaches, I scoffed and dismissed it.

Many of us were taught the staunch value of independence and self-reliance. Indeed they are important values, and yet as a culture, and in many of our individual lives, these values have taken such weight as to block us from creating what we want in our lives with much more ease, grace and speed.

In Japan there is a bullet train that rockets passengers at speeds of up to 320 km/ hour. The experience is so different from our usual ways of traveling on the ground that most people are shocked at first.

Picture this: you stow your bags, sit in your comfortable train seat, pull out your book or laptop or are just gazing out the window – then the train begins moving. At first it’s normal, though soon the velocity increases so fast you feel like it’s some kind of new carnival ride. You’re pinned to your seatback. While your cheeks are not quite rocketship-flapping, you can feel them being sucked toward the back of your skull (with the awareness that it’s probably not your best look).

What’s even more amazing though, is that after a few minutes like this, the newness of it fades, as do the sensations, and soon enough this speed becomes your new normal. You get up and walk around, go to the restroom, order a beverage.

From Japan to Boston – intuitive coaching as a medium to the fast track

Especially those of us who grew up in New England, steeped in the Yankee mentality of hard work – and sometimes even with the idea of suffering being a badge of honor – tend to have some skepticism toward easier and faster ways of doing things.

The Bullet train is a lot like coaching. We can drive, or take the regular train. We’ll get where we want to go sooner or later, even if it takes a long time and the ride is bumpy. Utilizing a coach is a way of saying ‘I’ve taken the hard way long enough. Now I’m ready for some speed and ease.’

It’s only for you if you’re you’re wanting to get where you want to go in your life – career, family, finances, relationships – with less pain and delay. When would now be a good time to create all that you dream of?

Your Boston Psychic and Intuitive Coach

 As Boston’s top intuitive and psychic, I’ve gotten to experience the benefits of coaching from a few angles. I wouldn’t be where I am without mentors, guides and coaches. Their guidance and support has saved me so much time and effort, and ultimately money too. I’m extra lucky in that I’ve also been blessed with a clear line of communication from Spirit.

On the other side of the intuitive coaching relationship I’m also grateful for the opportunities I’ve had to support and guide thousands of people, from entrepreneurs to athletes to stay-at-home parents.

With an intuitive coach, the benefits and blessings are even greater in that in addition to the coach’s support, you get to receive directly from spirit as well. I’m often amazed and touched at the magic that occurs. Sure, I’ve got a lot of experience and wisdom to share and I know what questions to ask to elicit your own answers. And when your higher self and Spirit conspire to communicate directly to you through me, that’s pure grace – and the results speak for themselves.

If you are interested in booking an intuitive coaching appointment, click here.

How To Hone Your Business Instinct: Advice from Boston’s Best Psychic on Using Your Intuition

The best entrepreneurs and executives follow their gut when it comes to matters of business. And with good reason. In one Harvard study of 13,000 executives, respondents said that while they use their analytical abilities as much as their intuitive skills, they credit 80% of their successes to instinct.

Add to this that business magnates from Conrad Hilton to Oprah have described intuition as essential to achieving their goals, and you can see why it’s so important to develop your business intuition. Intuition gives you information – over and above the hard data your brain analyzes – that you wouldn’t normally have access to. It’s a second intelligence, and one you should really pay heed to. And because it’s not something that can be borrowed or bought from someone else, it’s exactly what will set you apart from your competitors.

As Boston’s best psychic, I believe that we all have intuition. The difference is, not everyone hears or listens to it. But there are ways you can develop your business intuition, even if you think you don’t have it. Here are three of my favorites.

 #1. Meditate every day.

Even if it’s just a quick 5 or 10 minutes a day, you can access and develop your business intuition through meditation. Tuning into your inner self (and separating temporarily from the outside world), can help you achieve some relief from the daily clutter and noise so you can think clearly, hear your intuition, and make decisions that are in line with your highest, most authentic self.

Take this time in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. If there’s a business decision or issue you’re contemplating, ask that question in this inner space and listen for the messages your intuition communicates to you. There are multiple benefits to doing so, including: 

  • Making better decisions from a place of calm and peace
  • Making quicker decisions with more confidence
  • Keeping yourself in the present moment (This helps you to avoid second guessing decisions you made the day or year before)

#2. Listen for your intuition. 

In my experience, people receive messages from their intuition in different ways. Here are just a few for you to be aware of.

  • Pay attention to your body.

Be mindful of the physical cues you receive from your body. Do you feel sensations in your chest? Your stomach? Butterflies? Goose bumps? How does a particular issue or person make you physically feel?

  • Pay attention to life’s “coincidences.”

For example, say you’re considering expanding your business to another location. Have you just run into an old college friend who, in passing, mentions the availability of what would be a perfect space for your second location? DId you drive by what was always your most desired spot, and see that it now has a for rent or sale sign in the window?

Don’t let these signs pass you by! They are signals that you are in the right place at the right time. And acting on them will often lead you to great success.

  • Pay attention to subtle messages.

Does a particular book or event or song or acquaintance keep coming up when you’re in different locations? Is the Universe trying to tell you something?

  • Pay attention to your dreams.

Dreams can often provide you with clues from your subconscious. Your subconscious is a reflection of your highest, most authentic self.

  • Pay attention to your energy levels.

If you’re considering entering into a new partnership, you’ll want to pay attention to how being around this person makes you feel. Are you energized or depleted?

  • Pay attention to the ‘vibes’ you pick up from others.

If you’re hiring new talent, you’re probably aware that sometimes candidates will say the right thing just so they can get the job. If you sense something “off,” know that that feeling is too important not to listen to.

#3. Trust your intuition.

Now that you’ve started listening for it, it’s time to listen to it. Take heed of those “hunches.” If a business decision doesn’t feel right, trust your gut. This is the key to business success.

Boston’s Top Psychic Can Help You Hone Your Business Instinct

I have helped hundreds of entrepreneurs and executives achieve success in their careers and businesses. As an award-winning former executive manager of a top luxury hotel chain, I am no stranger to the challenges you face. In fact, I attribute my past business success to combining my psychic intuition with common sense and logic.

With my intuitive guidance, we can tune into your own intuition so you can enhance your decision-making process for you and your business based on the all-knowing inner wisdom you possess. Particularly if you haven’t paid much attention to intuition before, you’ll see how much easier and more successful your business will be if you open up to it.

To schedule a Psychic Intuitive Business Consulting session with MaryLee, CLICK HERE.