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Psychic Symbols

How do I know if I had a Visitation Dream?

Published
19 Sep
2018

 

 

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Flowers as a psychic symbol

Published
16 Mar
2018

Spring is here in the South and will soon arrive up North! Most people cannot help but notice that flowers are pushing up through the earth, ending their winter sleep, and taking their place in the sun. Flowers are often thought to be psychic symbols from spirit or those that have passed to the other side. Have you ever had a flower that randomly appears? Why is a certain flower in the middle of the lawn? You definitely did not plant that particular flower in that spot. Some folks might just shrug their shoulders, or think that an animal is responsible. A person tuned into Spirit might go a step further and ask why the animal (if that was the case) put that particular flower into that space. Perhaps you are down in the dumps and the sight of a bright, yellow daffodil that mysteriously appears in the middle of your lawn picks up your spirits.

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Lucky Symbols for Spring!

Published
14 Mar
2018

Spring is when our thoughts often turn to good luck charms. These thoughts are generally kicked off by St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations. This year St. Patrick’s Day is Saturday, March 17, 2018. The bright Irish green of this day reminds us that spring is coming and that new experiences and life changes may be just on the horizon. Many symbols of good luck can also double as psychic symbols. Pay attention to the events and activities around you when you notice a psychic symbol or good luck charm. Enhancing good luck with wearable charms may be an appealing way to make the transition into the new realm of young life and renewal that is literally bursting out all around us. Attracting good luck might be appealing in order to protect the new, tender shoots of newness that should be emerging. One popular lucky charm is a four-leaf clover.This is an old, well-known Irish good luck token.

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Halloween Psychic Symbols

Published
30 Sep
2017

Halloween generally refers to All-Hallows-Eve. This is the night before All Saints Day. The name dates back to the 1500’s. Halloween also harks back to the Roman harvest festival which celebrated the apple harvest. There was also a mention of a festival to honor the spirits of deceased ancestors. The Celts had the festival of Samhain which celebrated the harvest and the transition into winter This festival seems to date back to the 10th Century.

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