Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Today I found a rainbow
It was right before my eyes
for months I tried to find it
but it was lost beneath my cries

The rainbow held my answers
and I found it with a prayer
the colours held my questions
yet the colours seemed so rare

The fear inside held me still
my heart was racing fast
the answers seemed to be so close
but I was in my past 

I looked above the rainbow
and saw and angel high
who took my hand and held it tight
and took me to the sky 

The sky was bright and cheery
my heart felt so alive
the rainbow unlocked its gold
it told me to survive 

The answers seemed so simple
and my heart filled up with love
the answer was just be yourself
and I heard it from above

the rainbow is so clear right now
It never seems that far
the colours seem to calm my soul
and lost are all my scars

Cyndi, 2012

Saturday, October 6, 2012

A time to be Grateful

This year I have much to be grateful and thankful for 

A wonderful family 
a beautiful home 
abundance surrounds me 
I welcomed a grandson 
and new daughter in law 
I worked on my vision 
I stayed true to me 
I have many friends 
wonderful pets 
and most of all you 

Happy Thanksgiving 
May you be thankful for everything in your world

Friday, May 11, 2012

Welcome Grayson

 Grayson may not know it just yet ....... and yet babies are very perceptive so he might have picked up the vibe from these first hugs, but he has the most beautiful and warm hearted Grandmother.

post written by guest blogger: Katherine from Glamour Begins At Home

Mother's Day comes early

Posting from guest blogger: Katherine {Glamour Begins at Home}

My sweet and beautiful friend Cyndi became a Grandmother last night as she welcomed her new Grandson - Grayson. 

Baby Grayson made his debut at 11:50 pm {Thursday, May 10th}, weighing a healthy 9 pounds 3 ounces. New parents Justyne and Matt cuddled Grayson in their arms last night after his arrival. 
Congratulations to Matt and Justyne.

Cyndi traveled out to Calgary a few weeks ago to be with her Daughter for Grayson's arrival. The deliriously long process played out for over a week with Justyne being bounced from doctor to doctor. Already this brand new Mom has proven just how much stamina and patience she has.

Cyndi and I text'd last night for hours as she waited nervously for her Grandson to be born. My own Daughter and I had the pleasure of sharing the birth of my Granddaughter with Cyndi only two years ago. It was my beautiful friend who comforted me as I tended to my Daughter then, and I wanted to hop a plane to go out and take care of Cyndi like she did for me. But I sent her Angels {as she has done for so many of us before} and prayed for Justyne.

Happy 'First' Mother's Day to Justyne. You are about to find out just how wonderful life is with this new Angel in your arms.

And Happy Mother's Day to new Grandma Cyndi. You are blessed. I'm so excited that you have joined the Grandma club...... I can't wait for you to share all the pictures and stories of Grayson.

Cyndi's arms are a little busy right now, but she will share her experiences of becoming a Grandma with readers shortly.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Letting Go of a Dream

Sometimes in life we come face to face with letting go of a dream.  A dream that you have held on to for years.  You have been in contact with the universes and followed the laws of attraction.  The universe failed to deliver.  It's hard to let go of that dream, and hard to let go of that vision that you look forward to. That dream is sometimes the reason for getting up in the morning. 

How do you let go.  How do we do it.  How do we get over the fact that a dream that felt so real, so close to your heart and to your touch, just vanished before your eyes.   

Sometimes letting go of that dream can be likened to a divorce or a death.  A death of a Dream.  The taste, the feeling, the smell and the touch have been so real and vivid for so long that letting go of it seems .........impossible.  

When you feel that the universe holds back on delivering a dream you have to believe that it is because our best interests are being looked after. 

Your soul, your heart and your being will survive, it will go on.   You are strong. Its time to put that dream to rest and focus on a new dream.   One that will bring sunshine and no disappointment into your world.  One that will open many doors and not let you down. The new dream will be just around the corner, and on the wish of the last star you see that new day.

Gently release that dream.   Send it off with all the love and best wishes.   Release that dream and let the one that is supposed to come true and find you.

Today I am holding the last star.  I am releasing an old dream and I wish for it love and happiness without negativity at my loss.  I am wishing for greatness and strength.  I am looking for a new dream to come true today.  I have written an old chapter in my book and began a new one.  

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Find your Luck :: St. Patrick's Day

Today is St. Patrick's Day.

A day where many will spend many hours drinking green beer and then trying their luck.
Today is a day where I wish and find my luck.

My son Jarrod is able to go out and see vast amounts of clover that is on our property. Within minutes he can wander and find patches with multiple four leaf clovers.
I'd say he has no trouble finding luck.
Many of us focus on the four little leaf clovers, believing that they magically bring us luck.

And maybe the little green clovers do bring us luck, and maybe it's mind over matter. What we tend forget is that we have the magic and the power inside of us to create our own luck.  
We have the power to bring our wants and needs closer to us.
When we want something enough we have the 
ability to manifest it.
We don't really need the four leaf clover in your pocket, the luck is really desire that is  deep down inside of all of us.

If you follow people who are 'lucky' they seem to know good things are going to happen to them. They have faith.
Faith is something we often push aside and only call upon when we are looking for something in our lives at a time when it feels lost or empty.
It is then that we suddenly remember to have faith and to believe. 
It is then that we feel the MAGIC.

What if you had faith all of the time.
What if you believed in magic completely.
Think of all the wonderful things you could attract in your life.

We all have that magic in our hands, within our hearts, 
in our minds.
Today look for the magic within you 
{it's not just the luck of the Irish}.

Happy St. Patrick's Day.

I made my wish ... did you?

Thursday, March 8, 2012

A Day in my Life :: My imprint

Some years ago I was at a psychic fair giving readings.  A woman came over to me, sat down and gave me a set of wedding rings tied together with a red ribbon. As I took those rings in my hand my heart broke; I felt despair, a deep rooted sadness and such loss. I heard the word "NO".  When I looked at the woman she said to me; "I  want a one word answer".  I told her "NO". I also told her "he tells me help is coming and not don't forget your Son".   
Again I repeated the word "NO".  
I continued with the reading and knew that this woman needed help. I kept assuring her that he would send help and to hang on.  
At the end of the reading the woman explained that she had come here to find someone to tell her "YES".  Her husband had died. Now she was so lost and sad that she didn't want to be here. I told her again that she got the one word answer and it was a definite "NO".  I felt that the message was imprinted into those wedding rings.   The woman had tied the rings together with the ribbon and held them through each day of her sorrow and imprinted her feelings.

I was at a seminar another time and we were instructed to pass an item to another person and collect the impressions of that item.  A lady passed a lighter to my friend who quickly gave it at me and said she couldn't do it.
I passed the lighter back to the owner of the lighter and gave her my impressions.   Before long she was at the front of the room giving a blow by blow account of what I had told her.  I attempted to blend into the background, but she was sure to put me in the spotlight. The impressions I had from the lighter were strikingly accurate and the lady who owned the lighter was overwhelmed.
Reading from objects comes easily for me.

Antique furniture will often carry a specific energy. Try going into an antique shop and sit in some of the aged chairs.  Close your eyes and allow yourself to 'feel' -  is this a warm feeling, or a happy feeling, a cold feeling, or an angry feeling.   Sometimes you can feel the laughter. 
I have an antique piano and the previous owner of the piano loved it. When I sit at that piano I can feel the woman's love for the piano and the joy it brought to her.   Most people that come to my home tend to go over and touch the piano and make comments on how beautiful it is. I know the previous owner is drawing them in.

Accident scenes will leave imprints.  Sometimes I feel my breath sucked away, panic or an incredible sadness when I am around an accident.  Many people report in cases where there was a tragic ending to someones life, that the feelings are still there.   Either a coldness or a feeling of urgency to get out of here.  Other times you can still feel the people there working away as if nothing has changed.

Memories are contained in jewellery, houses, furniture and on land.   We imprint our lives on the things we own.   It is my hope that the imprint that I leave on my items are happy warm memories, and that when my children hold my items it brings a smile to them.
I hope that the little moments in time that hold a tragic memory for me will not be left in my imprint. I would like my Grandchildren to have the same gift as mine, to be able hold on to something and say;  "when my Grandma had this, she was very happy and lived a very rich life".

I want capture a moment in time that was fantastic

Friday, March 2, 2012

Send Me an Angel

I am lost, I am homeless, I like to drink........
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am a child - I am being abused
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am old, I am alone, I am afraid to die
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am in my twenties, I am a girl, I have breast cancer
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am a teenager, I am using drugs, I have overdosed
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am a policeman, on a police chase, facing the unknown
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am a soldier, I have to survive, I aim my riffle
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am a baby, about to be born, the cord is too tight
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am a firefighter, we were sent to a home, we didn't make it in time
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

I am just me, in a big world, with so many choices
                       SEND ME AN ANGEL

Thursday, March 1, 2012

White Rabbit Day

Happy White Rabbit Day
It's March and almost spring.
The Rabbit always brings an unexpected surprise when you wish everyone a  
Happy White Rabbit Day.
I wonder what the bunny surprise will be this month.
The phone is ringing and the emails are coming.

Remember to call your friends,
get their motors running,
hear their laughter.

Don't forget to include the little ones,
get them yelling.....
Happy Gigantic White Rabbit Day !!

Remember to put a shoot-out. We will be back again on the
first of the month.


................until next MONTH.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

It's getting close to spring and many of us are dealing with the dark days of winter and the tough days of getting out of bed.  Sometimes it is a struggle to do either. And yet other days bouncing out of bed at full steam seems to be no problem at all.

Many of us drag ourselves to the bathroom to look in the mirror, and the reflection causes us to find all of our flaws instead of the great things that people see around us. 

We can see excess weight, aging, all the little things that will literally turn some people right back around into bed. It's enough to throw the covers over your head and hibernate.

It is suggested that by looking at our flaws it will encourage us to work harder to improve ourselves.  I think it puts the focus on something negative and trying to get out of that cycle is never ending.  

When we shift our focus and direction to look at the positive things in our world it allows doors to open.   A stranger walking by with a simple smile in our direction will cause us to smile back.   A small gesture of kindness toward someone else will cause your heart to lift.   So why is it so hard for us to turn that kindness and smile on ourselves?

When I am doing a reading for someone I see all the good in that person, and I see many of their struggles.  It is easier for us to examine the bad and go with it. 

Try this positive exercise :
For the month of March stick a bright coloured post-it note on your mirror that reads  'I AM', and another one that reads  'I AM GRATEFUL FOR' . Each time you are standing in front of in the mirror say at least three things positive about YOU.  

'I am strong, I am independent, I am courageous'..... see how easy that is.
Dig into your pocket of positive influence and find new things to recant each time you are exercising at the mirror.
Exercise your positive thoughts on what you are grateful for.......
'I am grateful for all of my wonderful friends, I am grateful for being me'. 

Change the focus from the negative to POSITIVE - change your life from negative to POSITIVE.

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