Dreams can be real


Yesterday I went to see one of my favourite authors speak. He is a shaman practitioner and storyteller, a very intelligent and experienced talker and one of the best in regards to dreams, dream journeys and ways to work with our dreams with a view (among others) to make them become real. His name is Robert Moss and you can find his wonderful blog here: MOSSDREAMS

The talk (in my view) was way too short, I could feel the energy in the room and the energy of the speaker himself and, to be honest, it could have gone on for much longer and time would have just stood still. However although I enjoyed all of the topics and stories discussed, one particularly stood out for me: the ability to work with our dreams and make them real. Many times dreams will give us signs that, if we are willing to acknowledge, might simply just change our life (or death).

In his books Robert explains very well and in an understandable way how to use simple techniques and incorporate them into our every day lives (and dreams) to help us understand what they mean to us at that particular time.

The story that touched me the most was the one that Robert told of  a dear friend of his calling in the early hours of the morning, terrified because she had dreamed of dying in a head on collision. With Robert’s help and by going back into the dream (Robert’s dream reentry technique) slowly and by getting many more details they were able to avoid a near fatal collision 2 weeks later in the same exact spot Robert friend had dreamed of.

By practicing with techniques that Robert makes available to everyone regardless of lifestyle we can learn to  go back to our dreams, analyze them in details, break them down and then gain the true significance (precognitive or not).

And did I mention that it was my first experience of live shamanic drumming and, even though it lasted a few minutes, it was utterly beautiful and brought back to me the images of a beautiful she-wolf guiding me :).

Work with your dreams, they are a truly huge and important part of our day lives. You can access guidance, past lives, souls lost and more by just working these techniques.

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A paranormal investigation


Hear hear! After years of watching them on TV I finally got to participate in one. Now since it was a Sunday evening and due to licensing reasons the evening had to end at around 10.30, however we got a good few hours in this very beautiful pub called The Mitre in Lancaster gate, London. The story goes the building is haunted, the most famous ghost is that of “Old Mary” a scullery servant girl who had the misfortune to have an affair with the Lord owner. When the wife found out she knifed her to death (yes in the scullery itself).

There are rumours that the ghost of a coachman also haunts the venue. But back to the investigation. From the start we got lots of small activity. Orbs were roaming about in abundance. I could sit in the scullery watching the tv monitor flicking from room to room and see orbs going by at lightning speed! Also most of the pictures I took look like we were sitting in a smoking room. While some of it might be the mild effect of the low lights, some were so hazy that in one I took of my friend (and co-organizer Jon) his lower body could hardly be seen.

The first picture someone took of me had what looked like a white mist above my head, by the shelf corner. As we were split in 2 groups we regrouped at the end to swap experiences and it was amazing to find that both groups had similar experiences. Even when both tried to contact spirits it appeared they both got the same letters and codes and numbers, as I said we were separated in different rooms so hardly any contact (also if you wonder why I am relating this like an observer is because I was one, if you go back to my previous post about Ouija boards you will know I do not play with them).

I am really looking forward to all the evidence being reviewed and posted, all I have is what I took which, considering the circumstances, was pretty good!

Oh! And regarding the smokey pictures…I was advised afterwards that Lord Craven owned a huge tobacco and cigars firm, it is apparently still operating somewhere in Asia.

This is the location of the investigation : The Mitre

The organizing group you can find them here London Haunts & Horrors

If anything else comes up from the recordings taken I will post again.

And here are a couple of pictures 🙂

The Scullery

Scullery

White mist

White mist

 

After the storm (AA Michael)


This is a work in progress. I spent last weekend alone, relaxing (or trying to!) and the colour blue kept flashing in my mind. Immediately I thought of Michael, I have not worked with him for a while and I have had the feeling of needing extra protection, so here is the calm after the storm, with the potential for more.

Reaching out for Michael and asking for protection is how you get help. It can be in the form of signs, dreams, direct messages or visions.

I love the energy of BLUE  😀

Archangel Michael

Automatic writing


Channeled writing is quite a popular mean of expression amongst mediums and psychic workers.  It is possibly the simplest way to channel, even for those that have difficulty with other means. But, although I think (in my opinion) that it is probably the easiest method it encounters the same difficulties as all others. Because in order for it to work you really need to let go of your thinking brain, your left side brain.

Writers will know the feeling I describe.  Or musicians or any artist that all of a sudden has an “inspiration” and starts “free-flowing”. Automatic writing works in exactly the same way regardless of where the information comes from (subconscious, spirit guides, lost souls, higher beings etc).

I usually have drifting thoughts and I recognize them as different so then I relax, grab pen and paper and start to write (or paint but usually I get colour images then).  If you are not an artist nor used to work with your intuitive right brain you can still try. Exercise it by drawing (does not matter if you are good!), practising writing with your left hand (or right if left-handed), singing, meditating and anything that does not involve logic thought or focusing on a task. Free flow, let it come through no matter how silly it might seem or how it does not make sense. In fact the first few times it probably won’t and even after you become more accustomed to it is still not an exact science. Do not expect to write sentences in perfect grammar, that is not the point. The calligraphy might be (often is) totally different from yours and words my be foreign. Automatic writing is not about you sitting at the word processor and writing a piece (that would be creative writing), it is about channeling information and words from sources beyond this plane therefore it is expected that they won’t sound like you have just dictated them!

Find what you feel comfortable with (meditation, music as an example) and try it out, dedicate a journal to it and try as often as you can. Like with dreams make a point of trying to interpret the writings and the symbols that might be contained within.

An example of channeled writing (by me) can be found in my post Channeled messages