My favorite time of the month and I know one of yours… the day we meet another one of our wonderful psychics here at Live Psychics Network. Today I thought it may be nice to get to meet 2 of our amazing psychics at once, first we will meet Balajee who is a Vedic Astrologer, Palm Reader and Clairvoyant from the Himalayas. Then we will meet Perseus Star who is a natural born Intuitive Seer and Psychic reader who inherited his abilities from Romany ancestors.
Balajee has lived for several years in Rishikesh, the cradle of yoga and spirituality, has helped almost 600 people in the last 5-10 years. Today he lives in Switzerland where he continues his spiritual work. He is a Clairvoyance who is experienced in Verdic and Indian Astrology, Numerology Readings, Holistic and Natural Healing, and Palmistry. He is also able to help you in all areas in your life including, Career, Business, Finance, Law, Love, Sex, Home, Family, Mind and Body.
Perseus Star has helped over 100 people in the last 5 years by giving detailed and accurate readings based on energies and insights that he sees through visions. He is experienced in Intuition, Clairvoyance, and Card Readings and specializes in matters of the Heart, Love, and Relationships. Perseus is also very interested in Shamanic Healing and enjoys learning as much about all different forms of healing as possible.
I hope you all liked learning a little bit about both Balajee and Perseus Star today, with 5-10 years of experience each and together helping hundreds of people. Today they are both here to help you in many aspects of your life, so what are you waiting for??? Email Balajee or Perseus Star today for a free email psychic reading!!!
Now that we are in the winter months many people out there get the ‘Winter Blues’, this can be difficult to deal with for yourself, your spouse, and even your children. Another term for the ‘Winter Blues’ is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) this is a mood disorder which only affects people during certain seasonal times of the year causing them to experience depression symptoms during once season. (This does not only happen during winter, there are also summer, spring and fall blues).
Meditation is a form of relaxation; it is used to find a spiritual connection, re-build energy, to find patience and to relieve stress. People are known to use meditation to reconnect with God or other religious beings; some use it to relieve the feelings of anger and hatred. It is used to help with your emotional, physical and medical health as stress can do more damage than some may realize and meditation is a huge stress reliever. And meditation is used to clear your mind, body, and soul giving you a feeling of joy and happiness.
So… Onto how to treat the winter blues naturally with the healing powers of mediation!! Here is a process which I use twice daily to help combat the winter blues.
- Synchronize your breathing doing a 10-10-10 count:
- Inhale through your nose for 10 seconds, hold for 10 seconds, and exhale through your nose for 10 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
- Third eye mediation:
- Find a spot in your home you are comfy and undistracted with low lights, wear loose clothing and settle in.
- Close your eyes take a deep breath and focus on the point in-between your eyebrows.
- Control your breathing and with each breath in repeat words in your head such as joy and with each exhale repeat words like love. Do this for 10 min.
- Remembering & Recalling:
- Remember some of the most wonderful events you have been involved in, remember the feelings you had during those moments, allow the joy to follow you throughout the day.
So when the summer is gone and the leaves start falling, your tan fades away and there are less hours of daylight then the snow begins to fall, remember, there are things you can do at home every day to help you regain the energy and happiness you had during those summer beach months. Adding in your twice daily meditation, eating healthy, exercising regularly, by the time those summer months are back you will be feeling healthy, rejuvenated and in great shape to stroll the beaches in your favorite swim suit.
We have all heard the song, “On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree”, but what are the 12 days of Christmas? The Twelve Days of Christmas are the festive days beginning on December 25th and ending on January 5th, known as Christmastide and Twelvetide. The Twelfth Day (January 5th) is followed by the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6th. It is believed the 12 days is the amount of time it took the 3 wise men to travel to Bethlehem for the Epiphany.
Religiously the Twelve Days of Christmas goes like this:
- December 25th: Christmas Day
- December 26th: Boxing Day, a non-religious banking holiday, in Ireland it is known as a Wren Day
- December 27th: Feast of Saint John the Evangelist.
- December 28th: The Feast of the Holy Innocents.
- December 29th: The feast day of Saint Thomas Becket.
- December 30th: The feast of the Holy Family.
- December 31st: The feast of Saint Sylvester.
- January 1st: The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God.
- January 2nd: Octave day of St. Stephen or the feast day of St. Basil the Great.
- January 3rd: Feast of Saint Genevieve or the most holy name of Jesus.
- January 4th: The octave day of the feast of the Holy Innocents or the feast of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint.
- January 5th: The modern church recognizes this as the feast day of St. John Neumann. The evening of the 5 January is also Twelfth Night.
As far as the song we all enjoy all season long, this is how it is believe to be symbolic to Christ:
My true love gave to me:
- A Partridge in a Pear Tree – Jesus Christ
- Two Turtle Doves – The Old and New Testaments
- Three French Hens – The three virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity
- Four Calling/Collie Birds – Four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
- Five Golden Rings – First five books of the Old Testament
- Six Geese-a-Laying – Six days of creation before God’s rest on the seventh day
- Seven Swans-a-Swimming – Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit
- Eight Maids-a-Milking – Eight Beatitudes
- Nine Ladies Dancing – Nine fruits of the Holy Spirit
- Ten Lords-a-Leaping – Ten Commandments
- Eleven Pipers Piping – Eleven faithful disciples
- Twelve Drummers Drumming -Twelve points of belief in the Apostles’ Creed
So there we have it, the 12 Days of Christmas has a very religious meaning for lots of Christians out there, but for some of us out there it is a wonderful holiday song. No matter what the 12 Days of Christmas mean to you and how you celebrate it, Happy Holidays Everyone!
A few days ago we had another zodiac sign change: we went from Sagittarius to Capricorn on December 22nd – January 19th. All of our zodiac signs out there have their strengths and weaknesses and one big strength all our Capricorn friends have is their ability to overcome obstacles, and their biggest weakness… too much work and too little play… As their motto states, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, then build a door”.
So…What does 2013 hold for all our Capricorn friends out there??
For 2013 the health of a Capricorn looks, pretty great! It looks like you will not have had any major health issues, maybe a few minor problems like headaches or eye irritation but that’s about it. And eye problems seem to be the big one for all Capricorns, including possible eye surgery for the elderly. Other than that it looks like you will have good fortune in heath throughout the year, good for you Capricorns!
Financially for Capricorn this year looks good, it’s looking like there will be good cash flow throughout the year. This year looks like you have good luck when it comes to fortune and I want you to enjoy it, just keep in mind to save some for the future. Not every year will be a good one as well, if you have children yet or not you will need to save for them for their futures as well.
For all you Capricorns out there this year is about deep and meaningful commitment! You are done with the shallow and insincere love relationships of last year, this is an “All or Nothing” year for you. If you are already married then expect a year filled with travel and joy and if you are in a committed relationship maybe an engagement is around the corner?? If you are single then stick to your guns that guy or girl who is looking for the same lifelong qualities is on their way to you!
So there you have it, 2013 show the Capricorn will have a great year in love and just remember to trust your gut decisions and don’t second guess yourself! It looks like you will be very comfortable financially and even gives you the boost you needed to save for the future. And as far as health goes, other than taking care of those eyes, you should be hospital free! For more information about what 2013 holds for you try a free psychic reading online.
The holiday season makes you think of family and friends and memories you have had and ones you want to make. My family (aunts, uncles, cousins, 2nd cousins…) have a traditional Christmas party every year, it is one that has been going on since I was little enough to remember and even before that, and one I hope my children and their cousins will continue when we are all too seasoned (sounds a lot nicer than OLD) to put in the large amount of effort.
Other traditions we have, alone with the ever so popular “Elf on the Shelf”, are on Christmas Eve we all go to my mums house and we all (myself, husband, sisters, brothers-in-law, my kids, nieces and nephews) get to open our Christmas P.J.s. My mum has always, probably since the day we were born, gotten us all a brand new pair of Christmas P.J.’s that we get to open on Christmas Eve and put them on right away. To this day, 32 years, a husband, and 5 kids later, I still look forward to those P.J.’s and so does my husband and children.
So this all got me thinking… What are some other Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Traditions out there???
- Lots of people, especially kids, track Santa’s progress across the globe on NORAD on Christmas Eve.
- Many people make (and even teachers give out to students) reindeer food for the reindeer on Christmas Eve.
- Families read “The Night before Christmas” as they tuck in their children before bed on Christmas Eve.
- On Christmas morning some families wait till after breakfast to open gifts.
- Some families open gifts as soon as the clock hits 12:01am on Christmas Day.
- Families invite friends and family over on Christmas Day for ham or turkey and they play games late into the night.
Now… What about some really unusual (and possibly even creepy) Christmas Traditions…
- In Austria Santa’s evil twin Krampus (not sure if any of you saw the Grimm episode the other day but he was on there, really creepy), comes to punish all the children who have misbehaved. On December 5th all the med dress up as the scariest devil they can imagine and drunkenly run around towns hitting people with sticks. All I can say is I am happy to live here!
- In the Czech Republic on Christmas Eve all the unmarried Czech women practice a tradition of fortune telling to predict their relationship status for the next year.
- In Norway it is believed that all witches and evil spirits come out looking for brooms to ride on (a bad omen) on Christmas Eve.
Well, there you have it, no matter what your family traditions are the holidays are a magical time for everyone out there. Happy holidays everyone!