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My work is influenced by life and nature. Everybody and everything has a story. I look beyond what the eye sees, gaining my inspiration from the life force of the subject. By doing so I am able to access the full picture.
My roles are varied depending on which head I have on. I teach workshops and courses on various subjects, give psychic readings and demonstrations, paint and draw. My passion is writing and I am presently in the process of penning my autobiography.
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When some people enter the psychic world they think it is an easy way to make money They don't realise the path is littered with pain (both physical and emotional), hate, fear, jealousy, deceit, poverty, hard work loneliness, grief and sometimes even danger. If it is not all love and light why do we do it? We do it because there are people out there who really do need help and guidance sometimes these people pay for our services, sometimes they are our one for spirit (our giving back). The sheer joy and elation you feel from helping someone far outweighs all the bad. We are not talking about ego here we are talking about an overwhelming sense of happiness and peace.
In the course of my work I often have information that has been gained through psychic or mediumistic means that needs to be passed on but has to be fine tuned before it is ready to be presented to the appropriate authorities or other parties.
No-one fully understands the sorrow that overwhelms you when you experience …
It's not easy to remain positive when life slaps you in the face but when you are feeling down negativity just makes it worse. I wouldn't expect you to walk around with a 'Cheshire Cat Grin' as people will think you've escaped from the Shining film set or the local asylum. What I am saying is, a good morning or a nice smile could well make someone's day and will certainly make you feel better.
Remaining positive is about trusting that 'the powers that be' will sort things out in a favourable manner.
A tough one. Sounds like a load of rubbish doesn't it? Okay, let's put it in a different way. Briefly, everything is composed of energy; that is, everything is composed of atoms which are made up of protons, neutrons (together called nucleons) and electrons. We were taught from a young age, by the use of magnets, that positive repels positive. If this is the case how does maintaining a positive outlook attract positivity?
Sat here looking out at the garden, with ideas buzzing around my head. Need to practise using the pa equipment and find out the other stuff I need. They so lie when they say this stuff is portable. I love a bit of stress it helps you come up with the best plans. I can't say all is good with the world but while I have ideas then things will work out. My books are selling, slowly but selling. Had three lots of royalties so far, whoopee I can afford breakfast for two at Wetherspoon. Lol. Joking aside I am just grateful that someone appreciates my work and the huge amount of effort that goes into it. I am a very complex person but what you see is what you get, I say it like it is. People either love me or hate me there is no in between. It is no good trying to analyse me as even I don't know what I am about. I love my family, a few good friends and my furry babies and will do anything within my power for them. I enjoy what I do and am happy if it keeps the wolf from the door. I d…
Sunday, March 6. 2016
Well folks this will be a long one (eventually) because everything I have to say about this special little girl will come through the memories of the years we spent together, and this can't be written overnight. The picture below is a watercolour I painted of her.
It was January 1998 when we decided to get another dog. The house had been empty since we lost our rescue German Shepherd, Susie. We thought a a Jack Russell this time; we had had Jacks before and knew what great dogs they were. We found a kennels on the way to Milton Keynes who had one JR puppy left. The owner bought her to show us. She was four months old, a pathetic, nervous little creature that stunk of urine. Apparently the owners son had wanted her but after having her for a few weeks had decided he couldn't cope so she was put back in the kennels for sale. Even if she had been the most awful looking dog in the world I couldn't have left her behind. We said we would take her and the w…