It almost felt like those things were just waiting for the right time to be unleashed. Apparently the time is now. I mentioned in my Facebook group that my head was buzzing so hard while I was writing that last post that I had to get up and walk around the house for a little bit. I hadn’t experienced an energy surge like that since my QHHT regression session.
What does that mean? I’m not really sure, other than I suspect big things are on the horizon. Good things. Because I’m not a fearmonger. 🙂
Third order of business…the actual content of today’s post:
I was thinking the other day that anyone who is just reading my blog here probably doesn’t know a whole lot about me other than what you’ve read on my about page, which doesn’t even really talk about me at all. I suppose I did it that way on purpose because I don’t really like talking about myself, but, I suppose part of the allure of becoming addicted to a blog is actually getting to know the person who’s writing it, yes?
With that in mind, here’s a few of the questions I’ve been asked on multiple occasions, which may be things that you’ve wondered yourself.
What’s your background?
I have a degree in Journalism from the world’s foremost and oldest journalism school. “Ahah!” You may be thinking, “That’s why you’re a good writer!” Well, maybe… but I was in the advertising sequence and I only really had to take one course that required me to write. 🙂 I’m horrible at English, I can’t diagram a sentence to save my life and I’m lucky I can remember the difference between a noun and an adjective. What’s a predicate? (Seriously… I don’t remember.)
The mechanics of writing, for me, have always been based on, “This sounds correct.” That’s how I passed the grammar test to get INTO Journalism school and that’s how I live my life. lol
I did, however, receive training in several required journalism areas such as the basics of journalism and journalistic principles (you know – how to fact check and find sources, investigative journalism, and photography).
In addition to that bachelors degree, I also minored in sociology, which may not surprise you given my fascination with the way humans behave with one another. I also dabbled a bit in psychology but that was self-taught through reading after I graduated. Yes, my idea of entertaining books to read from age 22-25 were non-fiction psychology books. And then I found the Twilight series and my brain has been mush ever since.
Ok but what ARE you, really?
For some reason people want to look to people with special labels like they’re somehow more “in the know” than anyone else, like, “I’m a channeler.” “I’m an empath.” “I’m a starseed, an indigo, an incarnate angel….” blah blah blah.
None of these labels really mean anything to me, I’m still going to be who I am and do what I do regardless of whether or not I am aware that I am a Starseed or the 333rd incarnation of an ancient Atlantian priest named Subadabah – or whatever. But if you REALLY want to know…
I’ve been told I’m an Indigo. And a Pleiadian. I’ve got some nifty crystals somebody gave to me (because she said I was Pleiadian and only Pleiadian people get to have them) which you can read about here. I’ve spent time in Lemuria and/or Atlantis as well as ancient Egypt. I was a crystal master in one of those lives (whatever that means).
None of it means much to me. It’s not important. And it doesn’t make me better than anyone else, or any more connected to universal knowledge than anyone else. You’ve all been these things at some point in your past or your future. We’re all pieces of the same whole. You don’t need to be an incarnate angel to feel good about yourself and neither do I. You’re special just the way you are. Believe me, you are.
What are your abilities?
I always think it’s funny when people ask me this question, because most of the time they are asking it with a hint of suspicion. I often want to reply, “What? I can’t just be intelligent and speak from my own experience? It has to be channeled from some woo woo guru spirit guide with an unpronounceable name or some alien collective in another dimension in order for you to trust it?” Don’t even get me started on the irony in that shit…
I have almost every claire there is. I suppose you could say I get mixed-media messages. Words, phrases, still images, moving visions, downloads, gut feelings, physical sensations, and even occasionally a phantom smell.
Are you a medium?
I have mediumistic capabilities and experiences but I have absolutely no desire to run around chatting with rando spirits or channel someone’s dead aunt Ida. It’s just not my schtick. So no, I don’t call myself a medium.
Do you channel?
But yes. A lot of the things that I write ARE channeled from my spirit team (which I jokingly refer to as the “A-team”). Who’s on that team? The fuck if I know. lol I had one guide for a while that I used to talk to directly who called himself Bill. Bill and I had lots of discussions as I was learning (er-rather, remembering) things.
Then a new guy came along – felt a little higher up than Bill – by the name of Nathan and I started downloading a lot of things about religion. Then came the big guy – the Mountain, as I’ve named him after a George R. R. Martin character, because he appeared to me in a dream as talking mountain. Who else is up there? I don’t even know. I don’t attempt to identify them individually anymore, it doesn’t really matter. They’re a conglomerate and an aspect of my higher self. The info is what’s important.
Do you do readings?
I do personal development readings and dream interpretations as they relate to personal development. I have no interest in channeling someone or telling people their future, and neither of those (in most cases) are very helpful for your personal development, which is the realm in which I prefer to play.
You can always count on me to be the asshole who gives you a reality check instead of telling you what you want to hear.
Sometimes personal development involves giving people a good, swift kick in the ass. That, I can do. 🙂
I’ve always had a natural talent for cutting through all the bullshit and honing in on the real issue. Sometimes that makes people uncomfortable. But we all know why it’s good to be uncomfortable in these kinds of situations…
I know what my purpose is. It’s to push people out of their comfort zone, stretch the limits of their minds and allow room for some of that consciousness to expand. Some people don’t like that. They’re comfortable where they are. They don’t want to grow. Well, I’ve got some bad news for them. It’s kinda, sorta the whole reason they came here…
Dun dun DUNNNN!
But they’ll figure that out, sooner or later. In the meantime, for those of you who like hanging out with me here, we’ll keep kicking ass and taking names.
My first reaction to the reading was WOW. Your words captured a theme woven into my life right now. The reading has emboldened me to take back my power and inspired me to research some books, get back to meditating and provided a focus.Dina