Here in Hollister, California the weather has been hot during the day, but very fall-like in the evening. I love that nip in the air. I love the fresh smells.
A few posts back I was whining about my chronic depression. Poor me! Waaah! I just need a hug. Well, I needed something, in any case. The Universe provided it.
A few weeks ago, I was looking for a book in my library when an unwanted book fell out. It was a few years old, the edge of the paper had begun to brown. The title was “Another Door Opens.”
I didn’t remember when or how I got this book. I had a sneaky feeling that an unknown force, the Universe perhaps, was messaging me. “Hey dummy, here’s a book you need to read. Get on it.” I did.
The book was about psychic power and communing with the dead. But it was more than that. It also contained a lot of practical advice on how to be happier, how to deal with depression. It talked about soul-paths, and how it is up to you to change your path to a better one.
“Finding your path” is figuring out what you should be doing in life to maximize your potential, your purpose, your happiness. How do you find out about psychic stuff? Consult a lady with a kerchief on her head and a crystal ball? No. You meditate a lot. And read more about developing your psychic powers, which sounds a lot more occult and weird than it really is. Mostly your psychic power is your intuition, your effective care, feeding and use of your subconscious mind.
Sure, psychic power can include psychokinesis, moving things with your mind, mental telepathy, distant viewing, dream interpretation, extra-sensory perception, or ESP. The psychic skill that impresses me most, and one I would like to have, is the ability to hold an object — an old pocket watch perhaps, and sense important facts and details about the person who owned it.
Depressed? Get on the path, dude. Don’t know what or where your path is? Put it out into the Universe. Show me the way, great Cosmos! My mind is open to it.
I am managing my mental states better after receiving this information. I just read a fairly technical book on “Developing Your Psychic Powers.” It also stresses regular meditation as the means to increase these natural abilities.
I have another book that I will start soon, it is called “The Only Psychic Power Book You’ll Ever Need.” It should be interesting.
We all have psychic experiences now and then, though we may not recognize them as such. I will relate some of my own in future posts.