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ARE YOU PSYCHIC OR MAKING IT UP? September 4, 2014

Posted by Carole Lynne in All About Spirit, Author Carole Lynne, Feeling Better, mediumship, practical action, Spirit Communication, Spiritual Awakening, Spiritual Education, Spiritual Priority, Spiritualism Religion, spirituality in action, They Don't Understand, Your Questions About Spirit.
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ARE YOU PSYCHIC BOOK COVER

I wrote this book because many people have called and emailed me about spiritual experiences they are having. Or the loved ones of “emerging psychics” got in touch with me as they were either excited or scared to death by the experiences these emerging psychics were having.  I KNOW that this book will be of great help to anyone having psychic or mediumistic experiences. Click on the book cover, and you will be linked to Amazon where you can read all about this book.

Hope you read it. I wish someone had written this book for me 40 years ago. I could have used it and saved years of anxiety over my psychic gift.

Carole Lynne

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Coping with Grief November 11, 2010

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When a love ones make the transition to the world of spirit, those of us still on the earth plane, experience intense grief.

Grief is one of the hardest things to cope with in life, but cope we must, because as we get older, many people in our lives will enter the world of spirit before we do.  However difficult, there are ways to cope with grief.  Following are some suggestions:

Join a “Grief Group.”  Being with others who are also experiencing grief can be extremely helpful, even though the idea may not be appealing at first. One of my clients said to me “Why do I want to be with all those sad people?” I told her that being with others who are sad would allow her compassion for others to come forward and she would find herself helping others who are in emotional pain.   There is nothing more healing than helping another person.

Invite Distraction:  If you are in emotional pain, you NEED a break. Rent movies, go to a museum or do anything else that will distract you from  your pain. Of course if you watch a movie there will be things that will remind you of the loved one you have lost.  Most likely your relief from  your grief will not be 100%, but right now even 50% relief would be great for you.

Read Positive Books:  While it may make you angry when people suggest that you think positively when you are in grief, that is exactly what you need to do.  Never have you needed positive thinking as much as you do now.  It is only through faith that life will get better someday, that any of us can withstand the heart breaking feelings of grief.  Go to the library, your book shelf or the bookstore and get books by positive authors.  I will suggest one of my book/CD packages that is especially helpful to those in grief. It is called “Heart and Sound.”  Books by Eckhart Tolle will also be good for you at this time.

Know that Life is Eternal: As a psychic medium, I have it proven to me again and again, that when we die, our spirits live on.  Having this knowledge has helped me to understand that my loved ones in the world of spirit are still there for me. I also know they are ok. Those who had cancer do not have cancer anymore. Those who had mental problems, do not have mental problems anymore.  I also know that when it is my time to go to spirit, I will be with my loved ones, and in the meantime, their spirits are around me, watching over me.  If you feel inclined, visit a Spiritualist church as we in the religion of Spiritualism understand that life is eternal and we communicate with those who have passed on. You do not have to be a Spiritualist to attend a service.

Take Extra Care of Yourself: When you are in deep grief, you must do everything you can to take good care of yourself.  This is the time to eat healthy food, exercise and get enough sleep.  Take a look at your schedule and make sure that you have time to do what you need to do for yourself.  Also make time to be with the people you feel comfortable with. In some cases, you may have to take a trip to spend time with a family member or close friend.

Grief is DIFFICULT to cope with and if you want to cope you need to WORK HARD to cope.   You cannot allow yourself to be wrapped in your grief 24/7. Know that your loved one in spirit would not want you to do that.  Our loved ones who have passed on, want us to live happily for the rest of our lives. 

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne

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Coping with Grief June 11, 2010

Posted by Carole Lynne in All About Spirit, Feeling Better, Grief, Love, nature, Spiritual Awakening, Spiritual Priority.
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Let us not be afraid to face our grief.  Grief is no fun: in fact it can make us feel sick to our stomachs, like fainting, and can ruin our lives totally if we do not learn how to cope with it. Just as joy is part of human life: so is grief.  None of us can escape it in our lives and so we must learn how to cope with grief.

As a psychic medium I talk to many people who are in deep grief over the loss of loved ones who have passed on.  Death causes grief for the living and there are also others things that cause grief.  As I look into my own life and the lives of my friends, I find that all of us experience grief over many kinds of situations: divorce, illness, separation, prejudice, lack of understanding among those we love.  The list of the situations that cause deep grief goes on and on. What to do? How to cope? Who to listen to? Does anyone really have the answer on how we can best cope with grief?

In my experience with myself and with others: grief is a very personal and individual matter.  It is not possible to tell someone how to cope with grief.  While suggestions can be made,  there is no one process that will work for everyone. Hopefully grief causes each one of us to searh our souls for the meaning of life.  In the best of times we can look grief straight in the eyes and cope.  Those of us who shove our grief into a place where we cannot feel it, often push all of our other feelings away too, and find ourselves unable to experience much of anything.  While it is not a good idea to dwell on our grief, avoiding it entirely can become an emotional disaster.

My prayer is that each one of us can find ways to share our grief so that we do not have to be alone with it.  My hope is that we can talk to each other and not feel ashamed of feeling sad.  While some of us like to project an attitude that says “I am always happy” in my humble opinion most people who project that attitude are fooling themselves.
They are not facing all of the dimensions of the human experience, and as they push away grief, they may also be pushing many other feelings into the unknown.

Let us face ourselves with our grief and in doing so also find the happiness and joy that comes with honesty.  As we look within we will find all kinds of things and that is what life is all about.

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne

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Grief Prison November 11, 2009

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This is one of a number of posts on grief by Carole Lynne.

Being in grief can be like being in prison.  You can be in grief prison for a year, or become a lifer.  The difference between being in grief prison and prisons for criminals, is that you and I have a certain amount of power over how long we want to be in grief prison. That being said, when we are in the deepest grief, it is not always possible to get out of grief prison quickly, but we do not have to remain there for life either.  It is possible to serve a term in grief prison, and when finished, go back to living a more joyous life.

Some of those in prison for criminals get used to prison life, and when they get out they cannot handle living in the world again. They commit another crime and end up right back in prison.   Some of us in grief prison do the same thing: being unhappy and upset becomes our way of living, the culture we are part of, and as we become comfortable in our life of grief, we cannot find a way to live again without our grief.

It is important we realize that feeling our grief is essential, but staying in grief for the rest of our lives is not.

Each one of us is an individual and the way we feel, express and cope with grief is based on our unique personalities. We must take the time we need to grieve, but eventually learn how to leave the road of grief and walk the road of joy again.   Unlike prisoners, we do not have to be suddenly released back into the life of freedom.  Even while we are in grief prison, we can start preparing for the times we will not be in grief all the time. We can take an hour each day to focus on something other than our grief.  Even buying a flower and gazing at it for fifteen minutes, can bring  joy.  If we can find ways to experience joy even while in grief, it will be so much easier to eventually find our way back to living a life of joy.

 

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne

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Grief My Own Way November 7, 2009

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While others can counsel us and try to help us cope with grief, ultimately we all have  to cope with grief in our own way and on our own timetable.   For instance,  there are people who after the passing of a loved one, mourn deeply for several years, while others are in such shock that they do not even begin to feel the pain until the loved one has been gone for at least a year.  Each one of us grieves on a unique individual time-table.

People also react differently to the loss of a loved one.  Some people who lose a spouse or partner, want to become involved in another relationship within a year after the passing of a loved one. Other people do not ever want to become involved in a serious relationship again.  And there are those who need to wait five years or more before entering a new relationship. 

As a psychic medium, I speak with many in grief, and one woman who had lost her husband, complained to me that her friends were trying to push her into dating, when she had no interest in being in another relationship.  “Why do I have to marry again?” she lamented.  “I had a wonderful marriage and I can never replace that relationship with another. I want to spend the rest of my life visiting members of my family and doing charity work. What is wrong with that?” 

Yet another woman spoke to me about how lonely she was, and how important it was to her to start dating. She was fearful that her husband’s spirit would not approve if she remarried.   Ultimately this woman was able to move through her grief and reach a point where she could begin to date without feeling guilty. 

If you have lost a spouse or partner, it is up to you at to whether you want a to pursue another relationship. No matter what you do, some will be critical of you either because you DO date or you DON’T date.  So do not bother to make your decision to fit the needs of other people.  Do what you need to do.

The truth is that each of us is an individual. We do not look the same, we do not have the same talents or the same dispositions. Why should we expect to grieve in the same way?  For some of us it will take a short time to get over the loss of a loved one, and some of us will never get over our grief.  Some of us after the loss of a significant other will want a new relationship and some of us will never want another relationship.  Let us know our own needs and follow our own hearts without letting a list of “shoulds” make our grief even more difficult to bear.  

If you are in grief, get the help from others that you need. But allow yourself to grieve on your own time-table and in your own way.

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne

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