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Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Category: Angels
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Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels

 

Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels | in5d.com | Esoteric, Spiritual and Metaphysical Databaseby Gregg Prescott, M.S.
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A lot of people will have issues either talking about this topic or admitting that angels or spirit guides exist because they need scientific proof and empirical to back up the hypothesis.  According to Lorna Byrne, everybody has a guardian angel regardless of their ethnicity or whether they believe in a higher source of power or not.

Since she was a child, Byrne was given the ability to see guardian angels in everyone. She was also dyslexic and because dyslexia wasn’t recognized when she was a child, she was labeled “mentally retarded”.  Listening to her videos, one can tell she is highly intelligent but dyslexia gives a person the inability to read, write, spell and sometimes, speak.

 

Her truth is in her words and they most certainly resonate with my own beliefs and experiences.

How Can I Tell If My Guardian Angel Is With Me?

As a gnostic, I shy away from religious beliefs but I do believe in guardian angels. There have been times where I’ve asked for guidance from my angel and immediately after asking, I can feel the hair on my arms and head rising, as if I was being hugged by one.

The bottom line is to be open and to ask because they’re with you 24/7/365 and are eagerly waiting to help and guide you in the right direction.

As evidenced by near death experiences, many people have stated on record that they have seen angels and angel-like beings on the other side.  Some even stated that they met their guardian angel.  While there is no other proof other than testimonials and other people’s own experiences, it is up to the viewer to use their own discernment on this subject.

In regard to spirit guides, I have an interesting story to share.  One night, I met one of my spirit guides who introduced herself to me by the name of “Tamra”.  She had a long, flowing white gown with long black hair.  She looked as if she was, perhaps, Mexican or of Spanish descent.

Now, before I go any further, I need to preface this by saying that I was raised in the Catskill Mountains in upstate New York, but for as long as I can remember, I’ve always had an affinity to the ocean and palm trees.

After Tamra introduced herself to me, I was fixated on her name and kept repeating it to myself… “Tamra, Tamra, Tamra…” which shook me out of this dream.

At this point, I was curious to what Tamra means because every name has some sort of meaning, so I went to my computer at 3am and typed in her name.  As it turns out, Tamra means “Palm tree”. 

Now, it all makes sense!

Introverts and Spirituality~ by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Category: PEOPLE
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Introverts and Spirituality

 

by Gregg Prescott, M.S.

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Why do introverts tend to be highly spiritual?

Society dictates that we follow specific images projected by the main stream media, so why do introverts tend to rebel from these stereotypes?

Introverts tend to look within for answers versus having the need for societal approval.  Often, extroverts will view the introvert as being antisocial, stuck up or as loners, but even with these labels, the introvert will stand his or her ground with complete disregard for how others perceive him or her.

If you are an introvert, then you will find complete comfort in solitude.  You often find yourself immersed in deep thought and contemplation.  Your need for approval by others is significantly less than the extrovert as you realize that all answers come from within.

While you may partake on social occasions, you often enjoy simply watching the environment around you versus being the center of attention, which many introverts try to avoid.  On a metaphysical level, the introvert realizes how we are all connected and does not need the external approval and attention that is often sought after by the extrovert.

Approximately 75% of the world are extroverts, which makes the introvert the minority, yet the introvert will not succumb to societal pressure in order to conform.

 

While some introverts may be shy, there is a big difference between shyness and being introverted.  Shyness is a facet of social anxiety and the fear of rejection while being introverted is the ability to be at social function without the need for complete social interaction. For example, if the introvert was at a party, he or she can easily have conversations with many people, but often chooses not to.

The introvert can have extroverted tendencies while still remaining to be an introvert. Many introverts will pick and choose the time and place to be extroverted, such as waiting in line at the grocery store.  In this situation, the conversation is limited and there is no long term commitment to continue the conversation, allowing the introvert to have social interaction without being forced into it. Within minutes, the introvert will once again find the tranquility of being the observer.

Within the solitude, the introvert finds much time to reflect on life.  He or she will have a small group of close friends and will feel comfortable being themselves around these people.

The extrovert will feel uncomfortable when there is a small break in the conversation while the introvert understands that sometimes words do not need to be spoken to appreciate the company of the person they’re with. A hug and a smile speak louder than words for the introvert.

The introvert is amused by the extrovert and will observe their mannerisms. An introvert will tend to be on the outside of a group, looking within.

Introverts prefer to watch, listen and observe and don’t talk very much but when they’re with people they feel close to, they will openly talk to about things that they’re passionate about.

Many people within the spiritual and metaphysical genres are introverts and often look within for answers.  They are more apt to understand the principle of oneness and how we are all connected on a deeper level than the extrovert, who looks for physical approval.

Introverts tend to use the right side of their brain and often are often musically or artistically inclined.  They may also be poets or philosophers and can easily see outside the box.

The introvert will question the origins of what society has told us to be the truth and unlike a scientist, he or she does not need empirical data to maintain his or her own beliefs.  The metaphysical fields often attract the introvert because of this.

Inner reflection is commonly used by the introvert as he or she will look within for answers versus what he or she may have been taught.  The introvert will use discernment as he or she weighs what has been learned externally versus what he or she feels resonates as the truth within.

Introverts are often empaths as well. Their sensitivity to how other people feel tends to be heightened as opposed to the extrovert who is more consumed with how others are perceiving himself or herself.

Extroverts may also be highly spiritual and will display their spirituality more openly than the introvert.  They are easily able to talk to anyone about spiritual and metaphysical topics while the introvert will pick and choose who he or she will talk to about these issues.

The bottom line: despite being only 25% of the population, the introvert will rarely change their attitude or personality to appease others, with the exception of their employment. Many introverts have learned how to be “temporary extroverts” but in the end, their comfort zone brings them back to be an introvert. While society will continue to make the introvert feel like an outcast, the introvert will not be persuaded by peer pressure or conformity in order to appease others because he or she already knows that the truth is within.

 


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7 Steps to Find Your Purpose
Category: SPIRITUALITY
Tags: 7 Steps to Find Your Purpose Gregg Prescott M.S.

 

7 Steps to Find Your Purpose

 

Hopefully, this article will help people find their ideal career while living in a 3d reality.

Here's a little story. when I graduated high school, I went to college and had no idea what I wanted to go for. My parents chose my major...business administration. I hated it. I ended up joining a frat, partied my ass off and was kicked out of college. I ended up going back to college later on in life and graduated with honors for both my BA and Master degrees, but if I had known this beforehand, it could have made my life path come to fruition much earlier.

The whole fraternity gig was pretty cool, though. I learned a lot about freemasonry as one of our traditionals was called (Albert) "Pyke's Peak" and our frat prayer was very similar to the free mason prayer.

If this article helps one person find their direction, then it's all worthwhile. (and no, I wasn't an angel when I was younger....lol)

Gregg

7 Steps to Find Your Purpose | in5d.comBy Estra Roell

As I was driving down the road with my 16 year old son I noticed him more glum than usual.

"What's up?" I ventured.

"I just don't know what to do with my life," he replied. "I don't know what I could possibly do to make a living that I would be good at."

" You'll spend most of your adult life at work," I advised, "so do something you love."

"I don't know what that is. I don't know what I like to do that I could make a living at."

"Well, what I notice is that many times when I come home from work thinking I have groceries I find them missing because you've been cooking for your friends. Every after school job you've had has been in a restaurant and you talked the manager into promoting you from busboy to line cook and you've done really well. Do you think you'd like to be cook?" He brightened and turned to me with an actual smile. "No," he said. "Not a cook. I want to be a chef!"

This boy, who had been a rather bored, lackadaisical high school student went on to culinary school and was one of the top students. He received accolades from his instructors, his original dishes always sold out and he even got excited about the papers he had to write. When you are passionate about what you do, everything changes.

Studies by the research company Harris Interactive have shown that 80% of working Americans don’t enjoy what they do for a living. The highest incidents of heart attacks and suicides are on Monday mornings. Clearly something is missing in the lives of most people.

We all come into this life with a purpose. Each of us has a unique contribution to give to the world and that gift will always be in the form of something we love to do. If you are spending your days out of touch with what you feel most passionate about because you think that's the only way to make a living, you will feel it as stress, boredom, false fatigue, poor health and a general state of unhappiness. How successful do you think you will be under those conditions? Who would you rather do business with or have as an employee--someone who is charged up with enthusiasm for what they are doing or someone who is forcing him or herself through each day?

When you are engaged in work that you are passionate about you are fulfilled. You feel a sense of aliveness, vitality and joy. Your actions come from a sense of inspiration. Many people limit themselves because they don't believe they can make a living from doing what they are naturally drawn to, they feel afraid, they think they lack the necessary skills or they are under pressure from family to take a certain path in life. This is your life and no one else can live it for you. Not only are you healthier and more fulfilled by following your passions, you are actually more attractive to abundance and success. Think of Oprah Winfrey, for example. Her passion was talking to people and look what she did with that!

The first step toward moving in the direction of a purposeful life is to get very clear on what your top passions are. The things that "fire you up" are your clues to your highest purpose and life's work. Think of how you feel as you are preparing to go on vacation. Now think of how you feel as you get up to go to work. Wouldn't it be nice if you felt the same excitement for both?

The answer for my son was right in front of him but he couldn't see it because he wasn't asking the right question. He was trying to figure out what a good job would be that would pay the bills and he might be able to do reasonably well. He wasn't asking himself what it was he really loved. What did he enjoy spending time doing? What fulfilled him? Our highest purpose is not about figuring out what the world needs. It's about what has meaning and is fulfilling for each of us. Sometimes we just need a little help to see what is already within us.

Here is an exercise to help you get started.

Find a quiet place and time when you will not be disturbed. Imagine your life as if you were already living it joyfully and abundantly. Let your imagination flow freely, with no restrictions. Don't judge your answers or limit yourself in any way. This is just you and your imagination. Allow yourself to drill down until you find the things that light the spark for you!

On a sheet of paper answer these questions:

1. What kinds of activities am I engaged in and what skills am I using? Think of anything you enjoy as hobbies or volunteer work such as traveling, gardening, painting, writing, cooking, organizing, being with children, singing, meditating, counseling, working with machines, numbers, exercising, surfing, reading, teaching, woodworking….and so on. Think of things that have always come easily or naturally for you and hold nothing back.

2. Where do you like to spend your time? Are you inside or outside? Do you work from home or in an office? Do you travel for work?

3. Who are you with? Do you prefer to work alone or with others in a team? If you are with others, what kind of temperament do they have?

4. Do you have your own business or work for someone else? If you have a boss, what is his or her management style?

5. How much time do you devote to money making activities and how much time do you have for family and self-renewal?

6. Are there classes you need to take or people already successful in your area of interest that would be willing to mentor you?

7. Ask yourself: Who do I want to be? What kind of person am I and what do I most value?

Now, using the answers from above, imagine your life ten years from today. Imagine you have followed your passions, no matter what obstacles or fears may have appeared to pull you off course. Write a story of your life including all the juicy details and feelings you have as you look back to see all you have accomplished and the person you have become. By always choosing in favor of your passions opportunities have opened up for you in ways you could not have imagined!

Now, write another story, where you allowed fear, excuses or well-meaning family or friends to hold you back. How does that life look and feel?

When you step back from your purpose you not only deny yourself your most joyful life, you deny the world your unique gift. Your purpose could be baking the most delicious cupcakes or making scientific discoveries. All that matters is that it has meaning for you.

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