The purpose of this little exercise is to receive some insight about yourself. The idea is to simply choose what colour is really standing out for you in the picture. It is important to go with the one that grabs your attention and not necessarily the colour you like. You need to be honest with yourself and perhaps these little insights might help you discover what area you need to be paying attention to, working on and/or healing.
Of course, each colour has its own meaning, but should not be able to choose just one then you can take the meanings of each separate colour and combine their meanings. The meanings will be given in order from top to bottom as represented in the picture.
This chakra represents the area where we connect fully spiritually and is the conduit between our physical self and the universe. If this area was the one you chose, then you may be having some concerns around beauty/self-image and what it really means to you. This...
When I awoke this morning, I noticed my little man (who is six), lying there in between my wife and me. He has developed the habit of jumping into our bed in the early hours of the morning. Now I confess I am always at odds with myself about this habit. On one hand I believe that we need to get firm and puts the boundary in place to stop him from doing it so often. Then on the other I cannot help looking at his beautiful innocent little sleeping face and start to question just how many more mornings are we going to have like this? To me those are the moments that we must not take for granted. After all, when he does wake, we have the most spell bounding conversations.
Take for instance the other morning when we all started to wake. We laid there and he places one hand around my wife, one hand around me, pats us lightly as he looks up at the ceiling and softly says, “Ahhhh…my family. Love you mumma. Love you Dadda.” How could that not just melt your heart? Shortly...
Which card are you drawn to?
Take a deep breath and clear your mind. Have a look at the cards and pick one. Remember do not overthink it! What's the first one? Stick with that and do not change your mind. It is very important to be honest with yourself.
Here are the meaning of each card. Hopefully you will find insightful and helpful.
This card represents aspects of loss, regret and sorrow. These emotions arise more when we have high hopes and anticipation in area of our life, and these do not come to fruition. As the card shows there is a lady that is clutching onto what is broken and is already lost. If this card was calling you may be experiencing these emotions. What it is really asking you to do is not to dwell on what you have lost but recognize that the situation and feelings are what they are. Once you can accept what has happened only then can you start the process of overcoming the hardships and misfortunes you may have experienced.
To put it simply...
We are all feeling the affects of the current COVID-19 outbreak and there are certainly some more affects to follow in the coming months. While this is obvious, I wanted to talk to you about the not so obvious opportunities that these uncertain times may present. These include letting go of what is no longer serving you and watching old behavioural patterns.
It is amazing how many people have said 2020 is going to be the year. Well it certainly is, just not in the way people were hoping and thinking. I have always said it’s not going to be 2020, but 2021 that is going to be the year were everything is going to become crystallized and we can really feel the harmony of the energy moving us into this new decade. There have been a few key messages that Spirit have been relaying over the past few months and these are very much in line with the events that surround us now.
If you have been following me for a while you might recall a Facebook live feed just after Christmas...
As you can imagine the subject of grief is something I am asked about on a regular basis. I guess you could say it’s part of the job description really, it comes with the territory. But what if I told you grief could be the very thing shutting down that longed for connection with your loved one?
There’s no doubt about it – grief is a bitch! OK. Grief is a really tough emotion to deal with because it never really goes away. That’s the really hard part.
The way I visualise grief myself is that it’s like a great big hallway with many doors. These doors represent the myriad of memories you have of your loved one. It’s a bit of a gamble when you open one of these doors because you never really know how you are going to feel. You may open one door and feel happy and be able to smile at the memory, while another door on another day could be so painful you dissolve into tears.
So, there’s no doubt it’s a tricky thing to deal with.
Are you ready for this? There is a little more going on here than normal so pay attention and read till the end.
Carefully take note of all eight cards. Now you need to choose the one that is really grabbing you. Not necessarily the one you like, but the one your eyes keep being drawn to for whatever reason.
Got that? Good. ……..Now write that one down.
You now need to find an opposite. Read carefully…..if in the First part you chose a 1 card (numbers at the bottom of each card) you now need to choose a 10 (X) card. Or vice-versa if you chose an X card you now need to choose a 1 card.
When choosing the second card it be aware that your second card does NOT have to be the same type (ie does not have to be 1 & X cups. Could be 1 coins & X wands).
That’s how you start yourself off with this reading now let’s look at the results and meanings.
Below you will see the individual meanings which you will get to in a moment, but before...
Some of you may recall way back in July, Joshua Fox from The Daily Mail interviewed me to get my take on an intriguing story surrounding David Campbell’s four-year-old son Billy who believed he was Diana, the “People’s” Princess who died in a car accident in 1997.
David Campbell, son of legendary Jimmie Barnes, went public with the story in the Sunday Telegraph’s Stellar Magazine, explaining that his son Billy first identified as Diana when he was two years old. The little boy had apparently pointed at a photograph of Diana and said, ‘Then one day the sirens came and I wasn’t a princess anymore’.
Since the news of that story and the subsequent interview broke, I’ve been meaning to put a few words together on the subject of psychic kids. It’s one of these topics I actually get asked about quite a lot.
People want to know, how they can tell whether their kid is psychic, or what they should do if they...
For those of you who saw those news headlines this week about David Campbell and his four-year old son’s claims that he was the reincarnation of Princess Diana, you may find you’ve been left with more questions than answers.
David Campbell, son of legendary Jimmie Barnes, went public in the Sunday Telegraph’s Stellar Magazine on Sunday, explaining that his son Billy first identified as Diana when he was two years old. The little boy had apparently pointed at a photograph of Diana and said, ‘Then one day the sirens came and I wasn’t a princess anymore’.
Joshua Fox from the Daily Mail contacted me for my take on the story – and you can read that interview here.
So – reincarnation – what’s it all about? Could this story actually be...
It’s finally here!
My book ‘Searching Spirit’ is out now! A lifetime in the making and a year to write. Boy I can’t tell you how good it felt to finally hold a preview copy in my hands.
So what’s it about I hear you say? Well here’s an excerpt taken from the back of the book blurb …
“Peter Williams has always had a searching spirit. He had a growing awareness of something else out there, another layer beyond his understanding; he had to know more. As a teenager, he turned to the Internet seeking answers to other worldly questions. That’s where his search began and he had his first connections with spirit, a connection that set Williams on a path of learning as an attentive student of spirit.
In Searching Spirit, Williams chronicles his life story, telling how many years later, while pursuing his teaching ambitions in Japan, a cataclysmic event shook the foundations of his world to reveal the true nature of the...
This is one question that I have been asked a lot recently and is a very common one when you work in this profession so I thought it best that I share my thoughts on this topic and try to explain it so one might have a better understanding.
The short answer to this question is obviously answering in terms of a time frame, but while I will address this I will also cover other areas that can have an affect on your loved ones ability to communicate with you once they have passed over.
An absolute minimum time you should wait before seeking to communicate with your passed loved one is 3 months! However, it would be wise to try and wait for 6 months.
Whilst there is nothing to say that your loved one is not around immediately after their passing, it is important to allow them time to adjust to their new surroundings. Some of my clients have been very fortunate to have their loved ones come...