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...
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...