It’s been awhile since my last post, so I thought I’d share my day at a local mystic faire with you. Have you ever gone to one? It was the first time I’d ever been and I’m not sure why it took me so long, it was so much fun!
Some things of particular interest there were crystal skulls (above); Rods of Isis (which got super warm when my mom held them and freezing cold when I did. Not sure what that meant); a Tibetan bowl demonstration that we put our feet into while the energy sound healer made it sing. (It actually made me lightheaded); every flavor of gorgeous crystals you could imagine and of course… a pet psychic!
I couldn’t bring myself to talk to the pet psychic because I’m too emotional to handle thinking about the dogs I’ve lost in a public setting. I know… I’m a big chicken. I did, however, try a palm reading. She was pretty amazing.
First, did you know that the lines on your palm are always changing? I didn’t! She said you can make a print of your palm and then watch how the lines change over time. Anyway, the first thing she told me was never to move away from water because my soul needed to be by water. Yeah, I already learned that lesson and found happiness when I moved back to Florida.
I won’t go into all the personal things but I will just say that besides telling me basic things like how many children I had, that I was a writer, etc. she read a very specific event that threw my entire twenties into turmoil. She almost had to pick me up off the floor, I was so shocked. I still get chills when I think about her knowing such a specific thing about me. So, now I’m a believer in the art of palm reading. Or at least in this particular woman’s art.
Oh, I also brought home this gorgeous necklace!
I have no issues with psychics, energy healers, shamans, etc. After all, everything is energy so it makes sense to me there would be individuals who are sensitive to more subtle forms of it.
What about you? Have you had an experience with any psychics, palm readers, etc.? Please share!
Oh, Oh! *raising hand and doing Rorshack imitation* I wanna go! That sounds like so much fun.
I wonder how many more decades it will be before scientists figure out how these kinds of energies work?
Well, I don’t think it’s high on their priority list unfortunately. 🙂
I had a tarot card reading once that was also interesting. It wasn’t until months after the reading that I realized something had happened that was predicted. I didn’t know what it meant at the time and when it happened I didn’t associate the two things, but later, I went – holy cow! That’s what that card meant!
I was leaving on a trip – a solo vacation, which I’d never done before – so I had a friend of mine do a tarot card reading. She mentioned that one of the cards had to to with a man but she couldn’t specify what it meant. I did meet a guy on the trip, but he was actually kind of annoying. I couldn’t shake him (I was on a river boat so it’s not like he was stalking me or anything – we just kept running into each other). I realized that “he” was “the man” from the card reading. Strange.
Anyway, I like this kind of thing, too. Always interesting to me. I’m glad you had a good time and experienced some of the fun.
w/a Jansen Schmidt
Creepy about the man. I notice this a lot with people…like I’ll see the same stranger in two different places in one day. It makes me wonder if we are supposed to meet. Or maybe be did in an alternate universe. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, Patricia.