Which NEW star sign are YOU?

Here at Psychic Future HQ we are all astounded to find out that we now have different star signs to the ones we were originally born with… NASA’s recent astronomical calculations have changed our approximately 2,000-year old astrological signs, including an already-existing yet long-forgotten 13th star sign! Around 86% of our current population is now under the influence of a different star sign.

The scientific reason for this breakthrough discovery and changes is due to the fact that today’s sky is very different to the existing sky that of a millennia ago. The axis of the Earth points in a different direction now, hence our traditional astrological signs are a month out.

Laurie Cantillo of the Planetary Exploration, Heliophysics department, told the BBC that: “We didn’t change any zodiac signs, we did the math. NASA reported that because the Earth’s axis has changed, the constellations are no longer in the same place they were thousands of years ago.”

NASA’s Space Place started a heated debate on the differences between astrology and astronomy, saying how astrology is a relic of ancient history, whilst astronomy is based on the observation of the skies using scientific methods and mathematical calculations.

 

3,000 Years of Looking Up

 

Thousands of years ago, human civilization lacked the knowledge and tools to fully understand the movement of the Sun, the stars, and the Earth as we do today; they didn’t realise the Universe was as vast. Nevertheless, they were extremely interested in observing the changes taking place in the sky, and made extensive efforts to make sense of it.

By then, we had already understood that the stars and constellations had a very important impact on our daily lives, using them to explain mythical stories about our ancestors and Gods, according to these stories there were in fact 13 constellations.

The Babylonian people already had a 12 month calendar that was based on the Moon’s phases. To work out a systematic division of the Zodiac, they looked up at the belt of the heavens monitoring the Earth’s orbit around the Sun. It seemed to pass the 12 constellations, so they decided to ignore the 13th ‘Ophiuchus’, to be able to equally assign one constellation per lunar month.

 

Discover your NEW sign below!!

Capricorn: Jan 20 – Feb 16

Aquarius: Feb 16 – March 11

Pisces: March 11 – April 18

Aries: April 18 – May 13

Taurus: May 13 – June 21

Gemini: June 21 – July 20

Cancer: July 20 – Aug 10

Leo: Aug 10 – Sept 16

Virgo: Sept 16 – Oct 30

Libra: Oct 30 – Nov 23

Scorpio: Nov 23 – Nov 29

Ophiuchus: Nov 29 – Dec 17

Sagittarius: Dec 17 – Jan 20

 

 

 

Celebrating Your Inner Light With Diwali

Diwali (pronounced Divali) is a five-day festival celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains and is one of the most significant annual festivals in Indian culture.  The word Diwali originates from the Sanskrit word Deepaval and translates as ‘festival of lights’. The festival coincides with the Hindu New Year and usually takes place sometime between the middle of October and middle of November, with the day of Diwali celebrated on the third day of the festival.

This spiritual time of year can have an effect on many people’s path. To help us with our readings we took a deeper look into what the festival means.

Why is Diwali celebrated?

Historically Diwali symbolises the victory of good over evil and is celebrated by individuals and whole communities. There are many legendary victorious folklore tales that have been passed down through generations and families that suggest the origins of Diwali. The most popular story dates back to the 15th century BC and tells of Lord Rama and his wife Sita, returning to their kingdom from exile, after defeating the demon King Ravanna.

How is Diwali celebrated?

During Diwali – the festival of lights – millions of people attend firework displays and celebratory prayer events throughout the world. Homes are cleaned and decorated with traditional earthen divas (candle lamps) and colourful rangoli art – folk art patterns made on the floor using coloured powder or rice. The rangoli designs are made to encourage the Goddess Lakshmi –  the goddess of wealth, and the principle deity associated with the religious  festival – to enter the home.

A delicious feast is prepared and shared with family and friends. As Diwali is all about celebrating harmony arguments and conflicts are settled at this time. Prayers are offered to Goddess Lakshmi so that she may provide assistance in cultivating the spiritual wealth of compassion, kindness and forgiveness throughout the New Year.

 

Celebrate Your Inner Light!

 

The festival of lights, which takes place during Diwali around October/ November, is the perfect time to reflect on your inner light. You do not have to be religious to celebrate your own innate brilliance or to shine your light with compassion and kindness in your heart.

 

During Diwali reflect on your thoughts, words and deeds over the past year and acknowledge how you can improve negative aspects of your behaviour, prejudices and habits. By gaining a better understanding of your self you can begin the process of personal transformation. Reflect on how you can be more loving, respectful and kind, and also how you can assist others to help them shine their own light in the world.

 

How To Shine Your Light Brightly

Celebrate Diwali in your own personal way by meditating on your unique innate brilliance and goodness. Light a candle and gaze at the flame for a few minutes. Breathe deeply to relax and connect with your inner light. Allow your heart to open fully as you embrace your inner light and invite it to shine brightly.

Recite a prayer in English, or a Vedic or Sanskrit chant. Prayer is a powerful way of increasing your spiritual vibration and is also a great way to make a commit to yourself.

Identify some simple ways in which you can share your light and spiritual wealth with others. Acknowledge your personal qualities that nurture your light and the qualities that dull its brilliance. Commit to letting go of negative qualities – such as greed, laziness and anger. Cultivate and nurture positive qualities of compassion, generosity, love and kindness throughout the New Year. Call our spiritual readers to help you identify your unique qualities.

 

Halloween Traditions around the World

Halloween is celebrated around the world, with each country having their own interpretations, see a fascinating list below of a few countries of how Halloween is celebrated and how each country see it as.

England

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‘Trick or treating’ was known as ‘Mischief Night’ …

At one point in time children would carve designs on large beetroots and carry them through the streets singing and knocking door to door asking for money. Turnip Lanterns were seen to protect homes from the spirits so many rural areas would place them on their gateposts.

American ‘trick or treating’ has become popular in England in recent years and has become a popular passtime.

Ireland

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It is believed that this is the birthplace of Halloween, its origins stemming from ancient Celtic and Pagan rituals and a festival called Samhain, or Samhuinn (end of the light half of the year) that took place thousands of years ago.  Bonfires were lit and the children would dress up in costumes to spend the evening trick or treating. After this most people would attend parties with their neighbours and friends were games such as ‘snap – apple’ were played amongst other games.

France

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France is one of the nations in the world that Halloween is not celebrated this is because they want to honour the dead and departed ancestors. It was seen as an “American” holiday and was virtually unknown in the country until 1996. A combination of the French love of parties, fete’s and costume events, and some simple crass commercialism has led to the rapid rise of the holiday in France.

Germany 

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In the 1990s ‘Halloween auf Deutsch’ became popular. Decorating starts mid-October and Halloween is used as a party theme. Martinstag is celebrated on 11 November and includes lantern processions and costumes.

Mexico, Latin America & Spain

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El Dia De Los Muertos, a joyous celebration in memory of family members and friends who have died. It’s a 3 day celebration and it is believed that the Gates of Heaven open up at midnight 31st October and the souls of children return to Earth to be reunited with their families. Nov. 2 souls of adults come down to join in celebration.

Canada

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Around the 1800s is when Halloween celebrations began, this is because of the Scottish and Irish immigrants who moved over. Just like the US, Canada celebrate Halloween on 31st October with decorations, trick or treating, and many themed parties.

Korea

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Korea has a harvest festival called Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), as Halloween is not celebrated. They would also visit places where their ancestors used to live and feast on traditional foods.

Romania

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People flock to Bran Castle in Transylvania to celebrate Halloween where tours and parties are held, and many believe that Bran Castle’s resident was Vlad ‘The Impaler’ Tepes.

China

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Celebrated on 14th August, China have their own Hungry Ghost Festival. Buddhist Chinese belief, the dead are said to return to earth during the 7th month of the lunar calendar. The name for the festival derives from the belief that the ghosts without a proper funeral tribute are said to be very hungry from their journey back to earth. Family members would proper a giant feast  on their night of return. This legend is celebrated through most parts of Eastern Asia, such as China, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia.

It is common for people who celebrate this festival to give many offerings to the dead. “Hell money,” which is a fake bank note made out of paper, is burned, as well as other papier-mâché creations of modern objects, such as cars, houses, clothes, and TVs, in hopes that the deceased can use them and be comfortable in the afterlife. Two weeks after the night of the festival, lanterns are set up at homes and are floated on rivers to help guide the dead back to their afterlife.

Sweden

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‘Alla Helgons Dag’ known as All Saints Day. Unlike the UK, in Sweden Alla Helgons Dag is celebrated for a whole week, from 31st Oct – 6 Nov. Within that week of celebrations the first Saturday of November known as ‘red day’ is where work days are shortened to allow people to visit their loved ones that have passed away.

 

 

Everything You Need To Know About The Day Of The Dead

The Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) is Mexico’s most famous holiday celebration. The annual event takes place on November 1st  and 2nd and coincides with the Catholic holidays – All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. The celebration remembers and honours loved ones who have passed, and it is considered to be a joyous time.

As mediums and clairvoyants, the team at Psychic Future were naturally interested in the event, here’s what we found out.

Origins

The Dia de los Muertos is celebrated throughout Mexico and originated centuries ago. The day hounours pre-Hispanic indigenous and Spanish Catholic beliefs and is widely celebrated. Traditionally, November 1st honours dead children and infants, and November 2nd  is the day for paying respect to deceased adults.

 

Many people around the world are drawn to the concept and imagery of the Mexican Day of the Dead, and the traditional continues to gain in popularity. The Day of the Dead is celebrated throughout Latin America, some parts of South America and the Caribbean. Many other countries celebrate their own version of the day that honours the dead.

 

Rituals

 

As an important annual event a lot of time and money is invested in the paying of respects. Preparation can take days and weeks. The celebrations take place in both public and private spaces, and street parties, parades and festivals are commonplace. The most popular places to celebrate are the home and graveyards.

 

In the home the ritual involves creating altars to honor the deceased loved ones. Gifts are placed on the altar along with photographs, flowers and candles. At the graveyard, families tend to the graves of their departed and decorate them with candles, flowers, photographs and food and drink. All-night graveside vigils are held and stories about the deceased are shared.

Sugar skulls are a hugely popular symbol that represents the celebrations and rituals of the Day of the Dead, and are decorated with traditional folk art. Each colourful sugar skull represents a departed soul and their name is usually written on the forehead. The skull is then placed on the altar or gravestone to honour the return of the spirit.

 

Beliefs

 

The Day of the Dead is a joyous annual event that is celebrated out of love and commitment to loved ones. The day allows the dead to live again and during the two-day celebrations it is believed that the departed return to their loved ones on earth to rejoice. The celebration is a way of retaining a loving connection and of honouring the unseen world.

 

Mexican culture is rife with folk tales and myths and some of these stories warn about what happens if spirits of ancestors are neglected and forgotten on the Day of the Dead. Whilst the occasion is supposed to be joyous, some people celebrate this holiday out of superstition and fear that a neglected spirit will return and seek vengeance.

 

How To Honour Your Loved Ones

 

Remembering loved ones should be a joyous experience. Building an altar and decorating it with special mementos, photographs, flowers and candles allows you to have a special place where you can sit and recall memories and stories. This special place can be kept private or shared with family and friends of your dearly departed.

Alternatively, Psychic Future offer a range of services including our clairvoyant readings and Tarot Card readings which can help you connect with the other side. You can find a psychic that fits your needs by browsing their profile and connecting today.

Hosting Ideas for a quirky Halloween Party

From clairvoyant readings to spooky Halloween parties.

Contrary to what some people may think, trick or treating Halloween is not just for kids! October 31 is the annual event of the year when adults can dress up outrageously and get all spooky.

Activity Idea 1: Host a Clairvoyant Reading

If you’ve got a few friends that are interested in connecting with the dead, what better night to do it than Halloween. Clairvoyant readings will help you connect with significant people in your life that you have lost and can provide you with a special experience that you will remember.

If you don’t want to make the expensive outlay of hiring a private clairvoyant reading for your event, why not connect with Psychic Future and get a phone reading. You can put your phone on loudspeaker and gather round as if you were conducting a seance. Our clairvoyants offer a personal experience and you can find the best one for your Halloween get together by reading reviews and profiles before you connect.

 

Activity Idea 2: Contemporary Style

Decorate your home and body with creative and original designs. Take inspiration from American style Halloween, and don’t limit yourself to dressing up as a witch, ghost or zombie. Indulge in decadence and dress up as a famous celebrity, historical legend, or in a unique and unusual outfit that gets you noticed.

Instead of the traditional Jack-o’lantern pumpkins use bones, feathers, candles and other items to decorate your home. Serve up themed libations for your Halloween party guests to enjoy. Concoct a powerful and wicked brew, plus alcoholic and non-alcoholic themed cocktails. Choose a grown-up party theme – New Orleans voodoo, Zombie Apocalypse or Masked ball – and create an unforgettable contemporary style Halloween night.

Activity Idea 3: Parlour Games

Invite some friends to join you for a spooky night of divination game playing activity. Once the highlight of any Victorian Halloween party, divination games that are aimed at predicting the future are fun and remain popular today. Tarot card readings have been historically used throughout the centuries, and are the perfect tool for a cosy and chilling supernatural night in. Determine how you will use the cards – a three-card spread is ideal – and take turns asking questions and interpreting the symbolic answers.

Set up a selection of ‘alternative’ style parlour games for your party guests to try out. Psychic tools like oracle cards, runes, crystal balls, I Ching coins, dowsing rods and pendulums will intrigue and delight your friends. Don’t forget to serve up a cup of tea so that you can read the leaves!

Activity Idea 4: Themed Dinner Party

Explore the mysteries and magic of another culture by hosting a Mexican themed Day Of The Dead dinner party for friends. Forget the usual eyeball stew and gory dessert, and cook up some traditional Mexican cuisine. Make your own personalised invitations and create the perfect ambience by decorating your room with festive paper garlands and (papel picado) paper cutouts. Don’t forget to serve up the classic spicy chocolate Mole sauce!

Set up an altar and place an arrangement of fresh flowers, fruits, corn, candles or incense, and traditional sugar skulls on top. Position photographs of deceased relatives in pride of place on the altar, so that you can remember and honour them throughout the authentic celebration.

Activity Idea 5: Halloween Movie Night

Who doesn’t love a scary fright night movie? For the ultimate night in choose your favourite horror movie and theme your Halloween party accordingly. Take inspiration from Scary Movie, The Shining, Psycho, The Evil Dead, The Wicker Man, Scream etc. Alternatively, you can indulge your love of this spine-chilling film genre by showing a selection of blood-curdling and haunting movies throughout the night. Match your snacks and food to the films for an added ghoulish thrill factor.

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The Health Benefits Of Pumpkin Seeds

Halloween is the main time of year that many people go anywhere near a pumpkin. The over-sized orange vegetable is usually carved up into a Jack-o’-lantern to celebrate Halloween.

The humble pumpkin is a member of the squash family and has a thick shell, pulp flesh and seeds. Believe it or not, it’s the edible seeds that are packed full of valuable nutrients, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Eating even a small amount provides you with a substantial quantity of healthy fats, magnesium and zinc, and many health benefits.

Snacking That Is Good For You

Pumpkin seeds are flat and asymmetrically oval, and light green in colour, once the white hull is removed. The nutritious seeds can be bought shell-free for convenience. An ounce of pumpkin seeds is packed with protein, magnesium, antioxidants, potassium, vitamin B2, folate, polyunsaturated fatty acids and healthy fats, and is around 151 calories. They can be munched straight from the pack, or incorporated into your diet in a variety of tasty ways.

Sprinkling pumpkin seeds over your food offers many health benefits:

Good Mood Enhancer

Pumpkin seeds are full of magnesium, which can help to reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression. The high magnesium source is also beneficial in preventing migraines and headaches. If you suffer from menopausal hot flushes, pumpkin seeds can help to reduce the symptoms.

Reduced Cancer Risks

The compounds found in pumpkin seeds have been shown to help to fight certain types of cancer. Research shows that diets that are rich in pumpkin seeds are associated with lower levels of stomach, breast, lung, prostate, and colon cancers.

Heart Health

The nutrients in pumpkin seeds can help to keep your heart healthy, as they are beneficial in reducing blood pressure and increasing good cholesterol.

Lower Blood Sugar

The high magnesium content of pumpkin seeds is thought to be responsible for having a positive effect on diabetes. Supplementing your diet with pumpkin seeds can help to reduce high blood sugar levels.

Healthy Weight Maintenance

If you love to snack, pumpkin seeds are a great source of fibre and take longer to digest. This means that you feel full after munching on a handful of pumpkin seeds and no longer crave other snacks.

Promotes Hair Growth

Pumpkin seeds contain Vitamin C and cucurbitin, a unique amino acid that helps to promote hair health and growth.

All Round Beauty Booster

The vitamins A and E, along with zinc and magnesium that is contained in pumpkin seeds, are beneficial to the health of your hair, skin and nails.

Improves Sperm Quality

Eating pumpkin seeds, that are naturally high in zinc, can contribute to enhanced testosterone levels and improved reproductive function, especially in men.

Better Sleep

Pumpkin seeds also contain the a-amino acid Tryptophan and serotonin, which is considered to be nature’s sleeping pill. Eating a small handful of pumpkin seeds just before bedtime can help you drift off to sleep in no time.

Tasty Ways To Eat Pumpkin Seeds

  • Pumpkin seeds can be eaten raw or dry roasted as a snack.
  • Pumpkin seeds can be used to add texture to soups, salads, and even breakfast options like granola, muesli or yogurt.
  • Add pumpkin seeds to your cake mix when baking, for added texture and tasty healthy benefits.

 

 

Weird & Wacky Halloween Superstitions

There are many superstitions that surround the annual celebration of Halloween, on 31st October. Whether you get spooked out by a black cat crossing your path, or are super careful about not breaking any mirrors, there are many more strange habits to consider, that are equally irrational.

Candle Magic

Candles play a significant part in the celebration of Halloween. It’s commonly believed that placing a lit candle inside a carved pumpkin Jack-o-lantern keeps evil spirits and demons at bay.

Some people believe that lighting an orange candle at midnight invites good luck into your home. During Halloween, if a burning candle suddenly goes out by itself, a spirit or ghost is in close proximity!

Gazing into the flame of a candle is a form of pyromancy (otherwise known as fire reading). On Halloween night you can look into the candle flame and peer into your future.

Protection Against Evil Spirits

To prevent witches and evil spirits from entering your home, it’s common practice to place a horseshoe, or the St Andrew’s cross, on your door. Many people extend this form of protection by placing the ornamental objects by the fireplace, to stop the witches and spirits entering via the chimney.

One of the strangest Halloween superstitions is holding your breath, as you walk or drive past a cemetery. This is believed to prevent any evil spirits from entering your body!

Witchy Encounters

If you’re open to experiencing a witchy encounter on Halloween night, all you have to do is put your clothes on inside out and walk backwards.

Footsteps In The Dark

If you’re out trick or treating on Halloween night, and you hear footsteps close behind you, don’t turn around to see who it is! Ancient folklore will have you believe that is it Death who lurks behind you.

Love Spell

There are plenty of love spells that were often practiced to help identify a future lover or spouse. One of the most common Halloween love spells involves placing a silver coin and a sprig of rosemary under your pillow at night. You will have sweet dreams about y

our perfect partner.

Black Cats

Black cats are often associated with Halloween, witches, witchcraft and ritual magic. It’s commonly considered that a black cat walking towards you brings you good fortune. If the cat walks away, it takes your good luck with it.

Owl Omens

Owls are considered to be a bad omen, particularly during Halloween. If you happen to see one, you need to protect yourself against misfortune and evil curses by immediately turning your pockets inside out!

Spider Visitations

Many people believe that spiders deliver special messages from beyond the grave on Halloween night. If you see a spider, a loved one is watching over you tonight. If a spider accidentally falls into the flame of a lit candle, witches are visiting you.

Happy Birthday!

Anyone born on October 31st has double the reason to celebrate on Halloween. You are also likely to be viewed as someone who is able to see and talk to spirits.

To connect with the spiritual realms, call one of our experienced psychic readers today.

Confidence Tips For First Date Success

Whether you have embraced online dating or you’re connecting with potential love matches in an alternative way, a first date with someone new is still likely to make you feel anxious and nervous. To overcome your first date fears, here are a few practical tips that will boost your dating confidence and success.

Be Comfortable

Everyone wants to make a positive and lasting first impression on a first date. It’s therefore essential that you’re comfortable. When choosing your outfit pick clothes that you like, and that flatter your figure without compromising your comfort. Don’t dress to impress if it means that you’re going to have to suck in your tummy all night long, just to look glam and sexy. If you’re going to spend your date night worrying about the clothes you’re wearing, you really need to rethink your outfit.

Refresh Your Memory

If you’ve connected to a potential romantic suitor via the internet it’s helpful to refresh your memory before your big date. Reread the messages that your date sent you so that you have a few conversation starters planned. Doing your homework will give you the confidence to chat to your date about common interests, and other topics that you have previously explored.

Be Yourself

There’s nothing sexier than a man or woman who feels comfortable in their own skin. Being yourself is the most important factor for first date success. Don’t be shy about showing off your sense of humour and unique personality traits. When you have the confidence to reveal your authentic self to anyone every date is a success. Being yourself is a highly appealing and positive habit that you won’t want to break.

Go With The Flow

Once you have set up the date, all you have to do is go with the flow. Unless you’re on a blind date there’s a good chance that you already know many things about this new person. Relax and allow the conversation to flow naturally. There’s no need to nervously chatter just to fill in any pauses. Talk to your date like you would engage in conversation with a friend. Do pay attention to you body language though, so that you don’t give out mixed signals.

Don’t Over Think Things

Before a first date it’s perfectly natural to want to rehearse the meeting in your head, or in front of the mirror. Going over all the potential possibilities will only make you more anxious and nervous than you might already be. Dare yourself to be brave, and to let go of the need to know how things are likely to pan out. Focus instead on boosting your confidence in other ways. Let go of over thinking, and consider yourself lucky to have an opportunity to meet someone new. Being appreciative of this new experience will boost your confidence and enable you to have a great time, regardless of whether or not you move on to a second date.

To discover your dating destiny, call one of our experienced psychic readers today.

Destructive Habits That You Need To Avoid

Happiness is a state of mind and an inside job too! It’s usually the external factors that create unhappiness and disharmony. There are many habits that do little in the way of maintaining your happy vibe. These destructive habits tend to result in unhappy experiences and a compromised quality of everyday living.

Habits dictate everything, from your experiences to the results or outcomes of situations and actions. Negative patterns of behaviour quickly become destructive habits when repeated over time. These habits restrict the amount of happiness and joy that you experience. Making healthy choices, in all aspects of your life, will help you avoid forming bad habits that are best avoided.

  • Pleasing Others First

This is the Number One destructive habit that many people don’t realise that they have adopted. If you’re sensitive to the needs of others, you’ll naturally want to ensure that you do everything that you can to make them happy. It’s essential that you consider what makes you happy before you fulfill the needs of everyone else. Stop putting other people first and please yourself.

  • Negative Self-Talk

There’s nothing wrong with giving yourself a pep talk from time to time. Using negative words that undermine your confidence will do little to boost your happiness. Focus on your unique qualities and choose kind words that uplift your mood and confidence. Adopting a positive ‘can do’ attitude will also encourage you to broaden your experiences. Big yourself up, and take positive action that supports your wellbeing.

  • Living In The Past

If you choose to allow your past to dictate your future you will always find yourself in a stuck situation. Any unhappy, negative and bad experiences of the past have no impact on your future happiness. If you choose to remain attached to it, you restrict your forward movement. Let go of the past and be open to starting over in the now.

  • Holding Grudges

Harbouring ill feelings towards someone who hurt you, or did you wrong in the past, stops you appreciating and enjoying the beauty of life. Whilst it’s not always easy to forgive and forget, it is possible to learn from the experience and to let it go. You don’t have to forgive anyone but yourself for holding on to the grudge for so long. You can free youself by emotionally detaching from the person and experience.of the past. Breaking this habit gives you an opportunity to clean your emotional slate.

  • Being Too Sedentary

There are a great number of people who don’t get sufficient daily exercise. Having a lifestyle that is too sedentary is the cause of this destructive habit. If you spend your working day seated at a desk, and then go home to chill and relax on the sofa, your body isn’t getting enough physical movement to burn many calories. There are countless ways in which you can get your body moving. Join a gym, sign up for a dance class, or turn up the volume on your favourite tunes when you are doing the housework. As you move, your body will release feel good endorphins that boost your emotional state and wellbeing.

For help in identifying your destructive habits, call one of our experienced psychic readers today.

How To Find Your Tribe

Not everyone goes through life having a sense of belonging. Some people have to experience a more solitary existence, before they are able to find their tribe. If you are conscious of your spiritual path, it’s highly probable that you long to connect with people who share your vibrational frequency and outlook on life.

What Is A Tribe?

Your tribe consists of soul mates and like-minded people who are perfectly aligned with your vibe. Through your unique experiences in life you will learn about the pain that is associated with separation, so that you fully embrace spiritual Oneness.

Your tribe helps you navigate your highest path for your soul’s growth and expansion. When you are ready to connect with your tribe, the Universe will orchestrate situations and opportunities so that you can find the people that will enhance your experience of life. These people are like you, and you will feel deeply loved and accepted by them.

How To Call In Your Tribe

If you desire to be part of a tribe, there are a number of proactive ways in which you can attract the right people into your life.

  1. Setting Clear Intentions

When you’re ready, it’s important to be discerning and to set clear intentions. The people you want to attract represent quality relationships, and not fair-weather friendships that you may have experienced in the past. Let go of any doubts and ask the Universe to align you with the people who make up your spiritual tribe.

  1. Trusting Your Inner Wisdom

Regular meditation will help you fine tune your spiritual connection with the Divine and your Higher Self. Your intuition will then help guide you to the ideal situations, where you can potentially connect with members of your tribe. Engage in activities that you enjoy and be open to meeting new people. What may initially seem like a chance encounter with a like-minded person, has actually been perfectly aligned in Divine timing.

  1. Setting Healthy Boundaries

Before you meet new people it’s important to set healthy boundaries to avoid having your energy drained. Whether you’re a sensitive soul or a healer or light-worker you will naturally attract people who are drawn to your light and bright energy. Set your boundaries, but keep your heart open.

  1. Taking Positive Action

When you feel the impulse to connect to someone, you must take positive action. Social media channels offer an easy way to connect to like-minded people all over the world. Your tribe could be located in close proximity, but also spread out across the entire globe. Start or join a group, add a comment to a message board or forum, and generally take steps to expand your communication out there in the world. Your tribe will pick up on your vibe and will find ways to connect with you at the perfect time.

 

For guidance on finding your tribe, call one of our experienced psychic readers today.