Saturday, May 22, 2010


Having a Destiny suggests that we all have Destinations.
Where am I going and what am I here to do? What is the purpose of my life?
Doing readings all these years has taught me a thing or two about Destinies.
Last night I did a reading for a lady who had spent years caring for her mother who had Alzheimers. It inspired her to write a book to help other people caring for a parent with this difficult disease. It was her Destiny.
Yesterday I also received a book from a wonderful woman who had lost her young child to cancer. She too, wrote the story of her experience to give comfort to other parents and deliver a special message on the afterlife from her son. It was her Destiny.
There also is the story of a wife who lost her husband to cancer and in the process of her grief, went on a spiritual journey only to discover the origins of her soul and proof of life after death. Destiny
One of the most memorable readings I ever did was for a young man who spent 5 years of his life addicted to heroin. Now a recovering addict, he had dedicated his life to counseling others with addictions. Destiny
The stories of these people's lives was, without question, validated by the numbers in their Numerology Chart. I can only imagine the discussion on Destiny prior to incarnation for these souls.
Who chooses to loose a child or to watch a parent slip away or bury a husband or to endure drug addiction?
Courageous souls do.
In the moments of our greatest darkness, we find our greatest strength. Adversity can be the greatest of teachers because through adversity, we often discover our Destiny. Yes, adversity itself is part of the journey.
Sometimes it is hard to understand the good in the difficult circumstances of our lives but every experience serves a purpose. We are in apprenticeship for the most part of our lives in preparation for fulfilling our Destiny. Eventually, you will be able to look back upon your experiences and fully realize their meanings and how you have always been guided because your soul has always been at the helm of your journey. Your soul planned your destination and also gave you all the tools you need to arrive there.
A caretaker for a parent of Alzheimers becomes the teacher.
A mother of a child who dies from cancer becomes the messenger.
A wife who lost her husband goes on a spiritual journey.
A drug addict becomes a healer.
Destination Complete.

Friday, May 14, 2010

2012 Ask Yourself This

Take for a moment all the prophecy and predictions off the table. This is not a debate as to whether it will happen or not. Instead, just consider this one question.

" If ONLY 10% of the world's population believe that 12/21/2012 spells disaster, what would happen?"

There is approximately 6.7 billion people on this planet.

That translates to 670 million people behaving badly. What is even more disturbing is that 10% is most likely an understatement.

It is completely logical assumption that there will be an emotional reaction to the predictions for 2012. That can not be denied.

From what is written about 2012, the scenario is doomsday. There is no shortage of information, from books to movies to websites on the Internet. If you Google 2012, there are 13 million websites. It is mainstream news and discussions have appeared in newspaper articles and magazines and heard on television and radio. As 2012 approaches, there will likely be a frenzy of even more information gathering in speed and intensity.

Add to that the uneasiness of current global problems ( earthquakes, volcanoes, melting glaciers, oil spills, financial meltdowns, disease) and you have potentially a cause for people , in general, to be more willing to jump on the doomsday bandwagon.

Now back to 670 million people behaving badly.

Fear is an emotional response to a perceived threat and is the most basic human survival instinct. People will be fearful. When people operate from fear, especially when they perceive their life is in jeopardy, they will do whatever it takes to survive. In the scenario presented by the 2012 prophecies, there is no escaping but rather enduring and hopefully surviving whatever the impending disaster might be.

Think for a moment of the Titanic, a story we all know well. The difference is , in this scenario, we will not be able to exit the planet in an orderly fashion.

If 2012 is a complete "no show", you are still going to have to deal with the fear. As the clock continues to tick, time is bringing us closer to 12/21/12, and there will be chaos. There will be people who will break the law. There will be violence. There will be hoarding. There will be uncivilized behavior.

The very fact that people believe the potential impending doom of 2012 will create difficult circumstances for all of us to deal with no matter what we personally believe. Potentially, fear itself could be the most destructive part of the 2012 equation.

Imagine 670 million people on this planet behaving badly and you get a sense of how destructive this fear could be and how that fear might effect you and your family.

Regardless of what 2012 brings, this problem will need to be addressed. I wonder if our governments have given thought to human nature and the implications of 2012 upon the psyche of humanity.

Y2K in the year 2000 never happened. Still it was a notable doomsday scenario in recent memory. I can recall countless reassurances by our government and media that nothing was going to happen and the problem had been addressed.

The silence from our leaders is almost eerie.

The question really is, when it comes to 2012, is fear our greatest enemy?