December 3, 2005 at 9:31 pm #9057
I was in the supermarket yesterday, muscle testing some spirulina. A woman next to me asked “are you testing that?” I said yeah, and she said that she is psychic. She told me to look into her eyes and then she claimed to read my (astral?) body.
Most (70-80%) of what she said about me was acurate.
She then went on to say that she is also an alchemist and she is writing a book on, among other things, the origin and details of our planet and other yet undiscovered planets, the rise and fall both the maya and atlantean civilisations, the causes and cures of AIDS and bird flu………………….and the list went on. None of it was from her head, rather, she “recieved” it through her eyes, then wrote it down.
Because of her german descent, she needed and editor to make the book gramatically correct. But the professor who has done it has made too many alterations, so she needs someone else to do it.
I thought of Michael Winn, she said that he is too busy now, “he is currently writing 3 books at the moment”…….. “is very good at recieving” (from the life force)And besides, “he is in America and we are in Australia” (yep, good point)
She went on, “but let him know about my book, he will want to read it. Tell him my name is Ostaria Selin”
The book will be out next year. She also said she does oil paintings of sacred beings, goddesses etc, which when you look at them, flood you with divine sensations.
I was neither convinced nor unconvinced by her claims, I’m sitting on the fence at the moment. Although her readings of me were pretty impressive.
But she was insistant that her book would be a benefit to many. She gave me her phone number if any one wants it.
– matDecember 4, 2005 at 5:35 am #9058
All psychics can only tell you what is already present in your field, i.e. what you (your collective soul team, your shen) already know about you. The good ones can bring to your attention issues that you are not aware of. This just means that your shen know you aren’t paying attention to them, so they are happy to communicate with someone else who will pay attention.
I had a psychic come to me outside the gates of the Taoist White Cloud Temple in Beijing, and told me a long list of things about myself, all accurate. Then he demanded money. I said to him: why should I pay you for what I already know about myself? Maybe I should charge you for the privilege of entering my inner space!
Your lady psychic friend sounds like a fun, creative soul; as the dimensional boundaries get thin, people like her will become commonplace. That is evolution – instead of everyone trying to become one group mind, as religions are promoting with their dogma, the portals will open wide to each individual and their unique essence. That fits with process oriented view of Tao.
mDecember 4, 2005 at 6:29 am #9060
Thanx so much for that colourful explanation Michael.
True, what’s so helpfull about telling me something I already know? I actually asked her to tell me somethinng I didn’t know, or that could be of help. She refused.
I’d rather listen to my shen directley anyway.
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