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Tarot Card of the Day, Knowledge is Power, The Magician I

Hello, Tarot Enthusiasts!  Today's card is The Magician. It is card 1 of the Major Arcana. In the upright position, its image evokes a strong, male energy. The key words associated with this card are: power, willpower, determination, concentration, psychic ability, logic, immense intellect, sharp skills, wisdom attained and resourcefulness. In an upright/positive position, it is an excellent card, although as with all of the Tarot Cards, the meanings do vary, depending on the part of life being questioned.

In the Rider-Waite imagery, a young man stands at an altar. Arranged upon it are four implements that represent the four elements on which our existence depends. They correlate with suites of the Tarot. These are as follows: Wands=Fire, Cups=Water, Pentacles/Coins=Earth, Swords=Air.  Combined with the human spirit, our lives commence. 

As a person, this masculine individual knows how to turn life's  dreams into reality. He understands that true knowledge is true power. When he shows up in a reading, he brings everything to the table. He works with the universe, and the universe works with him. Reach for your dreams! You are capable of drawing in great energy, wonderful people, and circumstances. :) 

 At some point in life, all of us have the opportunity to be the Magician. It is important to be grateful for our gifts and to apply them to the good. Beware of the temptation to use our abilities in a manipulative, deceitful or greedy manner. There is always a karmic balancing of accounts. What we put out into the Universe is always returned to us. If we live with grace and kindness, that is a comforting thought. 

"As Above, So Below."

With Much Love,

Psychic Seer

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Dealing with Difficult People

​Bright Greetings,

Welcome to my new and returning readers. It is a joy to connect with you. Thank you for liking, sharing, and subscribing!

You and I have all had difficult and challenging situations, or people, to navigate.Whether it is in your family of origin, job, non profit organization, church, temple, or romantic life. Difficult people happen!

There are different levels of difficulty:

The narcissist: Permitted to be imprinted with a sense of entitlement, rather than having them giving them validation when they have not earned it. This entitlement carries forward into their lives, and it is a challenging pattern to break (if at all) or deal with. There are opinions and studies that weigh out on both sides of recovery. The narcissist will always meet their own needs first, UNLESS it pertains to their public profile and image.  Then they will meet the image they hope to propel forward. The narcissist does lead a double life, who they are to their families, and publicly. 

The Victim: The person that always seems to bring into the conversation all of their losses, woes, and failures.  Let's call them Debbie or Duke Downer.  They can bring down a room quicker than a lightning strike, and people will, in their attempt to help, offer their assistance. The Victim does not have to deal with his/her issues, as they are permitted to use this as a means to avoid responsibility. This is not the case every time, but often enough to mention in the article.

The Go with the Flow Person: They go with the flow and to a planner can be completely frustrating. They do not like constraints and will often show up to participate only when it suits them and they do not have to invest much.  There are a large number of excuses made and after a time, nobody bothers to ask them to participate in anything.

Helicopter Boss: Ah, yes!  The helicopter employer will micromanage, and follow behind you in all that you are doing. They will ask questions that highlight your flaws and errors, rather than also including your successes.You will only hear from them, generally speaking, if you have done something "wrong."  If they are incorrect in their assessment of you, you will not receive an apology, but whatever they said will be dismissed with the expectation that you need the job enough to bite your tongue.  

The Dumper:  They come into your life, dump their emotional trash, and then leave lighter than they came.  I have talked many times about this before.  Very often they come into your day, and VENT, and can assign you the role of the person or situation for whom they have bad feelings.  You are likely to feel like the whipping post.

The Cliche:  Much light Highschool, you are the one on the outside, and are purposely omitted from the group.  In any situation this is awkward and uncomfortable. 

In each of these types is it critical that you know your boundaries. They will try to get you to make accommodations for them, and to know that you can be manipulated.  If this is a job situation, and you have to stay there to support yourself or your family, do your job, and leave work at work. Focus on your goals, do not buy into the negativity.  My personal set of Rules of Engagement are to return and send out unconditional acceptance always.  Hate does not ameliorate hate. Love does. 

For the Dumper, let them run out of things to release.  As they are letting their negativity go, imagine it going into a tube and disappearing for good. It can no longer harm nor affect you. When you can redirect or walk away, please do. Redirect, into a different topic if this is a family member or colleague, have your out or something that you need to attend to until the situation has cooled down.

With each of these scenarios, knowing your boundaries, standing firmly in them, and staying focused on a good mental state is keeping your energy above these lower state emotional tugs.

Every day, I have the practice of creating space for Divine Energy to come in, and to fill my being with love and protection. I pray for those whom I will encounter, for patience, and for empathy.  I do so morning and evening, bookending my day in love.  By doing so, I find balance, peace, strength, and am able to hold space for not only you, my beloved clients, but my family and friends.

You can thrive in this life, and rise above the negative and controlling situations people send your way. 

Please call me if I can be of support to you.

I love you and I believe in you.

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In Divine Truth and Love,

Shira <3

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You Know Your Zodiac Sun Sign- But Do You Know Your Rising Sign?

​When I talk with most people about astrology, I find that most people base their entire view of astrology on their sun sign, and have no idea that they have an entire chart of planets and signs yet to uncover. And while your sun sign is great for many things, you also have a moon sign, a rising sign, and a list of houses/planets that give you insight into your current personality, as well as eerily accurate predictions for what's to come. 

In order to pull your chart, you must have your date, time and place of birth. The time is pertinent for insuring that your chart is accurate. Your natal chart is the map of not only the stars and planets at the time you were born, it's a map for your personality.

In your chart you will have a:

Sun Sign

This is the sign most people know, as it symbolizes the Sun's exact position at their date of birth, and gives you an essence of who you are at your core. 

Moon Sign

Your moon sign is representative of your shadow self. 


Mercury is over our communication, logic, self-expression, and intellect. It tells us the details of how we express ourselves to others, and in what language we are speaking our truth to others. 


The Venus sign represents how we see beauty, art and all things romantic. Venus allows us to understand our love language.


Mars gives us the motivation and ambition needed to fulfill our most passionate selves. It fuels our 'gumption' and is often associated with action & aggression. Have you ever heard the old saying, 'Men are from mars, women are from Venus.'? This is where it stems from.


Saturn gives us structure and fuels our desire to work hard, achieve academic/career goals, and to maintain determination in the more disciplined parts of our lives. 


Uranus governs rebellion, revolutionary thought and tells us how likely we are to think along the lines of questioning authority & structure.


Neptune represents creative energy, and psychic thought. It shows us our creativity language, and can determine our gifts later in life.


Pluto is the planet that rules over necessary transformation, and the closing of doors, followed by the opening of new opportunities. 

We also each have a rising sign, which is known as the ascendant. It is where your zodiac sign was on the Eastern horizon at the moment you were born. It's how other people perceive us, and its the face we put on for the world. Many astrologers have even went as far to call it our mask.

Birth charts (natal charts) combine all of this information and separates it into houses, and there are 12 houses overall. The placement of each planet in our houses shows us why we are the way we are, how we will fare in life, and gives insight into your personality and life as a whole. 

If you've never had yours pulled before, let me take a look at your chart and explain it to you in practical & simple terms. You will be astounded at how much you learn and grow to understand just by getting a glimpse of how your soul was mirrored from the celestial world surrounding us all. God said that he created man in his image, and quantum physics shows us we are all made of the same molecules as everything in the universe. So, what are you waiting for? Let me help you decipher the parts of yourself that even you may not understand. 

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Economic Relationships: Essentially Roommates

​Bright Greetings,

Welcome to my new and returning readers. It is a joy to connect with you! Thank you for liking, sharing, and subscribing.  

I want to address the difference between a balanced relationship and an economic pairing.  

If you are coming together to share a home, and are doing so because you would be doing so anyway, take a step back from this monetarily inspired idea.

Relationships that are financially motivated, having that as a foundation for your relationship, tend to go into a toxic scenario when things start to get rough.  You will not have the proper foundation to dialogue, nor the patience to work through things together. Most certainly do not get married for financial reasons, that is a tremendous amount of pressure and fuses can be short.

It is better to take on an actual roommate and establish yourself as a couple prior to moving in together.  If you want marriage, and you know you want this, you need to be on the same page with your partner.  If you want marriage, you may want to be engaged with a loose wedding date, and have the ring on your finger. Living together is fine if you are okay in staying the same status for a prolonged period of time.

As an Ordained Minister, having done hundreds of pre-maritial counseling sessions, I have seen and heard how challenging it was to get to the proposal (sometimes up to 10 years or more!), and then agreeing on a wedding date. They moved in together too soon, and it started off as with the duality of wanting to be together, save money, and in some cases start a family together.

There is so much between the book ends!  By passing some of the key steps can lead to unhappy, unfulfilling, and toxic relationships. Take your time, spend four seasons together, get to know each other's friends and family, and see how you mesh. Make sure there is room for personal  growth, and do not feel in a rush because of interfering family to be in a committed relationship.

I have had interfering and interloping parents and grandparents being insistent on pushing their kids or even grandchildren into Holy Matrimony (many of them divorced ironically) before the age of 25.  Women do not really know who they are until the age of 29, when a major shift occurs and the way they see the world pivots away from taking major life steps for others.

I do know that living together, before you have had the opportunity to run your own finances and home, is not necessarily positive for the romantic pairing. I do advocate having separate bank accounts, with a joint account only for the purpose of paying joint household expenses. Have you own place for awhile, date, find out if you are really ready to be with that person day-in-day-out.  There is something to be said for having two different homes until you know, for certain, that you are coming together for the right reasons.

Coming together with each of you being financially stable, and doing so for the reason of balanced love and home, is excellent.  Be wary of any micro managing tendencies, for that can become locked into the foundation of your relationship together.  Make sure that you nourish your relationship to friends and family.  Have that clear and separate work boundary so you are not bringing that stress into the middle of your relationship and home.

Know that you can be happy being single, and that the relationship is an enhancement to your strength as a person.

Before even moving a toothbrush, make sure that the division of labor is clear and fair to you both. DO consider your work schedules, and be willing to divide things up in a non-binary manner (stepping away from gender biased roles). Before my beloved husband passed away, I would mow the lawn, schedule and take care of car issues, and he stayed home, cooked, cleaned, and helped the kids with their homework after school. He worked as a musician in the evening.  If we had been more gender biased, we would not have worked out as a couple.

Before adopting an animal together, have a plan in place as to a visitation schedule should you break up, and whom would gain custody of your beloved furkinder if you decide to split up. Chip the animal in that person's name only.  Have Rules of Engagement, which include: fighting fair, whom pays for what, agreeing to be faithful, a peaceful plan if you decided to go your separate ways, and permitting one another to have a friends' night out at least 2 - 3 times a month. 

I would love to see each and everyone of my clients living their most joyful life, thriving in all aspects.  Think before you act, talk it out, and look at your motivations for living with someone or even getting married. Economic relationships will eventually lose their passion, leaving you roommates and frustrated.

Navigate from strength, rather than weakness, in all areas of your life.  You deserve to thrive!

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I Love you and I believe in you.

In Divine Love and Truth,

Shira <3

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Thanksgiving Stress

​Thanksgiving can be a time a great stress for many people. The truly terrible part, isn't that we feel stressed as much as it that we tend to feel a ton of guilt that comes with the stress! I'm going to make a "Guilt List" and I'd like for you to just play along and see how many things on this list you tend to feel every year, or you feel this year. If this is your first Thanksgiving with new in-laws, in a new town, during a family debacle, or with relatives that seem to have a drama forcefield around them at all times which seems to suck everyone around into it, welcome! Some of us go through this every year. 

The Guilt List: 1) Guilty over what you eat. 2) Guilty that you wish you had more time. 3) Guilty for wishing you had more time for yourself. 4) Guilty for dreading cooking (after all someone will be cooking more, or something more difficult.) 5) Guilty for knowing you're going to bring something that isn't homemade. 6) Guilty that you are dreading being around certain family members or friends. 7) Guilty for being tired. 8) Guilty for making promises that you know you won't keep (like getting up at 4am to go Black Friday shopping with a family member). 9) Guilty for knowing you can only stay in one place for a short amount of time because you have two other Thanksgiving dinners to attend. 10) Guilty for getting frustrated. 11) Guilty for not being more thankful.

Those are just a few things that I know I have felt guilty over on more than one occasion. It has been drilled into our heads that it is a time for giving thanks. I mean, if the pilgrims and natives can manage to sit down to a nice dinner together and give thanks, then you and your mother-in-law shouldn't have a problem, right? Right? It is a complicated world we live in, and people have to want to get along. Some people love to cause problems whether they do it intentionally or not. You can only control what you say and do. 

I'm not here to make you feel guilty. I'm here to tell you to let go of that guilt. You will have a more enjoyable time this holiday if you do. Don't over extend yourself. If you can make it to all three dinners, that's great, but my advice to you is if you're having a really good time at one- stay there. You'll be a lot more thankful if you do. We tend to let all of the people and commitments weigh us down, steal our joy, and cause us to ignore our inner voice. You are a physical AND spiritual being. Feed your body and feed your soul. If you do that, you will be thankful. You will have less guilt. So what if Karen has 12 kids, works a full time job, and still managed to bring a homemade pie? Good for her. That sister-in-law who already has a map of her Black Friday shopping spree all planned out with different colored highlighters? Turn down her invitation and let her have her fun, or misery, without you. That cousin who keeps lifting up his shirt to show off his rock-hard abs? Get him to use the can opener so he can be reminded he is still human. Stop trying to compete. You are you and you are just the way you were meant to be. If you believe in a divine creator, then you have to believe that They know what They're doing. 

Take a nice, deep, cleansing breath. Hold it. Exhale slowly. Release. Let it all go. Listen to your inner spirit and feed it with what it is hungry for and you will feel gratitude, and be thankful for things you have almost forgotten even existed. Allow your spirit to guide you and your words. Laugh every time you can. Turn on music that lifts your soul. Its hard to feel thankful when all you seem to have room for is stress. Get rid of that stress and gratitude will flood through you. Then, eat and feed your body. It is so much harder to feel grateful when your body and/or spirit is malnourished. Don't feel guilty about what you're feeding either one. 

If you find yourself beginning to feel guilty, put yourself in a time-out. Go into a different room, or outside, and sit down. This time-out is not for punishment, but reflection. Take five or 10 minutes to think about what you are stressing over and why. Then, let it go. You'll be thankful you did.

I'm sure that I speak not only for myself, but all of us here at MEET YOUR PSYCHIC, when I say that we are so very thankful for each and every one of you! You are appreciated! 

Wishing you all the magic and blessings that each new day has to offer! 

Psychic Heather

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