The Future - Variable
As a psychic, people come to me to clarify their future. Curiosity, concern and/or hope can drive their questions. What I always tell them is that the future can be a variable, which has it's pros and cons. The downside is what you expect, want, rely on, can change. On the upside you can change your future. Back to the downside, you change your future.
For example, a dear friend ask me to look for a man somewhere in her life soon. Following her thread into a possible future I saw her and a man. I could feel mutual respect and attraction, connectedness, kindness… it was lovely. As I began to describe what I saw and felt she interrupted me with concern and asked “Is he tall? He needs to be tall. I can’t be with a short man.” I looked and told her he wasn’t extremely tall, but average height. As I continued she interrupted again and asked “Is he young, old or my age?” I said “He is younger”. Concerned again, she said “I can’t do younger men. He will just leave me for a younger woman.” As she spoke the connection I had to this future soften, became more transparent. I started to speak again and she quickly asked “Do we get married?” I said “No, but you are both very happy” She began to explain that she’d have to get married… but this time I interrupted her. “He’s gone.” I said “that future is no longer there…” She had unknowing wiped it away with conditions and concerns. Gripping the outcome so tightly that there was no room for it to bloom or breathe. We have all done this in our lives. We can either open our future with love or box it in with fear. This is the law of attraction at it’s basic. People’s futures can literally shift and change as I pre-count it to them, all created in the now.
The Future – Fixed
But my experience has taught me that there are strong checkpoints mapped out in our lives that we will cross no matter our attitude. Another friend was in the first stages of separating from her partner. She asked if I could see where she might live. I followed her thread and found myself in a room overlooking the ocean on a beautiful beach called Cuttagee. She told me that there was no way she could ever afford to live there. I looked again… nothing had changed. I assured her that I saw her living there but her disbelief was tangible. A few weeks later she rang me, her voice upbeat, almost giddy. She told me she was having a party and she wanted me to drive up and come… She said she was talking to me from her new place! She told me she was standing at her window looking out at Cutagee Beach. I was covered in goosebumps. She explained that wealthy friends owned the home and had offered her the opportunity to live there while they put it on the market to sell. This future was set, whether she believed or not. The reason, she may never know. Her thread had to cross this point as part of her journey. I find we can sometimes affect these points, shifting them closer or further but they inevitably come, they are the part of our lives that are destined.
The Future That Must be Lived
Finally my experience has also taught me that there are things we just don’t get to know. When seeking the answers to some questions I am met with the energetic equivalent of a brick wall or diversions down rabbit holes. To know would change the experience, it would corrupt the purpose of living it,
living out concern,
living out curiosity,
living out hope...