I own quite a few crystals, several sets of oracle cards, a few packs of tarot cards, a set of runes, a couple of crystal balls and a pendulum. So I believe in the power that is available to be tapped into in the universe.

I have performed several spells that have provided me with the results that I needed at the right time, so I believe in the power of magic.

I have had many a cosmic order delivered to me, again at the right time, and these too have given me the belief in that I can achieve what I really want to, as long as my mind and my intention is correct.

Look at my pendulum, for instance. I’ve taken a photo of it (above) with a few of my crystals, my amethyst pyramid and my snowflake obsidian crystal ball. Whenever I use my pendulum, I think of a question that requires a yes or a no answer. The pendulum answers the question by spinning round in a circular motion, which usually indicates ‘yes’, or swinging backwards and forwards, which usually indicates ‘no’. I say usually indicates these answers as sometimes the pendulum chooses to reverse the swings. I always start by asking the pendulum to show me yes and no – and it does. Every time.

Sometimes, I hold my pendulum and imagine positive energy from the universe cascading through me, and all over me. When I do this, the pendulum always spins around. I hold the pendulum in my right hand, and hold my left hand palm up underneath it. As I imagine the positive energy, the pendulum seems to gather energy all of its own, and I can feel the force of it as if it is trying to pull itself away from my fingers. This feeling is amazing, as the energy from the motion of the pendulum is adding to the energy I am imagining cascading through me, and they seem to intensify each other. It is a very strong force that is doing that, and it is not me that is physically causing the pendulum to spin in the first place, although something from my thoughts is causing it to happen.

As I have experienced this first hand, I know this force exists. I believed in the energy before I got my pendulum, and then I have experienced the energy with the help of it.

I use the positive energy to clear my spiritual energy, and I believe it works. It makes me feel good as I am doing it anyway, so I am getting something out of it! I always thank the pendulum afterwards, and through the pendulum I am thanking the universe.

I’ve mentioned my spells before, particularly the new job spell, that created three new jobs that did not exist before the spell was cast. Some would say this is just a coincidence, but with the way how spell casting works, and the power of threefold return, this seems to take the coincidence part out of the equation. Whatever you cast a spell for will return with the power of three. So I believe that the intent with spell casting must also be good – imagine the consequences of casting a spell that is not of good intent.

Casting spells requires invoking elements before the request, and banishing them afterwards, and certain spells need to be cast at the new moon or the full moon for maximum effect. The belief behind the spell, and the intent behind the spell also adds to their power. But casting spells does work. I believed they worked before I cast my first spell, and then experienced the spell working after.

Some people need proof to believe things like this work, but I had the belief before. I certainly received the proof afterwards!

Cosmic ordering works the same way – believe in the outcome, believe we can receive what we order.

More reasons to help me to continue to feel good!

Seasonal changes

It is starting to get darker earlier now. It’s 8.20pm, and although it is still light, what light is left will soon be gone. I love the light nights in the summer months, and the sunsets are glorious, but the seasons have to follow their cycle, so the sun will be setting earlier very soon indeed.

I happen to like the winter months too. It’s easier to sleep at night if I decide to have an early night, for one! But if I need to sleep in the summer, the light doesn’t stop me then either, so that isn’t really a very valid reason. It’s also a lot easier to get warm in winter than it is to get cool in summer – which can also cause problems with sleeping, but again, eventually I regulate my temperature, so that’s not a problem either.

I remember years ago, I used to work the night shift. I loved working nights in winter. When I finished work at 7am it was still dark. I’d drive home as quickly as I could, dive into bed, and go to sleep before the sun rose. Occasionally,  I’d sleep all day and wake up when it was dark too. Whenever this happened, I used to imagine myself living the cool life of a vampire. Only instead of going out at night hunting, I’d be stuck in an office working. That wasn’t quite as cool, but it had to be done. Those short days didn’t last long, and within a short period of time, the mornings were starting to get light again as I was driving home. And then at the other end of the day, I’d be driving to work with a little bit of daylight still hanging on – a bit like the light now, in fact.

I always get a little mixed up with the names at this time of the day. Evening, sunset, dusk, nightfall… I think the evening is just before the sun sets, sunset is, well, when the sun sets, dusk is just after the sun has set but it is still light, and nightfall is when the light has gone. That’s how I see it anyway.

I mentioned earlier that the sunsets are glorious. The sky becomes completely different with oranges, reds and yellows mixing with blues, purples, greys and whites. You can’t really complain about the days being shorter when there is that fabulous display to look forward to at the end of the day, can you?

I’ve found a couple of images on the web which sum up what I mean:

I’ve just noticed that the sky in the first picture (the reds and oranges) are very similar in colour to my aura, when I had that photographed a few weeks ago – I’m sure I’ve mentioned that before!

I know some people prefer the warmth of the summertime to the chill of winter, and sometimes I think I do too, but on the crisp, clear, dry days in winter, taking myself off for a brisk walk really clears my head and invigorates me. There’s something about all of the seasons that I like. The new leaves in the spring, the warm sun in the summer, the autumn colours, and the freshness of winter are just a few.

Each day passes in turn. Each month passes in turn. Each season passes in turn. I actually like the differences. I don’t think I would really appreciate things as much if it stayed the same all of the time. The contrast is there to highlight what we actually do like. I think I’m lucky because I like it all! 🙂

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A quiet time

I really enjoy the occasional quiet time, where I can just sit and basically do nothing. I like to imagine having the things that I really want to have, or try to think of other things that I can bring into my life, and imagine how my life would be when I have them. More often than not, I go for the thoughts of “I want more money” or “I want that big house that features in a lot of my dreams”, which is all well and good in my fantasy world, but that world at the moment doesn’t really mirror my real world.

Don’t get me wrong – I love my real world. My little upper level apartment is fine for me at the moment, although I have far more things in it than should actually fit, and having an extra eight rooms may make a little bit of difference. And obviously, I have enough money for what I need, and some days I have more than enough… but having well more than enough would be better. I have good health, I sleep very well at night, I have a fantastic family, a nice car that gets me around, and a good sense of humour. Well, I think I’ve got a good sense of humour anyway!

The difference between my thoughts of wanting things and my reality of having things is just the wanting part. And the Law of Attraction is helping me to continue to have those thoughts of wanting things, otherwise I would actually have the things I want. That’s the bit that is confusing.

With Cosmic Ordering, we are sending a request to the universe for things that we want, and we know within ourselves that we are going to receive them eventually. The power of the belief of having what we have ordered brings what we have ordered into our lives. By just thinking “I want to have more money” or “I want to have my bigger house” I am not sending a clear enough request to the universe for my order to be accepted. Yes, the universe is always listening, and yes, I may receive a little more money every now and then, but the focus of these thoughts is on the wanting part, and not on the belief that I am going to receive what I want. The Law of Attraction is delivering what I am requesting, more reasons to want.

I still imagine my life having those things, but until I change the way I think about those things they will always stay in my imagination.

Cosmic Ordering does work, I’ve had lots of orders delivered to me over the years, some quickly and others have taken a short while to get to me. Some orders have taken me by surprise and others seemed to just arrive naturally to me. Some orders have arrived in a way that is just too coincidental to be coincidence – if that makes any sense at all. I love it when I have an order delivered to me, however it turns up. And I always say “Thank You” when I have a delivery. Gratitude is always the best option.

On the subject of gratitude, I am also grateful for what I currently have. My upper level apartment is fine for me now as it is, so I’m grateful for that. The money I have is enough to cover what is needed, so I’m grateful for that. My health is good, so I’m grateful for that too. In fact, I’m grateful that I can read, write, drive, use my senses, use my imagination, live in an amazing world, sleep well at night, and basically experience everything I do on a daily basis.

I’ve mentioned before that the universe is a magical place. How else can it be described when we can just ask, whether out loud, or in our minds, or on a piece of paper, for something we want, know we are going to get it, and then receive it? We are all part of that magical universe, and just how much of that magic we experience is down to how we view it. There’s no magic in just being here – but there’s plenty of magic when we start to make things happen. If we close ourselves off from seeing the magic we’ll still exist, but things will be happening to us – we’ll just be spectators watching what is going on. If we are open to the magic then the possibilities are endless. And if we open ourselves fully to the wonders of the universe we will be able to have, be and do whatever it is that we truly desire. Now, if that isn’t a reason to be grateful, I don’t know what is!

These quiet times are really good for opening my mind. Some of my thoughts really make me feel good. And I love to feel good!

Good mornings!

I looked out of the window first thing this morning. The sky was clear and blue, and the sun was shining. It looked amazing!

I’ve always liked the quiet stillness of the early morning, the dawning of a new day. Years ago I used to walk to a newsagent a lot further away from the local one, just so I could be out and experiencing the morning. This was just before it was light, but I could see that the sun was about to rise. I’ve always enjoyed sunrises (and sunsets!) Some mornings it felt as though I was the only person in the entire world to be awake, which, obviously wasn’t true as the people who owned the newsagent had to be awake to open it up! But that aside, I was the only one awake! I loved that feeling… I was experiencing this particular time all by myself.

Another thing that I remember about these early morning walks is that the air smelled a lot clearer and fresher, and everything felt crisper. Later on in the day, everything became more normal, but there is something very special about the early morning.

Not that I’ve appreciated them in recent years, however. For several years now, I would get up in the morning because I had to, not because I wanted to, and as a result I would say things like “I hate mornings” or “I’m not a morning person”. Both of these statements are untrue, obviously. It’s not the mornings I didn’t like. What I didn’t like was having to do what I didn’t want to do, and in these cases it was getting up! I’d have preferred to have stayed asleep in bed, but this isn’t possible when you have work to go to!

It is impossible to like something and not like it at the same time. I was blaming the morning for my unwillingness to get up, but it wasn’t the morning stopping me from getting up – it was me. It wasn’t the morning making me rush around in case I was going to be late – it was me. Likewise it wasn’t the morning that made me walk to that far away newsagent all those years ago – I did that because I wanted to.

So, I would like to apologise to everyone I have ever said one of those negative comments above to in the past. And I would like to apologise to each of the mornings when I have said it. There may well be mornings in the future when I don’t want to get up, but that is for me alone to sort out on that day.

As for the mornings themselves, well, they are brand new days! A new start! I’m not waiting for New Year’s Day to begin my new year, every day is a new start to my new year. Things will get better and better the more positive I become about things, and starting the day in a positive mindset is an instant boost to that positivity.

I love it when I feel good! 🙂

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Still on the theme of feeling good

I’m still reading my new book, The Power by Rhonda Byrne, and still loving it. In fact, I’ve nearly finished it, but will need to start it again once I have finished, just in case I have read it a little too quickly and missed something very important. I don’t think I have though, and like I’ve said I’m enjoying every page of it.

I’ve been concentrating on things I like all week, and several of the posts in this blog also feature things I like.

One of the things that I am really impressed with is how thinking about what I like really does make a difference. Looking for the good in everything, and looking for what I like everywhere I look stops my mind from wandering, and keeps that little nagging voice that pops up in my mind from time to time at bay. It’s that voice that makes things worse than they really are. It’s that voice that makes me see things in a negative light. It’s that voice which gets louder and louder if I don’t take control and concentrate on something else.

Looking for the good everywhere, thinking positive, showing appreciation for everything that is around me, enjoying every moment, doing what I enjoy (and enjoying what I do) all help to keep that voice away. Even the voice itself helps me to look for positive things, as I know that as soon as I hear the voice I’m not on my positive wavelength. And getting on the positive wavelength is a lot easier than you first think. Just look at a favourite colour, or plant, or vehicle, or building, or the sky, or an animal, or read a book, or listen to some favourite music, or watch something funny on TV or just think of those things. Anything  that is enjoyable lifts my spirits – raises my vibration – puts me on my higher, positive wavelength.

And these good feelings are multiplied by the Law of Attraction. So I start by feeling good and move on to feeling better and better and better and better – and it never ends, unless I stop it.

What is also good about this, is that the things that were around me, the things that made me have the thoughts that caused that nagging voice to start waffling on inside my head, are still there. They just don’t affect me as I’m paying no notice to them – I’m only looking for the good. I’m not replacing what isn’t good, I’m just not acknowledging it. All that is positive, all that is enjoyable is around me – and I’m making sure that I see that.

I’m not doing anything to change anything around me, but by looking for the things I like all around me, the things are changing anyway. My world is completely different when I’m on this positive wavelength, and do you know what? I love it!