Psychic Alzheimer’s and Other Ailments
At first I didn’t think if was very funny. Then I started to realize it was necessary and had to get used to letting go of the information that I bring through for my clients during their sessions. Challenging to do when you grow up in a culture where remembering peoples names is a full time business!
I thought I was developing memory issues when I realized that I often didn’t remember details, then when I actually didn’t remember clients names or faces when I saw them again I really started to worry. Let’s face it, after the age of fifty the unexpected can happen and age can do funny things to mind and body Full Article. I didn’t want people to think I was disinterested in their journeys and stories, nor did I want them to think I was trying to be rude. Over time however, and after doing hundreds of readings; I have gotten used to the idea that the information I share isn’t really any of my business anyway.
I have also learned over time, that a lot of the information goes through me and isn’t from me. Which, I have to add intrigues me. Working in the field of energy I am always amazed at the information that comes forth to the clients and is most often completely foreign to me.
Another thing I have learned since taking on this work is about my body. It appears my metabolic rate changes to a higher speed when I do consultations and it makes sense since generally after a day of work I am really hungry. But I never said I was smart – nope – quite the opposite at times. Since I am not a very big eater anyway, I never stepped up my food intake but just ate until the hunger pangs were gone. It took a marvelous herbalist by the name of Abrah to share that I was starving my body when I started losing weight and didn’t know why. Of course, there has to be a twist right? Sure – because of the childhood I had my relationship with food was not very healthy. I saw food as the exact opposite of love and when she said to me”food is love”, I reacted quite strongly. I have never seen food as love, just as a necessity to stay alive in my physical form. Therefore, I only give it the minimum it requires.
It seems funny because one of the tutors I had in England made a comment one day about mediums. She said, “you will never see a skinny medium.” Needless to say she was the first one in the dining room at mealtime with her healthy appetite and not so skinny body! In fact, our class was always the first one dismissed before lunch – she would shut it down five minutes earlier than the others so she could be first in the dining room. I think she did see ‘food as love.’
I know now that there is a happy medium (pun) in the approach we have to food. Both the Tutor and I are extreme examples of how we mis-manage our bodies when we work. I am glad to share that I eat more now and I eat healthy so I can maintain my existence here and giggle and chuckle along with the rest of you.
Until next time…. Namaste from Sharyn