Saturday, October 1, 2022

Woo Woo


By Pauline Evanosky

Prophecies and Good Outcomes

I think one of the most expected and applauded traits of a psychic is the ability to tell the future. The problem with that is there are so many futures possible that I, personally, wouldn’t put my money on even one of them.

However, in the short term where pivotal steppingstones have been in place for a while? Yes, it is possible.

Also, where there is a dramatic energy buildup associated with large events that make noticing the shift easier. Like the difference between a small ant hill and a larger one.

Hollywood and popular literature would have you believe that there is something to the idea that folks will cancel their flights and trips so as to avoid mass casualty events. Like airplanes that crash or trains that derail. Yes, people were hurt. Some were killed. But how many of the passengers canceled at the last minute? How many of them never got on that plane or train? Googling this did not result in any scientific evidence to support this idea. However, the idea still fascinates me.

In my own life, there are a number of times when I have thought to myself, “How lucky was that?” I can remember one time when a Roman candle, lit during a New Year’s fireworks celebration in Germany went sideways instead of up. It hit the top part of my head just as I lowered my face. Had I not lowered my face in that instant I would either have died or been blinded. I get little tingles when I think about that. I should be dead right now, but I am not. Granted it is not the same as canceling a flight, but to me, even at that time, it had an eeriness about it I could not ignore.

There is also that split-second decision I made that was the difference between me meeting my husband or not meeting him. Would we have eventually met? I don’t know. All I know is the plan was for me to go to college in Virginia and for my family to cross the Atlantic to Germany. My steamer trunk was packed. But I remember my mother asking me if I was sure I didn’t want to go to Germany. That was the split second I said yes. They were due to leave in 3 days. My husband and I have been married for 46 years. All because I said yes to a last-minute change in plans.

In fact, I remember the moment I spoke with my mother 3 months after I met Dennis. I said to her, “I’ve met the man I’m going to marry. He doesn’t know it yet, but he is the one.” It was a calm certainty that I knew it was to be. Three years later he asked me to marry him. I said yes and, “What took you so long?” This was back in the day when women did not ask men to marry them and a good 17 years before I “became” psychic.

I use a more mundane variation of this technique to time my shopping trips now. I grew up with my mother spending an inordinate amount of energy getting the closest parking spot to the entrance of whatever store we were going to. It was important to her and inevitably became important to me. Circling the lot 3 or 4 times was not uncommon. Throughout my adult life, I continued the practice until I got to a point in my “getting better and getting psychic” where it didn’t matter anymore. I began parking wherever I could find parking. I suddenly realized I didn’t care if I had to trek almost half a mile to get where I was going.

Around the same time, I found I had patience. I didn’t mind standing in lines. It was helpful to have guides I could talk to, but just standing there in silence was nice. I could compare the calmness I felt to the agitation the people behind me in line were voicing.

Now, what is super interesting to me is that I am currently having trouble walking. I just don’t seem to have the same energy I used to have. It is a chore to walk longer distances and even though I don’t have a disabled sticker for my car I seem to be getting really good parking places at the grocery store I go to. I ask my guides, sometimes in words and sometimes just a feeling, for help with parking places. Magically, it appears to be working. As I turn into the lot this different sort of calmness settles upon me. It is very much like stepping onto the psychic path when I want to experience a psychic vision. Is it psychic? I think so. I really do.

If you are not a professed psychic, then just follow your gut instincts. They work. For everybody.

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