Your Intuition Is Your Guide

Are you conscious of your inner voice? Do you take notice of it? (By the way, I’m not referring to the person who criticizes you!) I’m referring to the one that softly whispers ideas and suggestions to you, the kind that the other voice may try to silence by exclaiming, “Are you crazy?” This necessitates stepping outside of our comfort zone, which must be avoided at all costs (even if the cost is living a life of mediocrity instead of the one of your dreams).

Unfortunately, the latter is the one that most of us are aware of and pay attention to. The gentler one, our intuition, is frequently overlooked (if we can even hear it at all). The tragedy here is that our intuition is the one who truly has our best interests at heart. Our shadow voice (the louder, more aggressive one) also cares about our well-being, but in a protective way.

What’s the harm in protecting us? I know you’re thinking it! It restricts us and, in the end, erodes our soul’s well-being. And, believe it or not, this isn’t good for our physical or emotional well-being! If you are unfulfilled on a soul level, you will gradually and imperceptibly develop a nagging feeling of general discontent, which can have a rippling effect on your mood, self-esteem, and, ultimately, your physical and mental health. But that’s a topic for another article…

If you listen to your intuition, it will gently push you beyond your comfort zone, but never further than you are capable of. It will both challenge and support you. It is always looking out for your best interests, on all levels: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It will not only gently nudge you in frightening directions that will yield enormous and unimaginable rewards, but it will also gently nudge you when it is time to stop or turn around.

If you’re not used to listening to your intuition, it will take time and practice to learn to do so. You may be unsure which voice is which at first (especially since your shadow voice often sounds very reasonable), and using your intuition is similar to using your physical muscles. You must use it on a regular basis for it to be in the desired shape.

So, how do you better understand your intuition? First and foremost, begin to be aware of any hunches, feelings, or ideas that arise. Take note of the voice that goes with it. Is it gentle, positive, and encouraging? 

It’s more likely to be your shadow voice if it’s aggressive, domineering, or employs scare tactics. Is it a loud and threatening warning if you get a feeling of forewarning? (shadow). Or an obstinately knowledgeable one? (intuition).

The scary thing about trusting your intuition when it’s new to you is that it’s not based on logic, and what it suggests to you often cannot be justified logically. However, with practice and trust, you’ll learn that knowing something is the right thing to do is in your best interests. It will be easier to ignore your own and other people’s shadow voices (who will fear for your best interests on your behalf).

Starting small is the key to developing this essential trust in one’s intuition. If you’re not familiar with your intuition, don’t make life-changing decisions based on it (you might still be confusing your two inner voices). Allow your intuition to guide you with smaller decisions and wait for the gentle knowing feeling. Don’t expect an immediate response, but keep an eye out for it; it will come, and you’ll know when it does. 

As you tune in more and more, you’ll notice that you suffer less and less from worry or anxiety. You’ll have faith that everything will work out fine, and you’ll often find that it works out even better than you could have imagined!

Mystic Pam Jackson                   www.mysticpamjackson.com info@pam-jackson.com

Chakra Meditation to Recharge the Soul

Chakra meditation improves your health, wisdom, and happiness by strengthening weak chakras. Chakra meditation is a fantastic approach to revive you from the inside out if you need to replenish your body, mind, and spirit. 

How to do a chakra meditation: The first few times you do a chakra meditation, make sure you have an expert guiding you, either in person or via an internet video. You must ensure that your chakras are in a better state of balance at the end of the meditation than when you began!

Start your meditation by sitting down, cross legged in a quiet, dimly lit room. 

Make sure that your spine is straight but not stiff. Close your eyes and begin to relax by taking a deep breath. Now, go over each chakra one by one, beginning with the root chakra: 

-Imagine bringing energy up from the soil through the root chakra and building it up in the base of your spine. Then there’s the navel chakra: imagine a river of warm lava flowing out of this chakra center when you sense the concentration of energy building up around your navel. 

– Allow your stomach muscles to relax fully as you move on to the solar plexus chakra and feel the energy flow into your diaphragm.

-The heart chakra comes next. Consider how your heart grows stronger with each breath. This location emits a brilliant light that you can see and feel. 

-As you move on to the throat chakra, take a deep breath in. Then relax your tongue, shoulders, and neck gently. 

Mystic Pam Jackson | Spiritual Life Coach & Teacher | Intuitive Healer & Readings

8 Steps to Self-Forgiveness

In our journey to inner peace and healing, both guilt and forgiveness of self and others have a profound effect on this process.

Guilt is defined as a feeling of culpability especially for imagined offences or from a sense of inadequacy; a self-reproach; and forgiveness as the act of forgiving or the ceasing of feeling resentment against an offender. 

Guilt and lack of forgiveness of self and others burdens many people with the heavy weight of inappropriate shame and the destruction of deep-seated resentments.  

In recent years, much has been written about the destructiveness of repressed emotions and particularly anger and resentment in contributing to life-threatening illnesses. 

The belief that feeling any emotions means we are weak is a dreadful legacy to burden people with.  Teaching people that strength means not feeling or denying our feelings is tantamount to creating illness.  Beliefs such as ‘big boys don’t cry’ and ‘good girls don’t get angry’ has resulted in men and women who are unable to get in touch with what they actually feel.  Depression is thought to be caused by anger turned inward and is only one of the symptoms of the need to protect ourselves from the scorn associated with expressing feelings.  Many other illnesses and particularly the addictions are theorized to be expressions of a deep level of emotional pain. 

Why won’t we forgive? 

I believe it starts from our unwillingness to forgive ourselves.  We believe that we are undeserving of love, respect, acceptance, appreciation, and the right to live a life where we walk in peace, joy, harmony, and abundance.  Somewhere along the line, we started to believe that all the rules and regulations of the society in which we live defined who we were supposed to be.  We stopped trusting and believing in our own inherent worth and came to believe that we were ‘not good enough.’  Messages such as ‘you failed,’ or ‘you should’ became a litany for us to abuse ourselves with guilt.  I call it abuse because it is just as painful when we do it to ourselves as when others do it to us.  We became judge and jury and found ourselves guilty of our perceived offences.  When the primary caregivers such as parents, teachers, and other societal influences are unable to love themselves unconditionally, this ‘learned attitude’ is passed on to the next generation as shame to control behavior.   

This sense of shame differs from guilt in that guilt is about behavior.  Shame is deeper and more pervasive.  It is about your being and feelings of inferiority, inadequacy, being bad and unlovable become the conviction underlying your life.  Children grow up believing they are ‘not good enough’ and become the caregivers for the next generation.  And so, it goes, on and on.  I am not blaming the parents and caregivers here as we parent the way we were parented.  My own definition of maturity is that maturity is achieved when we can forgive our parents and other significant adults for being human. 

What Is Self-forgiveness? 

Self-forgiveness is the willingness to believe that you are worthy, that there are no mistakes rather, you are on the planet, or in Earth School (as some people call it) to learn about being human.  The opportunities to learn are just that – not mistakes – just opportunities to learn. 

Practical Steps to Self-forgiveness

1.  Examine how you perceived a certain situation and how you can chose to change your perception. Remember that the thoughts we think create the feelings, and it is our perception that creates our interpretations of the situation. 

2.  Accept yourself and your humanness – you are not supposed to be perfect. 

3.  Admit when you make a mistake. 

4.  Remember that everybody is doing the best they can with what they know, and that includes you. 

5.  Let go of past-future thinking, stay in the ‘Now.’ 

6.  Confront your emotional pain – own your own ‘stuff.’ 

7.  Appreciate the lessons that have contributed to your growth and made you who you are now. 

8.  Say ‘I forgive myself for ____________ (whatever).’ 

Mystic Pam Jackson

Keywords: 

forgiveness, guilt, shame, resentment, repressed emotions 

It’s only a reflection?

Have you heard that everyone and everything is a mirror or a reflection for you?

I know that my teachers would tell me this when I first started my own healing journey but what does that mean? What do I do with this? I have questioned this belief many times. I just could not get it or understand it. To me this felt like avoidance of others not taking responsibility for their words or actions and that can still be true.

I have learned to keep asking questions until I get a download or clarity and that is exactly what I have done with this statement. Finally I got an answer and I have already put it into practice and let me tell you this works like magic!

Let’s say that you may find yourself in an argument, disagreement or being triggered emotional by another person. When you step away from this situation you will ask yourself a question. Now after you ask yourself this question I want you to notice what you notice, what did you hear in response? Instantly when you know, when you hear the response the energy shifts! All the walls, the anger, the tears – it all shifts just like magic.

It’s amazing! Okay, here it is! Are you ready?

The magic question you ask yourself when you are triggered is….

WHAT ARE THEY TRYING TO SHOW ME ABOUT ME THAT I CAN NOT SEE?

I am sharing this with you because I want you to use this to help you move past those triggers and lessons and gain the wisdom of what you are actually trying to learn, heal or resolve. It really does work like magic!

What could you hear? You may hear that you don’t love yourself enough or that you don’t think you are worthy or anything along those lines. What do you do now?

I found you don’t have to do anything once you hear the truth whether it’s from creator or your higher self. Maybe it shifts because we become aware or conscious of what we are hiding from ourselves. So far, I have seen that it just shifts without any special program or process.

It all just shifts on its own just like magic!

Would you like to learn more about me and my services? I offer a free online forum and energy healing groups on my website. You can join for free and as I continue to add content you will be the first to be apart of my growing website. ~Mystic Pam Jackson

http://www.mysticpamjackson.com

Energy Bubbles

Energy Bubbles – Good or Bad?

As we began our spiritual journey and we’re feeling all those feelings and all those emotions; we ask our teachers what do we do with this because it’s so overwhelming. My teacher, and probably yours told you to put a bubble around you. By putting a bubble around you you’re creating a barrier and a protection, is what I was told. I trusted my teacher, she had wisdom and knowledge in the spiritual world and healing world. I was new to all of this and I needed guidance and I needed someone with integrity and someone that I could trust. That was not always the case. I agreed and even paid others

What I have discovered is that we’re all on the spiritual  journey together and we’re all learning together and at the same time. Also, what it may have been true then may not be true today. 

Yes, I too put energy bubbles around me, but I’ve noticed several things in my journey. I noticed when I put a white bubble around me that people would tell me that I’m standoffish and I’m not as approachable. Is that because the white light is too bright? I have often wondered, and I continued researching colors and the vibrations and then I was told to use a pink light. The pink light is the vibration of compassion, and it would be softer. I know that when I did put this pink light around me, I was more approachable, and people felt I was more friendly. So, I began to use only the pink light and I would teach my clients and students the difference between the white light and a pink light and suggest using the pink light if they wanted to be more approachable in their relationships. 

I’ve been doing this for many years. 

My journey has led me to forgiveness and understanding forgiveness. It has been a long journey and mostly hard but now I’m at a place of peace and acceptance of those lessons and hardships that I have gained in this lifetime. I have discovered the more you step into forgiveness the less you need protection from the people around you. The more you understand and except forgiveness the less likely you will take on other people’s pains and emotions. 

I have also discovered some new information around bubbles weather it is the wisdom of forgiveness or downloads from the creator I have a new and different perspective.

My new and different perspective is are our bubbles good for us? I was given a download, an image that was shown to me that when we create these bubbles, we’re holding our emotions, and our trauma within our bubble. What I witnessed in this image was as we do healing work on our self it kind of bounces around inside this energy bubble that we have created. This is a new and interesting perspective for me and maybe even for you but allow it to soak in for a moment before you dismiss it.

Now why don’t you try to imagine you’re inside this bubble that you created and you’re doing healing work and it has nowhere to go. It may get further away from you so it’s not as intense but there is still an emotional tug to it. Is this because it is still in our energy bubble? 

Since I’ve been at a place of forgiveness, I received this download, this awareness that I can put down my bubble. I no longer feel like I need to be protected from the world. I now have the courage and the wisdom to be around people who love me, support me and even believe in me.  I am now selective, and I have discernment of who and what I want to be around and who brings me peace and who does not. I have learned to let go of people and outcomes. 

I can see how forgiveness has changed a lot of things in my life and the way I look at life. It has even changed the way I eat and nourish myself. As I heal my emotional trauma, I find that I have freed myself from taking on other people’s burdens whether they are emotional or physical.  I’m learning that forgiveness is loving myself and that I no longer need a protective barrier around me.

So my question is are bubbles really good for us or do they keep all our trauma in our own energy with nowhere to go?

Mystic Pam Jackson

A Genetic Memory Can Spring Up Anywhere

A Genetic Memory can spring up anywhere and this is how I discovered a genetic memory while on vacation.

We went on a cruise for our anniversary and on one of our stops was a Caribbean Island. It was a Beautiful place but I hated it! I had no explanation for my anger but it was there. I had a terrible reaction and I wanted to understand why. So we decided to take a tour to learn the history of this beautiful island. On our tour we learned that this was the Queen’s favorite vacation spots and this was another one of her territories she would visit regularly.

I already knew I wasn’t a fan of British comedy or television but I never really explored it because it didn’t effect my daily life. Now unexpectedly I found myself with a deep anger towards a person I have never met? I have never experienced a trigger like this. I found it interesting and continue to explore these new feelings.

I was already on this spiritual path of learning the shamanic ways as a healer and offered past life healings and readings for many years. This was not new to me but it felt different, it was deeper but without a reason or a cause that I could understand or even describe. Past lives can and do run along genetics lines and we have a soul family that we continue to evolve and grow with on this timeline in the quantum field. I have worked in the Akashic Records for many years and have reviewed many of these timelines for healing, wisdom and clarity.

Science speaks. Fast forward several years when I had my DNA results done. I am 47% British, English, 44% Scottish, 8% Irish and 2% Europe, France and Germany.

History lesson: The Scott’s and Irish have fought each other but have been fighting the English forever. My ancestors who came to the America are the Quakers who where peaceful people but had to escape France and England to practice their religion or be persecuted, and back then they either burned you alive or cut your head off. It was not safe for many who wanted religious freedoms.

So, while I was on this beautiful island I did have genetic and past life memories triggered!

I am lucky that I have the tools that helps me shift negative feelings and emotions quickly and easily. Recently I found that I still had something there so I went deeper. What I have noticed since is that I have watched a couple a Netflix shows from or with British accents without being triggered and I am looking forward to being able to travel again to visit a territory of the Queen of England.

Mystic Pam Jackson