All About Me


I am a psychic pharmacy tech photographer. I have to spend way too much time doing the pharmacy tech part, and this is because I have bills that have to be paid. My heart is not in it as much as it used to be, but I still take the job seriously. I routinely wish for more hours in the day, as I have two children, a husband and work 40 hours a week at the pharmacy. My dream would be to quit the drug store and work full time on the other two things. I would miss my pharmacy folks, but feel it would be good for me to move on. I have a few amazing girlfriends that I get to hang out with when we can all break apart from the families for a night. My dad is one of my best friends in my life and has been the ultimate guide in my spiritual path. I am so grateful to have him in my life as I can tell him everything and he can tell me anything.

I was led by Spirit to start this blog almost a year ago, as I was seeking spiritual growth and others that could empathize what I was going through. This was when I was really beginning to own my psychicness, as I call it, and I have amassed these wonderful friends and readers with whom I feel I can share the most intimate details of my journey. I live in amazement of these souls who have reached out to me, guided me and taught me so much. Y’all have all made this such an exciting time for me, as I knew there were ‘others’ out there!

Click one of the links below to learn more about each of my personalities!

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46 comments on “All About Me
  1. Mia says:

    Hi! I’m fairly new to blogging and to realizing my gift. Your blog interests me, so I will follow you and see if I can learn a thing or three if that’s ok.

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  2. Mia says:

    I’m beginning to find out that I very may well be. I’m seriously new to understanding all this though. From gathering advice from those who know and have experience, I’m finding that I’m an empath with clairvoyant abilities and spirit connections. you?

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    • I am new to all these terms myself but clairvoyant, clairaudient, psychic with definite spirit connections. I also have precognitive dreams and waking dreams. I also get visions from time to time. It is a lot to sort out, that’s for sure!

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      • Mia says:

        Indeed! What is a waking dream? I’ve realized now that I’m learning more that I have had dreams of people who have passed but now feel that they were not just dreams.

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  3. Mia says:

    Wow that’s interesting. I’m reading a really good book right now called Psychic Integrity. I am learning A LOT from it! How did you find a spirit guide?

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    • With help from my dad and a friend whom I recently met. It has not necessarily been easy, but it has…you know? I guess looking back it seems easy, but you have to open the portal; the lines of communication.

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      • Mia says:

        That’s good that you have that support system. My mom is too, but she is barely learning like I am even though she’s had it all her life. I guess I should look for someone to help me as a mentor too.

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  4. Mia says:

    Yeah I hear you. Ok this is even weirder. My brother barely revealed his own sensitivities to the spirit world. Is this some kind of a genetic thing?! What gives!

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  5. Congratulations! I have just nominated you for The Very Inspiring Blog Award. Check it out here: http://lightsofclarity.wordpress.com/2013/01/25/lights-of-claritys-1st-blog-award/

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  6. As the recent recipient of the Very Inspirational Blogger Award, I have proceeded with the process and have included your blog (again!) in my nominations. Thanks for your enjoyable blogs and information.

    Tom Fitzgerald, SpiritsOnaLearningAdventure

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  7. Eric Alagan says:

    Thank you for the “follow” and wishing all the very best in your journey of self discovery.

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  8. Thank you, Eric, for your follow.

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    • positivagirl says:

      Thank you for following my blog!! πŸ™‚ i am glad that it is not just me. Ah spiritual things, I cannot really explain it to people πŸ™‚

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      • And thank you in return. Yes, I suppose the hardest part of all of this is finding earthly words that can express the thing for which there are no such words. It is so exhilarating to find people who feel the same way that we do. I don’t really care if anyone thinks I am crazy, but a lot of people would think that if they heard even 10% of the thoughts that go through my head.

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  9. positivagirl says:

    Yes, well the life path that I have walked, is crazy for sure. I sometimes wonder how much control I have over my own life? That is true. In october, I was paid a years salary to leave work. Which was useful as I had been with a sociopath who wiped my bank accounts — and I was thousands in debt, so work paid me a years salary…… so I got the money back, being a charismatic sociopath he healed the damage done, by the distempered, narcissistic psycho before him which was emotional damage, and the father of my daughter who died…… which then gives rise to time off, working with women who have been or are in abusive relationships…. and writing a birth to explain childloss grief….. with 150 women on facebook. I am more busy now than I was when I was at work. But .,…… my boss is kinder!! πŸ™‚

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    • positivagirl says:

      It is really difficult to explain what happens to people. Work said (after 10 years working for them) you cannot ever mention yourself again. I was trained as a counsellor – and couldnt work in any other way. (I worked with homeless people)….. after that there was no work, they battled with big legal teams in london, I had nobody. In the end they said ‘how much do you want’ a year later, I left with a years salary and a great reference I wrote myself. And an agreement where they would say nothing but positive things about me. Including my boss!! πŸ™‚ You couldn’t make my life up…. it really is unusual, do similar things happen to you?

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      • I have tons of crazy things happen. But what do you mean, not mention yourself again? And why was there no work?

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        • positivagirl says:

          Ah!! Long story……

          I was in right job, wrong company – today I do very similar work, I just do not work for my boss.

          I don’t think I will ever work for an employer again. Probably not.

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          • Trust me, I know how you feel in the job department. I always try to look for the best in a situation and always feel like the job is right for me and the bosses are NEVER right for me. I suppose this does mean that we should work for ourselves. Well you know, work for the people and be our own boss. I have always had a problem with authority figures.

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  10. Hi, I’ve nominated you for a blogger award. See here for more information:
    http://juliannevictoria.com/2013/04/07/blogger-award-nominations/
    Namaste!

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  11. You’re racking up another blogging award, I nominated your blog for the Most Influential Blogger Award! http://dobetteralways.wordpress.com/2013/11/18/influential-blogger-award/

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  12. I love the new “blogover” and your tweaked intro page here. The purple is spot on , but I may be biased!

    love,
    Linda

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  13. intuitiveone says:

    I just stumbled across your blog. I am a pharmacist, wife, mom of 2….know what you are dealing with. I too have been developing my gifts. Living in a non-supportive environment is difficult. Almost everybody knows about me as I have slowly come out of the closet. The funny thing is most know but never speak of it. I am going to be quitting my job to do my work full time. the last few years at the pharmacy have been difficult and draining. You know how the pharmacy can be. I no longer wish to do both. Good luck on your spiritual journey.
    xo

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    • How am I just now seeing this comment? How in the world do we have all these things in common? How did you decide to quit and what made you finally do it? I struggle with feeding the corporate pharmaceutical machine. Oh how I want to quit. What is your plan now? how does one make the leap?

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      • intuitiveone says:

        It’s been difficult. I have felt the pull for some time now. It never seemed like the time was right. My husband was not supporting my decision to leave.
        My spirit work has been sporadic. My guides tell me I am not in the right vibration to do this work and I literally heard a voice tell me to quit the day I did.
        Of course my husband was furious. He has already gotten over that.
        I am still at the pharmacy until they find my replacement.
        I plan to do spirit work full time once I’m done there.
        I literally feel sick some times when I get done working. Especially when I work several days in a row.
        I found exercise is helping me clear that.

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        • I sure know the feeling. I don’t think anyone understands how draining a job it can be unless they have worked in a pharmacy. How does your husband handle you wanting to do spirit work? Mine is ok with it and I’m sure he thinks I’m crazy every time I open my mouth to talk about it but he is pretty supportive.

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          • intuitiveone says:

            my husband wonders why I am giving up a sure thing. 30 hours a week good benefits, money…He is coming around. In the end, he realizes that I need to be happy. If Momma isn’t happy, nobody is happy.
            I am still there for now while they find my replacement. I’m getting excited for something new and exciting.

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            • It took me a while to realize that sometimes the pursuit of money can cost you more than you are willing to part with. I just started really wanting to spend more time with my family even if it meant we would be dirt poor. That’s easier said than done and we both work more than 40 hrs a week. I really want to start a homestead out in the country. Grow our own food, have some chickens. This is my dream and spirit has helped me with it. I never would have believed it if someone told me I would be wanting to do this.

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              • intuitiveone says:

                I truly believe that we all have wishes and desires to pull us in a certain direction which means that absolutely everything that you long for is possible. I don’t think you are going to be dirt poor. You mind just can’t figure out how to make it work with out a traditional job. I think you have a limiting belief regarding work/money/etc. There are plenty of ways to generate income. I would consider your psychic gifts a resource. I feel the tarot cards are something that would work for you. If you are not already giving readings, you should start. That is something you could do easy, peasy. You could generate income and get out of the matrix.
                Sorry if I am babbling.

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                • You are not babbling and I am grateful for any input you have. I have tried giving the readings and it was working out but spirit wanted me to take a break. These were readings online and I do much better in person. I have a deck of tarot cards and I am studying them but have not worked with them much. I would LOVE to get out of the Matrix.

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