Feed on

As a clairvoyant, I have information coming in all day, every day.  A lot of it is emotion.  People think they feel their feelings in a vacuum but in reality all that stuff goes somewhere and I’m here to tell you, it’s everywhere.

Nothing rings my bells like being in a crowd:  all those messy feelings drifting around. The worst possible place is the cafeteria at my daughter’s elementary school and this makes perfect sense: kids live almost entirely in their emotional bodies until they are teens. Their feelings aren’t submerged like adults’ are, so the cafeteria is a riot of unrestrained feeling.

Then there are community gatherings–indoor or outdoor, being outside doesn’t necessarily dilute the energies–rock concerts, the company Christmas party, big sporting events and so forth. The common thread is mobs of people, but you can become overwhelmed with random emotional energy when you’re alone. It’s all about managing one’s space.

Just a month ago I learned a new tool, something they didn’t teach in school. Filters. It was introduced in casual conversation, a tool my intuitive friend had just learned.

Huh, I thought. I gotta remember that.

So a couple days later I asked to have filters around my space, that let in only information that was relevant to my life and that was useful. I noticed a difference immediately, a new kind of clarity. Information came in faster.

I realized I’d been sifting through piles of clutter to get to what I needed. Random stuff I didn’t have any use for, but I never knew it was there. It made a lifelong, constant background hum, how could I have known until it was gone?

Filters. A faster way to get to Point B.




Leave a Reply