Discover Healer Barbara Becker

Enclosure: A Spiritual Autobiography reads like a flower, growing from a bud and unfurling into a beautiful blossom.

Barbara Becker is a healer, psychic, and teacher. Like many people, she may have been born with rare spiritual gifts, but discovering those abilities to reach other dimensions takes a life time of exploration. She deals with the “real” life challenges of relationships, job decisions, illness and all the rest that come with the human experience. Along the way, she senses there is much more to her than society would lead her to believe. Enclosure reveals the teachers she encountered, the many challenges experienced, and the ultimate surrender to Spirit to guide her life.

As a resident of Phoenix, she took advantage of the spiritual teachers around her. From Tai Chi to Reiki, she follows her path, growing in spiritual wisdom, while also facing personality flaws to correct. This is a story of spiritual courage. One of my favorite sections recalls her trip to Peru and all the mystical happenings in that legendary land. Ultimately, she takes her place as a healer of the unseen energies being activated on the planet. She is a Light Worker working out her life mission.

I enjoyed this book, taking my time with it. Writing a spiritual autobiography is not easy to organize or communicate. Barbara balances the highlights of her spiritual life with the earthly issues. As the saying goes, we are spirits having human experiences, and we all have to deal with the earth-bound human side of lives every day. Barbara Becker’s story offers encouragement for those seeking a spiritual path that goes beyond the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Pick up your copy at Amazon. It’s free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers and reasonably priced to other. Be inspired with Enclosure: A Spiritual Autobiography, an Indie Spiritual Book Award Winner.

 

 

Barbara BeckerBarbara Becker is a former critical care nurse, who now works with the angelic realm, teaching, guiding and channeling healing for clients. She lives in Arizona. Visit Barbara Becker Healing

Take A Spiritual Development Class

vogue 1952A few months ago I had a very strange experience with a painting. I was unloading it with a batch of other paintings for an art show. Every time I looked at it, images came into my mind of fashionable people from the 1950′s. A woman with red lipstick, upswept hair, and a cigarette holder came into focus, along with sounds of a cocktail party.

During the course of the weekend, the strange impressions kept beaming to me, every time I glanced at the painting. As it turned out, the painting was done by an artist named Tyrus Wong who is best known for his work on the Disney film, Bambi. He had a long career in the entertainment industry in Hollywood. It had been painted in the 1950′s. It might have hung on a wall in the Hollywood Hills. Had I pick up some sort of “vibes” from the picture?

That experience led me to a spiritual development class on psychometry–the ability to hold an object and receive information about past owners or events associated with it. The class, taught by Debbie Nuccio Durrough, allowed me to explore the multidimensional ability of psychometry. The participants all brought various objects to be tested by the others. We wrote down our impressions. As it turned out, I have a knack for psychometry.

BambiSpiritual Development classes are popping up all over the country. I’ve taken classes in spiritual painting, meditation, energy healing, spirit communication, and the ” five clairs”–clairvoyance (seeing), clairaudience (hearing), clairsentience (feeling), clairalience (smelling),  and clairgustance (tasting).  (Read more about the clairs at The Scrying Bowl.)The point of taking such classes is to become a more multidimensional person. It’s not to be the next great guru or soothsayer. Most of us are only using a fraction of the abilities we possess. Being able to tap into higher dimensions of information makes for a much richer living experience. As a person of faith, I feel the classes have brought me in better communication with the Creator and my Spiritual Helpers.

I know there’s a certain fear factor in this. People are afraid they’ll get involved in something dark. I say choose wisely; follow your intuition. Check out the picture of the teacher. Do you get a positive feeling? There have been times I’ve decided against a class because it didn’t “feel” right. On the whole, my experiences have been positive, enlightening, and fun. Don’t let unfounded fear keep you from exploring and being the best you can be!

Thanks to the power of the Internet, classes are easy to find. Do a Google search or look for like-minded groups at Meetup.com. Join the Supernal Adventure!

Blessing to All–

Dana Taylor

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A Hero with Mystical Talents

charminwarriormediumOf all the books I’ve written, CHARMIN’ WARRIOR, is the one that took off in mystical directions I didn’t see coming.

The character of Jaguar Jack Campbell grew to surprising depths as his psychic abilities emerged. At first glance he’s a shallow Hollywood celebrity, but there’s much more than meets the eye in Jack. He resists his heroic destiny, but it can’t be avoided. Of course, he can’t fight evil all on his own. Maggie Savannah, US Marine, is ordered on a secret mission with Jack. She resists the idea of working with a civilian celebrity. They get off to a rough start, but have to work as a team, whether they like it or not.

Join their adventure on the mythical island of Paradisio to rescue a missionary kidnapped by terrorists. They may be fighting much more than mere humans.

CHARMIN’ WARRIOR–adventure and romance with a mystical touch!

On special in the Kindle Store for only 99 cents– Amazon

New Release “Soul Snacks: Fast Food for the Spirit”

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Looking for a little mental and spiritual refreshment during your hectic day? Soul Snacks: Fast Food for the Spirit*  brings you a variety of short stories, articles, reviews, and excerpts to give you a lift.

Many pieces are taken from blog posts here at Supernal Living where I explore “healing energy, spirituality, and wonder.”

  • Part One, Supernal Tales, offers four short stories with a mystical touch.

The word “Supernal” is defined as “being or coming from on high,” Heavenly or Ethereal.

You’ll enjoy four fictional stories of people who have their lives touched by supernal forces.

House Call—inspired by my work as a Reiki therapist. A chronically ill woman spends the day with a unique therapist.

Detour—A grieving young mother takes a drive that changes her life.

The Lamp—Could it be a sign to this widower?

Shiny Green Shoes—Life was hard on old Route 66 in Luther, Oklahoma during the Great Depression. A town down on its luck is given hope through the unlikely friendship of an aging actress and a poor child of the South.

  • Part Two, Definitely Dana, includes popular blog posts from my personal experiences.
  • Part Three, Reiki Healing Energy presents an introduction to the healing technique from Japan.
  • Part Four, Supernal Book Reviews, are reviews of some of my favorite spiritual books.
  • Part Five, Supernal Excerpts, gives you samples of some of my full-length fictional tales.

Soul Snacks is available through the Kindle Store at Amazon. It is FREE for Kindle Unlimited Subscribers.

Enjoy!

*Soul Snacks is a revised and expanded version of a book previously published as Supernal Stories

 

The Quantum Case for Reincarnation

Lois J. Wetzel

Lois J. Wetzel

Lois J. Wetzel is a mystic and visionary thinker. She is able to communicate with the Guardians of  the Akashic Records and offers clients life-readings to help them in their present lives. Her latest book, Reincarnation: Past Lives and the Akashic Records is fascinating. At the end of the book, she added an Addendum that ties in some concepts of quantum physics to reincarnation. I asked Lois’ permission to post it here. This is for those of you who “get” it!

Reality is too complex to be trapped by a measurement, according to Dr. Deepak Chopra. In my opinion this pervasive yet foolish notion is the trouble with empiricism; the idea that the truth of what is real can be determined by a set of rules created by humans. This misconception keeps us from living in the real world. Empiricism, the currently accepted scientific method, relies almost solely upon measurement. But reality is just not that simple—as Chopra has said. Human beings are in no position to dictate what features “reality.” Reality is whatever it is. Our notion of how to determine what is real and true—that is what must change. It must change in order to embrace what reality is, not what we think it should be.     

We now know due to advances in quantum physics and mechanics over the last century that our physical universe is far more complicated than was previously believed. These advances convince many that we humans are on the edge of proving that each of us has a consciousness which transcends physical form. Or perhaps we are about to discover there is a supreme consciousness which transcends and underlies all reality, and we are part of that consciousness. Once that is firmly established and understood by a critical mass of us everything will change. A piece of that change will be that it will be finally clear to even the greatest skeptics that past lives are clearly likely within the infinite field of possibilities in which we exist.     

Indeed, the odds are great that the proof of most of what we refer to as psychic phenomena flows from that conclusion about transcendent consciousness.      I have long held that consciousness is all there is. Consciousness creates everything out of the infinite waves of probability floating somewhere in the unmanifest field.    

I first learned about the famous “double-slit experiment” back in the 1980s–the experimenters’ conclusion was that light could behave as either a particle or a wave. Which light “decided” to be was completely dependent upon its being measured. Until it was measured or observed, it was neither a particle nor a wave, just a possibility. This decision light was making was referred to as the “observer effect.” Back then the scientific measurement was considered the important event or deciding factor.     

I am relieved to report that in the ensuing thirty years more experiments have been done. It is now known that not only light, but electrons behave the same way in this experiment. Electrons are bits of matter. With further experimentation it has been found that molecules and atoms behave like waves of probability as well. This means that particles of matter do not decide when, where and how they are going to show up in the physical world until they also are observed. They do not exist as anything but a probability until a consciousness interacts with them.     

Observation being so important, perhaps it needs to be defined. Observation and measurement are the same thing.  Measurement requires some kind of measuring device or tool. One very important distinction about the measuring device is that it includes the physicality of the human being doing the observing. The eyes, the retina on which images are registered, the optic nerve which carries that image to the brain, the physical and chemical components of the brain—all these are as much bits of the measuring instrument as any metal, glass, plastic or wooden objects that might be used for measuring purposes.     

If the brain is simply an instrument, then who or what is doing the observing? It must be something outside or apart from the brain. Clearly, it has to be the consciousness since that is all that is left. In other words, when observation is broken down to its core component all that is left is consciousness—or awareness. In the end, all there is left to do the observing, and hence the creating of reality, is consciousness.      Studies have shown that something interesting happens when we decide to take an action like picking up a writing tool, for example. The hand moves in the direction of the tool a fraction of a second before the changes in the brain which signal that a decision has been made have occurred. Yes, the hand moves before the brain thinks about picking up the tool. Clearly the hand, and doubtless other parts of the body, can receive signals from consciousness as well or better than the brain.      The brain is therefore not where the decision is made. The brain is merely a receiver. The mind, or consciousness, is where the decision is made. Quantum physicist Nassim Haramein has said that looking for consciousness inside the brain is like looking for the announcer inside the radio.     

To further support the existence of a separate consciousness it is important to note certain facts. People who have died and been revived almost always report either standing outside of or floating above their own bodies. They can recount accurately what others at the scene were doing or saying after they died. To test this, certain hospitals even place written notes atop upper cabinets in operating rooms so that someone floating on the ceiling can read these notes and report back what was written there if asked later—assuming they return to life. And yes, some people do return to life and report what was written on top of the cabinets.   Consider that the people’s brains were still inside their bodies during the time they were outside those same bodies observing themselves and their surroundings. Their consciousness was not, though. Their sense of themselves, the part that observes—the part that sees and hears–was outside the body. It therefore seems clear we are not our bodies, nor our brains. What we are is a deathless consciousness which can leave and re-enter our bodies and still be conscious of what was going on as though the body were not necessary.

It follows logically that this consciousness can enter a new body prior to the time of its birth, and leave again at death. So why could we not do that more than once? Why should we assume that this awareness of ourselves cannot or would not enter a new body several times over a long span of time if the conditions were agreeable? Why would we settle for only one lifetime? There is a mounting body of evidence supporting the belief that most of the people on the planet have held for countless thousands of generations. We reincarnate.

Find Reincarnation: Past Lives and the Akashic Record at Amazon