Loss of identity, independence and withdrawn
Hi Chunty, 😊
Im sorry to hear you are lonely I’m glad you have your precious cat.
I understand it would be difficult for you Chunty having to depend on others……..
Please try to be kind to yourself…… practice some meditation…
Im sorry that some people drain you I understand……. Try to lift yourself up by telling yourself positive things…
Im well thank you Chunty and my family…… thank you 😊
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas 🤶🏻 ❤️🙏🤗
You are so thoughtful. I also wish you and Merryweather the best for the new year, hoping that life is kind to you under the circumstances. So sorry to hear things have become more challenging over the past few weeks. Take care by resting in bed as much as you feel you need to. Hope you've got a couple of hobbies you can focus on while in bed. Of course, I'm sure Merryweather is good company. Can recall, going back some years, having to choose between my cat and my husband as to who I wanted in the bed more, as my husband's semi allergic to cat fur. Chunty, it was a tough choice but lets just say I'm still married 🙂 Hope I gave you a bit of a smile there.
I've been working throughout the holiday season in the kitchen at the retirement home. Working somewhere where 99% of the staff have an amazing sense of humor makes getting through the challenges of COVID somewhat easier, especially in aged care. I think, while COVID is definitely no laughing matter, you gotta find things to joke about so you don't go completely insane.
Again, all the best 🙂
You're so kind and thoughtful with your words. Such words are so expressive of your feelings and energy. I think this is one of the gifts of being sensitive, the ability to sense or feel each other through words 🙂
If I had a better memory than what I do, I'd consider studying psychology. A few people I know have mentioned this field to me. My daughter studied psychology in years 11 and 12 and last year in her first year of uni. She's recently changed courses to study primary school teaching, by the way. She'll be a great and inspiring leader of children. The amount of info that needs to be retained in the study of psychology is incredibly challenging. I think you need a pretty solid memory in order to study it. You never know, if something leads me to basically develop my memory, I may g on to reconsider 🙂
With the psychic aspect, what comes to mind is 'What would Jesus do?', which is one of the greatest Christian mantras. You could ask 'What would the church say about this?' but, at the end of the day, what Jesus may do (or say) in regard to a particular practice may be very different from the church. I should add, I've come across some pure money making charlatans (with all their tricks of the trade) when it comes to the psychic side of things, yet I've also come across some incredibly genuine people, who have an undeniable connection to being able to see or hear the way forward, regarding divine inspiration. So, while the church may be against employing psychics, perhaps Jesus may say 'Find the person who has the clearest channel to the divine, so that if you can't see and hear clearly at the moment, they can do this for you'. The reason I include the words 'at the moment' is based on the fact there are times where we can see and hear what's naturally inspiring. Keep in mind, inspiration is not always joyful and lighthearted, sometimes we may be inspired to to undertake the incredible mind altering heartbreaking challenge of cutting depressing or stressful people out of our life. Divine inspiration can be deeply challenging.
I can't help but wonder what led you to consider the hypnosis and focusing on protection from negative energies. Could it have been divine inspiration? Chunty, I imagine you already channel the divine, through prayer. Sometimes, the greatest challenge is to ignore what others think about the way in which we receive inspiration 🙂
By the way, with the psychic aspect, I'd advise seeking recommendations from people.