(Nice pic, George C.)
Jacqueline sent this link along, in case I missed it (which I had – so thank you!). I just love it when other psychics talk to the same people and get the same answers, and expand on it in ways I hadn’t thought about. I also love it when they come in the same groups! Here, George Harrison brought George Carlin along for the ride. This is just part one, I can’t wait for the rest of this chat:
I love you guys. J
I’m rather slack with tagging my entries consistently, since most of my posting is done by email. Just use the search bar and type “George” to find our past entries with George H. and George C.
So funny, I’ve been thinking about these guys.
I’ve also made a decision: This year my goal is to reset my “comfortable” state to one that is grounded and peaceful. This is not as easy as it may sound – it’s reprogramming my body and brain to automatically find its resting place in a calm, grounded, healthy state. I’ve decided that focusing on this will pay off for the rest of my life, and make it a lot easier to do difficult readings and changes when my natural reboot is a restorative place, rather than a distracted one.
For the past couple of months I’ve been noticing my coping mechanisms for the whole moving, finance, maybe-strike, crappy-car, thing has been distraction. I’ll seek out distractions like funny TV shows, high fat/sugar/salt foods, and, surprisingly, drama. It’s like an offshoot of reading gossip magazines, emotionally investing in other people’s manufactured drama. It’s a distraction, which is a coping mechanism. I’m going to retrain my coping mechanisms.
Funny that George H came up today, because he was the one who got me to quit TV some months ago, likening it to getting psychically plastered until I pass out. I’ve since relapsed and completely backslid on meditation and diet too. (Diet is SO important for telepathic communication, and this has been covered in the CE blog too.) I’ve been trying to figure out how I could have been doing so well, and suddenly it’s so difficult to keep up.
Well, I think it’s because my comfort place is distraction. That’s not rejuvenating, that’s not healing, and that’s not good enough for what I want to do with my life.
So this year is devoted to resetting my resting place from one of distraction, to one of peace.
I could use some help, please.