Psychic Medium Ed

Welcome June

A Dad is a person

Who is loving and kind.

And often he knows

What you have on your mind.

He's someone who listens,

suggests, and defends

A dad can be one

of your very best friends:

He's proud of your triumphs,

but when things go wrong,

A dad can be patient

and helpful and strong.

In all that you do,

a Dad's love plays a part

There's always a place for him

deep in your heart

And each year that passes,

you're even more glad.

More grateful and proud

just to call him your dad!

Thank you Dad...

for listening and caring,

for giving and sharing,

but, especially, for just being you.

-Author Unknown



Happy Fathers Day

Father's Day is a day of honoring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. Celebrated Sunday, June 20th.


Happy Summer Solstice

At the summer solstice, the Sun travels the longest path through the sky, and that day therefore has the most daylight. When the summer solstice happens in the Northern Hemisphere, the North Pole is tilted about 23.4° toward the Sun.


Flag Day

Commemorating the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777.



Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know

-Pema Chodron

Coins of any kind may be a sign of angels. Like feathers, angels will put coins along your path to let you know they are with you. They often appear if you are worried about a physical or material need. Finding a coin often means your needs are being taken care of.

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Summer

Summer is a celebration of the Earth’s incredible beauty and power!

Summer is a festival of this inner fire/power, the power that makes abundance and nourishment grow from tiny seeds. The power that brings things to fulfillment, and expands and brightens our lives, and makes good things come from seed ideas and plans.

The warmth of the sun and the long, hot days continually remind us of how good it is to find a balance between intense activity and lazy, idle hours doing nothing.

Summer teaches us patience. The fruit is green until it is ripe and you just cannot rush it. Something of the slow, sure rhythm of the time will enter into us if we let it; no, we cannot hurry things, but if we just relax and let go, things will reach their fullness without effort or ego’s striving on our part.

As we watch the ripening, flowering and fruiting all around us, we can’t help but be grateful for the generosity of the Earth Mother, who gives what we need so unstintingly.

Summer is a perfect time to discover our Earth connection; by receiving her gifts with respect, taking only, what we need, and doing what we can to minimize our impact on the delicate balance of the planet, we strengthen and nourish the bond we were given at birth with the great parent who sustains us all.

Many of us take vacations during the summer; we can use this time to create whole days of celebration around ancient festivals that honor the Earth’s life giving relationship with the sun.

By entering into activities that teach respect for and connection with these great powers vital sun and nourishing Earth, we align ourselves with those powers in a very deep way.

As we watch the field baking in the heat and as we feel the suns power to burn as well as to bless we can feel our own gifts, our own special abilities as they ripen and swell, and know that we, too, have the power to make a difference for growth or for destruction in the world…. it is a time to mark peak moments, moments of warmth and growth.

Our ancestors built huge bonfires on this day to celebrate their tangible connection to the vital power of the immense burning star that keeps our planet bright, warm and alive.

It is a good time to remember that we, like the sun, contain the power to nurture and sustain, and that we have a responsibility to burn as brightly as we can.

It is the time to invite fire into our lives, fire to burn away all that we have outgrown and no longer serves us; fire that makes the wild things grow in us, for which our inner selves have longed.

Family,

The month of June is upon us already. Where does the time go? The question of the month for us was have you had your vaccination yet? If so which one? It has become the new hello replacing when do you think this will be over. However, we do still debate the different types of vaccines, whether we have received one or not. In some ways it has become more difficult to distinguish rational thought from wishful thinking. It all can be very emotional. Chatting with friends and acquaintances as well as strangers. Masked, distance, hopeful, relieved to finally it is out turn. We made it into the lifeboat.

The mask mandate in our part of the world was lifted during the month of May. While our family has continued to err on the side of caution our son’s school was able to allow each student to opt out of wearing a mask. When we confronted our son, he was cautious and expressed that he was not yet comfortable with taking it off at the schoolhouse. We were quite surprised at his thoughts as he expressed them to us. It reminded us that our children are listening whether we know it or not.

We decided to take a ride to see my Mother for her special day in May. It turned out to be a beautiful day along the coast and even more so to see my beautiful Mother. Mother’s Day turned out to be perfect visiting even more of the family than what was expected. We took some wonderful pictures and even walked down memory lane a bit. I love you Mom!

We celebrated Memorial Day laying low mostly and enjoying some of the shows on television. We visited Patrick’s Grandparents and placed flowers on their graves for the occasion. His Grandfather was a veteran of WWI while his Dad having served in Korea. My Dad also a veteran serving around the world during his tenure. My hope is that everyone was able to reflect, remember and be at peace during this time.

Wishing you an incredible month of June with kindness, discipline, respect and gratefulness.

And on that note, I leave you to your June, my friends. Be safe. Be well.


With Love,

Did you know that no other month begins on the same day of the week as June? June has the longest day and shortest day of the year during this month. June has its own Beetle sometimes known as the June beetle. It is normally only found within the months of May and June. June is considered the best month to get married.

June 5th is World Environment Day – A day meant to raise environmental Awareness across the globe.

June 14th is Flag Day in the U.S.

June 19th is Juneteenth also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day

June 20th is the summer solstice, which heralds the start of summer. June is the month with the longest daylight hours of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

June 24th brings Midsummer Day, traditionally the midpoint of the growing season, halfway between planting and harvesting.

June is also known for Say Something Nice Day, Chimborazo Day, National Yo-Yo Day, Go Skateboarding Day and Asteroid Day. June is also known for a few food-related holidays such as National Rocky Road day, National Chocolate Macaroon Day and Chocolate Ice Cream Day.

June’s birthstone is the Pearl, the Moonstone and the Alexandrite.

June flower's are the Rose and the Honeysuckle.

June’s two star signs are Gemini and Cancer.

June’s full moon is known as the Strawberry Moon and will occur on Thursday June 24th. June is the last full moon of spring and the name Strawberry Moon comes from the relatively short season for harvesting strawberries in the north-eastern United States.

June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month. This is an opportunity to start a conversation to raise awareness about the brain, and share the fact that Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias are a major public health issue. Let’s remember the beautiful people who have crossed our paths who have Alzheimer’s or dementia and give hope that a cure can be found.

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Tarot of the Month

Ed,

The month of June's energy can be direct. This is the perfect energy for intentions and manifestation. You might find you are more direct in your actions, thinking and even communication. Be cautious because this directness may cause people to take your intentions the wrong way, especially with communication. Now is the time for you to move ahead in your plans and actions. This can lead to success.


The three cards pulled are for the 30 days. The first card being the first ten days, the second card being the next ten days, and the last card being the remaining ten days. (Cards are Deviant Moon Tarot by Patrick Valenza)


1st Card: Ace of Wands:

The ace of wands heralds the beginning of all that is good as she cradles new life in her arms. Her massive torch is prepared to spread its fire throughout the woods, igniting minds with creativity and passion. Divinatory meaning: Creativity. Passionate love. Birth. New life. Potential. Good things about to begin. Indifference. Loss of energy. Passivity. Delay in plans or journeys.

2nd Card: The Chariot:

The charioteer prepares to venture out of the city. Overcoming past adversities has made him strong; now he takes his experience to new lands. Divinatory meaning: A journey to new places. Boldly venturing into the unknown. Failed plans. Poor strategy.

3rd Card: Five of Pentacles:

A woman of ill repute makes her way through the narrow streets of the city. Having none of the city’s amenities, she searches for a place of refuge amidst the industrial buildings. She soon discovers hope in the form of five pentacles glowing in a church window. Divinatory meaning: Material hardships. Homelessness. Poverty. A lost soul. Improved outlook. Better times. New employment.

Questions and Counsel

Hi Katelyn,

I’m wondering, how do I know if I’m on the right path?

Hi friend!

There being a right path suggests that there is a wrong path, and there is no wrong path. Where we are at is where we are meant to be. If you are questioning your current place, then I suggest you start writing letters to your past self. Start reflecting on what choices lead you to where you are at and what choices you need to begin making to get where you want to go. Human free will is powerful, and our paths are always right.


Katelyn


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Spiritual Practices

These sacred prayers are used by many throughout the world. You can practice by including them in your times of prayer and meditation.


Inner Peace

The Silence is my place of peace and renewal.


Guidance

I am a radiating center of light and understanding.


Healing

I am an expression of infinite life.


Prosperity

I live in a world of plenty, and I have a consciousness of abundance


World Peace

I hold the world in a vision of harmony and peace.

Wellness

Patrick


The month of June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month. When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia, it has a ripple effect that can impact the entire family. In fact, families of those with memory loss are often referred to as the invisible second patients. Sadly caregivers often times become physically and emotionally over burderned and experience high rates of physical illness, social isolation and emotional distress. Finding a support group whether through family, close friends or medical professionals helps bring down the stress level tremendously. This month holds dear to my heart. During the last four years of my Mom's life she suffered through this dibilitating disease. My sister was my Mom's caregiver. I am forever grateful to her for being there and making sure Mom was taken care of until her last breath.


Alzheimer’s Taught Me to be Grateful.....

When I realized my mother’s forgetfulness, repetitive stories and questions, and increasingly uncharacteristic behaviors were more than normal aging, I knew life would never be the same. My mind raced with frustration and fear at our suddenly uncertain future.

Mom was in her mid-seventies – what seemed a young and physically strong and healthy mid-seventies. This was not supposed to happen. She had worked hard throughout her career and this was the time for her to reap the benefits. However, in a cruel turn of events, her golden years were slipping through her fingers like water through a sieve.

Mom was a mostly a quiet reserved woman; she loved to shop, was fiercely independent, but also had a small rather spunky, vibrant side of her. She made many friends throughout her life and was loved by all who knew her. When you got to know Mom, you were a friend for life. Mom loved to travel and many times I would call on the spur of the moment and say meet me in New York or Seattle, her favorite city being a toss up between Chicago and San Francisco. Mom loved nothing more than raising her three children.

I can only imagine how it felt for her – to be trapped inside a body that was betraying her; unable to communicate when she needed to.

After she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, tension permeated our close relationship. Mom struggled with shame and denial. She had developted a bit of a mean streak and I had a hard time finding the patience I needed as our natural roles shifted. I was becoming the parent, and neither of us was ready for that to happen. She had always been my rock, but my rock was crumbling.

Over the years, my emotions ran the gamut. I felt cheated. While we should have been traveling and making memories together, she was slipping further into the disease. Her laughter was often replaced with tears, and piercing outbursts sometimes filled the air for hours. Even in the advanced stage, I am certain she had moments of clarity and knew what was happening. It was gut wrenching to witness, so I can only imagine how it felt for her – to be trapped inside a body that was betraying her, unable to communicate when she needed to.

Time marched on, and each visit was unique and unpredictable. I cannot pinpoint the exact moment that it happened, but it was like an epiphany when I truly accepted this new life. It had taken a few years. With that acceptance came a sense of relief and gratitude. Mom was changing every day, but she was still the woman who had been by my side for more than five decades. Her essence, the core of her being, was very much present.
When she could not come back to my world, I found that I could visit and go to hers. It was in that place we connected and shared remarkably beautiful moments of joy. Sometimes, it was just holding hands and watching the birds and squirrels hop around in the grass. Or watching her absolute delight at the sight of a vanilla ice cream cone. We would look at photographs and I would listen as she laughed, pointing at the images and jabbering away unintelligibly. Perhaps I could not understand the words, but I could certainly grasp the emotion behind them.

When the phone rang that cold, windy January morning at somewhere around three o'clock I knew deep in my heart it was time. My sister was calling to let me know that
Mom had been moved to hospice. The outlook wasn't good and we were told that Mom had a few hours maybe two to three days at the most. We would have to travel to get to Mom and there was much preparation before leaving. I sent my son to school that morning keeping the news from him until time to leave and allowed myself a few moments to reflect on what was happening. We are a close family and Mom had her entire family with her by that evening. Mom was incoherent her last bit of time. We all took turns sitting with her and having a moment to say our goodbyes individually. I remember holding her hand and telling her how much I loved her. I didn't want to let go. It was during a bit of reminiscing of old times and finding a few humurous moments that Mom decided it was her time. I believe she knew she had a room full of smiles and that her family was finally at peace. It was during this time that she decided to take her new journey. I remember that last breath and the tears that followed. My son held my hand tightly and when I looked down the tears were streaming down his face. He looked at me and softly said "I want my Grandma back". I knelt down and hugged him as tight as i could.


Her smile, the rare “I love you,” or a glimpse of a familiar facial expression or gesture that was so unmistakably Mom brought a profound sense of gratitude. In an odd way, Alzheimer’s made our bond even stronger than it had been before. It allowed us to connect on a deeper, visceral level, and for that, I will be forever grateful. I love you Mom!

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