Psychic Medium Ed

The Exciting Month of November

There is always something to be thankful for......Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours.
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Psychic Medium Ed


November is all about action and continuity. Spiritual Awakening connecting the third eye with the crown chakra, Power Psychic Energy, Spiritual Law and revelation, Enlightenment, True Love, Natural Talents, Compassion, Divine Influence projected from above to below, Mysticism and Magic, Generosity and Discretion. The energy of the month of November helps us to tap into our own personal soul mission. Dolphin animal Spirit guards over the month of November. November the 1st marks the Samhain Fire Festival Celebrations in the Northern Hemisphere and Beltane Fire Festival in the Southern Hemisphere. The Month of November represents the spiritual warrior and acts as a mirror this month reflecting that the battle always lies with the self. A time to remain mindful concentrating on correct conduct and right action these November energies will act as personal protection this month. The eleven will not allow escapism, to cover the eyes and deny what is happening around you, action and awakening are called for here. November streams forth a time of transition and significant personal and psychic growth, a new chapter begins. Take time out to see how your whole life has brought you to this point, the present, where you are right now. Be present, awake and alert, in times of transition.

Family Time

For most of us, finding family time is difficult, leave alone quality family time. With our busy schedules, we tend to lose focus on spending family time with our loved ones, even though we want to. Being able to take out quality time for your family is essential. What does the phrase ‘quality time’ mean? To most people it means uninterrupted, concentrated time to spend with their children, family, spouses, and friends. Quality family time should ideally be a relaxed one, free of conflicts, and the time when you can have meaningful conversations or do things with your loved ones. It is often believed that this time should make up in quality for what is missed in quantity. However, you may not be able to spend that kind of time with your family, which then leads to guilt and resentment. Quality time spent with your family doesn’t have to be a planned activity or a specific agenda to follow, nor do you need an entire day to spend some real quality time with your family. Instead, it means spending time that is worthwhile and means something, which can be varied and spontaneous in length from a few minutes to a few hours, depending on the circumstances.

I came across these two sayings below. Thought I would share them with you.

Remember life is short, take advantage of it.

“Family isn’t about whose blood you have. It’s about who you care about.”

“If I had my child to raise all over again,
I’d build self-esteem first, and the house later.
I’d finger-paint more, and point the finger less.
I would do less correcting and more connecting.
I’d take my eyes off my watch, and watch with my eyes.
I’d take more hikes and fly more kites.
I’d stop playing serious, and seriously play.
I would run through more fields and gaze at more stars.
I’d do more hugging and less tugging.

With Love,

The Magic of Flowers


As the birth flower for November, the chrysanthemum is one of the most colorful flowers that bloom in fall — a season that’s known for having only a few colorful blooms. Therefore, the chrysanthemum symbolizes joy and beauty despite the oncoming colder months.

Different chrysanthemums carry different meanings across various time periods and cultures. According to the Victorian language of flowers, chrysanthemums symbolize friendship and well-wishing. In Buddhism, chrysanthemums are used as offerings to emit powerful Yang energy. In China, chrysanthemums are commonly offered to the elderly, as they symbolize long life and good luck. In Australia, chrysanthemums are the official flowers for Mother’s Day due to their nickname “mum.”

Chrysanthemums come in a variety of different colors, each holding a different meaning:

White chrysanthemums symbolize loyalty and honesty.

Red chrysanthemums symbolize love and deep passion.

Violet chrysanthemums symbolize a wish to get well.

Yellow chrysanthemums symbolize neglected love or sorrow.

The month of November officially has two birthstones: citrine and topaz

The citrine is known as a “healing quartz” due to its ability to promote vitality and energy for the wearer. It’s meaning has roots in Chinese feng shui philosophy, where this gemstone is known for creating wealth. The citrine is available in a variety of colors, ranging from yellow to deep orange. Despite its beauty, it is a pretty affordable gemstone due to its abundance in nature and can be found in Brazil and Spain.

The topaz symbolizes love and affection and is a stone that is available in a wide variety of colors including, pink, purple, yellow, orange, and blue. The most prized topaz is the called the imperial topaz, which has a deep orange color with undertones of pink and was a favorite amongst Russian czars during the 1800s. Blue topaz is created when colorless topaz is treated with heat, which results in a blue hue.

November Horoscopes


Scorpios are characterized as determined, magnetic and elusive, and is known as one of the most misunderstood signs. Despite a cool and aloof exterior, Scorpios are intensely emotional on the inside and they completely give themselves to those they love. Extremely determined, they give one hundred ten percent towards everything that they do. Scorpios who are born between November 15th to the 22nd, fall on the Scorpio-Sagittarius cusp where the more intense Scorpio traits are balanced out by the easygoing spirit of the Sagittarius.


Sagittarians are characterized as having an unstoppable drive, and a carefree lifestyle. They are known to be very self-confident, which can easily come off as overconfident, and generally believe that they can achieve anything they want. They’re known for taking risks and hate to hear the words “That’s impossible.” Sagittarians are incredibly fascinated by life and will stop at nothing to achieve self-understanding and promote their own personal growth. Sagittarians who are born between November 22nd to the 27th fall on the Sagittarius-Scorpio cusp are typically less laidback and have a much stronger determination than the average Sagittarius.

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Tarot of the Month


Our three-card reading for the month of November is broken up into the first ten days 1-10, the second set of ten days, 11-20 and the last ten days, 21-30. For the first ten days, we have the Page of Wands. What a gorgeous young man depicted on this card. He looks romantic and adventurous and daring to go out there and conquer the world and meet his destiny, wherever that may be and with whoever he is yet to meet. He is warm and sensitive and challenged by the adventure of life itself. He knows no fears for he is too young yet to know what that means. He is daring and forthright and persistent to get his needs met. He likes to travel far and wide and will not be restrained by what others want him to do. His life is his own and he knows that he alone owns it.

He cannot tolerate lies, deception or unwholesomeness. He welcomes change and will go off on a tangent and leave town on a whim. He knows no boundaries of mind or soul. He has gained some skills in life and has a feather in his cap, so to speak. He will go where angels fear to tread and live the simple life if possible. He is poetic and loves life and learning new skills. For the second set of ten days, we see the Ace of Swords. When you draw this card, you are being given the urge to broaden your horizons and make sweeping changes. Your future is about to move ahead in many and varied ways. This card cuts aside those things and people that you no longer need or are relevant to your life. This can also too be a fertility card, so if you are seeking to bring a new baby into the world, this can help to manifest it. It is possible that you may feel like making a new beginning in your life and starting over. You could move to a new house, change jobs, get married or have a new baby arrive. Whichever you choose, it will be a welcome change and one that will require additional energy on your part, however you will more than adequately meet the new challenge. Physically, it could mean that an operation is imminent, and that your health is undergoing some changes. It is possible that something must be removed, whether that be a tooth or other body part, and it may be replaced with an artificial part. This gives the ability to recover quickly and to get on with the rest of your life. You may also be undergoing major psychological changes where you are feeling more confident and outgoing. You may start becoming more ambitious or self-motivated and ready to take on new challenges and dare to do more than you have ever done before. Luck is on your side. For the last ten days of the month we have the Page of Cups.

The picture on this card is of a youngish person, who is often male, though this can indicate a female. He is colorfully dressed and wears a hat. He carries a cup before him, as an offering of sharing what he has learnt. He looks content and yet very innocent. He could be about to embark on a new career or had just graduated from college, university or from law school. He is clean shaven, either blue or black eyes and has lovely sleek hair. He loves to wear bright colored clothing which reflects his warmth and compassion for others. If you draw this card and the person is yourself, you may discover some new career direction that will lead you towards prosperity. If it is someone else, they could become very important to you, either by becoming your new best friend, or your lover or husband/wife. This person is also highly sensitive and should therefore only mix with people who are positive and enthusiastic. There may also be some special occasion coming up where you must put on your best threads. This month is all about action, change, adventure and prosperity. We start it off with All Saints Day on the 1st and then All Souls Day on the 2nd, being a great time for blessings, reflection and inner peace. Wishing you an uplifting autumn month!

Honoring Yourself


I had someone ask me, "why you and not me?" "Why are you the gifted one?" My angels and I blankly looked at each other, I did not know what to say. It's funny, this person asked, "why me?" from the sensation of praise; I usually ask, "why me?" from the sensation of pain.

I stopped comparing myself to others and embraced who it was I was meant to be. I don't know why me; all I know is that this is me. From the outside looking in being psychic is cool. Having access to angelic wisdom and knowing what's not being said is cool. On the inside looking out it's not that cool. Rarely feeling like you fit in, and intensive inner healing is not that cool. The truth is anyone can do what I do, and the rest of the truth is, very rarely do people want to do it. It's an ugly process. It's lonely, it's self-doubting, it's isolation, it's all encompassing, it's shadow work. But why not you? The journey to your true self is a whole lot better than living in comparison to others.

Spiritual Practices


Thanksgiving is a time of year to take stock of your life and to gather with family and friends to give thanks and express gratitude for all the many blessings received throughout the year. The earth is richly covered with orange and red leaves from the trees and home are scented with the smell of hearty home cooked meals seasoned with sage, cinnamon and pumpkin spice. Symbols of wealth and harvest such as the cornucopia, apples, pumpkins and corn decorate our homes Thanksgiving is not just a time for appreciation of the past, it is also hope for avoiding scarcity in the year ahead. It is a great time to practice some easy manifestation or prosperity rituals. Making a gratitude jar is a simple but powerful abundance ritual. Focusing on what we are grateful for raises our vibration which brings us more things to be grateful for. Find a jar, basket, chest or container that you like and decorate it with symbols of love, wealth and blessings. Find little trinkets that symbolize things that you are grateful for and on colorful strips of paper write down people and things that you are grateful for. Fill the jar or container with these symbols of gratitude. Display it on your Thanksgiving table. Pull a strip of paper or a trinket from the jar and share the reasons why you are grateful for a person or thing with your loved ones. This will encourage everyone to take part in realizing the many blessings in their lives and help them to increase their attitude of gratitude as well.



Lavender for Physical and Spiritual Healing

Throughout the ages, the lavender plant has been revered for its sweet aroma and healing qualities. The sweet scent of lavender has been recognized for thousands of years and the plant has been a coveted herb since the dawn of man. The word lavender comes from the Latin phrase lavera, which means “to wash.” Lavender is a member of the mint family and is found in the Mediterranean region, Northern and Eastern Africa and parts of India. It grows low to the ground and boasts beautiful white, purple, and blue flowers throughout the summer and fall seasons.

The lavender plant appeared in many ancient civilizations. The sweet-smelling lavender oil was used during ancient times in Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Roman soldiers were said to have used the lavender plant to wash their clothes with and make their bathwater smell good. In Egypt, lavender was used in the embalming process and in cosmetics. Lavender oil was used in Greece as a perfume. In Rome, lavender was commonly used for medicinal healing. Lavender was used topically in ancient Roman societies and was used in bath water and in homeopathic insect repellent. Ancient monks grew lavender flowers to use as medicinal herbs throughout the middle ages.

Lavender relaxes your mind and body. It helps you reach a deeper spiritual connection through your meditative work. Your third-eye chakra connects well to the pleasing aroma of lavender. Your intuition and spiritual understanding can become heightened from incorporating lavender into your meditation.

Health and Lavender

Lavender is an ingredient of compounds used for aromatherapy and alternative medicine. Its sweet aroma can be found in lotions and shampoos. It is often used as an essential oil. Many people put a few drops of lavender oil into their bathwater or diffuser. It is always a good idea to be very careful when using essential oils and especially avoid your eyes and other sensitive parts of the body.

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties which can be used to help heal minor burns and bug bites. Research has revealed that the essential oil of lavender may be useful for treating anxiety, depression, insomnia, and restlessness. Some studies even suggest that lavender can help digestive issues such as nausea, vomiting, upset stomach, and abdominal swelling.

Lavender essential oil is often used to promote rest, bring on sleep and a feeling of happiness. It also helps reduce the symptoms of migraine headaches. The relaxing scent of lavender makes it a great aromatherapy for people suffering from depression.

Here are some simple ways to incorporate lavender into your daily routine:

· Use a few drops in your bath to relax and calm your body mind and spirit.

· Add a drop of lavender to your band aid when you cut yourself. It has amazing healing properties.

· Put a drop of lavender on a bug bite, cut, burn, or scratch.

· Sprinkle a few drops of lavender oil on your pillow before you go to sleep.

· Use a drop of lavender on any skin blemish.

· Place a few drops of lavender oil on your temples to help combat jet lag.

· Use a drop of lavender in some carrier oil for a headache.

· Make a calming cup of tea from the lavender flowers - just add hot water and let seep for 5 minutes. Add some lavender to your body lotion or massage oil for a calming healing experience.

· Add a few drops of lavender to some witch hazel and cleanse your face with it. Add a few drops to some white vinegar and baking soda and clean with it.

· Diffuse some in the air by placing a few drops in boiling water.

· Add a few drops on a cotton cloth in your dryer.


Lavender Oil and Your Spiritual Work

Lavender oil provides spiritual healing. The gentleness of lavender encourages compassion while helping to soothe deep sadness. Lavender conjures feelings of balance and emotional well-being. The many healing traits that lavender oil provides can also have a healing effect on your spirit. Lavender oil encourages feelings of tranquility and peace. It allows for you to remain calm during times of stress.

Lavender oil releases energy blockades. According to a belief system called “Chakra", our bodies are made up of seven energy centers called Chakras in which our energy flows. If one of the seven Chakras becomes blocked by negative energy, an emotional imbalance exists. It is used in aromatherapy methods as a way to relieve body tension and stress. In ancient times, lavender oil was used to purify the bodies of the dead.

Today, the cleansing traits in lavender oil can still allow you to purify your body on a spiritual level.

· Clear your energetic field by rubbing a few drops of lavender oil into the arches of your feet.

· Balance energetic field by gently massaging a few drops of lavender oil on the outer ear.

· Blend with clary sage oil and geranium oil to bring harmony to your home.

· Anoint the heart chakra to receive love. Apply anointing oil using a clockwise motion to bring love in.

· Lavender resonates with the crown chakra as well, relating to universal consciousness. Anoint the top of the forehead using a downward motion. This motion is symbolic of bringing the spirit into the body.

· Use it to anoint your ritual tools and candles to help "wash" away negative energies of the object or person you wish to cleanse.

· For personal purification, sprinkle five to seven drops to your bath water. Soak in the bath for twenty to thirty minutes.

· Place eight to ten drops of lavender oil into a soapstone oil diffuser. Light a tealight candle and place under the oil. Allow the aroma to fill the room. Exhale any negative thoughts. Breathe in the fragrant scent, clearing your mind of any distractions.

Lavender oil has always provided so many benefits to its users, it is no wonder that it is still so widely used by people today. Whether you are using it to calm your spirit, help heal an injury or to perfume and anoint your body, lavender can provide tranquility and release any energy blockades that are impeding your life. Always consult our doctor before using any type of natural healing therapy instead of, or with, traditional medicine.

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