Melissa Hevenor
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Archive for January, 2010

How to Keep Your Chin Up When You Don’t Have Time to Find Your Face

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Lately, with everything that’s happening in the world, in regards to the devastation in Haiti and the fact that Mercury was in retrograde, it has been difficult to find inspiration and remain positive. Therefore, I decided to address ways to spiritually feel the happy vibe. One of the main reasons why I believe that there’s an increase in the the diagnosis of depression and other mental health-related labels, is that people have forgotten to do the most essential components of living, which is to breathe. Of course, for most of us, breathing is an involuntary act, that transpires with little of our knowledge unless we’re having difficulty with it. However, this is not the type of breathing I’m talking about. Breathing, from my definition, is an act where you breathe in air as deeply as possible to replenish the cells in your body, with the proper oxygenation. In the hurry and rush of our everyday life, most people function with very shallow breath habits. The oxygen increases circulation, decreases the level of bad bacteria in the body, and regulates positive functioning of the chemicals in the brain which contribute to our positive emotions such as happiness, contentment and peace. Now, some people, when they hear me speak of breathing, will automatically assume that I’m recommending that they get in a yoga position, hold their hands face up on their knees and start chanting, “Om.” This is the other extreme, which is fabulous if you have the skills and time to partake in this practice. Although, most of us do not. So, if we can remember to take at least eight deep breaths throughout the day, we will increase our well-being dramatically over time. Try to remember to take one deep breath per hour. Making this small change will give your mind enough time to register and prevent counterproductive reactions to others in your environment. The other thing to remind yourself every now and again, is that as long as you have good intentions for yourself and others, the universe will work in your favor, and there is always light at the end of the tunnel, only sometimes the light comes through as a beacon filling up all of the darkness and sometimes the light is like the dim remnants of a flashlight whose batteries are about to die. But, the point is to keep seeking the light, remember to breathe and, most importantly, I garauntee, almost 100%, your chin is where you last left it.

We Are One

Monday, January 25th, 2010

No matter what the foundation of a person’s belief system is, we can all agree that we are all one race known as the human race. The fact is that we are all connected that is why when we help others we feel good because we are in turn helping ourselves. I am a firm believer that one reason why  bad things can happen in our lives is to teach us how to keep seeking the light at the end of the tunnel and so we learn things in the process that can in time help others as you share what you learned in detail or in terms of how your life has changed. There are other reasons I am sure but I do not know those because they can only be answered by God.  I do know that there is power in numbers and we are never supposed to go through anything difficult alone so remember we are meant to help each other and seek DEVINE guidance. When you take the time to help yourself you are helping others too so never feel bad for taking time for yourself as well because a happy you leads to a happy someone else.

The Importance of Team Work

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Right now everyone is focused on the chaos that has struck our dear friends in Haiti as we all should be however, throughout the day I have heard different people say in so many words well, it is out of our control when these natural disasters take place. However, that stance is a very powerless position, the other side of that position is that the universe is full of people who are  capable of over coming ANY adversity. Therefore, lets collectively feel the sadness, pain, and then pull ourselves up by the boots straps so to spoke and  see how powerful we can be as a team made up of a  unified race known as the human race. We never forget those who have passed on to the other side, we only make sure to not allow them to die in vain leaving us lost and helpless. Instead , we must use this time to be there for each other to create a stronger bond with all people from around the world.  If we can also learn just how important teamwork is maybe we can create a unified state of ” knowing”that serves as a counter-weight against massive tragedies before they occur. God bless you and our collective world! Haiti WE LOVE YOU!!!

My First Psychic Party

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

What a way to get the new year started! I arrived at my friend’s house who was hosting the party and right away  the energy of the house felt amazing so warm, cozy, and positive! I also met the most  wonderful women there and gave everyone a reading and needless to say I am so happy everyone had fun and left with the answers they needed. Although,  nothing compares to making a believer out of a non believer and I did a little of that too! I can not wait to have the next party and I hope to see a lot of both familiar and new faces because I love the energy of an excited group of people. There were more people than we first expected so the party lasted much longer than we thought it would however, as I said before it was a great way to spend the day!

Life Purpose

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

We all have one  and sometimes it can change as we grow and develop personally. In my case that is partially true. I have had my abilities to for see events and talk to the departed for as long as I can remember but for the longest time I was afraid to embrace the gifts for fear of what people would think and I also was just plain afraid of my own experiences. Until one day I began to realize I could no longer ignore the amazing gifts god had given me . I began to understand that God gives us talents because he wants us to use them not for personal gain but to help and heal each other. Now do not get me wrong I will be the first to tell you that I desire to be famous but not so much for myself. I want to be one of the  first disabled people to hit hollywood big time and change how people in wheelchairs are viewed. I have the same feelings, desires, and things that others are capable of I am too I just do it differently! I even have some talents that others do not. Everyone has something to offer but so often we are all guilty of discouraging each other and adding to each other’s fears by using words that devour a person’s motivation. So I ask you to please use 2010 as a year to feed  other’s dreams by making hope and kindness with your words so we can all get one year closer to our life purpose.

In the words of Ga Ga “Just Dance!”

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

For New Years Eve I went to Lady GaGa’s Concert! I had the greatest time but it was not just because of Ga Ga, I took one of my best friends with me who’s nick name is “HU” Anyway, she is awesome because things have not been easy lately and she is sooo very strong and smart we danced in our chairs and laughed non-stop even before the new years toast! We later hung out with two more new friends I met through “HU” and they too are amazing women who make me proud to be a woman. I know we will all be friends for years to come. Another reason why the New years was so great is that I am embarking on this whole new career path that makes my heart sing and just dance in fact, this afternoon I will have my first professional psychic party starring myself LOL! I can’t wait to meet new people, help them, and hopefully have a few laughs at the same time. Remember this year is the start of a new decade so make sure to just dance often so that you make memories that last a life time.