Melissa Hevenor
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Archive for February, 2010

Having Faith

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

I recently decided to make some changes in my life and although, any  change can be scary  for us as humans, these particular changes were more daunting because they centered around my academic career. School has been a huge part of my life in fact, I have been attending some form of school since I was six months old so, the thought of taking a leave of absence from school was like abandoning a trusty friend who was always there for me without fail. However, I recently decided to take a temporary leave from school because I had too much on my plate. I was taking a full load of doctoral level  classes, working as a therapist, doing psychic readings, writing a book, and trying to stay connected to my family and loved ones! Needless to say, it was impossible therefore, I am taking some time off from school. I still have every desire to be a doctor but after careful consideration I realize that school will continue to be here and wait for my return where other great things that have come my way recently will not wait for me to have more time. The greatest lesson I have learned through this recent time of uncertainty is that we must take our time when making a big decision if possible, Pray for guidance, follow our hearts, and once all of those efforts are in place just simply have faith in our choices and the fact that god will never leave us, so carry on with joy and happiness! Do not forget to give thanks that we are never alone!

What I Do Is Part Of Who I Am

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Lately I have faced negativity because of my choice to go public with my abilities and  I am not writing this blog in an effort to defend my position. I am writing this as a way to promote understanding. I have had these gifts since I was four years old and although, I did not get paid for them earlier in my life they were always there . I have always known that my gifts do not come from myself but from God. When I was little there were two family members who knew about my gifts and were very supportive however, they were afraid of the negative opinions I would face and taught me to keep the gifts to myself until I was old enough to handle the responsibility that goes along with using them. Finally, at 33 years of age I am ready to embrace my greater purpose in life. Ever since I was very young I have felt the calling to help others more than myself. I have never felt my disability was a limitation  but a gift in itself because It allowed me to hear with greater intensity, feel on a greater level, see people with a still quality that produces greater clarity and serve as an advocate for other disabled people.  Anyway, reaching many people with me psychic  gifts allows me to do all of these things at once and make a difference.  I want to teach people how they too have a greater purpose and that there is so much more to life than what can be seen by the human eye and all of us can experience it if they learn how to look from the heart.