So, here it is: Every Sunday, I will present something for you to take part in and share the results in the comments either here, on our Facebook page, or even on your own blog! Of course, you can always follow along and choose to keep some, or all, results private. The "assignment" might be a journaling prompt to get you thinking or researching your chosen path - in order to help you build your personal Grimoire; it may be an image or photograph for you to focus on and draw intuitive conclusions from; a creative or artistic project; or perhaps even an energy-manipulation exercise to work on and practice at home.
Today's post revolves around one simple photo. Let your intuition and first impressions guide you. Practice is the key to success to Psychic abilities. Here are some questions to help you get the energy flowing:
- What do you feel, hear, smell, taste? Did animals live there?
- Do you see or sense spirits in the image? Who is there?
- Can you mentally place yourself in the photo? How does it "feel" to be there?
- What kind of trees are in the back yard? How does the interior look?
- Are you getting a sense of a particular date, year, address, name?
- What happened there, if anything? Is something "going to" happen there?
The images presented might be random photos from various locations where nothing paranormal has been publicly reported (though that doesn't necessarily mean nothing "happened"), so if you "get nothing", then maybe there is "nothing to get"! With much practice, anyone can develop Psychic awareness and I don't want you to feel embarrassed if you can't sense something, or if you struggle in getting an inaccurate impression. Try not to "make something up" - just relax and see what comes to mind. Oh, and finally, please give it an honest try and don't cheat by searching online. Some of the things I will be presenting , like this one, are not publicized on the Internet anyway. ;)
On Sunday, February 14, 2016, I will publicize the known data related to this image in a new post for the next Silent Sunday activity! I will place answers close to the bottom of the page so that hopefully, a few years from now, others who stumble on these posts will still be able to play along without accidentally running into the answers before they get a chance to try. Meanwhile, I will try and reply to your comments about it here and on Facebook without giving too many "clues". Have fun!
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Inspired by her Native American roots and Bradbury lineage, Polly Taskey is a writer and grandmother in the northern USA. She shares her wisdom and pagan interests through Pagan by Design and The Moonlit Grove.