It's nearly Halloween. When I think of Halloween it conjures up images of witches and ghosts, vampires and monsters, trick-or-treating and jack-o'-lanterns... It's a night where spooky and creepy are the norm. I remember once dressing up as a witch for Halloween. When we think of witches, we tend to bring to mind the black hat, black cat and broomstick, among other things. What does a witch do? She casts spells. If she's a 'bad' witch, she casts harmful spells like curses or hexes. What if I were to tell you that you most likely cast curses and hexes yourself? For full effect, please play the 3 second video below.
Words are very powerful. They carry a frequency that's either loving or not. Have you ever had some crazy driver cut you off or go way too slow and you curse at them? The words that you're using carry energy and that energy affects the person saying the words as well as the receiver of the words in most cases. How often do you say the phrase "damn it?" Think about what that means, you're actually damning something.
I saw a quote that said: words can be forgiven, but not forgotten. Our words can have a lasting effect on people in negative as well as positive ways. I love the image below. If your words appeared on your skin as you spoke them, would you like what you see? Words can stir inspiration, break hearts, move people to joy, cause them to cry, boost confidence, cause psychological damage... words have power.
Be leery of the curses and hexes you send out into the world. Just having a bad thought about someone sends out that energy. If you find yourself doing this, do your best to send loving, compassionate thoughts and energy to them. Remember, what you send out - sooner or later comes right back at ya.
Happy Halloween! Love, Adrienne :)
Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.