Mind vs Soul – What Are The Truly Spiritual Modalities?

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Mind vs Soul – What Are The Truly Spiritual Modalities?

Trauma and pain can happen on so many levels. At the most basic, superficial level, our physical bodies can experience pain and trauma that requires physical healing from medical doctors and holistic practices like Traditional Chinese Medicine. When you dive a bit deeper, you might experience pain and trauma mentally and emotionally. You might go to see a therapist or psychologist to work through the pain or try natural calming remedies like breathing techniques and essential oils as you recover. Truly spiritual modalities, however, can heal on the levels that build the foundation for the rest of our wellbeing: our energy and soul.

There is much debate about which modalities are truly effective for spiritual healing. There is no standard or set schools for shamans and healers – instead, they follow their own paths and hone their own unique skills. When it comes down to it, only you can determine which techniques work best for you on your healing journey. I’m only here to guide you by offering spiritual modalities that can support full healing.

What is a Mind Modality?

The phrase “mind over matter” is truly more than just a phrase – it’s reality. The powers of the mind are still way beyond what scientists have yet discovered, and we may never be able to put into words or prove through academic research just how much it can do. Bill Mckenna, the founder of the Cognomovement, is a shaman who regularly talks about how the mind is so powerful that it can literally manifest anything we want into reality.

He explains that our chakras and mind are interconnected, and by practicing our skills of releasing attachments, we can better gain control of our energy flows. Further, by controlling our energy better, we can manifest physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. His techniques mainly rely on detaching ourselves from negative thoughts through tactile and visualization practices. schedule-intuitive-reading-with-paul-now

Mckenna focuses mainly on helping his clients discover what their fears are so that they can release them. By letting go of fear, we can clear our energy fields and make way for true health.

Overall, mind modalities focus on using the mind for overall healing by mentally gaining control of our energy flows.

Mind-Body Modalities

Many healing modalities that focus on the mind do so to heal the body. Even in Western medicine, many previously spiritual modalities are recommended in an effort to help heal the physical body. Practices like yoga, tai chi, and meditation are now used in less spiritual ways, washed of their true purposes as founded in Eastern practices. These superficial practices still, of course, help to calm the mind and do great things for the body – using stretching, breathing, and guided movements is certainly healthy and great for daily wellbeing. Regardless, when used in this way, these modalities are not truly spiritual because they do not penetrate deeper into our energy and soul.

What Are Soul Modalities?

Soul healing can be much more difficult to grasp than mind modalities because the concept of the soul is under dispute. Across schools of thought, the term “soul” can mean so many different things. For the sake of our topic, the soul is both within us and one with the Divine. By getting in touch with our souls, we get in touch with the Universe and with all living beings within it. Our souls hold our destinies. Trauma and barriers that exist on the level of the soul can be the most damaging and the most difficult to address.

Most people find it extremely difficult to remove all the other layers of their existence – their minds, bodies, emotions, etc. – in order to reach their souls. It can take years, even lifetimes, of a spiritual journey to fully get in touch with the soul. When we align every part of ourselves and our lives with our souls, we will experience true peace and raise our vibrations.

Because healing the soul is happening on the deepest levels of ourselves, the modalities can be much more challenging. They can take similar forms to other kinds of modalities, but they address the soul-level traumas and disturbances we are struggling with.

Energy is the Basis of All Truly Spiritual Modalities

Everything in the Universe is energy. Even physical objects are built at the smallest units on the energy and vibrations that stabilize our Universe. The atoms and molecules that create everything we see depend on energy. It’s no surprise, then, that our healing modalities must operate with this energy, working with it and opening up its flow so that any blockages and disturbances can melt away and we can realign ourselves with perfect existence. schedule-intuitive-reading-with-paul-now

A perfect example of this is Feng Shui, which is the ancient Chinese art of aligning the energy in ourselves with the energy of the Universe. Instead of placing ourselves and our objects in the environment in any way that we desire, we listen to the natural energy of nature of our Universe and arrange ourselves to fit into this natural flow.

To know if a method you are using for self-healing is a truly spiritual modality, assess whether it is helping you to ensure your energy is becoming realigned with the energy of the Universe on even the deepest levels so that you can access your higher self and enter full recovery.

Truly Spiritual Modalities to Try for Self-Healing

If you are interested in fully healing yourself from the inside out, you’ll need to commit to reaching deep into yourself to access your true self, the Divine, your soul. Many mind and body modalities can help bring you into the right place – you might have too many other traumas, pain, and disturbances affecting your body, mind, and emotions to start truly getting in touch with your soul.

Maybe you’ll need to relax your mind and body through your yoga practice before you can settle into a deep meditation, for example. Or maybe you’ve got a blocked energy flow that a practicioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine or Reiki can assist you in unblocking. Ultimately, though, you’ll need to end up using methods that align your soul’s energy with the Universe.

Truly spiritual modalities include things like deep prayer, sutras, and mantras. Prayers, such as the deeply beautiful Hindu prayers in the language of Sanskrit, literally bring you onto the wavelengths of the vibrations of the Universe. There are many mantras you can add to your practice that will help your soul heal, and you can pull already-existing ones or create your own for a fully personalized experience. Reading sutras can also guide us on our journey by helping us get in touch with ourselves and helping to make changes in our ways.

REMEMBER!

You are a beautiful Living Being filled with light and love, born from stardust. You are unlimited potential in every direction. With a focus on discipline, virtue, and your own goodness, you can become as expanded and liberated as you desire.

Pray for others and the Universe prays for us.

LOTS OF BLESSINGS TO YOU!

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There is no “Other.” There is only you experiencing yourself.

 

 

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner (Shri Krishna Kalesh) is an intuitive mystic, clairvoyant reader, and a loving life & business coach. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships.

He created The Shankara Oracle, a profound divination tool that includes 18 gemstones, a lavishly designed divination board, and over 300 penetrative oracle cards – all to help you heal to your core and illuminate your Being.

Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

The Difference Between Oracle Cards and Tarot Cards

 

 

 

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The Difference Between Oracle Cards and Tarot Cards

Divination, or the use of tools in the occult arts to connect with otherworldly knowledge, is most popularly identified in the use of oracle cards and tarot cards. If you were to glance over at a table where someone is offering a reading to another with the use of a card deck, it might be very difficult for you to tell the difference between oracle and tarot cards.

While it’s true that both types of cards are used very similarly on the surface, there are actually fundamental differences to each that play a huge role in how they can affect a reading and whether your situation would call for their use.

If you are seeking guidance from a psychic that uses divination, you’ll want to know exactly what the difference is between oracle cards and tarot cards before you make a decision about your reading. Let’s dive in!

The History of Using Cards for Divination

The use of card decks to glean insights beyond the immediate reach of knowledge is not a new practice at all. In fact, it is one of the oldest forms of divination that we know about in the history of psychic practices. Tarot cards, in fact, are so old that they originate from playing cards used as early as the 1300s.

In their earliest forms, they even still kept much of the structure and imagery that we identify today as playing cards, such as with the 4 sections (clubs, spades, diamonds, and hearts).

Oh and if you love deep, healing, and predictive, you’ll LOVE The Shankara Oracle.

But how did the use of these cards transition from gambling and play to fortune-telling? Humans have this incredible talent for recognizing patterns and getting in touch with our “gut” feelings. Attaching luck and superstition to the order and times in which certain cards turned up during play was not such a huge leap! Suddenly, people were pulling purpose and meaning from each card in the deck, and the original tarot card deck was born.

Over time, people began mixing the original playing cards with mythological and religious imagery, such as from the Catholic Church and Roman legends. In the 1900s, tarot cards became popularized again by the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, setting the stage and much of the standardized imagery and meanings that are still used today across the board in tarot cards. While the Rider-Waite-Smith deck is the standard, it didn’t stop various movements throughout the 90s, especially the Hippie movement and the New Age movement, from putting new spins on the tarot deck with different imagery and interpretations.

It wasn’t until after the tarot card deck had been the standard for hundreds of years that oracle cards came about. While oracle cards are a much younger form of divination, that doesn’t make them less powerful or helpful – just different!

The Structure of Tarot Cards vs. Oracle Cards

One of the biggest differences between tarot cards and oracle cards is that tarot cards have a set structure, or are at least much more standardized than oracle cards. Most decks consist of 78 cards. There are also decks you can get, though less popular, that have less. The 78 cards are broken down into 22 Major and 56 Minor Acana cards. Much like their origin – the playing card deck – tarot decks break down their Minor Acana cards into four suits and even keeps them numbered: Swords, Wands, Pentacles, and Cups. The meanings and imagery of each card also has stayed largely unchanged and standard across decks, meaning that someone practiced in reading tarot card decks can typically pick up any deck and read it well.

Even the use of tarot cards has a standard structure. Most often, tarot card readers will use the Celtic Cross practice, which is the set way one turns over and sets down the cards they draw in the sign of a cross on the table. This means that the reader does not only rely on the specific card they pull for meaning, but also on where the card is placed within the cross.

On the other hand, oracle cards have almost no structure, standard, set meaning, or even widely-accepted use. They also typically come in smaller decks and cover a wide range of themes. Anyone anywhere can create their own oracle cards, and it is often more of a personal spiritual journey to create or find oracle cards that speak to your own needs than picking up a tarot deck. While you can find a range of styles and themes for both, tarot cards will keep the same meanings for each set card, and oracle cards will have meanings and structures unique to that set.

For example, oracle cards can come in decks of any number with any structure. They may or may not use sections, suits, and numbers. More often, they’re a deck of cards with unique imagery on each card where the creator has decided how that specific deck should be interpreted. There is also no set way to pull the cards from the deck and read them!

The loose standards for the creation and use of these cards derive from their more recent origins in the free-flowing, individual-centric feelings of the modern ages. In fact, they came into play as tarot cards went out of style for a while before the 1900s and were made popular by a French fortune-teller, “Lenormand.” Like tarot cards, oracle cards can thank the Hippie and New Age movements for increasing popularity and continued use by diviners everywhere.

The Difference in Meanings Between Tarot and Oracle Cards

There is no easy way to explain for sure how oracle cards and tarot cards differ in meaning other than the fact that tarot card readers study a very specific set of interpretations and methods while oracle card users are not stuck in a system. Even if the themes of the tarot card decks you pick up are different — such as if you own a deck themed with nature and a deck themed with pop culture characters — you’ll ultimately be following the same structure and interpretation guidelines. If you choose to use oracle cards, you’ll follow the theme of the deck you’ve chosen and not any other exterior set of rules. You’ll typically receive a guidebook that helps you interpret that specific deck or oracle cards.

When it comes to interpretation, tarot cards can also be much more serious. They address all aspects of life as well as past, present, and future, and they will reveal all kinds of things whether they are negative, neutral, or positive. Oracle cards, on the other hand, tend to lean more toward positive and uplifting interpretations.

Oracle cards will also focus much more on “big picture” concepts than tarot cards. Tarot cards are much more intensive, with more cards and set interpretations, meaning that they can be used to get very specific and detailed readings. Oracle cards, on the other hand, are much more about capturing themes, feelings, and larger ideas that can guide the user towards a more general interpretation.

Should I Use Oracle Cards or Tarot Cards?

Which type of card deck — tarot or oracle — you choose will entirely depend on your goals. If you are looking for loose guidance that helps with self-growth and stays more positive, you might enjoy oracle cards much more. They’ll also take much less practice, time, and brain-power to learn and interpret. They’re great for beginners! Tarot cards will take time to learn and practice, and you’re much better off going to someone who understands them well for a reading. You’ll also want to make sure you’re open to hearing a much more in-depth and well-rounded reading from the cards.

There’s also no shame in using both! Many people choose to use oracle cards to open a session before diving into a more detailed reading with tarot cards. Oracle cards can help set the stage and provide a loose understanding of what the reading will be about, and then tarot cards can help further interpret.

What you choose to use for guidance on your journey is entirely up to you. I’ve even created my own deck, called The Personality Cards, which you can check out here!

REMEMBER!

You are a beautiful Living Being filled with light and love, born from stardust. You are unlimited potential in every direction. With a focus on discipline, virtue, and your own goodness, you can become as expanded and liberated as you desire.

Pray for others and the Universe prays for us.

LOTS OF BLESSINGS TO YOU!

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There is no “Other.” There is only you experiencing yourself.

 

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner (Shri Krishna Kalesh) is an intuitive mystic, clairvoyant reader, and a loving life & business coach. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships.

He created The Shankara Oracle, a profound divination tool that includes 18 gemstones, a lavishly designed divination board, and over 300 penetrative oracle cards – all to help you heal to your core and illuminate your Being.

Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

The Connect And Let Go Process

The Connect & Let Go Process

By Shri Krishna Kalesh


  

Overview

I developed this process by first creating The Personality Cards, my first oracle deck. The idea here is to focus on the challenging imagery that often reemerges so that the emotions arise just enough to be released. Connect with the imagery and emotions, then let them go. 

Additionally, focusing on personality attributes that have caused you trouble in the past can help you connect with the emotions that may have inspired them, so you can also release those as well. Connect with the attributes and related emotions, then let them go.


  

Overall Process

In all things, we must welcome our feelings and emotions. Never judging them, we fully embrace them, and we lovingly nudge them to rise up. Then we can either lovingly dissolve, coddle, release, or watch them gently exit our systems.

We do the same with others who are exhibiting feelings and emotions. We do not judge them for how these things emerge for them. 

We do not blame the person who is upset for being too angry, sad, depressed, brash, or anything other exaggerated emotion. 

We do not judge cursing or harsh language. 

While we, of course, should not allow physical violence and protect ourselves at all costs, we encourage and seek only the person’s acknowledgment of their pain, their healing, their path to letting go, and the journey toward forgiveness.


  

To Start

Begin the process by first acknowledging if any image comes to mind that you can welcome into your sphere. In doing so, can you feel the motions related to it? 

Can you focus so intently on it that it inspires an emotion to rise to the surface? 

Can you process this emotion by either crying or feeling the intensity of it for some time?

 


  

Self-Inquiry Process

For all of these questions, you can either sit with your Self and process these within your mind and heart, or you can add journaling to help you connect and let go.

Be vulnerable with your Self in this moment.

Open your heart to awaken your own healing.


  

The Divine

Ask God or Deity or Guru to be with you.

Open your heart to The Divine.

Allow your Self to be a child, truly open and pure.

Tell The Divine your problems as if She is your best friend.

Describe what bothers you most.

Describe what brings you pain.

Ask God to be with you, love you, hold you, and bless you.


  

Express Your Emotions

How does this make you feel?

Now that you are open and feeling loved, explore the images that come to mind.

Can you find the tears?

If not, can you breathe for a while to see what emerges?

Can you tell your Self: I love you, I am with you, God loves you, you are doing a wonderful job.


  

Forgiveness

Is there someone you can forgive?

Is it you or someone else?

Can you empathize with the other person?

Can you empathize with your Self and who you used to be?

Can you feel the other person’s pain?

Can you feel the pain of the former You?

Can you forgive them now?


  

Appreciation

Can you love and appreciate yourself for working on your Self?

What do you need to appreciate at this time?

Can you let your tears flow?

Can you let forgiveness flow?

Can you allow the troubling imagery to exist and then dissolve?

Can you let your grudges, grievances, and projections go?

Can you let it all go?

Can you forgive everything?


  

Learning

What did you let go of today?

Describe what shifted

Describe how you feel now

Describe what is different

How will you go forward? 


  

Healing After Letting Go

Om 3 times into your hands. 

Rub your whole body 3 times with your holy hands.

If you’d like, imagine your deity’s or guru’s face in the palm of your hands as you do this.

Pray for everyone involved. 

Chant your mantra for some time.

Tell The Divine how much you love her.

Tell your Self how much you love her.

Recite something like: I am loving, peaceful, and happy, ready for a new day!


  

If you find this process helpful, you might also check out The Shankara Oracle. You might also love The Sedona Method, created by Lester Levensen. It can be quite healing and helpful.

 

Connect & Let Go © 2018 HummingBear LLC

 

The Personality Cards: Most Specific Eye-Opening Oracle to Date

Have you ever seen personality cards? Do you know how to use these cards? Personality cards are more specific oracles to our daily lives; they are helpful in forgiveness and our self-discovery journey, shedding a lot of light on improving our lives. The personality cards are a combination of psychological types: the Carl Jung personality archetypes, which form the basis of how to be human and how we experience things, and the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator test, a scientific test that helps you figure out your personality. The energy carried in a particular tarot archetype is that which is dominant in your deeper self. This makes the Personality Cards the most specific, eye-opening oracle to date.

Have you taken the MBTI test? The Myer Briggs Type Indicator Test(MBTI) is a free test that you can take online and tells you where you fit in the 16 personality profiles. These profiles are based on the Jungian theory. Four attributes make up the 16 types, and just like the archetypes, these attributes describe how one experiences the world. The four attributes are represented by letters;

      • Introversion (I) or Extroversion (E)
      • Intuition (N) or Sensing (S)
      • Feeling (F) or Thinking (T)
      • Perceiving (P) or Judging (J)

There are eight descriptions in these four attributes; the MBTI test tells you that you fit four of them out of the eight, and this forms a four-letter code like ISFJ. These personality types on the test have a correlation to 16 archetypes on the Minor Arcana or Lesser Arcana of the tarot deck, also called court cards; there is a King, Knight, Page, and Queen for each of the four suits; Wands, Swords, Coins, and Cups.

Other ways to calculate your soul and personality card

Apart from the MBTI test, some have come up with other ways of calculating the soul and personality card by using your birth dates. Your personality card will describe some of the traits you portray and help you see yourself from a different POV.

How do you use your birth dates to find your personality card?

It is simple! To use this oracle, you add the year, month, and day you were born in no specific order. After finding the total, add the digits of the total; if the sum of these digits is between 10 and 22, that number is your personality number. If the sum is more than 22, add the resulting number, and the answer you get will be your personality card. Your soul card is the resulting number from adding the digits of your personality card. Describing this in words makes it seem very complicated, maybe using an example would not make you scared of the math.

     For someone born on 23rd August 1998,

23+8+1998=2029

2+0+2+9=13 is your personality card

1+3=4 is the soul card.

Here are the soul and personality cards that these numbers represent;

0 or 22 represented The Fool,

1-the Magician

2-the High Priestess

3-the Empress

4-the Emperor

5-the Hierophant

6-the Lovers

7-the Chariot

8-Justice

9-the Hermit

10-Wheel of Fortune

11-Strength

12-the Hanged Man

13-Death

14-the Temperance

15-the Devil

16-the Tower

17-the Star

18-the Moon

19-the Sun

20-the Judgement

21-the Universe

Which personality card are you? Find out today using your birth date; you can also calculate for your loved one! Be careful… this oracle is super powerful.

Oracle Profiles of the 16 personality archetypes that correlate with the MBTI test

  • Page of Wands has a personality type ESTP; Extroversion Sensing Thinking Perceiving. This Page of Wands personality type is always ready for new adventures and challenges; they are very energetic, creative, enthusiastic, and brave and are not afraid to ditch an adventure midway when a new one emerges. They enjoy spontaneity and are flexible; they are always ready to explore new places, meet new people, and socialize with them. The Page of Wands’ personality is always the life of the party; he appreciates creative arts, dance, music, and art. To them, having fun is not always about having a lot of money; they make it possible to have fun with whatever resources they have. They are very talkative and outgoing. They need to feel important, and this makes them good group leaders. They enjoy shopping and understand the value of money; however, they are not materialistic. They desire to succeed and are eager to learn to attain excellence. Do you know someone who has these traits?
  • Knight of Wands’ personality type is ENFP, the Magician. The Magician has a natural talent for leadership; if you have this personality, you are a born leader or manager. Your natural-born leadership helps you get things moving in the right direction; you have the enthusiasm to get things done in a short time and accomplish essential things in your organization. When in a leadership position, you relate better with others. You enjoy being a leader because you want to be a crucial part of the team and community; you enjoy moving the crowd with bold antics and big gestures and receiving attention.
  • Additionally, you like to show off a bit. You always see the best in people and quickly spot mistakes and flaws. The Knight of Wands is exciting and charismatic despite not being consistent and reliable all the time.
  • Queen of Wands has the personality type ESFP. The picture on this oracle card is a woman with a tall crown, holding a small crown and veil in one hand and, in the other, a wand. On the throne where she is seated, two lions are standing behind her. This personality loves attention and is very chatty, outgoing, and enthusiastic. They are friendly, very pleasant, warm, love being the life of the party, and like to have fun; however, they can also be serious and very determined. They have a creative side, get inspired by imagination, and are entrepreneurial. This personality type is committed to their career and family, very confident, and independent.
  • The King of Wands strongly connects to intuition because it appears in the High Priestess position in the Tarot. The personality type is ENTJ, and some qualities it possesses include creativity and intelligence. The King of Wands is an influential and confident leader. He is also an adventurer who never tires of looking for new ways of thinking and experiences. He wants to use discovery to improve the world and always wants the best for those around him. He is a jack of all trades, an expert in scientific, artistic, and practical things. He loves great things and splurges only when he wants to feel good about himself. He is a charismatic and inspirational leader who motivates others to be proud of their accomplishments the same way he is, showing them they can be good at something. He is a natural leader; confident, open-minded, assertive, influential, and decisive.
  • Page of Cups is the Peacemaker, and INFP is the personality type for this oracle card. If you are this personality type, you are a classic artist archetype, an artist, and a sensitive person who spontaneously expresses themselves. You are reciprocating the emotional investment you demand from others. You are an empath and have wisdom about life’s ups and downs. A Peacemaker is very compassionate, calm, and caring. They network efficiently and form connections quickly with others. Their forte is seeing the big picture and thinking outside the box. They seek to maintain peace and have care and compassion for others. Being introverts, they enjoy alone time and can provide support to others because they are in tune with their emotions. They understand others and different situations. They are promising innovators as well.
  • Knight of Cups lives in the moment and has the personality type ENFP. This personality type is very passionate, genius, and idealistic. They love making friends and having many friends at once, being in a team; their thirst for connections is unquenchable. They always want to share with others the things they see that we cannot. For a Knight of Cups, life is all about making connections with others, and therefore, for them, they hold their relationships in high regard. They are very charismatic, and their desire to find pleasure in life may sometimes be dangerous. They are intense, impulsive, indulgent, spontaneous, and fickle.
  • Queen of Cups has the most complex and rare personality type, INFJ. It is very authentic and a unique combination of cognitive functions. These functions make them very accurate in their predictions and perceptions. A Queen of Cups can gather information from all sources and process it in a way that represents the truth. She understands things that the rest cannot. She is sensitive, and caring, loves to learn about people, is a good mentor and teacher, loves to help people find their paths in life, and understand their nature. They also offer wise counsel. However, it is easy for them to be manipulative, especially if others do not appreciate their work.
  • King of Cups is also called the idealist. Their personality type is ENFJ. They are very persuasive, compassionate, and easy to get along with. They have a lot of concern and empathy for the well-being of others. They are supportive of their team members and are often natural diplomats. Their authenticity and sincerity make them gain others’ trust. However, they are persistent and stubborn, which can annoy others. a King of Cups is very creative in writing, art, and music. They do not mind leadership positions and, at times, get bothered when they don’t get their way. They are mature, sensitive, and make excellent communicators.
  • Page of Swords has the ISTP personality type: inquisitive, analytical, and quick-witted. They grasp information rapidly and, therefore, can do well in fast-paced areas. They are also very good at improvising and are very creative. They have few but extreme emotions. The downside to this personality is that it is easy for an ISTP personality type to let emotions let the better part, and they can upset their friends when they lose their cool. This personality type knows what they want and how to get that; they are also self-sufficient. They find interest m the physical world and love learning new things but are also very stubborn. They are philosophers and deep thinkers who always look for patterns, new information, and other patterns.
  • Knight of Swords’ personality type is ENTP. They have the following traits; inventors, love to travel, problem solvers, and rationalists. They love to think and are open to new ways of thinking. Their minds wander a lot. They are good at languages; they desire to expand their horizons and are very knowledgeable in handling technology, especially computers. They are confided in their abilities, and this comes off as arrogance. They are independent and, at times, maybe impatient; they are at times outspoken and blunt and prioritize logic and rationality over feelings and emotions.
  • Queen of Swords is a perfectionist, brilliant, independent, self-confident, and loves to get things done. The personality type for Queen of Swords is INTJ. This personality type is not afraid to take charge and make decisions; they are natural leaders. They love coming up with new strategies and ideas and solving problems. Queen of Swords is very empathetic and intuitive; they can read people and know how they feel and think. They know engineering, science, mathematics, and technology. INTJs are good at what they do. They are always focused on achieving their goals and can go over the line and be ruthless in achieving them. A Queen of Swords is very persuasive and can convince others that her way is the best; she looks at the bigger picture and has a big heart. She is resilient, tough, strong, sharp-tongued if provoked, direct, shrewd, and determined to solve problems no matter the fallout.
  • King of Swords is an oracle card representing an extroverted thinker with a personality type ENTJ. They are good leaders and excellent planners. They are visionary and always want to lead by example; they use their imaginations when planning. They do not like restraints that prevent them from dreaming big. ENTJs are practical, responsible, and disciplined; they enjoy getting things done. They are confident, focused, intelligent, in control, and direct. They like to create strategies, research, study, and dig into details; all these are characteristics of a truth seeker.
  • Page of Pentacles’ personality type is Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging. This personality type is reserved and, as a result, pays more attention to details and facts. The Page of Pentacles shows very little interest in imagination and creativity. Therefore, it is possible that they hardly use words to express themselves and thus find it hard to express their emotions. Interpersonal relations for this personality type are also complicated; they have difficulty relating with people. They are efficient, loyal, and respected because they get things done well, are committed to a career, studies and money, they are a natural student who focuses on taking action rather than making plans and strategies.
  • Knight of Pentacles has the personality type ISTP (Introversion Sensing Thinking Perceiving). According to Carl Jung’s model of determining personality type, this is one of the operational cognitive functions. Knight of Pentacles personality type is also known as the Artist or Artisan. They are builders or fixers; they are builders because they emphasize practical objects and physical constructions. They are also fixers because of their ability to put things in order quickly and tend to be systematic, practical, and logical. He is concerned with social status and material wealth and proud that he can create a good living for himself. He is unhappy when he has not created more wealth and a name for himself. His traits include his concern for doing the right thing always, determined, cautious, practical, guarded, and stubbornness, and he is always the hardest worker.
  • The personality type for Queen of Pentacles is ISFJ and is characterized by the following traits; being devoted to the family as a good wife and mother who will take care of her children and husband. She is very warm, caring, and willing to sacrifice much for the people they love. The Queen of Pentacles is not flashy and does not extravagantly display her wealth; she is very practical, saving for the future, providing for her family, and spending her money wisely. This personality type is rare and very valuable; people often have a sense of duty and obligation with this personality type.

A Queen of Pentacles is a good organizer, supportive, loves to look after others, is loyal, emotionally stable, and gives their time, resources, and energy to doing good for others without a reward. ISFJ people excel in academics and careers to prove they are worth something. They take pride in being able to fend for their families, and because this personality type is rare, dishonest people often manipulate them.

  • King of Pentacles is ESTJ and is associated with the fifth planet, Jupiter, the Element of water and earth. The King of Pentacles is an oracle card representing a natural entrepreneur who keeps their expenditure on track, understands money’s value, and is a leader. The learning styles associated with the King of Pentacles are analytical, practical, and logical. If you have this personality, you are an exceptional organizer and planner. You are loyal, have a strong sense of duty, and are disciplined with quiet self-control and confidence. You are very ambitious and interested in self-improvement, you are responsible with a solid work ethic, and you work hard to be successful. You are strong, very resourceful, and pragmatic. The King of Pentacles may want to be a real estate buyer, architect, builder, or contractor.

These personality archetypes and oracle cards give a more detailed insight into various personality cards. The various profiles discussed above make it easy to find where you lie. Are you an ISFJ or an INTP? Is your soul card 12 or 0? These oracle cards have made it easier for us to discover who we are; we do not have to go through life wondering who we are and being scared of how to embrace who we are becoming. Using oracles is extremely helpful as you dive deeper into your self-discovery journey.

Therefore, do not be afraid to embark on a journey of self-discovery because you are not starting from a place of ignorance; personality cards are the oracle guides that will give you insight and help you all the way.

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

The 5 Most Interesting Emerging Religions in the World

Buddhist monks meditate to calm the mind.

The 5 Most Interesting Emerging Religions in the World

What is our purpose? Why am I here? What created the universe? These burning questions have puzzled humanity since the dawn of our existence, and it’s no wonder that, thousands of years later, we still quest for these answers, both on an individual level and with one another. We thirst for unknown knowledge and unlocking the great mysteries of the universe. So, it’s no surprise that new belief systems will pop up, providing new answers to age old questions.  Here are some of the most interesting emerging religions that are being embraced around the world. Perhaps, you’ll even find one that connects you!

Hinduism

As one of the world’s oldest religions, Hinduism is one of the most interesting for its diverse systems of thought and the concept of karma.  In Hinduism, karma refers to the notion that the sum of one person’s action in their current and previous lives will dictate their fate in future lives. Gurus, or leaders, are central figures of Hinduism, acting as teachers who will guide students into a path of spiritual enlightenment.

Amma, born as Mata Amritanandamayi, is a Hindu leader and is also known as the Hugging Saint.  Her mission is to comfort the entire world by extending the love she has through outward physical actions.  She does so through her worldwide tours where she embraces every single one of her audience members.

From a young age, Amma encountered intense poverty and suffering in her community.  While Amma believed in the Hinduism teaching that individual suffering is caused by one’s own karma, she rejected the notion that this justified the inaction from others to improve the situations of the suffering individuals. Instead, the root teaching of Amma is that love is expressed through compassion for oneself and others, and not judging others for their situations in life.

Happy Science

Happy Science is an emerging religion from Japan that was founded by Ryuho Okawa in 1986.  A combination of Buddhism and Christianity, followers of this faith believe in the God of the Earth, who is named El Cantare.

The underlying philosophies of Happy Science are the Fourfold Path and the Exploration of the Right Mind. The Fourfold Path is a set of guidelines to achieve happiness that transcends the material world, focusing on embracing love, the pursuit of wisdom, deep self-reflection, and positive progress.  The Exploration of the Right Mind is based upon the achievement of upward spiritual growth, where the spirit world communicates with us, providing guidance and enlightenment while living in our current world.

Caodaism

Caodaism is an emerging religion from Vietnam founded by Ngô Văn Chiêu in 1926 after he received a vision from the Divine Eye.  Caodaism (or Cao Đài) comes from the phrase Đại Đạo Tam Kỳ Phổ Độ, which translates to  “The Third Great Universal Religious Amnesty.”  This third amnesty is believed by to be the unification of God and humanity, establishing a new faith for the salvation of all living beings before the destruction of the universe.  The mission of Cao Dai priests is to guide humanity into the path of the Third Amnesty to bring all of humanity together as a universal family to achieve peace.

The core principle of Caodaism is that all religions are one and the same, and that they consist of these five tenets:

      •         A moral perspective – for an individual to be responsible for their duties towards themselves, their family, their society, and universe.
      •         A philosophical perspective – for individuals to renounce material items to achieve spiritual tranquility of the soul.
      •         A reverend perspective – for individuals to prescribe the adoration of God, Divine Beings, and ancestors.
      •         A spiritual perspective – for all individuals to live in harmony with other religions to ensure the survival beyond the physical world.
      •         An initiation perspective – for worthy adherents to be able to reach happiness.

Prince Phillip Movement

On the tiny island of Vanautu, east of Australia, a unique religious movement is followed by the Kastom people, called the Prince Philip Movement.  The main belief is that Prince Phillip is their God.  For most of Vanautu’s history, the Katom people believed that the son of the Earth spirit had left their island to marry a powerful woman across the sea and that the son would one day return to the island.

During Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Polynesia in 1974, the Kastom natives observed how much respect and reverence was given to the royals, and this led to their belief that Prince Philip was the Earth spirit they were waiting for.  Since the visit, the royal family has had several interactions with the tribe, offering them gifts and even inviting them to Britain.

Followers of the Prince Philip Movement celebrate his birthday on June 10th each year with dancing and singing.  When Prince Philip passed away in April of 2021, the village people spent several weeks mourning him.  This included ritualistic dancing, formal procession, and spoken tributes dedicated to the late Prince Philip.

Raëlism

Founded in France in the 1970’s by Claude Vorilhon, Raëlism (or Raël), is fascinating addition to emerging religions is founded on the belief that an extraterrestrial species named “Elohim” exists here on Earth.  The Elohim are anti-pacifists who do not wear clothes and are permitted to engage in acts of free love with each other, which is what the primary teachings of Raël are based on. It is a faith that is rooted primarily in antiwar, topless rights, and sexual self-determination. Occasionally, Raël will be involved in advocating for social issues that they strongly believe in that aligns with the primary teachings of the religion.

Our quest for purpose is uniquely our own, but we can find meaning from the teachings of others, especially emerging religions. When we welcome new ideas and beliefs, we leave so much room for personal growth and spiritual development. Self-discovery is a path that, if you’re brave enough to take, can have profound, life-changing impact on us. We just have to be ready to listen to what these philosophies and belief systems want to share with us. By embracing love and compassion, we can glean remarkable insights from others in our community and allow for us to grow into the best versions of ourselves.

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

A Divine Method: The Myers-Briggs Personality Types and the Tarot

When we are introspective and look inward, that’s when we can have our most profound growth outward. When we understand what personality type we are, and can connect that type to the ancient wisdom of the tarot archetypes, we can learn more about ourselves and others that can help us all navigate our lives. Learning about ourselves in this way can be beneficial in our journeys of self-discovery, by shedding light on our traits that are crucial to how we interact with both the inner and outer worlds. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of methods that are out there to help us identify aspects of our personalities, so how do you know which one is best for you? There are many powerful methods that you can use, but what if you could use two of the most common to find something even more compelling about yourself? Enter the modern-day psychological approach of the Myers-Briggs Personality Types and the archetypes of the tarot card deck.

By understanding your Myers-Briggs type, you can find your soul card (the one that corresponds to a card in the tarot Minor Arcana), which will allow you insight into your daily life.

Let’s look at what we can learn about ourselves using these two tools!

The Myers-Briggs Personality Types

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test is a scientific tool that can help you figure out your personality type by looking at four key trait categories that we all possess and within them, the dichotomies that are present.  There are 16 potential types made up of the various combinations of the four trait categories, all of which help to describe how we perceive the world and make decisions. By knowing this, we can further explore and understand our personalities.

The four categories can be explained as follows:

      • Do you prefer to focus on the outer world or the inner world? Extroversion (E) vs Introversion (I)
      • Do you prefer to interpret and add meaning to information you take in or rather just focus strictly on the information you’re receiving? Intuition (N) or Sensing (S)
      • When making decisions, do you prefer to use logic or at the special circumstances? Feeling (F) or Thinking (T)
      • When you deal with the outside world, do you prefer to get things decided or do you like to stay open to new information and other options? Judging (J) or Perceiving (P)

Using your preferences for each category or your test results, you can come up with a four-letter acronym that corresponds to your personality, such as ISFJ.

The Minor Arcana

In tarot mythology, the Minor Arcana cards represent aspects of our daily lives and how it is affecting us. They represent are interactions, experiences, thoughts and emotions as we encounter situations in our lives. The archetypes of the Minor Arcana are suit cards; the Suit of Cups, the Suit of Pentacles, the Suit of Swords and the Suit of Wands, which each corresponding to its own type of traits and themes.

The Court of the Minor Arcana- the Page, Knight, King and Queen cards- are representative of ourselves and contains aspects of our personality. There are 16 court cards of the Minor Arcana and each, you guessed it, corresponds to a Myers-Briggs personality type.

The Minor Arcana and Your Myers-Briggs Type

Below, we go into the 16 different personality types and the corresponding Minor Arcana card that is associated with that type.

The Myers-Briggs Wand-Types

Page of Wands (ESTP)

This Page of Wands personality type is always ready for new adventures and challenges; they are very energetic, creative, enthusiastic, and brave and are not afraid to ditch an adventure midway when a new one emerges. They enjoy spontaneity and are flexible; they are always ready to explore new places, meet new people, and socialize with them. The Page of Wands’ personality is always the life of the party; he appreciates creative arts, dance, music, and art. To them, having fun is not always about having a lot of money; they make it possible to have fun with whatever resources they have. They are very talkative and outgoing. They need to feel important, and this makes them good group leaders. They enjoy shopping and understand the value of money; however, they are not materialistic. They desire to succeed and are eager to learn to attain excellence.

Knight of Wands (ENFP)

The Knight of Wands has a natural talent for leadership; if you have this personality, you are a born leader or manager. Your natural-born leadership helps you get things moving in the right direction; you have the enthusiasm to get things done in a short time and accomplish essential things in your organization. When in a leadership position, you relate better with others. You enjoy being a leader because you want to be a crucial part of the team and community; you enjoy moving the crowd with bold antics and big gestures and receiving attention. Additionally, you like to show off a bit. You always see the best in people and quickly spot mistakes and flaws. The Knight of Wands is exciting and charismatic despite not being consistent and reliable all the time.

Queen of Wands (ESFP)

The Queen of Wands loves attention and is very chatty, outgoing, and enthusiastic. They are friendly, very pleasant, warm, love being the life of the party, and like to have fun; however, they can also be serious and very determined. They have a creative side, get inspired by imagination, and are entrepreneurial. This personality type is committed to their career and family, very confident, and independent.

The King of Wands (ENTJ)

The King of Wands strongly connects to intuition because it appears in the High Priestess position in the Tarot. The King of Wands is an influential and confident leader. He is also an adventurer who never tires of looking for new ways of thinking and experiences. He wants to use discovery to improve the world and always wants the best for those around him. He is a jack of all trades, an expert in scientific, artistic, and practical things. He loves great things and splurges only when he wants to feel good about himself. He is a charismatic and inspirational leader who motivates others to be proud of their accomplishments the same way he is, showing them they can be good at something. He is a natural leader; confident, open-minded, assertive, influential, and decisive.

The Myers-Briggs Cup-Types

Page of Cups (INFP)

If you are this personality type, you are a classic artist archetype and a sensitive person who likes to spontaneously expresses themselves. You are reciprocating the emotional investment you demand from others; an empath, and have wisdom about life’s ups and downs. A natural peacemaker, this type is very compassionate, calm, and caring. They network efficiently and form connections quickly with others. Their forte is seeing the big picture and thinking outside the box. They seek to maintain peace and have care and compassion for others. Being introverts, they enjoy alone time and can provide support to others because they are in tune with their emotions. They understand others and different situations. They are promising innovators as well.

Knight of Cups (ENFP)

Knight of Cups lives in the moment and is very passionate, a genius, and idealistic. They love making friends and having many friends at once, being in a team; their thirst for connections is unquenchable. They always want to share with others the things they see that we cannot. For a Knight of Cups, life is all about making connections with others, and therefore, for them, they hold their relationships in high regard. They are very charismatic, and their desire to find pleasure in life may sometimes be dangerous. They are intense, impulsive, indulgent, spontaneous, and fickle.

Queen of Cups (INFJ)

The Queen of Cups has the most complex and rare personality type, INFJ. It is very authentic and a unique combination of cognitive functions. These functions make them very accurate in their predictions and perceptions. A Queen of Cups can gather information from all sources and process it in a way that represents the truth. She understands things that the rest cannot. She is sensitive, and caring, loves to learn about people, is a good mentor and teacher, loves to help people find their paths in life, and understand their nature. They also offer wise counsel. However, it is easy for them to be manipulative, especially if others do not appreciate their work.

King of Cups (ENFJ)

King of Cups is also called the idealist. They are very persuasive, compassionate, and easy to get along with. They have a lot of concern and empathy for the well-being of others. They are supportive of their team members and are often natural diplomats. Their authenticity and sincerity make them gain others’ trust. However, they are persistent and stubborn, which can annoy others. a King of Cups is very creative in writing, art, and music. They do not mind leadership positions and, at times, get bothered when they don’t get their way. They are mature, sensitive, and make excellent communicators.

The Myers-Briggs Sword Types

Page of Swords (ISTP)

The Page of Swords is inquisitive, analytical, and quick-witted. They grasp information rapidly and, therefore, can do well in fast-paced areas. They are also very good at improvising and are very creative. They have very few, but extreme emotions. The downside to this personality is that it is easy for an ISTP personality type to let emotions let the better part, and they can upset their friends when they lose their cool. This personality type knows what they want and how to get that; they are also self-sufficient. They find interest m the physical world and love learning new things but are also very stubborn. They are philosophers and deep thinkers who always look for patterns, new information, and other patterns.

Knight of Swords (ENTP)

Knight of Swords’ are inventors who love to travel, problem solve, and use their rationale for good. They love to think and are open to new ways of thinking. Their minds wander a lot. They are good at languages; they desire to expand their horizons and are very knowledgeable in handling technology, especially computers. They are confided in their abilities, and this comes off as arrogance. They are independent and, at times, maybe impatient; they are at times outspoken and blunt and prioritize logic and rationality over feelings and emotions.

Queen of Swords (INTJ)

Queen of Swords is a perfectionist, brilliant, independent, self-confident, and loves to get things done. This personality type is not afraid to take charge and make decisions; they are natural leaders. They love coming up with new strategies and ideas and solving problems. Queen of Swords is very empathetic and intuitive; they can read people and know how they feel and think. They know engineering, science, mathematics, and technology. INTJs are good at what they do. They are always focused on achieving their goals and can go over the line and be ruthless in achieving them. A Queen of Swords is very persuasive and can convince others that her way is the best; she looks at the bigger picture and has a big heart. She is resilient, tough, strong, sharp-tongued if provoked, direct, shrewd, and determined to solve problems no matter the fallout.

King of Swords (ENTJ)

King of Swords is an extroverted thinker, good leaders and excellent planners. They are visionary and always want to lead by example; they use their imaginations when planning. They do not like restraints that prevent them from dreaming big. ENTJs are practical, responsible, and disciplined; they enjoy getting things done. They are confident, focused, intelligent, in control, and direct. They like to create strategies, research, study, and dig into details; all these are characteristics of a truth seeker.

The Myers-Briggs Pentacle Types

Page of Pentacles (ISTJ)

This personality type is reserved and, as a result, pays more attention to details and facts. The Page of Pentacles shows very little interest in imagination and creativity. Therefore, it is possible that they hardly use words to express themselves and thus find it hard to express their emotions. Interpersonal relations for this personality type are also complicated; they have difficulty relating with people. They are efficient, loyal, and respected because they get things done well, are committed to a career, studies and money, they are a natural student who focuses on taking action rather than making plans and strategies.

The Knight of Pentacles (ISTP)

The Knight of Pentacles also known as the Artisan. They are builders or fixers; they are builders because they emphasize practical objects and physical constructions. They are also fixers because of their ability to put things in order quickly and tend to be systematic, practical, and logical. They are concerned with social status and material wealth, and can be unhappy when they don’t achieve those things. Their traits include his concern for doing the right thing always, determined, cautious, practical, guarded, and stubbornness, and they are always the hardest worker.

Queen of Pentacles (ISFJ)

The Queen of Pentacles is devoted to their family. They are very warm, caring, and willing to sacrifice much for the people they love. The Queen of Pentacles is not flashy and does not extravagantly display wealth; instead, they are very practical, saving for the future, providing for their family, and spending their money wisely.  A Queen of Pentacles is a good organizer, supportive, loves to look after others, is loyal, emotionally stable, and gives their time, resources, and energy to doing good for others without a reward. ISFJ people excel in academics and careers to prove they are worth something. They take pride in being able to fend for their families, and because this personality type is rare, dishonest people often manipulate them.

King of Pentacles (ESTJ)

The King of Pentacles is a natural entrepreneur who keeps their expenditure on track, understands money’s value, and is a leader. The learning styles associated with the King of Pentacles are analytical, practical, and logical. If you have this personality, you are an exceptional organizer and planner. You are loyal, have a strong sense of duty, and are disciplined with quiet self-control and confidence. You are very ambitious and interested in self-improvement, you are responsible with a solid work ethic, and you work hard to be successful. You are strong, very resourceful, and pragmatic. The King of Pentacles may want to be a real estate buyer, architect, builder, or contractor.

The Benefits of Understanding Your Personality

These personality archetypes and cards give a more detailed insight into various personality cards. The various profiles discussed above make it easy to find where you lie. Are you an ISFJ or an INTP? Is your soul card 12 or 0? These cards have made it easier for us to discover who we are; we do not have to go through life wondering who we are and being scared of how to embrace who we are becoming. Therefore, do not be afraid to embark on a journey of self-discovery because you are not starting from a place of ignorance; personality cards are the guides that will give you insight and help you all the way.

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

Personality Cards: The Meaning Behind the Symbols PT 2

In our second part of exploring the Personality Cards and their meanings, we continue to discover the symbolism of the unique card series and most importantly, how to interpret these cards when you draw it. Have an open heart when you pull from the cards and always remember, be kind and loving to yourself while you’re looking for answers!

The Cowboy  

The Cowboy of my personality cards is simple and authentic, someone who knows who they are deep down. The Cowboy values honor and loyalty; striving to see the good in people and is therefore not afraid to give them the benefit of the doubt. Their focus is doing right and being a protector of others. They are also very good at taking charge and leading the way in any situation, attracting good people and holding on to them. The only way to get there is if you have honor and integrity, starting with striving to remove complications and keep things simple because this simplicity will help you see things how they truly are. The Cowboy wants us to seek to be healthy and productive people, follow commitments through and avoid emotional dialogue.

The Interrupter

The Interrupter often sees no harm in jumping into other people’s activities without giving it much thought. The reception for this is usually not positive, but the Interrupter usually has no ulterior motives or ill intentions when they do this. People are very different, and so are their reactions to things; some may find this very annoying, while others may see nothing wrong with the Interrupter’s actions. This card encourages us not to take anything personally, but instead focus on the insightful things we have gotten from the interactions that we have participated in. The goal is to always be receptive and slow down to allow you to receive what you need.

The Squeeze    

The Squeeze is very manipulative; they know your weaknesses and what makes you vulnerable, tapping into those aspects of yourself to make things work in their favor. It is often quite challenging to realize the manipulation because their actions seem very harmless, but therein lies how manipulation works. In the real sense, the Squeeze is using wit and strategy; most of the time, they come in the form of something disruptive or service. At times we get into situations hastily, and The Squeeze reminds us to do our research before getting into situations that may not work out in our favour. You need to demand transparency, be very protective, and think critically; this is the only way you will see things from a fresh and clear perspective. This also serves as a reminder that no blessing comes from rushing into things and therefore, guard yourself. This card encourages us to stop playing games with others, and instead be authentic to enjoy our own freedom.

The Covert

The Covert is a curious soul that questions everything and reminds us that everything is not what it seems to be; there is always something hidden if we have the courage to look. The Covert believes that honesty serves in seeking light even in the shadows by being forthcoming about what you do, choosing to live in the light, your energy intensifies. The Covert makes us question and rethink our whole being; it forces us to get rid of the mentalities we have about humanity and other illusions we have in us. It encourages us to be alert because there are many things unknown to us in existence. It also urges us to embrace honesty, clarity, and transparency with people around us, especially when we are fond of having secret dealings. This does not mean that you reveal everything you are doing, but it wants you to be truthful, avoid being shady and manipulative, and live in the light and this light will shine your energy brighter and more radiant.

     The Yesterday

Letting the past remain in the past is easier said than done; it is a challenge for us to let go. The Yesterday in my personality cards wants you to live the moment and let the past be. We tend to hold on to what happened to us before, thinking of what could have been having something happen differently. The truth is that we cannot change what happened and the more we are adamant about letting the past be the past, the more we miss out on living the moment. What joy is there to being alive if we can’t live it? We can get stuck in a vicious cycle that prevents us from moving forward, carrying the past with us and dragging us down with it. The Yesterday asks us not to dwell on the past, to focus on the present and create room to make new memories because if we don’t, life will pass us by.

The Innocent Rascal

When people repeatedly point out that you are guilty, it eventually settles in you, and you start to believe them.  This is the case for the Innocent Rascal in my personality cards, who often has an energetic body, that is constantly under scrutiny and appears very untrustworthy. This personality card is encouraging us not to be hasty in passing the guilty judgment on the Innocent Rascal, and for the Rascal, the message is an encouragement to release all the negativity that people have them about themselves over and over; instead, they should focus on the positive traits they have and things that speak of inner love for them to let go of the shame and guilt.

The Socializer

The Socializer finds their joy in sharing information with anyone willing to lend a listening ear. Information, in this case, varies from facts and data to gossip and secrets; as long as the information will either educate or excite the listener, then the Socializer will share it with them. Socializers are often quick to share the information they get, ensuring that their audiences stay informed. This gives them the responsibility to ensure what they share with their audience is positive. The downside to being a Socializer is that your following often believes in what you feed them, and you might be an instrument of destruction and discord if you feed people with half-truths, secrets, and gossip. Therefore, it is up to the Socializer to ensure they exercise love and kindness in what they share with others.

The Hermit

The Hermit’s message for my personality cards deck is that people should take a step back and reconsider what we are addicted to, what we are obsessed with, and what we possess. When we seclude ourselves for long periods of time, this tends to dissolve how we connect to ourselves and how we connect to the light. It is important to find a balance in how we relate to society and the norms that it has in place. We have to break free from whatever is holding our senses captive and learn to live a freer and more fruitful life. We need to be aware of who we are by fostering a balanced connection that prevents us from withering away or forgetting ourselves. Only then will you discover the actual value of things.

The Grouch

The Grouch encourages us to speak our minds just like they do and what happens when we speak up, is a teachable moment we should embrace, both positive and negative. This encouragement is that pretense is not beneficial; there is no need for you to pretend to be happy when you are not. Instead, allow yourself to be grumpy, learn from it and go on. The Grouch highlights our constant need to hide our imperfections and pulling this card to meant to encourage us to be honest when we look at ourselves and feel inspired by what we see. We should filter all the negativity from the feedback, opinions, and experiences we go through and focus on what is helpful to our growth. We do not always have to take everything said to us, only what is valuable, and ignore the rest.

The Transparent

The Transparent reminds us that life is at its simplest when we approach it with honesty, transparency, and goodness. This personality is very genuine and lovely. According to their understanding, one loses energy when we pretend, so this card encourages us to not succumb to that. We should rethink our engagement with the world by consuming less media content and being less busy; essentially, learning to consume less in general. This soul asks us to re-evaluate our tendencies and assumptions, look for what is sincere and authentic to us and connect with that to be peaceful. When we are open to all these, we feel and become free.

The Heart Collector

The Heart Collector in my personality cards is a charismatic soul who acknowledges that love can move mountains. They are generous and gracious and can see right through you. The Heart Collector wants to remind us that we should stop seeking validation from others and warns us against being full of ourselves. When we inflate our egos and make everything about us, we lower our vibration, and instead, we should remain straightforward, unselfish, and sincere.

The Little Devil

The Little Devil has built a reputation around a fascination with the dark edges of reality. They implore you to have some excitement in your life, meet mysterious people, do things you would not normally do. This is to encourage you to feel things you never thought possible and welcome new experiences into your life. However, The Little Devil warns us against letting our desires control us; we need to be in control of what we desire and what we crave because they are usually temporary and sometimes potentially dangerous. Therefore, you should ask the Divine to enlighten your shadows, let you not be consumed by your desires, and learn to control them.

The Softie

The Softie is a kind and warm soul that inspires others to be warm and show compassion and empathy to others. They are sweet and, without effort, make us warm up to them. The Softie encourages us to trust our hearts even when circumstances are upsetting and chaotic. We should not be afraid to reveal our sweetness even in situations that seem very heated. Sweetness and benevolence are very uplifting, and we should never forget that. However, this does not mean that you should let anyone walk all over you because you are kind and sweet; you should not be swayed by those who think you have no say; you should defend what you stand for and refuse to be a pushover.

The Verge

The Verge is constantly pushing and committed to success by fighting through every storm that comes their way. They are hardworking, relentless, courageous, and practices perseverance. But, this can cause stress and exhaustion when they push themselves too hard. The Verge reminds us that while success is good and achieving what you set out to do is remarkable, you should know your limits. Learn to understand that there is time for everything and sometimes, you must slow down. Pushing yourself too hard is not the way to attaining success. It is good to, at times, relax and take your mind off the pressure; it is not wasting time, and who knows, you might find the solution to your problem if you sit back and relax. You may see things from another fresh and helpful perspective if you are not always engrossed in what you are doing.

The Money

The Money reminds us that even though material wealth that not conflict directly with spiritual growth, it can blur the growth. The Money knows that currency’s purpose is the empowerment of initiatives, both business and family. This personality is good at operating what controls Money, but can also sense when it is tarnished. At time, they can forget that obsession with currency can bring conflict with happiness. This card tells us that money is not bad because, after all, we need it for our daily transactions and exchanges, but we should not expect anything from money, as it can also bring the bad in us. We should also know how to interact with it and not let it get in the way of our relationships with others and how our minds about things. Money should not make you shallow-minded, leaving you desperate for more and making you think you are better than others because the money comes and goes. The Money urges us to know how to interact and behave with currency.

The King

The King is strong, gentle, loving, fair, just and an eternal father.  The King is a seasoned warrior; assuring us freedom and safety, knowing when to strike and when to defend. The King urges us also to be confident in what we want; we should also have the courage to ask for it. This card is reminding us that it is essential to let others have their voice, especially when you are in a leadership position. As a leader, you should practice consensus, be firm and yet still practice gentleness. You should command into existence what you desire through grace and humility. Be open-minded, swift, decisive, and courageous.

    The Yearning

The Yearning is kind, understanding, and passionate; who understands pain and suffering and sympathizes with you when challenges arise. However, this card focuses on sadness more than hope. The Yearning always focuses on the distress and chooses to see the worst in all situations, preparing for the worst, which translates to attracting the worst. The Yearning is a reminder that feeling hopeless and helpless in every situation is not suitable for you. There are no miracles that will work for you; instead, we should choose to focus on the good and start at any point. Even when it still seems unclear where it is headed in short, take a step forward. The message is to ward off negativity, always have hope that things will turn out well, have courage and faith and by all means, embrace and confess positivity and you will become it; what you confess is what you will possess.

The Networker

The Networker in my personality cards enjoys social interactions, making meaningful introductions, and meeting new people. Building a network and relationships while sharing resources and exchanging value is priceless to the Networker. Through this, the world advances, and people are always quick to monetize things, reducing the value of interactions. To the Networker, it is not about the money; the knowledge, insight, and experience one can get from these interactions are very useful. The Networker seeks knowledge, especially in an ever-changing and advancing world, and we can all benefit from this as they believe there is always enough for everyone. Introductions can improve resources depths and not only limit the resources to money, so this card encourages us to be open to introductions and interactions. Therefore, we should strive to socialize and get to know others because that is how we know we are playing the game of life right.

When we seek deeper meaning and more connection with ourselves and the universe, divination through personality cards is a powerful, accessible tool that we can use for our benefit.  We can become more self-aware and learn how to better navigate how we interact with the world. As well, it can be a great tool to use when you’re trying to understand others, growing our capacity or compassion and learning that we are all on a unique journey on this Earth.

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

Personality Cards: The Meaning Behind The Symbols PT 1

There are times when we search for answers on our own, but we can’t find the clarity within ourselves to find what we’re looking for. The good news is, is that there are things out there that can guide us when we need it, like tarot or oracle cards, but a deck of cards that can be even more powerful are Personality Cards. Whether you’re looking for some introspective answers, or wanting to share beliefs or feelings with your friends and family, Personality Cards can help you explore your whole being and provide some inspiration along the way.

The Birth of Personality Cards

Personality Cards were developed by Paul Wagner, with the goal to create an inspiring, modern and unique set of oracle cards that can help guide you in any aspect of your daily life.  Personality Cards come in a beautifully designed box with 78 well-illustrated cards and a booklet to help the user understand the meaning of each card. Similar to tarot cards, each Personality Card represent a metaphor for various people that we’ve met in our lives, designed to provide insight into your relationships, inspire you and allow you to look inward and find the clarity you need to be happy and at peace.

Here we explore the meaning of each of the cards and how you can use them to help guide you:

The Lover

This Personality Card embraces unconditional love, which is the purest universal vibration of energy. The Lover does not conform to the worldly habits of desire, passion, romance, projections, or need. Instead, the Lover recognizes and accepts that they embody love  themselves, instead of seeking love in other people. Therefore, despite the complexity of our lives, it is important to allow ourselves to receive nourishment and healing from the Universe where love is deeply implanted. The Lover card’s message is to be the love you want to see in other people. It all starts with you, the Lover.

The Bumble Bee

The Bumble Bee represents kind-heartedness and self-reliance. They are open-minded crafters, who enjoy sharing their work and are not afraid to go that far from home, as they also enjoy the rewards that come with the exploration. The Bumble Bee reminds us that it is best to open our minds to every possibility and free our imaginations, be present and aware, take risks and let go of the need to be in control. Only then will you relax and experience simple and clear joy.

The Feeler

The Feeler is a sensitive soul; sensitive to vibrations, words, thoughts, and sounds. They are very insightful in transforming dynamics and processes and helping people with something as small as a glance, gesture, or even a word. The Feeler believes that if you want to understand yourself and human nature, then you must practice empathy. You should practice compassion and empathy in any situation you find yourself in. You will only get to see from every perspective because you will be in harmony with everything around you. This approach will help you find the best action to take for any situation. The Feeler encourages us to be open to the energies around us, but not forget to respect our boundaries and those we want to connect with.

The Righteous Beast

The Righteous Beast is a personality that leans toward aggressiveness and assertiveness. A reminder that, at times, you require aggression to get what you want in life. You need to defend your dreams even when they seem absurd to others and what you believe in without bowing to any external pressure. The Righteous Beast encourages you to channel your focus and embrace your authentic self. Get rid of whatever is trying to restrict and confine you, the conditions limiting you from achieving what you want. We are often too scared to get out of our comfort zone, but this personality card urges us to go beyond our comfort zone and explore our most tremendous potential. It is a reminder that to attain greatness; you require internal toughness.

The Influencer

The Influencer believes that being generous, through sharing and being helpful, is valuable when it comes to sharing information. The Influencer is charismatic and bright, encouraging others to express themselves, constantly coming up with new concepts, and can easily persuade you to like the person you are. This Personality Card also urges you to be keen on the readily available resources because they will help augment your well-being and wealth. Since the Influencer aims to impress through their speeches, clothes, and appearances, being associated with them might also improve how people view you, say elevation by association! The Influencer urges us to be generous givers with no expectations and not have a high opinion on popularity and position.

The Floating

The Floating is charming, charismatic and endearing, who makes us inherently feel safe when we’re around them. They are sweet and warm, but connecting with them is a challenge because they never seem to be grounded in one place. Touching the ground would mean establishing roots in one place, and this is something they find hard to do. The Floating flirts and flatters, but before it gets any deeper, they fly away. The message here is an encouragement to learn commitment, give yourself a chance to touch the ground, and establish roots to learn things like focus and loyalty. This way, your life is guaranteed to change.

The Hedonist

For the Hedonist, life is defined as pleasure, desire and anything with a sensory input. The Hedonist is very sensual, adventurous, and asks us to question the status quo and to expand our perceptions of what we think we want in life. At times, we are bound by how we perceive things, and we become rigid to change, and instead choose a path in life that in fact imprisons our authentic selves.  The Hedonist is reminding us that it is okay to want pleasure; after all, we are human. And, allowing ourselves to experience all this is a way to heal parts of us that want to be nurtured and seen.

The Mystical

The Mystical acts as a bridge between the physical form and the spirit, and taps into the spiritual and biological aspects passed down from generation to generation. The Mystical acts as a messenger by inviting your ancestors and guides to speak to you through them. They are open-hearted, intuitive, loving, and usually very committed to helping you cultivate clarity and happiness in your lives. This is a call to be open to receiving what the Universe is trying to communicate to you. Do not shut the doors and windows to your heart and soul to experience the energy that is vibrating around you. Let the current flowing within you embrace the forces around it and be inspired by them.

The Comedian

The Comedian is an inventive and wildly dark Shaman. Society has a lot of beliefs, philosophies, and perceptions that limit what people can do. In these beliefs, some falsehoods have been created over the years and instilled in us, so much so that they have become part of the truth. The Comedian wants you to challenge these misconceptions and false narratives; there are so many illusions that we have created in and among us, and it is high time we get rid of them too. The truth will always set you free from mental prisons, limiting beliefs that have held us captive so long that we cannot see ourselves. The Comedian wants you to strive for awareness to deconstruct all the false narratives, find the truth, and eventually find your freedom.

The Cuddler

The Cuddler wants you to experience healthy physical and emotional intimacy. They are a very affectionate soul who encourages you to get in touch with your feelings and not shut them out. They understand how valuable affection is and its power in shifting one’s mood. A small gesture like a hug or a massage goes a long way in healing a fractured or wounded heart or spirit. There is no shame in asking for a hug or a simple action like holding hands, we yearn to feel love and affection, and it is good to let yourself be loved and experience affection. The Cuddler also warns about overdependence on touch because this can limit your growth; instead, strike a balance to ensure you have a healthy attachment to others. It is also a reminder that while we expect and yearn for intimacy with others, we should practice self-love, feed our bodies, minds, and souls with love, and let that mirror how we want to be loved. There is nothing wrong with wanting affection; embrace it because that makes us human.

The Serpentine

The Serpentine is very conniving, lustful and hungry in a way that is not beneficial to you and those around you. They are very mischievous, crafty, and sneaky. The Serpentine is also very manipulative and will show you what you always desire, trick you into what you always crave, and pushes you to be selfish so that you can reveal your secrets. This card encourages us to look inside ourselves and improve what we believe, what we desire, our motivations, and what we pledge allegiance to because the Serpentine will bring out the worst in us. It does not serve us to be devilish; we need to embrace honesty, balance our desires, hunger, and ambitions so that they do not lean towards selfishness, and strive to make our desires good so that in case we are visited by the Serpentine, he does not take away the goodness in you and consume it with mischief, craftiness, and selfishness.

The Awakened

Is also called the One Who Comes into the State of Oneness, the embodiment of the spirit, energy, soul, light, force, and physical. There is no way to separate any of these elements because they are woven together in something; you! The Awakened reminds us that we are loved, and we are love; therefore, we should practice commanding love even in situations that seem impossible to teach love. The Awakened encourages us to move swiftly from one challenge to another with consciousness. Even when it seems impossible, we should not forget to practice love because it will bring miracles and light. In a world that is often very cruel, the Awakened reminds us that we should not join the cruel bandwagon to spread cruelty; instead, we learn to see ourselves in the highest life, which begins by commanding love and believing that we are love and deserve love.

The Shifter

The Shifter challenges us to change our patterns and encourages us to grow. We are always stuck in the same place with the same things out of habit with the fear of venturing into unfamiliar territories. However, being in a routine dims our innovations, creativity, and inspiration. Therefore, the Shifter wants us to step out of our routines, be daring enough to embrace the wild where we still have no formed habit, explore what is out there, and be open to inviting change in every aspect of our lives because change is inevitable and is at times exactly what we need.

The Silent

The Silent knows the value of sitting in our thoughts, in the quiet, connecting with the eternal as they find peace in the silence. Our everyday lives are filled with so much going on; at times, we must be still, keep quiet and find peace in the silence. You will quickly and easily feel tranquility if you maintain silence and practice meditation; the journey to serenity will be longer if you do not silence your mind and constantly keep analyzing things. Silence is golden, and this personality card reminds us to exercise it, make room for the Universe, deepen ourselves, and find quick, amicable, and reasonable answers to our problems.

The Healer

The Healer is pure and clear; they help others soothe the vibrations by holding intentions of flow and rejuvenation. To be like the Healer, you must accept vulnerability and not be afraid. We often build high walls around us to prevent others see us in our vulnerable states. Still, the Healer reminds us that light and sound are foundational elements of creation and make up physical matter, thoughts, and emotions. Souls embody love frequencies in their purest forms, and therefore, we need to allow external expansiveness to flow through us and align love and light with healing fractures. It is a reminder to allow ourselves to be vulnerable; only then will our prayers be answered, and we will find peace.

The Family Fable

The Family Fable loves and adores family. They use ancestral stories to validate his beliefs and desires and does well when their family thrive. The Family Fable reminds us that there are a lot of good values that we can pick from; however, the Family Fable warns us that, at times, the family can be destructive, and we have to pay attention to that. Some of us are in toxic family relationships without even realizing it. While to some, it is uncommon for a family to be wrong or toxic, we need to acknowledge that there is no picture-perfect family and at times, what is draining the zeal of life out of you is your family. You may also be picking up negative traits from them that make you toxic to others. Therefore, evaluate which family aspects are helping you grow and which ones are not.

The Harness

The Harness is a leader who wants the team members to put their skills to good use and strives to inspire them through language to help them enjoy and invest in working together for the common good. They aim to ensure collaboration and bring people together. The Harness can help teams realize their full potential, even those that seem to be mediocre. They tap into the passion and expertise of every team member with courage. They realize that people can achieve a lot if they work together; two heads are better than one, and therefore, they will succeed with each team player having a specific task custom to their area of expertise. The Harness is a reminder that collaborations bring out the best in everyone; they are very productive and ease one’s mind off doing all the work themselves. If you want to go far, walk with others.

The Whimsical

The Whimsical is a light-hearted soul who believes in the path to your freedom through magic and playfulness. It is never that serious; therefore, the Whimsical chooses playfulness over everything. They see through the barriers you have created and goes straight to the heart of the matter. We often set many boundaries and restrictions that limit us from being who we are. These restrictions cage us in a box and deny us our freedom. But the Whimsical reminds us that there is a whole world of infinite possibilities outside our cocoons. Sticking to what we know and not willing to explore anything else that is out there makes us miss out on the gift of magic that is ever present around us. This card urges you to relax, let loose, exert yourself beyond your cocoon, and see yourself expand, take that leap of faith.

We can all learn more form ourselves and others by using divination. When we ask the universe for answers, and we open ourselves up to the possibilities, we can find deeper meaning in ways we never would have dreamed.

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

How I Used Intuitive Coaches, Tarot Readers, Mystics, and Psychics to Heal My Life

We all experience dark moments in our lives, when we just can’t see a future for ourselves. Intuitive coaches, tarot readers, mystics and psychics can have a helpful hand at these times. A psychic or intuitive is someone who has the ability to sense things that others may not be able to see. They can help you find meaning in your life, understand difficult situations and even predict the future based on their special gifts.

These intuitives aren’t fortune tellers but rather people who are tuned into their intuitive abilities, sensing things about you that others might not be able to see. These people have an innate ability to read energy and circumstances and offer guidance based on what they sense from you or see in the cards, tarot or other tools they use in their practice.

Why You Might Need an Intuitive Reading

A reading with an intuitive can help you to see your life from a different perspective and gain insight about your life path, relationships, health, and financial situations. You may come to an intuitive for help with any of the following: – Understanding a difficult situation in your life – such as a break-up, death in the family, chronic illness, or the stressful times that come with the death of a job. – Finding your life purpose, your strengths and weaknesses and how those connect to your life path. – Understanding the dynamics of a difficult relationship – such as a parent/child, spousal or friend relationship and how to heal and find peace in it. – To find closure in a traumatic situation you’ve been unable to come to terms with. – To find financial stability and security. – To understand the meaning behind recurring dreams.

How Intuitive Coaches, Tarot Readers and Psychics Can Help

Intuitive coaches, tarot readers and psychics can help with the above issues by providing insights from their intuitive abilities, knowledge and experience in their fields. They can help you understand your strengths and weaknesses and offer strategies to overcome challenges in your life. They can help you find your life path and purpose by listening to you and understanding your situation. They can help you understand the dynamics of relationships, whether platonic or romantic, by putting themselves in your shoes and helping you find solutions. They can help you find closure to traumatic situations by helping you understand the reasons behind them and how they affect you. They can help you understand the meaning behind recurring dreams and help you discover their hidden meaning and what you need to learn from them.

Choosing the Right Intuitive for You

When choosing an intuitive for a reading, there are some things to keep in mind. First, find out if the intuitive is certified or trained. There are many people who call themselves intuitives, but who haven’t been trained and don’t have a real ability to sense things. Make sure the person is ethical and doesn’t guarantee a particular outcome and doesn’t use their gift to manipulate you. You should feel comfortable with the person and their method of reading; find an intuitive who uses a method that resonates with you. Find out if they specialize in one area of life such as relationships, finances, career, health and so on. If you have more than one issue that you want insight on, it’s a good idea to go to different intuitives.

Psychic Readers and Intuitive Coaches

Psychic readers and intuitive coaches are similar in that they are both intuitives; the difference is the way they use their abilities. Psychic readers will use a deck of cards or other tools to assist them in their readings and can communicate with spirits. Intuitive coaches use their intuition and can help you in your current life situation, but don’t communicate with spirits.

Tarot Readers and Mystics

The difference between tarot readers and mystics is the tool used. Tarot readers use tarot cards as their tool, while mystics use a form of meditation.

Types Of Advice From Clairsentients

Clairsentients are people who can sense the energy of people, places and objects. They can often see a person’s aura and the energy fields around them. Clairvoyants can also see other people’s energy fields and auras, and can also see into the past or future. When you consult a clairsentient, you can expect them to use their abilities to help you in one or more of the following ways: – They can help you to understand what is going on in your life right now, and what you need to do next. – They can help you to see where you came from and what your past experiences have taught you. – They can help you to understand people around you, and how their past and present experiences affect their lives and relationships with you. – They can help you to understand your relationship with yourself, with others and with the world around you. – They can help you to see what lies ahead for you in life, and what you can do to create the future you desire.

Tarot And Oracle Cards To Help You Heal, Forgive, And Evolve

Tarot and oracle cards can help you to heal, forgive and evolve. They can help you understand the root cause of a difficult situation or relationship and help you forgive the person or situation. They can also help you to find your life path and purpose, your strengths and weaknesses and how those connect to your life path. They can help you to understand the dynamics of a difficult relationship, such as a parent/child, spousal or friend relationship and how to heal and find peace in it. They can help you to find closure in a traumatic situation you’ve been unable to come to terms with. They can help you to find financial stability and security. They can also help you understand the meaning behind recurring dreams.

Final Thoughts

Just like we take care of our bodies, minds and souls, so too do we need to take care of our spirits from time to time. And when we are not feeling our best, it is important to reach out for help, because every single person has their own challenges to deal with in life. An intuitive reading can help you to find clarity and come to terms with the circumstances in your life. You may seek an intuitive reading for yourself or for someone in your life who may benefit from one. Make sure you choose the right intuitive for you and that you are comfortable with their method of reading.

Meet Paul Wagner

Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.

Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE

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