W H Y "OUR C H A R I S M A T A"? All faiths, non-faiths, and other are Welcome. To take the focus off of me; I am only the connecting bridge.
These Expressions of Spirit: Mediumship, Clairvoyance, Psychic, Intuitive, etc. are also called C H A R I S M A T A. Gifts-Expressions of Holy Spirit, Grace, used for the Good of All.
I treasure this part! The Gifts of Charismata interconnect all of Life, and are meant to be sharedto collectively unify, uplift, encourage, enlighten, awaken guide, support, and meet your needs at the time that is right for you.
I am passionate about removing the shroud that obscures the psychic-medium-clairvoyant-intuitive modality, and about spreading the message that brings it home again without the stigma, skepticism, misuse, misinformation, prejudice, and discrimination. That is a main reason why I emphasize the term Charismata. I have been entrusted with conveying Messages of Spirit by Grace, and so I dedicate my purest efforts and practices.
* Ultimately, it is One Spirit that is guiding and doing the counseling for your session! *
* C H A R I S M A T A *
Assuring you that my service is based on the highest Principles of Life.
To clearly separate myself and service from witchcraft, fraudulence, and any impure motive.
To take the focus off of me; I am only the connecting bridge. A sincere part of my mission is to Lovingly help your gaze fall and stay on that which makes all of this possible rather than on me! Acknowledging the Omniscient Source ever-present for, and in, all of Life.
The Greek term charisma (charismata, plural) denotes any good Spiritual expression that flows from God's (your term of reverence) benevolent Love and Grace (charis) unto Living beings.
This includes a non-dualistic view of God as not a separate, personified being from Life. In metaphysics, one of the synonyms for God is Life.
All of Life is interconnected by Charismata because all of Life has Charismata.
*C H A R I S M A T A* The Greek term charisma (charismata, plural) denotes any good Spiritual Expression that flows from God's benevolent Love and Grace (charis) unto mankind (living beings); any Divine Grace. Expressions of Holy Spirit. This includes a non-dualistic view of God as not a separate, personified being from Life. In metaphysics, one of the synonyms for God is Life. Extraordinary Graces intended to be used for the good of All. We all have Charismata.
(1 Corinthians 12:4,-11 ) "4 There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them. 5 There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. 6 There are different kinds of working, but in all of them and in everyone it is the same God at work. 7 Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good. 8 To one there is given through the Spirit a message of wisdom, to another a message of knowledge by means of the same Spirit, 9 to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by that one Spirit, 10 to another miraculous powers, to another prophecy, to another distinguishing between spirits... 11 All these are the work of one and the same Spirit..."
Additionally Why "C H A R I S M A T A ?" To Be Clearly Distinct from Three words: occult, witchcraft, fraud. I feel disappointed that the words medium and psychic have been contorted out of context, misrepresented in numerous ways such as: in TV, Film, imposters, self-proclaimed frauds, and those who are associated with the dark occult and witchcraft, of which I have zero part.
I have spent detailed time and attention to purposely research all materials that are in opposition of this profession, including scholarly and theological essays, magazine publications, as well as those tv programs or films that in some way touch on either (misconstruing) Charismata or 'paranormal' experiences (hauntings, ghosts, characters having psychic or medium experiences but have zero guidance, and are therefore disoriented, or deemed mentally ill). I have done such research in order be informed from all angles about this topic in culture, historically, but also currently. I have also sought out and listened to people who just do not connect with Charismata, or have deeply held convictions against this altogether. While I do not dwell on the opposition, it prevents me from being naive and uninformed. Professionally, it is my responsibility to be aware of the intellectual facets, yet my main focus and growth dwells in the contemplative and Spiritual lifestyle that enables me to be anchored for providing services. Dialogue, moderation, balance, stability.
The definition of Charismata helps to clarify the foundation on which I approach my work, and keeps the definition of the words 'psychic,' and 'medium' in their true and good places.
W H Y SPIRITUAL COUNSEL? My approach to Psychic Mediumship, including Animal Communication and Clairvoyance, is all within the heart of Spiritual Direction, or Counsel. My Spiritual Counsel Approach: * Enriches our time together, creating a different quality from other styles in this profession. * Expands the possibilities for your session, and also for what you carry with you when the session is over. * The way that sessions with me can be deeply life changing puts them into a category of Spiritual counsel and personal development; and so the pricing reflects all of the efforts that go into making this possible, and the level of ethical professionalism that you can expect. Here are general principles that are part of the foundation for my services: "Spiritual (counsel) is essentially companioning someone in his or her spiritual life. Other ways of describing spiritual (counsel) include holy listening, spiritual friendship, sacred journeying." Janna Larson, Roman Catholic, USA "...Assisting another in attending to God's presence..." https://www.sdiworld.org/
WITHIN A SPECIFICALLY CHRISTIAN CONTEXT
THE GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT: THE MANIFESTATION OF SANCTIFYING GRACE by Scott P. Richert TIP! Tune into "Counsel," listed as the third gift of the Holy Spirit.
"'With the gift of counsel, the Holy Spirit speaks, as it were, to the heart and in an instant enlightens a person what to do,' writes Father Hardon."