The Rainbow Bridge: All Pets Go To Heaven

Tales of a psychic junkie


Losing a pet is a horrible loss.  These beloved furry creatures come into our lives and become part of us not unlike our family.  When they pass, whether it be natural or through tragedy, the loss can be devastating, and more often than not, we are left with so many unanswered questions.

I found myself in this very situation when my dog ( who was originally my ex-boyfriends dog)  died of asphyxiation during a horrible heat wave when he left him alone in a hot apartment with no air conditioner in 100 degree heat.

I don’t think devastated quite describes the feeling I had when I got the phone call from my ex screaming that Bink was dead.  My brother and I went to meet him to help him take care of the body.  We had been broken up for quite some time, however we all put our differences aside…

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Verb or Noun?

Mitch Teemley

Some things can be both a verb and a noun (fish, call, ride). But I only know of one thing that must be a verb before it can be a noun: Love

Yesterday was World Refugee Day, by the way. A perfect time to be practicing the verb. Here’s a good place to start: World Relief.

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I feel no fear

Elaine's Blog


Sitting here in silence I feel you are near

Sitting here in darkness I have no fear

sitting contemplating I find my inner peace

sitting here quietly, feeling a gentle release


Standing near the window my eyes open wide

Standing upon a mountain I sense where you reside

Standing in the darkness your heartbeat I can hear

Standing here alone, again I feel no fear.


Swimming in the moonlight I see the full moon up above

Swimming with my eyes closed I feel your gentle love

Swimming to the shore I see our waterfall

Swimming  towards you I know we have it all


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Beautifully Said!!

Fox Fresh

I crave solitude.

Which is quite the about-face for a confirmed card-carrying Extrovert.  In the final quarter of 2017, my world spiralled out of control, careening from side to side like a car spinning on ice, bouncing from one concrete life barrier to the next.  I had to stop and get off the rollercoaster to reclaim my sanity.  I just didn’t realize that in order to do so, I had to shed not just longtime friendships and old habits, but embedded expectations and deeply ingrained beliefs.  Sure, I was trudging bravely ahead, one foot in front of the other, but I wasn’t getting anywhere except falling deeper into depression, denial and demons.  And the back talk from my very own mind was the height of insolence.

“Go inward,” counselled my mentor Carrie*.  Her words rattled around in my head like the angry circus lion pacing in his austere cage.  While…

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Animals Lover

Life and the Universe . . . .



Life and the Universe have a funny way of bringing us to the exact people,
places, circumstances, and messages that our souls are calling for at the right
time. What appears as an accident in our lives is not always what it seems.
Nothing happens by chance, and there are no coincidences. We begin to understand
that there’s a reason for the way our life is unfolding even though it may not
always be immediately apparent.

Text & image source: Spiritual Awakenings ॐ

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See, there's this thing called biology...

The issue of “boundaries” has come up over and over again over the past few weeks and I find it a really interesting paradox.

I was listening to a podcast not long ago and I heard mention of the pop psychology concept  of “boundaries,” said with the same kind of mild disdain I feel about the whole matter. A pastor I adore recently spoke of boundaries, too. The other day I said, “uh no.” a form of setting a boundary, and I inadvertently created a  firestorm of melodrama. It’s a bit comical in the sense that I thought nothing of it, like just simply “no.” I mean really, how much trouble can a two letter word really cause?

Bahahaha. Uh yeah. Quite a bit of trouble apparently.

I have an exceeding dislike for the pop culture notion of “boundaries” and a great love for the biblical notion. There is a…

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Solstice Energy – 21-Jun-2018 – Kara Schallock



Solstice Energy – 21-Jun-2018

We have been in a major period of receiving high dimensional Light. This Light shines on childhood patterns, which have had a way of creating separation. However, there has been a clearing, which also may have had the effect of letting go of certain family members as well as the patterns set up then. Old emotions and beliefs of abandonment, invisibility, feeling unloved, as well as energies of anger, frustration, judgment and hate also are shown to you so they may be released and transformed to Love. These energies may also overflow into other areas of life, yet they began in childhood (as well as in other lifetimes). When released and transformed  you may experience more Peace, more Joy and more Freedom, as if a weight has been lifted from you. All of this helps pave the way to the Solstice.

Also know if you…

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Seek Your Purpose — Jonathan Hilton Mind Connections

To have a purpose is what gives our lives fuel. Days are spent either just existing or existing for a larger purpose. The purpose can be to create a family, a business, a book, a political movement, a career, or any other thing that allows you to exist for a reason outside of just being…

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