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Hi, After many years of being privileged to have a successful career, radio performances, television performances, teaching at the university level, foreign travel, etc., I personally would choose personal happiness over success any day. However, I do believe that virtually everyone has the ability and time in their lives for both. Sandra Bullock is a talented, class act. I predict her priorities will shift slightly after a lesson including public humiliation (is there any other kind of lesson involving romance?) and allow her to value herself as highly personally as she values herself professionally until she meets a man worthy of her. Sincerely, Maryanne Extension 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2010 on Success vs. Happiness at California Psychics®
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The six items listed in the post are perfect and very important to a good relationship, as well as the three added by Gina Rose. I'd like to add that being: 1) Admired 2) Wanted-not desired, but wanted are elements that add to a good relationship as well. Sincerely, Maryanne, Ext. 9146
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Hi, Jen, I have always been able to feel and smell hurricanes. A few years ago when a major hurricane was predicted to hit our beach (a whole 3 houses down the street from me), I walked out on the beach up to the waterline and felt the air and sniffed the air as well. I knew the hurricane wouldn't come to us and it did not-it hit the coastline about 30-35 miles south of me. I have been able to feel a certain pressure in the air if a hurricane is coming close and smell a very unique combination of water, salt, and moss if one is close and have used that "method" of sensing whether to go or stay for hurricanes in 3 states. Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Ivy, Thanks for a great article. May I add that when we give ourselves time to heal from a broken or bruised heart, we also give the universe time to put into place in our future one of those people that we will be eternally grateful there was space in our lives for when we met them. Definitely forgive yourself, be very good to yourself, and recognize you are evolving into a next, even better relationship. It really is a rebirth and we know those can be uncomfortable at first. Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2010 on Nurse Your Broken Heart at California Psychics®
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Miss Krystal, Great article on a very important topic. Embracing what we have and being ready to embrace change definitely need to be listed in the secrets of life. After being widowed at 29, I was terrified in my mid-30's that I was too old, I wasn't in a relationship, eeek! You're so right, enjoy your life, be open, and forget the number. I dated, had relationships, fell in love with my beach and could not believe that the universe had a lovely old beach house there for me in my price range when everything else was astronomical. Then one day, in my mid 50's, I showed up late to meet a "friend of a friend" for weekend brunch (why bother to be on time since I was "too old" and had "missed my chance" by then). The best was not only yet to come, but right there waiting for me. I thought "Wow" and have said that to myself every day since then. Oh, for all of the days in my 30's and 40's that I spent precious moments worrying about "getting too old" or having "missed my chance". The universe was just making sure I didn't stop walking on the path to "Wow". Thanks again for your insightful thoughts. Sincerely, Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Thanks for a great article. Another reminder and reaffirmation from authors that "letting go" of that which no longer serves us (or perhaps never did) is so very important to our spiritual growth and present day happiness. Sincerely, Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2010 on Be Responsible for You at California Psychics®
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Tawny, Thanks for a great post! I've had angel "nudges" from time to time. Like you, one of my most significant nudges was shortly after I moved to my current home some years ago. I was so fortunate to find a lovely beach cottage I could j..u...s...t afford on what is rated one of the world's 10 most beautiful beaches. And I mean just afford. Walking the beach one day, I worried and worried that I wouldn't be able to do it. As I walked the narrow cross-over off the beach toward my home, an elderly gentleman walking on the cross over in the opposite direction onto the beach looked at me and said, "Just go home and do it. You can do it!" Alzheimer's or a messenger? I went right home a few steps and began to work regularly and successfully. Psychic Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2010 on The Homeless Angel at California Psychics®
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Great article, thank you for reminding us that taking responsibility is powerful. And that no one has respect for the person we all know who says "well, if he/she hadn't said that or done that, I wouldn't be in this position at all".... Don't have a lot of respect for those who don't take any responsibility, do we? I don't believe that our actions control everything around us-there are other factors-we are definitely not omnipetent, but taking responsibility is a fabulous way to build our paths. Sincerely, Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 10, 2010 on Own Up To Yourself at California Psychics®
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Hi, Jaela, Thanks for a great article explaining clairaudience. I've been a telepathic clairaudient, clairvoyant, and empath since birth and definitely use it in my readings. I've always found clairaudience to be a great comfort when I receive a message for myself and am always delighted to explain how it works to clients. Clairaudience is such a comfort to clients who are attempting to establish an avenue of communication with a loved one who has passed over. Sincerely, Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 10, 2010 on What is Clairaudience? at California Psychics®
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Jen, So sorry for your abrupt loss and please be very gentle with yourself as you go through the grieving process. It's always been my experience that random acts of kindness and care for each other are so very powerful that they immediately increase the paying forward of kindness from one individual to another exponentially. It's rather a sad commentary that kindness, thoughtfulness and gentle acts are so uncommon these days that they are surprising to others when we practice them. Know that you will, in time, be able to hear your father's messages to you. Best wishes, Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2010 on Kindness for No Reason at California Psychics®
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Hi, Great article-thanks for posting it. I agree-that initial, wonderful, heady feeling when we recognize a partner on several levels-Wow! Is that love-no, far from it. Love is later-if and when that initial powerful feeling has expanded to include strong positive affection for his habit to spend 20 minutes driving around a parking lot before choosing an empty space or her habit of being 20 minutes late to finish dressing for any party. Or feeling affection for and finding true beauty in each others warts, scars, and the tatoo of someone else's name on your partner's body or the temporary extra 20 pounds you put on just now after you quit smoking. By then the trust, admiration and comfort that your partner is there for you have grown into love. Over the years of doing this work, I have, as I am certain we all have, received many calls from clients with bruised or broken hearts who report that they "fell in love on the first date" or first week. For the most part, I don't think falling in love at first sight is successful. Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Hi, Hern, I'm delighted to learn that I am not the only one who occasionally fails to hang up either my work line or headset properly. Thanks for this article, Sincerely, Maryanne Extension 9146
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2010 on A 'Stand-Up' Psychic at California Psychics®
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Heidi, Thanks for this article. I haven't seen Soul Cards, but they sound beautiful and powerful. I'd like to see a deck. Are they readily available? Maryanne Extension 9146
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2010 on What are Soul Cards? at California Psychics®
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Rondalafay, Thanks for a very enlightening article on "the other side". I am very comforted, and I know our clients will be, too, by your assurance that when our individual times come there will be a hand reached out to us. Sincerely, Maryanne Extension 9146
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2010 on My Near Death Experience at California Psychics®
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Thanks for the use of the Shakespeare quote-I think it says it all very simply. It's both difficult to be stuck learning the same lessons over and over and comforting to know that some of our favorite souls will be with us from lifetime to lifetime. Sincerely, Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Feb 25, 2010 on Waxing Shakespearean at California Psychics®
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Hi, I do agree that we are more responsible for our own happiness than we generally know or want to admit. Finding someone else to "make me happy" is definitely abdicating our responsibility for ourselves and overloading someone else's responsibility to make us happy. Some of this "settling" sounds like old-fashioned, frontier, mail order bride thinking, when people had to marry in order to survive financially or to produce a family with not much expectation of love or happiness. Of course, as the paragraph above mentions, expecting too much of a relationship partner is out of line, too. So I feel the balance is, as usual, somewhere in the middle. I am a little surprised at the mention of "my marriage value was at its peak". Excuse me, I think I have value as a partner no matter which birthday I have celebrated. My favorites, since I live very near a beach, are the elderly couples walking at sunset who are holding hands and still looking at each other like "I can't believe I won her (or him)". Best wishes to all, Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Hi, Riley, Thanks for a great article and very much on point. It is so very crucial and also very difficult for any of us to progress past the "But when will things go back to exactly where they were?" It seems that we all do get stuck there and, therefore, hold ourselves back from moving forward, and almost hang on with both hands tightly to prevent ourselves from moving forward. Thanks for reminding us there are always hidden blessings around the corner and each step forward brings us to the next, more positive offering available in our lives as we evolve. Thanks again for a very special article. Sincerely, Psychic Maryanne Ext. 9146
Toggle Commented Feb 25, 2010 on The Truth About Breakups at California Psychics®
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Hi, Fran, You are such a wonderful ray of light in all of our lives. Miss you, too, Hugs, Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Hi, Lovely Duckling, Thanks so much for reminding us about leaving space for ourselves. Very important and, after all, the very first space we should leave. Hugs, Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Hi, What a great article and right on point about letting go of negativity. I am a great believer, both for clients and for myself, in venting about stresses in our lives for emotional, mental and physical well-being. However, there is a point or line past which holding on to negativity does not serve us at all-it actually holds us back. Don't be afraid; don't cling to negativity or refuse to let go of it or hide behind it. No-everything will not continue to be awful or empty for you or for me. William has done a fabulous job of getting his client to lower resistance to positive thinking. Don't worry-I'm not a PollyAnna; I know how tough and frightening and lonely things can be, however, I also know how quickly we can change those feelings if we allow ourselves to. If I stop to admire a flower in my yard and it gives me pleasure so I look up smiling at a neighbor and we speak pleasantly, if briefly, I'm on the path of small steps to better things. Believe in them, believe in you-go ahead, be brave-let go of that shield of negativity and stand, for a moment, unprotected to allow even the smallest positive item to fly, unimpeded, right to you. Bigger and better things to follow. Do the previous few sentences mean I "don't get it" about people needing to obtain a job, a home, money to get out of debt, health insurance? Absolutely not-I definitely understand it. However, if we allow the small positives to come to us unimpeded, the medium and large positives are certain to follow as our spirit and aura are affected by the initial positive events. Think of a drop of water falling on a granite rock. Psychic Maryanne Extension 9146
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Hello, I certainly do believe in miracles ever since I drove alone in a small car from one end of Montana to the other and was told I had actually driven over a mountain pass that was closed. Closed?? Where was the closed sign? Abigail, thanks for the wonderful posting here about this time of ascension. I have, within the last 3 weeks, received an absolute miracle and stand ready and believing to receive. Sincerely, Psychic Maryanne Extension 9146
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Thanks for a great statement on being a Psychic. You both give off such fabulous positive energy. I agree with Jacqueline that so very many of us here have found our life's purpose to be of assistance to others, particularly during the most financially challenging times since the 1920's. Sincerely, Psychic Maryanne Ext. 9146
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Yemaya, Thanks for a great article and for giving our clients (and, no doubt, some of us) an extremely useful step by step plan for breaking their love addiction. Making a commitment to ourselves and living in the now are excellent steps to allowing ourselves to have space in our lives for love to come in. I would like to suggest that if any of us finds ourself addicted to a love that is not going to work out we add the step of asking ourselves why we are hanging on to the relationship that is not working. The usual reasons come out first-"I'll never feel this way about anyone else again". Good-I don't want to feel that level of unrequited love hurt or want any of our wonderful clients to feel it again either. At least consider opening space in your life for someone to come in who will love you and you will love as well. Over the years I have been privileged to work with many, many clients who have been stuck on a love addiction and then discovered they actually became grateful for the space that opened up in their life because someone wonderful walked into it. I have heard, so very many times over the years, "What if I had stayed focused (addicted) on that relationship that was not working--I would have totally missed him/her!" Trust in your own intrinsic value and trust in the universe to bring you that which you need. Sincerely, Psychic Maryanne Extension 9146
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Dear Liam and All Who Have Posted Here, I do believe and agree with those of you who have mentioned that "one and only one soulmate" is too limited a vision and not correct. I do agree with those of you who have mentioned different soulmates available at different times or stages in our lives. And Liam, I do agree that the term "soulmate" has been overused and does seem to tend to have people thinking their "soulmate" means there will be no work or effort required to build and sustain the relationship---a "soulmate" means everything will be perfect right from the meeting of the two people. Please. "Is he/she my soulmate?", i.e., can I relax and stop putting effort into my relationship? And, "not always able to say why we love our partner".... beautiful. I do believe there are aspects about our love for our partner we can identify, but the totality of it can sometimes defy explanation and frequently doesn't quite fit any pre-conceived notion we may have had about who would fit into our lives or how. But, then, isn't that part of why love is grand? Thanks again for a great article, Liam, and for all of the very thoughtful responses from all of you here. Sincerely, Psychic Maryanne Extension 9146
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Claire, Thank you for a great article on letting go-it does seem to be a huge issue for clients and, I suspect, for some of us as well. I particularly agree with your points that once we look at what we are holding on to we realize there is nothing there-nothing at all. Further, the point you made that we "can't get over that person/situation/job" because we fear that if we let go of that old situation nothing will come in to replace it. Absolutely-100% correct. "I don't know why, but I just can't get over him/her". Fear is ruling the situation-fear there won't be anything else. Your article is freeing-great job and thanks again. Paychic Maryanne Extension 9146
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