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Liam at ext. 9290
Pennsylvania
Interests: cinema, existentialism, ps2), sacred sexuality, erotic art and literature, experimental and classical literature, elliptical training, tantric kriya yoga, gaming (ps3, romantic era poetry, cleveland cavaliers, anime, manga,
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We are so fortunate in the States to be represented by such talented athletes. I'm still smarting over the gold medal hockey match yesterday. But, wow, what an awesome and exciting game! Congratulations to Canada for the win. Well done.
Toggle Commented Mar 1, 2010 on Top 3 Olympians! at California Psychics®
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Feb 25, 2010
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Feb 25, 2010
Greetings, Miss Krystal. I do hope that you are well. It is certainly an exciting thing indeed to see all of this response to the article. I've been having a fine time reading all of the different points of view and opinions on the matter. My burning question for you, though, right now, is, did you catch that hockey game yesterday? U.S. defeated Switzerland? Too cool. Are we ready to watch the lads face Finland on Friday? Hard game, and it will rock. Be well.
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Greetings, Gina Rose! Hey, pal, did you have a good Imbolc? Been thinking of ya. Thanks for sharing all your cool insights.
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Feb 23, 2010
One of the giants leaves us. Grand masterpiece, Catcher in the Rye. RIP, Mr. Salinger.
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2010 on Death of J.D. Salinger at California Psychics®
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Hiya, Maryanne! It is always so cool to hear from you. How are things going? Indeed, it is often the case that in such situations, people tend to give their rival tons of energy via focus. And, as you know, that's exactly what their rival wants them to do! If someone is given a heavy amount of value by another, be it positive or negative, that person becomes a factor in the scheme of things, where they might not have been such an influence before. Thanks for all of your great observations. You rock!
Toggle Commented Jan 27, 2010 on "He Cheated on Me" at California Psychics®
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Greetings, Gina Rose. And thank you again for such kind words and good points. I know from clients that you are also one how favors a direct route, and this is indeed a good thing. Be well, my friend.
Toggle Commented Jan 27, 2010 on "He Cheated on Me" at California Psychics®
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Greetings and well met, Priestess of the Old Ways. I certainly hope that all is well with you these days. Getting to know you has been an utter delight for me. I thank you for all of your kind words and insights. I also enjoy reading your posts and commentaries as well, as you've such good knowledge and empowering foresight. Be well, Lady Gina.
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Greetings, Abigail. It was such a pleasure to read your message. And I thank you very much for your kindness. Control is such an interesting subject, and it hovers at the very core of our existence - making up the very concept we have of self and identity. Your observations here are astute indeed. Learning to give up control of the external is never an easy. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts. Be well, my friend.
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Greetings, Jacqueline. It is very interesting thing to hear your obserations on this matter. We all have control issues, per say, whether we want to admit it or not. How can we not, really? Perhaps it is the Freudian aspect, with the old struggle of ego and Id .. Or our constant struggle to maintain remnants of stability in an ever shifting enviornment .. Mankind is constantly struggling to erect barriers against the forces of chaos be they internal or external. Sometimes I'm not sure it's such a good thing ... But that hardly matters. It remains our issue to deal with and no one is exempt. Control issues easily project to others, since all human relationships are essentially based on issues of control and power, however much we wish to believe otherwise. Relationships are symbiotic by nature, and we must have benefits from any interaction. The trick is to understand our own motives, and to be very realistic about our own issues of need, control, and desire. So we realize when we're destroying something we want to preserve... Your points are very good ones, Jacqueline. Be well.
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Greetings, Miss Krystal! It's always wonderful to hear from you. Interesting you picked up on the teacher vibe. I used to coach and judge high school team debate. And of course, I've taught a bit on more esoteric subjects from time to time. Indeed there are some great games forthcoming. I'm digging in to root for Alabama in the BCS National Championship game ... But no worries about your Bruins, dear. They'll no doubt be back in full form next season. And, indeed, if one is seeking a bit of hope, Kobe Bryant is the man to take up the standard. Last year during the championship series, I listened to Kobe respond to a reporter after one of the Laker's losses to the Magic. The reporter asked if Kobe had finally hit the wall after a glorious regular season. Kobe, exhausted from his killer performance, just blinked at this man, and said, 'No, I haven't hit a wall ... And even if I did, it doesn't matter .. I'll go through the wall.' Or something like that. And he said it like he meant it. And that is what makes him the leader of a national championship NBA team. Kobe rocks. The Cavs keep plugging along as well. We've got some stiff competition over here in the east come playoff time. But, as said before, my friend, if it keeps up like this, we 'will' be seeing you guys in the championships. Too cool. Love you, Miss Krystal. Oh, and if you need to root for an NFL team, how about Minnesota? I'm on that wagon this season. Brett Favre makes me pretty much a fan of whoever he plays for. Be well.
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Greetings, Corrine. I thank you so much for your kind words and wonderful observations. One of the most powerful tools in a good Psychic's arsenal is Empathy. And if it's employed correctly by the client, it can be a tremendous force for change Empathy is not just knowing how someone feels, of course, but turning on to their entire universe. And that can be one incredible trip. Every universe is unique. Generally we assume that because we see things a certain way, other people automatically share our perception. Empathy can help break that illusion. Be well, Corrine.
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Hail once again, priestess! It is always a pleasure to hear from you. Thank you for the kind words and observations. Sound and flow, and pitch...Yes, there are energies here and motions which take a very subtle ear to make out. I've known a few who've had a talent in this, but very few indeed. I hope that you are having a grand Yule season. Myself, I find the Solstice Celebrations strangely tiring in this modern age. So many times, I find myself seeking a quiet corner, a place for a spot of tea, and a biscuit to enjoy. I hope we all try to find the quieter spaces as we might. Thank you, Gina Rose. You always bring a smile to my face.
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You are very welcome, Nene, and thank you in turn for such kind words. Always remember, no matter what you are feeling, no matter what the trial, the pain, the passion or fear .... There are others who tread the same ground right along with you, and many others still who walked it long before. In the darkness of the moment it is easy to forget this. But in remembering it, we come to find that we have quite a birthright of emotion. I'm very glad that you found something here which was substantial for you. This is what I enjoy so very much about the work I do . Be well.
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Hail and well met, Priestess Jesse. I thank you so much for the kind words and encouragment. It means the world to me that such as yourself would take the time to impart such kindness. I hear incredible things about your talents from many that speak with me. You rock. Never forget what you bring to the people, for they would be very lost without you. I am not at all certain if this is still the case, but years ago there was a certain Pagan Trad which held as standard for their Handfasting ritual that the actual marriage was only valid for 'a year and a day.' After a year and a day, the couple presented themselves to their High Priestess, and there was a discussion of the partnership, and either both partners agreed to continue on for another year together...If one partner or both weren't happy, then the marriage was simply dissolved. Every year thereafter, the union was subject to review and potential renewal, or dissolution. No fuss, no muss. People change. They evolve...Nothing in Nature is meant to stay the same despite our finest efforts to pretend otherwise. Some couples find the groove and grow together. But that takes a good deal of concentrated effort and many just don't find the same stride. Being out of sync with your life mate leads to exactly that same desperation and heartache you mention above. But when they lose the fear of social pressure, miracles can truly transpire. Now, did I read somewhere that you're down Texas way? You originally from there? And, what's your sun sign? Thanks again, Jesse. Keep on Truckin.'\
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Greetings, Amelia It's so wonderful to hear from you, and I thank you for your kind words. Your observation here is quite thought provoking, and it reminds me a of great quote from the film Fight Club: "We've all been raised on television to believe that one day we'd all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won't. And we're slowly learning that fact. And we're very, very p---- off." Of course the entire quote is longer, and much cooler But, as an ardent lover of Fairy Tales myself, I doubt we actually derive much of our sugary idealism from that particular realm of literature ... since the authentic tales, the ones I loved much as a youth, ye olde Brothers Grimm for example, were anything but fluff and never very sweet. More often they mirrored themes of a more primitive and visceral sort; literary vapors of ominious proportion venting from the haunted forests of the collective unconcious. Terror, taboo, fetish and dark sexuality, it's all in there ... Poetry beyond modern reason, and a very interesting reflection of the cultural soil from which they were sprung, untainted by the seeds of industrial progress. I find, our own delusions today lie less in the Fairy Tales, and more in the modern system of thought we are solidifying everyday en mass. We're moving far, far away from what we once were, and remain far far away from what we are supposed to understand. Thank you so much, Amelia. Such food for thought you provide! Always a welcome thing. Be well. BTW ... Where are you from?
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Dec 7, 2009
Greetings, MaryAnne. I thank you so much for your kind words and insights. What you say has such vitality, and it's a concept that needs to be shared; that all relationships have value in our process of life. Even the ones which turn sour or fade should be considered experiences worth having. In Western culture, we are so goal oriented, so centered on getting from point A to point B, that we forget entirely about the passion and beauty of the moment itself. Ask any French woman about this subject and you'll note an interesting contrast ... European views of such issues are very different. For them it's more about the joy and pain and true nectar of the experience itself, than where it evenutally leads. When we focus too intently on utimate goals, we lose all the flavor of love. Alas, it happens all too often. I've been asked by clients in the past, 'will my relationship last forever?' And I've said, 'No. But you must stay in the relationship anyway, though it will have a tragic end.' And then had to explain, it's not about the end result. To flush away the experience of the moment for some distant destination is heartless. We learn from others and define ourselves by their perception of us. Thank you, MaryAnne, for sharing.
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Gina Rose, it's always such a joy to hear from you. I so much admire your candor and direct nature, and have such an enormous respect for you. Yule is almost upon us, isn't it? I was just thinking today, we're far closer to Solstice time than I'd thought. How the wheel turns .... I believe that often what we percieve as morality is more a construct of sorts; a safeguard against the sheer force of nature Herself ... However, no matter the system or structure, in the end, She will always have Her way. Always has, always will. That is not to say any path is right, or any is wrong. For, indeed, what you say is true... We all have our own indepedent journey. What is right for one, might not be right for another. Be well, my friend. It's an enormous pleasure getting to know you here.
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Greetings, my friend! So grand to hear from you again. Miss Krystal, you state that you walked away at 27. Do you believe that Saturn Return played a factor in your situation? You were perhaps either in Saturn Return at the time, or close to it, anyway. Just curious. Saturn interests me a great deal in its majesty and its power to tear apart our illusions, leaving us naked to the fires of transformation. I like what you said about the power of change and misery, pain, etc. We are often not able to choose the power of change, are we? It comes as it does. Be well.
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A very interesting observation, Anthony, and one that certainly deserves note. However, might I recommend a degree of caution when approaching such matters as addiction as a cause of all problems or even a root of them. It is certainly true that addiction can and does factor into many relationship troubles and it does not help in an already unstable situation. However, I feel it must be stressed that simply treating an addiction is usually not a substantial method for curing the problems at the foundation of any relationship. In fact, it is well documented that many relationships do not survive the recovery process when true sobriety is attained. Often, very sadly, a spouse or partner assumes that with intervention their marriage or partnership will be saved when there are usually other very serious issues that are brought to light when the addiction is no longer there to act as a convenient scapegoat and denial isn't something only the addicts cling to. When the addict comes to sobriety, many times, the partner is unable to cope with the personality alterations, or the truth of their own role in the addiction, etc. A very interesting topic, indeed. But most of the time, problems stem from something much deeper in the energy of the relationship which is amiss, and have very little to do with the external manifestations.
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Hail and well met, priestess of the old ways! Thank you, Gina Rose, for your excellent observations and commentary. I've had more than one client inform me that you are an agent and advocate when it comes to the doctrine of novelty and change. Which I think is very cool. Change is such a difficult thing for most of us for very good reason and that paradox is ingrained in the essence of our entire existence. The very nature of our replication based genetics resists change at all costs lest it falter in instability ... And yet... Very ironically, without mutation on a genetic level, there is no evolution (Dawkins - 'The Selfish Gene')... Without system breaking, none of us would be here at all. On a more holistic level, we humans cling to continuity as a safeguard against so many perceived threats...and still, without altering the status quo, growth and advancement are never possible. Be well, Gina Rose. Are you getting ready for Yule?
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Silas Marner was an incredible novel, a really magnificent creation. Miss Evans was indeed a highly progressive individual and one cannot help admire her elegance and wit in prose. Last winter, when my wife was ill with the flu, I amused her by reading passages from 'the Mill on the Floss.' High level of wit, indeed, and this was one author who didn't mind poking more than a bit of fun at conventional Victorian mores and beliefs. Great bio of her. Thanks for sharing it.
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