Friday, 30 August 2013


This is a rather strange question to ask for a psychic and yet a lot of people are anxious about it! And they have a right to be! Indeed, even if you are personally interested in clairvoyance/psychic reading, you have to know that there are some people who do not believe in it or are afraid to admit it! Unfortunately, a lot of these incredulous people often hold some prejudice against clairvoyance and psychics… even though they have never tried any of them! The paradox is that while a great number of them claim to be materialistic and pride themselves on having their feet on the ground, most of them display a strangely irrational and emotional reaction in these matters concerning psychic! Indeed, most of those who would claim to be Doubting Thomas and to only “believe what they can see” have actually never seen anything at all! And yet they believe they are entitled to judge!

It is strange to see that all these skeptics have never set foot in a consultation office and yet they “know” that clairvoyance is not a serious discipline!! 
Few of these people with a supposedly practical mind are not even thinking about taking the plunge and consult a psychic before holding this final opinion about clairvoyance! So far, I did not meet a lot of people who could truly challenge the predictions of positive psychic readings! Or even those from other psychics! So if you ever meet a skeptical person, you can tell them that they are entitled to their disbelief in clairvoyance but then ask them whether they have ever tried to consult a psychic! 

You will see that after confidently claiming that they do not believe in clairvoyance for a second, 95% of the time they will embarrassingly mumble that that have never consulted any psychic! In that case, you would be the one with a scientific mind, asking logical and sensible questions! You have to understand that the aim is not to put anyone in trouble or humiliate them but rather to make them face their own contradictions. They are perfectly entitled to their disbelief in clairvoyance, just like you have every right to believe… provided they can prove consistent with their own rationale by putting what they claim not to believe in to the test. Unfortunately, clairvoyance is not the only extrasensory ability to be thus condemned on principle. Most of them (telepathy, telekinesis, magic, astral travel…) are likewise often judged without further ado by materialistic, down-to-earth people! 

A true scientist would first study the facts before speaking out. It is strange to see how people who are usually so rational in the study of their respective fields can be so irrational when they study paranormal phenomena or divinatory sciences! Psychoanalysis and psychology recognize that each of us hold conscious and unconscious legacies that condition our life. We are aware of certain trauma we have had to face in our life but others condition our existence while we are none the wiser. Consequently, it is not easy to pull through from our misery and problems when we are unaware of the cause. The same people who would readily consult a psychoanalyst or a psychologist would categorically refuse to set foot in the consultation office of a psychic! And yet, the aims of a psychoanalyst and a psychic are not that far apart. The only difference being how they tackle any problem. The psychoanalyst deciphers the patient’s mind through an analysis grid set up by the great masters in psychoanalysis, but stays on the level of human interpretation. 

As for the psychics, they rise up to the sphere of the Akashic records in order to explain our behavior. These Akashic records are the memory of the universe that holds the unfolding of every human life from the beginning down to the end times. The psychic “sees” your existence in that vibratory memory, along with the various options that might come to you depending on the choices you make! The psychic helps you to return to the best possible ¬path for you. Obviously, they will not act in your place, but will show you the way – just like a guide. They will never force your hand. You must willingly choose your own way. You have to harness your own potential and resources to look after yourself. Just like you would not want anyone else to dictate how to manage your existence, a psychic must never force you to go this way or that… Your psychic will show you the best solution, but then you have to make your own decisions and choose your own path. 

You can lead the life of your dreams, but you are the only person that can decide to act in the way of your happiness that's the point! Leading us to this important fact: if you want a happier life; you have to change your habits and make a step forward… the first one is always the hardest one! If you truly want to change and to follow the advice of your psychic, you cannot keep on living in the same way as you have so far. If you keep on the same track that has led you to this unsatisfying existence, you will be locked in with no room for change!You have some potential for change within you! Do not neglect any effort to move toward a better life, all the more since your psychic will always be there to guide you and bring you sensible advice through a personalized approach that will perfectly match your own case!

Friday, 16 August 2013


What is Zen Buddhism?
Zen is a school Mahayana Buddhism that focuses on seeing ones original mind through meditation as a way of enlightenment rather than scripture reading and spiritual worship.
Ever wondered going on a voyage to the “inner land” of true Zen, which you should not seek in Asia, but in yourself, because that’s where the longest, most wonderful of voyages takes place: the voyage of your life, when people say they have a Zen attitude, they often don’t know exactly what they mean. They don’t understand the real significance of the word Zen.

Influenced by fashion and advertising, it’s become common to hear people say things like “Just be Zen!”,
telling someone to be more Zen is often a superficial way of telling them to keep quiet. At best, it’s a polite way of asking someone to calm down when they get upset, or when they disagree with you.

But it’s often the person doing the asking who is incapable of adopting a Zen attitude, simply because they don’t know what real Zen is, aside from a vague idea that it’s an oriental philosophy belonging to the world of Buddhism.

Voyage To The Land of Zen Buddhism

This piece will make you understand that my goal isn’t to convert you to Buddhism, but simply to inform you about a spiritual practice, understood great principles of Love, compassion and tolerance by reading texts from traditions that are very different from your present perception. I’m not a Buddhist personally, but I find many of its principles in the great spiritual and magical lineages, which goes back to the time before Nostradamus.

It’s completely up to you whether you decide to practice Zen. It’s also up to you if you don’t. Whatever the case may be, if the wisdom imparted to you strikes a chord, it may inspire you even if you don’t want to become a Buddhist.This is otherwise called the universality of spiritual tradition, the fact that the same great principles of life are found, in one form or another, in all authentic traditions, religions, clairvoyance, spiritual paths and schools of magic.

To summarize, Zen appeared in China around the fifth Century A.D. under the name of Tch’an (there are various spellings of the word). It spread throughout Asia, principally in Vietnam, Korea and, above all, Japan, where it was given the name Zen, the Japanese translation of the original Chinese. These days, most people in the west have heard about the Zen tradition. Like Hinduism, it became popular in western countries in the 1960s, along with the propagation and popularization of other eastern traditions and religions. Knowledge was transmitted through young people coming back from the east, where they’d gone to find an antidote for western philosophy, which they found too individualistic, in a world simmering with tensions between the East (the USSR) and the West (the USA).

Since Zen is derived from Buddhism, it respects all Buddhist teachings and principles, such as devotion to the Buddha, the search for Enlightenment (the highest state of being one can attain), and most notably belief in the Law of Karma, which says that all our actions are joined together in an uninterrupted chain, and dictate our future, the principle of Karma states that positive acts lead to positive consequences, and negative acts result in negative consequences. The Law has nothing to do with a punitive moral code, nor is it meant to make people afraid. Its goal is to warn people about the consequences of their actions, using quasi-scientific logic to prove that the result of an action will be of the same nature as the action itself. If it’s negative, the result will be negative. If the act is positive, the result be positive too. It’s also called the Sequential Law of Cause and Effect. In a way, life is seen to be like a bicycle chain, made up of interdependent links all joined together.

The ultimate aim of Zen, as for all schools of Buddhism, is not to attain Enlightenment for one’s own sake, but uniquely for the benefit of all sentient beings. Buddhists cannot be satisfied unless they’ve helped a maximum number of people extricate themselves from their difficult conditions. Remember, this has nothing to do with conversion or propaganda. Buddhism is based on Compassion and Love. Even if you aren’t a Buddhist, you can be inspired by these principles to lead a better life, combat stress and disease, and discover your inner and/or extra-censorial capacities. A Buddhist wouldn’t try to convert you, or convince you he possesses the truth. Most of the time you wouldn’t even know someone is Buddhist! That’s because Buddhists live their teachings every day, and practice meditation, either in private or, in the case of Zen, at a Zen Center.
It would take much too long to tell you in detail about all the teachings and practices of Zen. You can easily find more information on the Internet, and in books and magazines.



Every person alive has the right to ask this question. since even people who respect all my recommendations can fall ill and develop health problems, have financial worries, suffer conflicts in their love-life, and so on.
Now I want you to understand one thing: I’m not saying that if you have a proper lifestyle, and respect the recommendations I gave you, as well as those that follow, you won’t get sick, or you won’t have financial problems or troubles in your love-life, or any other kind of worries. What I am saying is that you’ll be in a better position to deal with them.

It would be an illusion for me to ask you to believe in some kind of invulnerability or immortality, resulting from your correct conduct, for one very simple reason.

We’re all made of flesh and blood, and we’re all physically and psychologically sensitive. Our body is constantly interacting with the outside world, sometimes without our realizing it.

You only perceive it when you have a health problem and fall ill, i.e. when your organism’s defenses lose their battle against some aggressor, which, although it may be invisible, turns out to be stronger than your body’s immune system.

Fortunately, most of the time microbes, viruses and other aggressive microscopic organisms lose the fight against your immune cells. The intruders are either repelled or destroyed by your internal defenses, without you being aware of it. It’s constantly happening, but silently.

It’s almost impossible for you to perceive because, most often, your body wins.

It does its work, period! But that work is terribly important if you’re going to remain healthy as long as possible, sheltered from exterior aggression which is constantly being vanquished, although you don’t see it happening.

Wednesday, 7 August 2013


I’m going to give you some very simple rules that I call the basic ingredients of success in your recipe for a long and happy life. It’s crucial that you adhere to them, if you really want to lead or have an interesting existence.

*First you need a good diet, preferably natural, made up of so-called ‘organic’ foods. They are essential for your body, and also for your mind; since, as the famous saying goes, “You are what you eat.” Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”.

If the way you eat is unbalanced, if you eat to excess or absorb too much fat or sugar, you open the door to a number of diseases, and a life littered with physical problems that, in the end, will probably be shorter than average.

*Physical exercise is a good way of looking after your body, your heart and your metabolism, and also impacts the general functioning of your organism. In addition, sports have a positive effect on your mind by making it stronger.


Your lifestyle should include exercise, but you also need to get enough rest, sleep at regular hours, and maintain a positive frame of mind. All these principles are recommended for taking care of your body and your mind.