Life gets interesting

This afternoon, I decided to go to the psychic fair at the Henrietta Holiday Inn. While there, I decided to get an aura portrait reading (that’s where the psychic sketches the colors in your aura and explain what they mean and how it’s affecting your life) by one of the people there. The theme of my reading was that I need to begin working more on integrating my spirituality into the rest of my life. This wasn’t a surprising message, because I’ve been getting it from different angles. In fact, over the past couple of weeks, I’d say the gods have gotten more aggressive about this message. In fact, I think they’ve gotten to the point where they’re basically saying “do this or we’re going to do it for you.”

For example, a couple Saturdays ago, Marina invited myself and Rudi (a former dancer in the company) to come to her home for lunch after the beginner’s jazz dance class. While there, I mentioned that I had to run to Psychic’s Thyme at some point that afternoon. Of course, the other two asked me what that was, so I told them. I ended up telling them about my spiritual interests, which fascinated both of them. I ended up telling them about a couple of my experiences with seeing spirits (to my credit, I’m getting better at being open about the fact that I’m developing my abilities as a medium). By the end of the discussion, they both decided they want me to give them a reading after next Saturday’s class. And Marina has gone on to tell at least one other person (a student in her intermediate class) associated with the company about my interests. I suspect that by the time she’s done, everyone in or associated with the company will know. Hopefully, they’re all as open-minded as Marina and Rudi were. (Actually, I’ll be happy as long as no one tries to perform an exorcism on me.)

The second example of this came during this past week. When I got a break from work, I decided to quickly check my site stats for this blog. While checking them out, I discovered that someone visited my site from work on Thursday afternoon. I was quite surprised by this, and quickly confirmed that it wasn’t a visit I made myself. As I dug into this (I even downloaded the server logs for that day so I could check the parts of my domain that my two Sitemeter accounts don’t cover), I discovered that my visitor must have found my site at least somewhat fascinating. While they read only a couple of archives and two individual posts from this blog, they also visited my Dear Lover, Journey (I guess I’m out at work now!), my main site, and my photo albums.

I’m not sure how they found my site. The logs indicate there was no referring site, which suggests they typed the address in directly. I asked the two people at work who I thought it could be, but they admitted that they didn’t even know I had my own website. So I’m completely mystified. I really don’t care that someone from work read it all. They didn’t really find out anything I’m trying to hide. (I’m smart enough to avoid posting anything I want to keep secret.) Though I do hope that they talk to me about it at some point. I’d like to know who it was, especially considering the significant amount of surfing they did.

So yeah, it would seem that everything in my life is coming together. I think I’m okay with that, though. I’m just a bit shell-shocked.

3 thoughts on “Life gets interesting”

  1. That is interesting. I’m glad you are feeling able to be more open about your spirituality, and I do hope no one tries to exorcise you…though I can imagine it’s a possibility.

    I also imagine it will be interesting (in a good way) subject matter for a few people either at the dance studio or at work, and I won’t be surprised if you find out there are others with similar spiritual beliefs.

    I’m sorry I haven’t been around more…we are doing major work in the kitchen now…it kinda came up suddenly when we discovered a problem two weeks ago. But I miss our chats and will try to be online more this week.

  2. (Actually, I’ll be happy as long as no one tries to perform an exorcism on me.)

    That got a chuckle out of me!
    Can’t wait to hear who was enjoying your site. 🙂

  3. Once I pulled my site out of defunct status and rebuilt it, I noticed in my logs that someone was trying to find old pages and categories from before my urls changed from numbers to the title of the post. That tripped me out! Big time! Especially considering most of the posts they were looking for are now deleted and were about my ex-husband.

    I used to dabble in the psychic stuff once upon a time. I was even told once that I was a bit psychic myself, as I could read people and their intentions quite quickly in many cases. Christians call that discernment. Pagans call it psychic ability. And, athiests call it intuition. Whatever it is, I still have it. It just never works when I want it to! LOL

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