While traveling back from Chicago, I came across an article that intrigued me. Rose-Lynn Fisher, an artist from Minneapolis had been looking at tears under a microscope for eight years. She observed tears from the emotions of being sad and happy, and the chemical reaction from cutting onions. Under the microscope, they were all different, and how she perceived these images changed as she adjusted her thoughts about these incidents over the years.
Now this was a new discovery for her, but as intuitives, we know this practice is called srying. If you study any object long enough, information will emerge. For Rose-Lynn, the images in the tear slides changed according to her emotions.
The most common items to sry are crystal balls and crystals, but you are not limited to only those. When you have an intention and look at any object for minutes on end, at some point your cognitive mind shuts off and your inner sight opens. Some call it your imagination, but I feel it is the part of you that knows.
Want to try your hand at srying? Join me on September 13 at 6:30. There will be numerous objects to observe. We will begin with a meditation to ground, center, and open our inner sight.
Watch for more on tears in subsequent blogs.
Reiki 1 – August 15
In the Light,