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Join Me In A Spiritual Bath



It hit me last night that tomorrow, I will no longer be in my fifties ever again. I had flashbacks of the same thoughts and feelings when I left my 20s.


How do I feel? Pretty darn good! I'm happy, healthy, have a great life, and embrace my journey as a psychic medium.


I wanted to do something special for myself this week to remember this time and indulge I did!


My 94-year-old dad bought me a gorgeous ruby and diamond ring so I would remember my 60th year. Ruby is my birthstone, and I will cherish the ring forever.


My husband bought me a HUGE TV and was worried about the price. It's only money love; let's enjoy the fruits of our labors and live our lives to the fullest!


I also got a super cute, short layered haircut that is snazzy and sexy, according to my husband. No farty Karen bobs for me. If there is one thing I've learned over the years, and it's if I look good, I feel good. I wear makeup every day and dress and look my best.


Looking all nice on the outside, it was time to work on the inside; I did this with a spiritual salt bath. In the hot bath, I went intending to detox all the negative thoughts and emotions that I've been holding onto for years. I did not want to bring them into my 60s; I held onto them long enough.


I poured the salty water over my shoulders, saying, “I release all the burdens I've been carrying; I don't need them anymore.


I poured water over my head, saying, “I release the thoughts I no longer want or need to think about.”


Rubbing my feet till they were soft to the touch was symbolic of taking new steps into the future.


The handfuls of salt I added to the bath aids in detoxing both my body and my mind.


Incense burned, and as I watched the smoke swirl around and dissipated, I thought about the things I was holding onto, which were not for my highest good. As the smoke was gone, so were those thoughts.


Age is just a number, as they say, or is it? There are so many people I know who are in their 60s who look and act like they are 80. Then there's my dad, who is 94 and looks better than many 60-year-olds I know. How does that happen?


Life events sculpt impressions on our skin and minds, which is who we are. No matter how old you are or what you look like, your shell is the result of your life, and it's all good!


Embrace who you are, what you look like, how you feel, and who you've become. We all have stories to tell and experiences to share.


Let's embrace, not judge.

Let's love, not hurt.

Let live, not mislead.

Let's grow, not get stunted.

Let's smile, not frown.

Let's be, not go back.

Let's think, not be stagnant.


Happy birthday to all who have birthdays this year.