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Signs You Are With a Narcissist

What is narcissism, exactly? Have you ever been in a toxic relationship and not understood what was going on. More than likely you were in a narcissistic relationship. These controlling relationships destroy yourself esteem and gives control to the other person. In this video I help you understand what narcissism is and what to do to get out of it. Find out in my latest video.

In today’s world, the term “narcissistic” has come to mean little more than vain. But narcissism is far more complex than that. It exists in many shades along a continuum from extra-healthy ego to pathological grandiosity.

I know this quite well from having been married to a narcissist. This was close to 40 years ago and no one knew about narcissism at that time.  When I wrote my book, Heavenly Seduction, thirteen years ago this really wasn’t as well known, but I knew what I had been through was not normal.  In my book I detail what I went through with psychological and emotional abuse. How I left the situation and how I learned to recover. Click Here To Learn More

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If you’re dating someone who exhibits signs of narcissism that might be a major red flag for your relationship. Here are some signs you should look for:

  • They don’t care about your feelings, thoughts or ideas.
  • They are into themselves more than they are into you?
  • Everything is always all about them.
  • They don’t live by anyone else’s rules.
  • They do not want to hear about your issues.
  • When you argue, it’s always your fault.
  • If they are angry, it’s also your fault.
  • “You made me mad. I’m only mad because you ____!”

In my video you will learn about the “Top 10 Warning Signs You’re Being Controlled.”

Please feel free to leave comments about a relationship you feel you have been in that was narcissistic.

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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Transform Darkness In Your Life – Live Radio Program March 25, 2014

Are You Protecting Yourself Against Spiritual Attacks

Are You Protecting Yourself Against Spiritual Attacks


Every day we face a relentless onslaught of spiritual attacks by spiritual entities and the world. Many will fall and feel defeated. Wounds are a certainty…Defeat is optional…Victory is GUARANTEED. In this program we are going to help you have a spiritual tool box filled with various implements to stop the negativity from tearing down your life.

I will be hosting The Sacred Path radio program Tuesday at 9:00 PM Eastern Time, 8:00 PM Central Time, 6:00 PM Pacific Time with astrologer Leslie McGuirk. It will be an exciting hour as we discuss walking our Sacred Path amidst the constant borage of negative energies and attacks. These energies can come from people in our lives or circumstances. In today’s society there are many different types of attacks on an individual such as abuse, bullying, or sociopaths who enjoy bringing people down. There are also spiritual attacks that can cause mental disorders.

According to Leslie: We all have Pluto (the planet of death and rebirth)
and Saturn (hardships and lessons) and other negative possibilities in our natal chart and also by transit. My belief is when we have a dark time to learn to dance with it and not fight it. Put the darkness into your life with intention and it will find its place. We will point out ways to turn around these negative situations.

Mark this on your calendar and join us live as we will be taking calls on this topic. If you cannot listen to the program live it will be available for you to listen to it your convenience 24 hours a day. Click Here To Go To The Radio Program Anytime.

I look forward your being with us on Tuesday.

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie
CherokeeBillie.com

The Necessity of Forgiveness

The Necessity of Forgiveness! Click picture for articleForgiveness. It’s such a hard thing to do, but it can be so liberating to the soul. What makes it difficult for most of us to do is the way we define it. We think of forgiveness as meaning that we should say all is forgotten and things will go back to what they were.

How can you forget the unforgettable? How can you forgive the unforgivable? To enjoy the benefits of forgiveness, however, we needn’t go that far. All that’s really required is that we make the decision to move forward, to let go of the old hurts. We don’t have to condone what’s been done. What’s wrong is still wrong. We don’t have to invite the person back into our lives or even be friendly with them. What we do have to do is allow ourselves to release all the negative emotions associated with that person. As long as we hold onto the pain, we are choosing to allow that person’s past actions to continue to hurt us. We can also choose to stop letting them hurt us. That’s a definition of forgiveness that’s more doable for those of us who are less than saintly.

What if I don’t feel like forgiving others?

There are times we don’t feel like forgiving those who have wronged us or someone we love. It is easier to act our way into feeling than to feel our way into acting. Having a nature of not forgiving others brings about bitterness, and bitterness has been linked to stress-related illnesses by some medical researchers. By forgiving others, we free ourselves spiritually and emotionally. Forgiveness is an act of our own personal will, trusting God to bring emotional healing.

How can I help those struggling with forgiveness?

People who have experienced abuse, trauma, or loss need time to sort things out and let the Divine Spirit bring them to the place of forgiveness in His time. God’s timing is always the right time for each individual. The act of forgiving others is between us and the Divine. The only time we need to forgive a person face-to-face is at the moment we are asked by that person to forgive them for the hurt they have caused.

There are things we can do to help those struggling with the forgiveness of others. We can support them with encouraging words and by listening to them. Taking our time and being gentle with them will allow them to progress through the steps of forgiveness the way the Divine Spirit wants them to proceed. And most importantly pray for their healing so that they can forgive.

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”
Mahatma Gandhi

Perdona y olvida

Perdonar. Es una cosa dificil de hacer, pero puede ser muy liberador para el alma. Lo que lo hace dificil para la mayoria de nosotros es la manera en que lo definimos. Creemos en el perdon en el sentido de que debemos decir que todo se olvida y las cosas volveran a lo que eran.

¿Cómo se puede olvidar lo inolvidable? ¿Como se puede perdonar lo imperdonable? Para disfrutar de los beneficios del perdon, sin embargo, no tenemos que ir tan lejos. Todo lo que realmente se requiere es la decision de seguir adelante, soltar la viejas heridas. Nosotros no tenemos que tolerar lo que se ha hecho. Lo que es incorrecto sigue siendo incorrecto. No debemos invitar a la persona de nuevo a nuestras vidas, o incluso ser amigable con ellos. Lo que tenemos que hacer es permitir que se liberen todos los sentimientos negativos asociados con esa persona. Mientras mantengamos el dolor, permitimos que las acciones pasadas de esa persona nos sigan dañando. Tambien podemos optar por dejar de hacernos daño a nosotros. Esa es una definicion de perdonar que es mas real para aquellos de nosotros que tenemos poco de santos.

¿Que hago si no tengo ganas de perdonar a otros?
Hay veces que no tengo ganas de perdonar a quienes nos han hecho mal, o a alguien que amamos. Es mas facil actuar nuestra manera en el sentimiento, que sentir en nuestra manera de actuar. Tener la naturaleza de no perdonar a los demás da lugar a la amargura y la amargura se ha relacionado con enfermedades relacionadas con el estres por algunos investigadores medicos. Al perdonar a otros, nos liberamos espiritual y emocionalmente. El perdon es un acto de nuestra voluntad personal, confiando en Dios para traer sanacion emocional.

¿Como puedo ayudar a aquellos que luchan con el perdon?

Las personas que han sufrido abusos, traumas, necesitan tiempo para resolver las cosas y dejar que el Espíritu Divino los lleve al lugar del perdon en su momento. El tiempo de Dios es siempre el momento adecuado para cada individuo. El acto de perdonar a otros es entre nosotros y lo divino. La unica vez que tenemos que perdonar a una persona cara a cara, es en el momento en que esa persona nos pide que se le perdone por el daño que ha causado.

Hay cosas que podemos hacer para ayudar a aquellos que luchan con el perdon de los demas. Podemos apoyar con palabras de aliento y escuchandolos. Tomando nuestro tiempo y ser amable con ellos les permitira progresar a traves de las medidas de condonacion de la manera en que el Espíritu Divino quiere que se desarrollen. Y lo mas importante: rezar por su curacion de modo que puedan perdonar.

“El débil nunca puede perdonar. El perdon es atributo de los fuertes. “
Mahatma Gandhi

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