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2017 Forecast – Healing and Rebuilding

Well we made it through another year.  Many people did not.  Although 2016 was a heavy emotional year for so many people and it is taken a hard toll on many of us we are still here. After months of being faced with and accepting and dealing with the loss of our spiritual connections, we now enter 2017 where our healing finally can begin and let me explain how in this video. Want to know what is ahead for you this year contact me for a private reading.

Sending Love and Light,
Cherokee Billie

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Bring Clarity and Healing into the New Year

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Each day creates an atmosphere of renewal for all of us. Regardless of what mistakes have been made in the past or what projects might remain unfinished; every day provides an opportunity to make things better. As with all beginnings, however, getting started can be the most challenging step. My Spiritual Advisor services can help you welcome the New Year by clarifying your purpose and illuminating the paths you can take to reach your goals. How else can spiritual guidance assist your transition into 2017? Read on.

The Strength to Make Important Life Decisions.

The intuition of a spiritual advisor can aid your ability to make the right decisions related to business or your personal life. Spiritual guidance for enhancing relationships, seizing promotions and resolving any problems that currently block your success can elevate you to new frontiers, and encourage you to pursue the path that is right for you.

Conflicts with past or present partners and unresolved issues from past relationships can disrupt our ability to maintain a bond and stay open to love. If bad habits are forged in response to negative experiences, we may enter a cycle of unhealthy social habits. In these situations, the insight I bring can renew faith in yourself and other people. This may help save current relationships and foster the development of new ones.

Guidance from Loved Ones in the Spirit World.

Contacting with loved ones who have passed away, angels, and other guides in the spiritual realm is also a popular reason to seek a spiritual reading. With my Guided Journey into Spirit I am able to take you into Spirit and you can communicate face to face with a deceased loved one, Angel, guides, or ancestors.  No medium needed.  As far as I know I’m the only person who is able to offer to this special service. With my service I am able to connect you to that loved one and bring healing closure.  If grief continues to consume you after the death of a partner, friend or family member, connecting with their spirit can allow you to come face to face with them and receive messages they have intended for you. In some cases, the deceased person may also be able to offer wisdom on issues with which they were familiar when they were still alive.

Balancing Your Spiritual Self
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Everyone has energy centers known as Chakas and these reflect the health, state of mind and other factors of your well-being. I am able to balance your Chakas remotely by phone and you will find an increased energy and calmness. You’ll have an awareness of what Energies centers are being blocked and what you can do to help them keep flowing.  I also offer a Personal class on Chaka Balancing. Balancing your spiritual energies will undoubtedly help you find your true spiritual self.

While each New Year comes with new challenges, the intuitive powers of a spiritual advisor can provide insight into what we offer the world and how to harness these individual skills. Better communication with oneself is among the most powerful tools for success and happiness throughout life. With this information in mind, you will be better prepared to increase your quality of life next year and in the years beyond. Strive to free your spirit from negative energies and begin today on the right foot!

Arrange an appointment by calling (786)-375-5434 and let’s start your New Year in the right direction.

New Year blessings,
Cherokee Billie

Making Life Brighter Radio Program

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Join us Monday June 22 at 10:00 AM Pacific, 12:00 PM Central, 1:00 PM Eastern Live with your host, Winifred Adams and special guest Cherokee Billie! Tune into the Making Life Brighter Radio show on the Health and Wellness Channel on www.voiceamerica.com for an amazing hour with Cherokee Billie. Learn all about her years as a spiritual advisor and about her unique gifts and techniques for healing. Don’t miss Cherokee Billie on Making Life Brighter Monday June 22. For Live Links and All Archives visit: www.makinglifebrighter.com/radio

Monday at 10 AM Pacific, 12:00 PM Central, 1:00 PM Eastern on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel

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I look forward to being a guest with Winifred and I hope you take a few minutes out of your day to listen. You will have a good time as she is an incredibly remarkable woman and I’m honored to be the featured guest on her program.

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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Happy Earth Day!

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“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.” ~Mahatma Gandhi.

We are not put on earth for ourselves; we are placed here for each other. If you are always there for others, then in time of need someone will be there for you. Send love and healing to Mother Earth and all of her inhabitants.

Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

How to Heal a Broken Heart?

How to Heal a Broken Heart?
Can a heart be broken? Yes it can! As a spiritual adviser I have many clients that are coming to me with this problem and I take it very seriously…………..it MAY TAKE LONG OR SHORT depending on the person or the situation………..Here is the reality I discovered: No matter if you’ve broken up from a long marriage or lost your first love, no matter how impossible it may seem – you can heal. Whether you are 20 or 60, life can still go on and it can be not only meaningful, but also better and brighter than before. This does not happen because you ‘wait’ for time to heal you, but rather because you’ve taken action to heal your broken heart. Help does exist and YOU CAN heal ♥

It’s important to take care of yourself during this time of change. Separating from a partner can entail all kinds of upheavals: you may need to move out and find a new home, you may have to let go of mutual friends if they end up ‘taking sides’, you may even have children and that can cause a terrible amount of pain for all involved. So with all of these things going on around you, you must make sure you take the time to give yourself loving attention.

If you would like help on dealing with the breakup of a relationship contact me, Cherokee Billie, for one on one personal guidance.

GRIEF IS A PART OF THE CYCLE OF LIFE

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Death, Divorce, the Loss of a job, or the Loss of a relationship or a loved one all share one thing in common: GRIEF. No matter whom you are, how old you are, where you live, whether you are rich or poor, no matter your religious affiliation or the color of your skin, every one of us has suffered GRIEF at some point in our lives. The death of a family member, the death of a marriage or romantic relationship, losing a job unexpectedly, even the death of the family pet causes grief. It doesn’t matter how it happened, how long you knew it was coming, how sick they may have been, when loss comes, grief comes in like an overwhelming flood. Every emotion you have ever felt rises to the surface and you hurt inside to the marrow of your bones. Your first thought is you will not survive it, you’ll never overcome it, and you scream, yell, cry, beg, plead, blame and think you are not going to get out of the horrible pain you are feeling.

Grief is a part of the cycle of life and it is the part of it most of us do not understand, much less know how to cope with it. The fundamental source of grief is our “fear of death”. We know that we have heard about Heaven and Hell for years, but do we believe they really exist? Is there life outside this body of ours, or do we just go back to dust and there is nothing more? When our pain is so great, it is no wonder we plead with God to die as well. Something so dear and so precious has been snatched from us and we want answers. And we want them NOW!!!! We do not want to hurt, to feel the pain so searing we don’t think our heart can bear it. Sometimes we feel nothing at first, we are almost numb. Then when we do start to feel the pain and loss, we often don’t know how to cope with it or our emotions.

In Drs. Kübler-Ross and Kessler’s book, “On Grief and Grieving,” they introduced to the world the now-famous five stages of grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. These are all part of the process and until you reach the acceptance stage, it is possible to go back and forth from one stage to another or be in several of these stages at the same time. No two people grieve alike and no one should encourage someone in grief to “get over it”. Platitudes and well meaning phrases mean nothing. In fact, some of the worst offenders of these are family and friends. Because people do grieve differently, they should be allowed to grieve in their own way, and to let the process run its course.

On rare occasions, someone’s grief is so great they shut everyone else out of their life and begin to build a shrine or memorial to their lost loved one. To a certain degree this is normal, but if it looks disproportionate, someone should step up to the plate and suggest grief counseling. Usually in this circumstance, a counselor/advisor will usually find that the death or loss was the catalyst for deeper buried emotions that suddenly rushed to the surface and they could not get a grasp on reality for awhile.

As always, time alone is healing and in due season the grieving process will be completed and the hidden clutter will go away too. It is important to remember that at the moment you are grieving, it is your pain, not the pain of someone else’s experience that helps you. It is a journey you must walk out by yourself even if you have a good support group of loving friends and family to surround you with their love. Just as each of us is different, so is our grieving process, so do not expect your grief to be like mine and do not judge me if you think I am not grieving right. The five stages make up a part of the coping with the lost of a loved one; they are tools to help us identify our feelings and emotions. Everyone goes through them all nor do they go through them in a prescribed order. They are stages through which we gain knowledge of the hold grief has on us, making us better equipped to cope with life and with loss.

Denial

Being in a state of denial is the first stage of grieving. An overwhelming feeling of numbness engulfs us, and we don’t seem to feel anything. Nothing makes any sense. There is a combination of feeling helpless, hopeless and wanting to die on the one hand, and on the other hand, it’s all so surreal, it’s like a nightmare and we can’t wake up. At times the reality slips to the surface and we have to remind ourselves to breathe, we exist from second to second, then minute to minute, until we realize this is like being in a bubble and we can’t feel anything inside the bubble, we function in disbelief, shock and denial. Being inside the bubble is a coping mechanism that kicks in to help us cope with our grief. As long as the bubble remains, we somehow get through the loss and pain. This is a good thing; it is the body’s way of letting us get through the roughest spots as easily as possible. We somehow appear to “be holding up great” to others, when actually we are in total denial and sooner or later, someone or something sticks a pin in the bubble and it leaks. This is when we start to really begin to feel the pain of our loss, to question why, and blame everyone and everything, even God for causing us so much hurt. It is not a rapid process, but sooner than later, pin after pin pierces our bubble until we are back in the real world again and the pain is overwhelming. This is the beginning of the healing process even though we don’t see it that way. We don’t want to hurt or feel, we want the bubble back, but to fully recover from grief, the bubble must be broken for us to move forward and those feelings of denial will now begin to surface.

Anger

Anger almost always follows the bursting of the bubble of denial. We are angry that our grief hurts, our loss is real, it isn’t a bad dream, it really happened. Anger is a necessary part of the healing process. No matter how long it seems to take you to get through it, anger needs to be released, not bottled up inside. The sooner you can get rid of your anger, the sooner it will all be released and you will begin to heal faster. Your whole world just changed and so has everyone around you. Being angry can be healthy if you direct it into the center of the storm of your pain rather than try to play the blame game. There isn’t a conspiracy going on around you, it is the natural order of change as a result of your loss that is happening. Embrace the change and let your anger keep you focused on the real reason you are hurting. The anger you are feeling is usually directed at doctors, family, friends, your loved one, and even toward yourself. You feel abandoned, rejected, deserted and you lash out at those closest to you. Again, while this is considered normal, and it is a part of the process of healing from grief, try not to be angry at those around you; rather, be angry at the cancer, the divorce, the loss of income, whatever it is that caused you this much grief, agony and pain and totally focus your energies on being angry at that. Normally, we learn more about suppressing anger than feeling it, but in a situation of grief and intense pain, it needs to be released. Anger is another indication of how much you truly and deeply loved.

Bargaining

We want life returned to what is was; we want our loved one restored. We want to go back in time: find the tumor sooner, recognize the illness more quickly, and stop the accident from happening. Before the loss, you make offers to do anything if only your loved one would be spared. “Please God, “you bargain, I will never be angry at my wife again if you’ll just let her live.” After a loss, we renegotiate our position with statements like: “What if I spend the rest of my life helping others and when I wake up I will realize this has all been a bad dream?” We plow through all the “If only.” or “What ifs.” plea bargains. This is usually when guilt becomes bargaining’s best friend. While we are in the “if only” phase, guilt steps in and causes us to find fault in ourselves and second guess what we “think” we could have done differently. We will do anything not to feel the pain of this loss. We try to negotiate our way out of the hurt. There is nothing you can do to go back in time. Bargaining serves its purpose in the healing process, but bargains are usually never kept or realized. Each of these stages of grief are responses to feelings that can last for minutes or hours days or weeks, even months while we feel like we are on a roller coaster going in and out of one stage and then another. The stages of grief are different for everyone, some of them lasting weeks or months. We tend to forget that these stages are responses to feelings that we have at different times, places, there is no set schedule or duration of feelings and time. We do not enter and leave each individual stage in an orderly fashion. We may feel one, then another and back again to the first one. Our emotions are out of balance and it’s like riding a roller coaster, up, down, around, up again and down again over and over until it is a finished work.

Depression

When our bargaining efforts prove fruitless, we start thinking about our present situation. An emptiness and aloneness becomes unbearable and grief enters our lives on a deeper level than we ever imagined. Depression moves in and it feels as though it will last forever. This depression is not a sign of mental illness. It is the appropriate response to a great loss. We often withdraw from life, feel like we are in a fog of intense sadness, wondering, perhaps, if there is any point in even trying to start over when it could possibly end the same way. Why go through it all again? Depression after a loss is too often seen as unnatural: a state to be fixed, something to snap out of. The loss of a loved one is a very depressing situation, and depression is a normal and appropriate response. If we did not experience depression after a loved one dies it would be truly an unusual situation and one would wonder about that. When the realization that your loved one didn’t get better this time and is not coming back is understandably depressing. If grief is a process of healing, then depression is one of the many necessary steps we have to take along the way.

Acceptance

Acceptance is not the concept of being “all right” or “OK” with what has happened. This is not the case. Most people never feel “OK” or “all right” about the loss of a loved one. This stage is about accepting the reality that our loved one is physically gone and recognizing that this is the permanent reality we have to live with. We will never like this reality and it will never OK, but eventually we learn to accept it and live with it. We have to try to live now in a world where our loved one is missing. At first many people want to maintain life as it was before a loved one died. In time, however, we see that we cannot keep living in the past. Our past has been forever changed and we must learn how to live with the change. We have to learn how to start living again. It isn’t easy, but finding acceptance may be just having more good days than bad ones. Then as we begin to live again and we start to enjoy our life, it is common that we might feel we are betraying our loved one. We can never replace what has been lost, but we can make new friendships, new meaningful relationships, and new beginnings. Rather than denying our feelings, we should be listening to our needs; we move, we change, we grow, we evolve. We begin to reach out to others and become involved in their lives. We invest time in our friendships and in our relationship with ourselves. We slowly begin to live again, but we can’t do this until grief has run its full course. How long it takes is different with each of us, and there is no timetable to follow. It takes as long as it takes, because it is as unique as you are.

You will never forget the one who left you, or the loss you experienced, but you will move on with your life. The sun will come out again, the birds will sing, laughter will flow out of your heart once more, in spite of what you think now, and in due season, you will move toward a different tomorrow. Life is precious. Treasure it. Love is priceless, hold on to it protectively, not demanding and controlling. God doesn’t mind if you ask Him why, and he doesn’t mind if you even blame Him. He knows that down the road you will survive this and grow in it and from it. God did not TAKE your loved one away to teach you something, or because He NEEDED them in Heaven. That isn’t how a loving Father acts towards his children so why would God do that to you? He wouldn’t, couldn’t and didn’t. While you think He abandoned you along the way, He was the one carrying you through it all and he bottled every one of your tears. The good news is, God restores your life and while you will laugh, live and love again, but somewhere deep inside your heart you will always carry the footprints of your loved one forever. They will never be more than a whisper away. And it is in learning this lesson that we learn to embrace death and loss as a part of the circle of life.

Life on this earth may be over for some now, but they still live on, in another realm of the spirit beyond our view and we know that they are well, happy and free of pain, sorrow, and illnesses. One day, our time to take that trip to the other side will come and we will see them again and be with them for an eternity, to infinity and beyond. That is our comfort and peace and allows us to go forward knowing that one day we will meet again.

If you or someone you know is having trouble dealing with grief contact me, Cherokee Billie, and let me help with the healing process. I am always here to help.

Cherokee Billie
(866)-563-3997.

Learn about Chakras and how to keep them in balance!

Chakras are nonphysical organs that transform raw Kundalini energy into more subtle, and useable, forms of energy, of a different type. It can be drawn into the human body and transformed, by the chakra system, into a more subtle and useable form of energy.

The video I have made will explain everything in detail. If you would like to learn how to balance your Chakras I can teach you in one session. Contact me at (866)-563-3997 if you are interested. Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

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