Nov 19, 2016

2017 Yearly Outlook for Lumos

lumos-logoIt’s already that time of year again. We’re headed straight toward the finale of 2016 and say hello to a brand new start.

What do you feel 2016 brought into your life? Or perhaps you, like so many had a bit of a spiritual cleansing and said goodbye to a thing or two. We began 2016 with so much a sense of loss, which always hits home. However the energy put us straight back into what was truly important and set a stage of personal growth and empowerment that has allowed us to experience and see a few truths about ourselves and the world around us. When we work through such a cleansing, we begin to realise and become determined to fulfil our goals and aspirations. Perhaps the momentum did not hit you personally that hard, but I do feel that the lessons in 2016 can drift into the coming year and allow you some energy to feel motivated toward change.

Whatever the year, I think 2017 is set to bring a bit of an energy all its own and begs to offer a completely new perspective out of the ashes of 2016. I feel a lot of diversity in 2017 and change toward many new focuses for people. I sense passion, as though people will become very outward about their goals and become driving forces to advocate and speak out more boldly. When I tune into the year I hear chatter, people are buzzing and deciding more and more to stand for action. I believe on personal levels, priorities are changing and I sense the spiritual energy rising as we all start to reach out for one another.

As always, this time of year sets my sights on using the energy to channel toward helping others. I give back because I feel truly blessed and honoured to be invited into the lives of so many of you beautiful souls. These yearly outlooks will go toward a new cause this year and £5 of each reading will be donated to Lumos.

Lumos is an international charity set up by the one and only J.K. Rowling. The charity works to help the millions of children in institutions worldwide to regain their right to family.” They have pledged that 100% of their donations goes directly toward funding their programmes.

Here’s what Lumos themselves have to say about what they do:

“8 million children worldwide are living in institutions because they are poor, disabled or from an ethnic minority. This is a serious problem, on a massive scale, but there is a solution. Lumos works in partnership with governments, professionals and carers, communities, families and children, to transform outdated systems that drive families apart. Together with our partners we replace institutions with community based services that provide children with access to health, education and social care tailored to their individual needs. This supports families to provide the loving care their children need to develop to their full potential and build a positive future for themselves.”

The work that Lumos are doing is absolutely life changing. This is a cause I felt personally passionate about, as children have the right to a future with opportunities and deserve to not be forgotten.

#WeAreLumos: Warwick Davis visits Small Group Home in Moldova from Lumos on Vimeo.

As we ponder our futures, lets help these children shape their futures into something bright.

These readings will be available from now until the end of January. £5 of each and every reading goes toward the charity. These make excellent gift ideas for something a little different!

The readings will take no longer than my regular turn around times. However as this is my busiest time of year, if there are any delays I will aim to post them up here on the website in the Current Waiting Times section on the right hand side of the site.

2017 Yearly Outlook – £35.00 – £5 of each reading will go to Lumos. – This reading is a Month by Month outlook for the whole of 2017 from January – December. Each month has approximately one to two paragraphs of overview, making this quite a large reading. I will require your full name and date of birth (or that of the person receiving the reading if it is a gift) and the email you would like the reading sent to.




Blessing you all with an exciting year ahead! Lets make it a fabulous one.

Mesina x

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Sep 26, 2016

Spiritual Reality

Spirituality.

I feel that is a word that creates a host of different feelings within each individual; there is no one emotion that defines it. For some people the concept isn’t something they bring into their minds or is something they rejected as being attached to their sense of self. For others the word seems to breathe life into them and becomes the very thing that drives them forward. Maybe you are on one end of those or the other, or maybe you’re the one who exists somewhere in the middle. It doesn’t matter, it’s your experience.

As you may have guessed, I talk a lot to people about their sense of spirituality. People have so many questions and readings are the perfect place to just throw them out and dig a little deeper. Yet I have found a trend amongst people I felt warranted this post, a very common feeling that people share when it comes to their sense of spirituality. Guilt. There seems to be this deep seated guilt and struggle with the belief that people are not doing enough, feeling enough, or progressing enough. Guilt that they should be meditating each day, reading more books, doing more “spiritual things” and this excuse instantly that they don’t always find time or know where to begin.

I wonder when did spirituality become so stressful?

Your spiritual path is not some separate part of you, it is a part of the path you are on. The spiritual part of our journey somehow seems to get segregated from what we perceive as our “normal path” – you know the one that makes up the everyday part of us. I really feel that a change of perspective is needed. Perhaps with the bookshelves lined with so many sources of information when it comes to spirituality, we’ve gotten a little muddled up. I think too that we have all evolved in society in such a way that we seek forms of escapism more readily and we want things that are sometimes just all our own. Especially since we feel often owned by the other roles that we play out in our lives. Spirituality allows us the freedom to be ourselves, silent amidst the noise of life.

Yet if separating it suits us, why is there guilt? We spend our lives seeing it separately, yet we feel bad when we don’t put the time and dedication into it. To what purpose is this serving? Don’t we strive to be at one with our spiritual selves? Isn’t that the point?

There are so many different conflicting messages we get when it comes to spirituality, it’s not hard to get a little overwhelmed. It’s also all too easy to start feeling bad right from the start. This journey isn’t about any of that, it’s about you. It’s YOUR experience. Your spiritual self is always a part of you, it’s time to start bringing it into your everyday reality. No, this isn’t about meditating every day, or chanting, or affirmations, or incense, or cleansing; it’s about realising that you are experiencing spirituality through everything that you do. Time spent reading to your child is a spiritual experience. Listen to what they have to say. Time sitting at your desk at work, is a spiritual experience. What are you learning from being there? Laughing with a friend, is a spiritual experience. There is joy.

Time is the single most precious gift you have to give. Stop beating yourself up for not giving enough to your spiritual journey, because you are a spiritual being first a human second. You experience everything you do spiritually before you process it humanly. You just need to tell your human part to turn around and see what the spiritual self is experiencing.

Establish the context of your spirituality. What do you perceive as your own give and take? Seeing through a spiritual lens of your daily life is so fulfilling and begins to ease the journey to uncover more spiritual knowledge and evolve naturally.

The key to your spiritual reality is understanding that you can never be disconnected from your spiritual self.

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