This month’s energy reading …

Energy Reading for May 2019

Channelled from The Light Circle

May is a time of digging into your own psyche to discover where you are responding to triggers from outside, and where you are, in fact, triggering yourself. 

It is increasingly difficult to avoid your own patterns and trigger points.  They are being bombarded with greater and greater intensity, allowing you to experience them in their entirety. This is challenging, but it gives you the opportunity to either explore the issues that are revealed and release yourself to move forward, or to dig in and hold your ground. 

This is a moment of realising that you already have the sovereignty you desire, and that nobody will give you more than you already possess.  There is no moment on its way where the universe will solve all of your problems for you.  Instead there are a series of opportunities to recognise your own power to create your own reality, and to embody your own integrity and ability to see what is right for you and for those around you.

There are continuing pressures around recognising what is being put in front of you, what is real, and what is simply the desire of another.  For those who are sensitive, there is an ever-greater pull between the desire to help others and the desire to support self.  This is becoming greater as the pull of social media drags you into the realities of others. This can seriously impact your energy and the way you experience and put yourself out into the world.  It is important to recognise where your own energy is strong enough to help others light up, and to recognise where it is in need of support so that you don’t become dragged down into a pit of anger and fear, created by those whose energy you are picking up.

My Latest Cosy Chat …

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The Serpent House: Cosy Chat with Children's Author, Bea Davenport

Bea Davenport is the writing name of former BBC journalist Barbara Henderson. Bea's debut crime/suspense novel In Too Deep was a runner-up in the annual Luke Bitmead award and published in 2013 by Legend Press, who also published This Little Piggy (2014) in the same genre. Her first children's novel, The Serpent House, was written as part of her Creative Writing PhD. It was shortlisted for a Times/Chicken House award before being published by Curious Fox (2014). My Cousin Faustina (2015) was originally written as an interactive e-book for reluctant readers and is now published in paperback by ReadZone Books.  The Misper, Bea's novel for teens/YA, was published in 2018 by The Conrad Press. Bea teaches journalism and creative writing and lives in Berwick upon Tweed. 

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What inspired you to write a time slip?

The story of The Serpent House actually came about because of the place where I live, which is called Spittal. It got its name from a medieval leper hospital which used to be there. It fascinated me that somewhere under the pavements where I walk every day, there are the remains of this hospital. I also wanted to write something in a sort of tribute to my three great-aunts, who were maids and cooks in large houses in Newcastle and Cumbria at the turn of the twentieth century. So a timeslip idea linked the two periods together – the Victorian maid Annie was able to travel back to the medieval leper hospital. Also, I really love timeslip novels – Tom’s Midnight Garden is one of my all-time favourite children’s books. The more timeslip novels I read, the more exciting I realised they could be.

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Why did you choose to write about leprosy?

It started with that local history about the leper hospital that used to be in the village where I live, but when I did research I realised it was not really covered often in children’s historical fiction (unlike the plague, which is covered quite a lot!). Although leprosy has died out in the west, it’s still a problem in developing countries. The charity Lepra helped me a lot with my research.

What do the plants that start to take over the garden mean? Are they actually from the past?

Yes! I was very inspired by a visit to a medieval herb garden in France and I realised that lots of the plants had snake-like names and qualities. So I wanted them to start creeping up into the garden to show how the past was beginning to encroach, from under the foundations of Hexer Hall and its grounds. It was meant to show how the past was beginning to take a bit of a stranglehold on the primary time of 1899.

Channelled and Psychic Email Readings

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These consist of a combination of energy reading and channelled information from your guides and mine.

These readings are helpful if you are trying to understand a situation, or a pattern in your life.

Information is always most forthcoming when you are trying to work on yourself.

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I will not make decisions for you, but can help you to understand the energies at play.

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