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Shifting and Changing

Shifting and Changing Debbie Anderson

It is accepted that life keeps shifting and changing. It's called progress. For the most part, after we stop fighting each new transition, we usually get into our groove and begin to acknowledge the next uncharted journey unfolding before us.

As I was being inducted into my fifty-fifth year, I thought I was overtly accepting and adjusting to the shifts. At that point in my life, I was blessed to be traveling across Canada with my husband, who is a past-life regressionist. We both love what we do, each separately, yet we are privileged to be able to work together. And because I am someone who can help people find answers, I'm always open to exchanging energies with others to help me recognize and acknowledge things I needed to on my journey.

There is a saying that "there is none so blind as those who cannot see," and that seemed to be the case when I sat in front of Denise, who did an inner-child reading for me in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The message I got was that Spirit was not so happy that I wasn't doing what I should. "Can you give me a clue?" I asked.