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Psychic Charades

Psychic Charades

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | “May I have your attention, please? Will the real Slim Shady please stand up?”  This lyric of Eminem’s song The Real Slim Shady was playing again and again in my head as I woke up early one morning.  I love rap music. I enjoy running and shaking my tail feathers to the beat, but seriously, what’s this got to do with the price of tea in china? I’ve introduced psychic skills in the past and want to demonstrate how your inner guidance can communicate with you, if you’re up for a good ole game of psychic charades. 

As stated above, this lyric had made its way into my consciousness early one morning.  Although I have many psychic skills, one of my more developed senses is my psychic hearing or clairaudience. This communication technique was established between me and my team of guides many years ago and is used to give me the heads up when situations warrant it. Here’s how this game is played.

Is it a song title? 

I wake up to a tune and listen closely for the words.  If I cannot identify the lyrics, I look up the song and read the lyrics.  If the latter is the case, I feel around in my body for which lyrics resonate with some part of my life. With “Slim Shady” I was able to hear the exact words coming through.

How many words?

I could research the song and try to discover the creator’s intention behind the lyrics, but that’s not really what it’s about.  Spirit guides are already aware of all that you’ve lived.  They are aware of all the vocabulary you know, the people you’ve come across, the places you’ve been and the experiences you’ve had.  When offering guidance, they will draw upon this information to communicate something relevant in your life.  In my case on this particular morning, I turned my focus on what I believed to be the meaning of the song.  Whether or not Eminem the song’s creator would agree is irrelevant.  My team is going with how I interpret the meaning.  This is key, as it demonstrates my knowing, which is the purpose of intuitive guidance. 

Sounds like or rhymes with…

When I hear the song, I think about there being a bunch of people pretending to be Slim Shady, and he’s singing about identifying the real one by having him stand up and out from the others.  Again, if this is not the true meaning, it doesn’t matter.  The goal is to get me to draw my attention to my understanding.  The first place I look for its relevance is in my own experience. Where in my life am I pretending to be someone other than me?  I’ll do a quick mental rundown, and if I come up with a big fat zero, I then look at the current relationships in my life.  Is there someone in my life that is not being authentic or honest with me?

Winner winner chicken dinner!

It can sometimes feel like a big guessing game when you are working with your inner guidance.  The more you play, the better you get.  Soon, you will find it takes less time to feel around for the truth.  You’ll be able to identify right away where in your life things are out of balance and what you can do about it.  Being alerted by your guides, or your higher self is meant to shift your awareness to what needs to be addressed.  The key to being razor sharp with your insights is to trust yourself.  Just like learning any foreign language, spirit speak is built ground up, one brick at a time.  Each time you work out the clues, you build your vocabulary with your guides.  Those wins will get utilized to expand your consciousness.

 Like me you may find songs to be an easy way to dialect with the spirit world.  In addition to the tune, you can’t get out of your head, there is also turning on the radio and hearing a song that speaks to your life.   Sometimes these get used in combination.  After several days of Slim Shady I got into my car and playing on the radio was “Heavyweight” by Kassi Ashton.  If you aren’t familiar with that song, it’s about asking someone for their truth and letting them know you can handle it.  Hmmm…

 

Sabrina Matheny is an intuitive designer, life coach and spiritual medium. Her passions include running, speaking french and traveling abroad. When she is not working, she is spending time with her sons and watching murder mysteries. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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