About 3 years ago, I stopped getting my hair cut and switched to a no-shampoo method, using organic and natural styling products only. I used to straighten my hair daily and it was quite damaged. I decided to embrace my curls and soon discovered “hey, big healthy hair is sexy.” I only visit the salon to have my ends trimmed every 3-4 months. If you have naturally curly or wavy hair, I highly recommend this method. If your hair is mostly straight or thin, I would seek an alternative because of how heavy and oily most products are. Anyone can benefit from refraining from harsh shampoos, though. I hope this helps, lovely spirit. If you need more help, I don’t bite.
I have received several requests to describe my personal spiritual journey, so I am taking a moment to address my experiences in this post.
I was born into an Italian-Polish family. I was baptized, made my First Holy Communion, went to Reconciliation (confession), and finally, was confirmed in the Roman Catholic faith by the time I was 12. I attended Catholic high school, though I had stopped attending Sunday Mass, and church in general, at that point. As anyone may gather, I was spoon-fed my religion and didn’t really have a say in the matter. I was not exposed to other Christian denominations or other world religions/beliefs; I was informed by family, teachers, and members of holy clergy again and again that Catholicism was, and ought to be, at the root of my life.
I did attend a private Catholic university, but how much or little you participated in worship, etc. was your prerogative (I will note they had several classes that discussed other faiths). I began making a lot of personal changes in my life at that time, and I’m not even sure I had much of a relationship with God. I only knew what others had instructed me to believe. I began the path of seeking.
It wasn’t until I was 20 years old when I began opening myself up more to the Universe. I fell away from the box labeled Catholicism, and decided I would just be spiritual, open-minded. I still believe in God, Jesus, angels, and many others things Christians do, I just choose not to conform to one system. I was dissatisfied with my romantic life and the types of people I was attracting. So, in 2011, I began praying and meditating… something I had neglected. I was essentially sending out a call, letting God know I was ready to work on loving myself so that He could deliver my soulmate to me. And it worked; I met my twin flame in August of 2011.
I’ve written another post about all the synchronicities we encountered during that time, but to be brief, his experiences *totally* aligned with mine. He was seeing 13… I told him about faith, hope, and love - the Corinthians 13:13 verse which I always intended to use at my wedding. I sent him a Taylor Swift (I know, lol) video, and he realized 13 was the lucky number written on her hand. Over and over, it all became very intense. We had many emotional moments and continued experiencing signs (still do), in the material form and from human messengers. I started having vivid precognition and dreams that all came to fruition. It was like I was awake for the first time in my life; I left this earthly existence, and remembered my true identity as an eternal soul capable of great love. It all made sense - why I was so opposite of my family, why I could hear or sense voices/presences, my creativity and imagination (photography, art, music, voice imitations), and my empathetic and sensitive nature.
In addition to the precog and dreams, I can see auras and channel (though I am still on the practicing side of mediumship), I enjoy astrology, numerology, tarot studies, Buddhism, dream interpretation, chakra energy healing, and so much more. To conclude, I am incredibly grateful for God’s blessings and to my angels for always guiding my twin and I to the highest good. I have more stories I intend to share, so keep checking back!