Category: Wisdom from the Other Side

7 Ways To Hang On When You’re at the End of Your Rope

A lot of the clients I read for are right at the end of their rope. They’ve lost all hope of having a great and happy life. They are tired of trying, tired of waking up in the morning, tired of putting on a brave face for others. They are just done. Many times I’ve had clients tell me simply, “You’re the last person I am going to speak to before I kill myself.” That used to scare me. That’s a level of responsibility that is high for anyone. But when I do a reading, it’s not me that has

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Compassion and Kindness
Erin Pavlina

The Truth About Karma That No One Will Tell You

If you ask most people what karma is all about they will say something like, “Karma is punishment for past wrongs.” Or “What you do to others will come back to you.” It’s seen as a sort of cause and effect; a universal system of justice against your crimes. In fact, some people count on karma for vengeance, “He done wronged me, and he’ll get his comeuppance when karma bites him in the ass.” But I’m here to potentially burst your bubble. If you’re waiting for karma to dish out punishment to people who have done wrong, you’re going to

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What If You Had Made Different Choices?

Recently I had a dream where a being came to me and asked me if I was interested in being shown parallel universes with the purpose of seeing how my life would have turned out if I had made different decisions. That’s an offer that doesn’t come around much, so I jumped on the chance to see what my life would have been like if I had done things differently. He explained to me that we all have major choice points in life. These choice points are when you make a decision that takes your life in an entirely new

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What does the other side think of marriage?

The collective consciousness on the other side thinks it’s cute that humans think they can make love contractual. Marriage is a man-made institution invented to make sure kids knew who their parents were so they could properly inherit their parents stuff when said parents croaked. Marriage is not a mandate from the other side. Source cares more about love, kindness, and compassion. When you make a union with a partner and there is love present, there is Source. When the love wanes or your paths diverge there is no sin in moving to another partner or partners. Do you think

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