Winter’s Early Return

It’s been such a long time since I blogged that I’m not even sure where to start. Life has been incredibly busy with travel and teaching and finally this week, my body crashed. I’ve been in my pajama’s since Monday and plan on staying that way until this Saturday when we have our November Aurapalooza. I am so not ready for winter and can’t believe there’s snow on the ground already. I know I need to turn this attitude around and be excited about it, but for some reason, I’m not looking forward to this winter. I’ve gotten nervous about icy roads and extreme cold and that’s two things that we’re dealing with right now on November 12th.

Normally the first day of snow, I play Christmas carols and bake cookies. My inner child still believes in Santa and always has this inner excitement of what’s to come, but this year just seems different. Maybe it’s all the hurting people out there. I’m getting a lot of emails asking for help. Many many people losing loved ones right now. People “checking out” left and right. It seems like every time I write a blog, I mention how intense the energy is and this time is no exception. I don’t mean to sound like Debby Downer. Life is what it is right now and now is the time to put our spirituality into action. If I didn’t have my intuition to turn to everyday, I would not want to get out of bed in the morning.

The thought just occurred to me to share some solutions with you.
If you are going through alot of emotional trauma right now I recommend two of my books to help you: My Big Book of Healing and Echoes of the Soul.
If you aren’t sure what your intuition is or how to live by it, I highly recommend getting A Still Small Voice. It’s all about living by your inner voice.
If you or your children are concerned about ghosts in your house, get a copy of The Little Book of True Ghost Stories. It’s very helpful for identifying ghosts and how to get rid of them.
If you are struggling with your relationship with God, I recommend Look for the Good and You’ll Find God. It’s a great little book about my journey to find God that you will be able to identify with.
If you suspect you have psychic abilities but don’t know how to develop them, I recommend The Gift.
If you think you may have the gift of healing, but don’t know what to do, I recommend Hands that Heal.
And my most recent book What Happens When We Die will help you in your grieving or your dying process.

Yes times are tough. They have been for quite a while. And yes, many people are going back home right now. But the piece we all have to remember is that our souls thought this would be a perfect time to be alive here on planet Earth, so lets make the most of it. Icy roads and cold temperatures are just a couple minor inconveniences. Pay attention to your body right now. If he or she needs a break, please take one or your body will create a break for you. Winter came early for all of us. We’re all in this together. So let’s find a way to make the most of it, okay?

Come to the Aurapalooza this Saturday and have some fun. Meet others of like mind. Get a reading or healing from one of our gifted psychics, healers, numerologist, astrologer, or get your aura photo taken.
Before we know it, it’ll be spring. That’s the good news.
God Bless.

About Echo Bodine

Echo Bodine first discovered she had psychic abilities at the age of 17. Over the years she has written many books, hosted TV and radio shows, worked as an intuitive teacher and ghostbuster and continues to help people world-wide to open to their own intuitive capacities. Read More and follow Echo on Facebook and Twitter

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  1. Echo, I know what you mean about people “checking out” and going home. I am a Chaplain and I feel like all I’ve been doing lately is death, way more than usual and it’s not just me. Some of my Chaplain buddies have said they have feel like it’s a lot more than usual as well.

    I really appreciate your blog and astrology postings. Hang in there with the snow. If you get tired of it, you are always welcome in Southern California.

  2. Kim Novak

    Thanks for your words. I am the opposite. This year I am so excited for the holidays! Past years have been very difficult for me, but this year I am full of hope, love and joy. I just feel like positive things are to come. Hope you feel better!