A. I see that all of us have intuitive abilities, the key is to tap into them and learn to trust in those abilities. Those abilities can be clairvoyance, or manifest in other "clairs."
I get most leaders have a strong "gut instinct" or intuition, (Clairsentience) and have the confidence to trust in that instinct. Napoleon looks to fall into that category of using confidence and clairsentience to guide him on his path to many victories.
Q. Hello. Could you please look into this story:
Twitter user Adam Ellis reports an encounter with a ghostly entity called David, which appears as a wounded child. Is this true, could he be in danger or is just to attract people to his timeline?
A. I do get there is some truth to this, and this poor being needs help. It looks as though Adam (in a sleep state) became vulnerable and connected to this being. Desperate for help, "David" used this opportunity to seek help. I get the best thing that could happen (the greater good for all involved) would be to send love and healing to this "being" and help guide him on his path elsewhere. "David" feel stuck, and needs to move on. I also hear that rather than make this a public event, he needs to clear this being asap. The longer "David" is stuck and stays there, the more menacing he will become.
Q. Hi Lynn, can you please do a reading on Ayahuasca? The ancient amazonian medicinal brew. I recent had an experience with it and believe it has valuable healing qualities.
A. This looks to be a mind expanding tool and can be very intense. It allows you to connect with your higher self, and the source consciousness. You will see, feel and experience things that are difficult to see in our 3D world (much like hallucinations). i do hear caution about doing this, and make sure you have a trusted source as the experience can evoke an overwhelming feeling and you do not know how you will react. I also get that you shouldn't do this too often as it can "fry" your 3D neurological system.
Q. There has been / is a lot of discussion on the webbot forum about drunkin raisins for help with cleansing and uric acid. Now mind you almost everybody says not much is needed and it is not used to get drunk. They say golden raisins and pitted cherries are best, then soaked in GIN for less than a day. Not many are needed, less than 10 per day or even per week to help. Could you do a reading on this and tell us what recipe you would say is best, if at all?
A. As I start I do need to mention that I am not a doctor, and have not studied medicine. This is purely from an intuitive perspective.
I get that the chemical reaction between (looks like) dark purple, seedless grapes (I didn't see raisins or cherries????) and gin create a detoxing effect. It looks like you put these grapes in gin, and let them soak overnight in the refrigerator in a sealed container. You only need 10 to 12 one or two times per week. After eating these, drink a lot of water to give the acid and toxins a way to purge and prevent them from being displaced. I hear these can be effective for gout and inflamed joints.
Q Are organic foods really organic? What does that mean?
A. I get that unless you grow the food yourself, or have a trusted source, it is all contaminated to some degree. Labeling something as "organic" doesn't mean it is 100% free from additives or toxins. It merely means it is "mostly" pure and clean.
Between air pollution, pollution in our waters, run off and intentional administering of chemicals, it is near impossible to have purely organic food in the way the label "organic" implies. "Organic" is also a good marketing label as it evokes an emotion that you are doing something good for yourself and your family (which compared to many foods, it is better than the alternative, even though still deceiving).
One way to mitigate this is to briefly thank the food, and ask it to nourish you body, purging all else. Ask your body to please accept the food put into body as fuel for health and healing, and allow all else to pass.
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-
[As a side note I looked up the definition of "organic" after I did this reading out of my own curiosity. You may find this interesting. Here is the link where I obtained the following definition, and it breaks this down much more. I found this VERY interesting!
"USDA Organic" or "Certified Organic" seal on your food, the item must have an ingredients list and the contents should be 95% or more certified organic, meaning free of synthetic additives like pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and dyes, and must not be processed using industrial solvents, irradiation, or genetic engineering, according to the USDA. The remaining 5% may only be foods or processed with additives on an approved list.]