Liebster Award! This Weird Chick’s Blog-August 16, 2019

I’m very honored to announce my nomination for the Liebster Award by Beth at Pilgrimage Studio. I always look forward to plugging into her positive energy when I read her posts. Very insightful. Check out her blog. Thank you, Beth. The Liebster Award is a way to help blogs you like and to give them […]

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Mind Games: People’s Actions

By: Paula Bianchi – From the moment you step out your front door each day, it’s a given that you’ll have to deal with people. With every person’s positive or negative action, you’ll choose the energy of your reaction. Just like a person has to choose the energy of their reaction to every positive or […]

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Metaphysical: Psychic Seminar Sacramento (part 2)

By: Paula Bianchi – The room quickly filled with people returning from lunch. Dick announces it’s time for a past life meditation. Here we go again. I was more than open to the opportunity to experience one, but my guide has always denied me. This was the one meditation that I practically knew by heart. […]

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Metaphysical: Psychic Seminar Sacramento (part 1)

By: Paula Bianchi – While I was exploring the metaphysical, my husband, Alan, has always been very supportive of me, but he tended to lean on the side of skepticism. He would listen to me talking to Cricket and Lily about what came through during my automatic writing, or what I had experienced with my […]

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Mind Games: Addiction

By: Paula Bianchi – Depending on the person, addiction can be an extremely hard mind game. The purpose of addiction is to fill some kind of void that either you, or the people around you, can’t fill, or to help you forget, or cope, with whatever struggles you’re having from the negativity of people’s actions […]

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Mind Games: Greed

By: Paula Bianchi – Throughout history, greed has been the driving force behind many committed evils. It doesn’t matter what century you look at because people have always fallen into two categories: those who share, and those who don’t. This is based on our personality type and to what extent we’ll go, to get what […]

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Therapy: My Cancer Story (part 2)

By: Paula Bianchi – My husband comes in that morning expecting to find me as he left me the night before, but I was sitting on the edge of the bed with an empty bowl on my tray. I told him I felt so much better. I showed him my tray and reassured him that […]

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