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Welcome to Jeekers17's blog! She is a very intuitive compassionate psychic. She prays for Guidance and can bring you helpful insight today. This blog has a few special entries that she has been guided to post on Keen.


Christ honored children as those belonging to the kingdom of God and spoke of their angels beholding the face of God in heaven. He complimented the widow for contributing her mite to the collection that she offered from her poverty rather than out of surplus.

When Mary of Bethany poured out expensive ointment and washed Christ’s feet with her hair, He commended her: “For she has done a beautiful thing to me.”

Christ expressed his undying appreciation to Peter and the disciples for following Him with this high praise: “Truly, I say to you, there is no man who has left house or wife or brothers or parents or children to follow me . . . who will not receive manifold more in this time and in the life to come, and in the age to come eternal life.”

Christ praises at every opportunity.

Praise and Repeat

To follow Christ, then, obligates a person also to praise others, to pay compliments, and to express appreciation and gratitude. In other words, Christ’s example teaches the graciousness of kind, thoughtful words that validate the virtues of others and encourage imitation.

This cycle of love’s coming, going, and continuing depends on the giving of true praise and appreciative compliments to move the heart and will to persist in these habits of virtue. A host who welcomes guests with hospitality soon loses the love of entertaining when guests take these occasions for granted and fail to pay compliments for the thought, time, and effort spent in preparation. Has that ever happened to you?

Christ’s example teaches that praise pleases God and blesses others.

Hoarding up Beautiful Sentiments

Why do many begrudge the giving of compliments and fail to express heartfelt thanks by the spoken or written word? Some unwittingly take things for granted and lack the refinement or sensitivity to acknowledge gifts, favors, or acts of thoughtfulness; the habit of gratitude has not been fully formed. I know that when you are loving to your friends or romantic partners, it does feel a little draining when you are not appreciated, at least a little?

Some do not like the sense of being beholden or do not extend themselves to do anything “extra” beyond the minimum, for example, to include a written letter, thank-you note, or personal call.

Many do not want to give the impression of flattery or sentimentality, failing to distinguish between the insincerity of empty words and the praise that is due by way of justice. Of course some are too prideful and feel no obligation to deign to pay compliments to others which they imagine detract from their image and reputation. They like receiving compliments but do not enjoy giving them.

As Christ’s example of generous praise teaches, the imitation of Christ obliges a person not only always to give thanks to God but also to pay deserving compliments to all people for all the charitable acts that a person receives in the course of a human life. All human beings, not just children, thrive on praise.

All good and faithful servants who do an honest day’s work with a sense of duty and vocation—mothers, fathers, teachers, nurses, students, priests, bishops, and ordinary people—rejoice at the surprise and spontaneity of the gift of praise that gives meaning and vibrancy to the day. Not to praise is a form of selfishness, not giving to others the esteem they deserve.

Not to praise is a form of avarice, a hoarding of good words and beautiful sentiments that are never dispensed for the benefit of others. Not to praise is a form of envy, resentment at the compliments offered to others rather than given to one’s own self. Not to praise as Christ praises is a form of inhumanity, a failure to love’s one neighbor and a lack of charity.

Christ, true God and true man, teaches not only of the love and mercy of the Father and of the miracle of eternal life but also instructs man on how to be human, warm, cordial, kind, considerate, and thoughtful about the little things as well as the great things worthy of praise.


I thank you for getting up each day and doing your job , being the best you can be!
Hello Keen community, here is a nice Homemade bath salt recipe!

I like to use a bath salt mix I make:

4 cups Epsom (sp?) salts
Dried lavender, 2 cups flower buds.
4 cups powdered milk
A few drops something minty, tea tree oil works too

Put salts in bowl, add a few drops minty oil, mix well, add a few more. Add it slowly so it gets mixed well. Add other ingredients, mix again. Store in air tight baggy and add desired amount to bath water.

The lavender helps relax, the mint helps open sinus passageways and the milk protein is good for your skin. Tea tree oil will help cleanse, so add very little if that is the one you pick.

Makes a great gift, and can be personalized!
Rose petals instead of lavender (or both )

These ingredients will really help you or your loved ones feel relaxed. Another great idea for us in January!
Jeekers

Hello everyone,...

I have been working on a few Fung Shui projects around my home and recently it is really noticeable how such small things can really work wonders!!

One neat thing and it is so easy, is to get plants that will work in our favor in various ways.
Here are some awesome plants that are easy to buy even in the winter.
See what works in your home for your needs.
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Philodendron grows well under both natural and artificial light, and its heart-shaped leaves represent the Fire element that can add emotion to a dark or cold area.

Peace lily grows well under artificial light and produces white flowers, making it ideal for office settings.

Jade plants symbolize prosperity, especially when placed in the Wealth Area, which is the back left corner of a room.

A tall ficus can symbolically lift a low ceiling, plus it helps remove formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia from the air.

Palms are ideal for creating a room divider, and they remove xylene and formaldehyde from new carpeting.

Rubber plants are especially auspicious when placed in the Wealth Area because the round leaves symbolize good fortune and wealth.

Hanging plants like English ivy soften sharp corners, plus ivy removes benzene found in plastics and helps control formaldehyde from carpets and paint.

Hang a Boston fern to fill up a corner or as a welcoming greeter at the entrance to a home.

Another good hanging choice is the spider plant, which filters carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and xylene, especially when placed near a fireplace or wood stove.

The rounded leaves of African violets resemble coins, and therefore symbolize wealth.

Always choose lush, healthy plants and quickly remove dead leaves or plants since they represent negative energy. If your light is too limited to grow healthy plants, silk plants are an acceptable Feng Shui alternative, but it’s best to avoid dried flowers because they represent dead energy. The best time to add a new plant is at the beginning of a new month, when it symbolizes a healthy beginning.

Hello my dear callers!
 
I know some days our worries get to us, and take up a lot of our time and energy.
 
This is a simple trick to "flip the switch" when things get you anxiety prone. it is from the book called "Excuse Me Your Life is Waiting? by Linn  Grabhorn.
 
 
Make a list of 30 things you love about yourself.
number them 1-30
it can be done. things like:
I love my singing voice"
I love my ability in sports
I love my baking skills,
 my mechanical skills..
.my hair..
 
make a list of 30 things you love about you.
Then... when your favorite #1 worry starts up, that sick feeling comes when you think of your problems... the panic starts up... just "flip the switch" to your thing to love for the day, and flow attention and love to that thought. Your feelings will change, the day will get better. Over the days that follow it will get easier. Make a new list next month or use the same list. Your guidance will tell you what's best.
 
Let me know how you are doing!
 
 Love, Jeekers
Get involved in social activities, even if you don’t feel up to  it. Do “normal” things with other folks, things that have nothing to do with the trauma. If you’ve hidden from relationships that were once priority to you, make the effort to rekindle.

These words  are good for anyone who has been through a trauma.

A trauma is something that had certain effects on us.
Breakups can be a traumatic experience, even though your friends and acquaintances may not be understanding, please realize that a break up can be extremely traumatic.
So can other things.
Here is a list. As I do a reading for you, and there are romantic relationships , involving you and your love interest, yet I pick up on stress and problems that are impeding the progress of the bonding... or even making it impossible to bond...I often do suggest backing up from the romance and focusing more on activities that are healthy and healing.
Often this is really hard for you, as the caller, to hear when you just want to hear that things are going to be okay with your love interest.
I am an experienced psychic with lots to offer, and step by step, you can heal.
Believe me, I have been there. Read this and if you have been through these types of traumas, perhaps it is time to back off from romance and focus on your recovery. Does not mean you and the love interest have no hope but you cannot really connect fully with a new love if you have unhealed shock and trauma in your life. Love to you.

Often we  overlook these sources of emotional and psychological trauma

  • Falls or sports injuries
  • Surgery (even in the first 3 years of life)
  • Unexpected death of close person in your life
  • An automobile wreck
  • The ending  of a significant relationship
  • A shaming or very disappointing experience
  • The diagnosis of a potentially terminal disease or disability
Stay low-key. Not everyone needs to know everything about you

A great future doesn't require a great past!


Never stop believing in hope, because miracles happen every day!
 The words faith, hope, and charity,  prayer and sacrifice mean a lot . Prayer helps us a lot.
Agnus Deis, medals, scapulars, etc., which we wear , are not charms,  through the blessing they have received  we expect help from God, the Blessed Mother, or the Saint in whose honor we wear them.

In all our devotions and religious practices we must carefully guard against expecting God to perform miracles when natural causes may bring about what we hope for. God will sometimes miraculously help us, but, as a rule, only when all .natural means have failed.


The first Commandment does not forbid the honoring of the saints, but rather approves of it; because by honoring the saints, who are the chosen friends of God, we honor God Himself.

I pray to the saints, especially St Therese, St Jude,  St Anne ( for finding a good mate) and St Gerard, ( for healthy babies)

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Prayer to our Guardian Angel
 
Bless the Lord ,all you his angels.
 You who are mighty in strength and do his will, intercede  for me at the throne of God.  By your unceasing watchfulness protect me in every danger of soul and body.  Obtain for me the grace of final perserverance, so that after this life I may be admitted to your glorious company and with you may sing the praises of God for all eternity.
 
All you holy angels and archangels, thrones and dominions and powers and virtues of heaven, cherubim and seraphim, and especially you, my dear guardian angel, intercede for me and obtain for me the special favor I now ask
(Mention your request)
 
 Recite one Glory Be
 
Glory Be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit
As it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be, world without end , Amen.
 
Say this novena nine times in a row for nine days in a row.