How To Tell If You Are Absorbing Negativity

How To Tell If You Are Absorbing Negativity

Today I wanted to take the time to reach out to all of you and answer a question that has been coming up lately from some of my clients. Many of my clients have shown concern about how they can determine when they are absorbing negativity from other people. With so many things happening in our world at once it can be a little confusing to understand just exactly what you are feeling, why you are feeling it and what to do about it.

But what if you are absorbing negativity from someone else?

Well, guess what? It isn’t just other people that we can absorb negativity from. Situations and even places can affect our energy.

What do I mean? Well, think about it, our televisions alone can often trigger fear or confusion just by watching the nightly news. When we least expect it, our energy can be affected in a multitude of ways.
So, how would one know if this was happening? What could this feel like?

Here are just some of the symptoms:

  • Feeling tired when there is not a logical reason too feel tired
  • Unexplained moodiness or anger
  • Feeling like you are in a funk or feeling “off”
  • Lowered energy levels
  • Feeling super needy
  • Increased addictive cravings
  • A desire to isolate oneself
  • Interrupted sleep patterns or insomnia
  • A feeling of heaviness
  • Random headache, stomach ache or body pains
  • Feeling repelled by someone or something

So, if you find yourself being affected by negative energy, what can you do to cleanse yourself of its effects and get back in an empowered state?

Set very clear intentions to release all negativity while doing some of these things:

  • Tell it to GO!!!
  • Shake it off! Literally. Do some jumping jacks, go for a walk or jump up and down.
  • Sing! Find a favorite song and sing at the top of your lungs!
  • Take a hot, clearing bath. Epsom salts, essential oils whatever your favorite mix is.
  • Laugh!!! Find something to laugh about. Watch a comedy bit or read some funny jokes.
  • Dance! Pump up the jam and dust off your dance moves.
  • Get outside in nature. Spend at least 15-20 minutes outside.
  • Eat a healthy meal.
  • Cut cords. Literally envision yourself with a sharp sword cutting any negative cords that may have attached to you.
  • Pray
  • Meditate
  • Do something creative
  • Change up your routine to break up any stagnation
  • Spend time with animals
  • Use incense, frankincense, myrrh, palo santo, sandalwood, sage or sweet grass

Now, this is far from a complete list but it definitely points you in the right direction.
Remember, that your awareness is key. When our energy takes a hit it is easy to get complacent about your situation, but that will never offer you a sense of peace.

Need a preventative measure to keep you wrapped in protection? Here is a good affirmation
to offer you extra protection throughout the day.

 Taking just a few moments throughout the day to check in with where you are energetically can make all the difference in the world. I want you to experience the best of each day, standing in your power and feeling fully alive and energized.

Much love and many blessings,
Heather

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I offer mediumship sessions in person, over the phone and online. Due to COVID-19 I am limiting my time in my physical office to 2 days a week and asking that everyone follow all COVID-19 precautions by entering the building with a mask. Please note that phone sessions are equally effective as in-person sessions. Mediumship readings offer you an opportunity to connect with loved ones on the other side and receive validation that the love that you shared with them is still very much alive. I would love the opportunity to connect with you and your loved ones in heaven.

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When Your Dad Is In Heaven Father’s Day Is Different

When Your Dad Is In Heaven Father’s Day Is Different

 It’s hard to believe that my dad has been gone for over 18 years. I remember the last Father’s Day I spent with him. We met for breakfast at a restaurant called the “Busy Bee.” It was a nice day and my son was full of energy and excited to see his Pop. I remember the gift I gave him that year. You see, my dad was not necessarily easy to buy for. He did not have hobbies or favorite things. His time was always spent working and it was usually a struggle to come up with something creative to gift to him. However, this year in particular I had finally come up with something I knew that would make him smile. I had crafted a small scrapbook filled with pictures of him and my son. It included photos at the zoo, photos of them pretending to shave, photos by the swimming pool and of walking the dog.

Heather's Dad with son Dalton

Son Dalton with Pops

It captured a lot of beautiful memories that the two had made together. This held an important significance because it wasn’t but a month or two before that my dad had told me that he was afraid my son would not remember him. I knew he was thinking of his mortality. He had been sick for a long time and I think he intuitively knew that his time was drawing near. I felt this scrapbook would not only be something my dad would enjoy but also something my son could cherish forever. It would remind him of how much Pop loved his little buddy. It was my way of telling my dad that I would never let him be forgotten.

Much happened over those next few months. My daughter was born almost three weeks early. My dad was elated to hold her, feed her a bottle and brag about her to anyone that would listen. It was a very happy time but I could tell he was struggling physically. Then on September 11, 2001, as I held my sweet baby girl in my arms in my hospital bed and I watched the second plane hit the twin tower in New York, life stood still and soon would forever be different for a multitude of reasons.

Heather Hildebrand's daughter Demi with her Dad

Daughter Demi with Pops

We were rushed to be checked out of the hospital and on the car ride home I called my mom. As excited as I was to have them over later that evening to spend time with the baby I was also saddened by all that was happening in our world. I wanted to check in with them to see how they were feeling about all that was going on. However, she informed me that they would not be coming over because she was having to take my dad to the hospital. I remember crying when I hung up with her. My heart felt like this was the beginning of the end. And it was. Dad was hospitalized for thirteen days when he passed away. We ended up burying him on my daughter’s original due date. In the midst of the sorrow, I had to acknowledge what a wonderful blessing it was that he got to meet my daughter before he passed. Had she not arrived early our story would have been very different. I am grateful that even in the darkest of times the light of miracles still shines through.

But let’s face it, death changes everything. We rarely know when it’s going to be the last birthday we celebrate with a loved one, the last Thanksgiving we will enjoy together, or for me, the last time you get to treat your dad to a Father’s Day breakfast.

Father’s Day is a little different when your dad is in heaven. It’s kind of like having a little hole in your heart and there is just not enough putty in the world to fill it up.

Dads are often our biggest supporters and protectors. One thing I know for sure is they are still serving that role from the other side. Daddies still love their children from heaven. It does not matter how young or old you are. Their love is limitless and powerful and perfect. It finds its way from their hearts to yours and it always, always will.

Although we can’t get one more hug, hear one last joke or see one last smile, we can stay open to the signs that their love still surrounds us.

If your dad is in heaven take a few moments this Father’s Day to look for the signs that he is still ever-present with you. You would be surprised by the ways that they will get your attention. 

Love,
Heather – Daddy’s Girl

Looking to connect to loved ones?

I offer mediumship sessions in person, over the phone and online. Due to COVID-19 I am limiting my time in my physical office to 2 days a week and asking that everyone follow all COVID-19 precautions by entering the building with a mask. Please note that phone sessions are equally effective as in-person sessions. Mediumship readings offer you an opportunity to connect with loved ones on the other side and receive validation that the love that you shared with them is still very much alive. I would love the opportunity to connect with you and your loved ones in heaven.

HAVE QUESTIONS? Please use the CONTACT FORM for the quickest response.

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When Heaven Reaches Out to Say Hello

When Heaven Reaches Out to Say Hello

Let’s face it. Life can get hectic. There are a hundred reasons each day to get distracted and miss those loving signs sent from heaven above. But, in those moments they work hard to get our attention and we notice, THOSE MOMENTS are some of the best moments EVER! When I receive one of those gifts, I must say my life is sweeter, my heart is overflowing and my gratitude is through the roof!

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Journeys Through Dreamtime

Journeys Through Dreamtime

From the time I can remember having memories of my life at all I have been an avid dreamer, one who would always wake up remembering my dreams. I had prophetic dreams of what Texas looked liked, my grandpa’s truck and even the bank we would bank at all before we made the move to the Lone Star State thirty some years ago….

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Handling a Grieving Heart During the Holidays

Handling a Grieving Heart During the Holidays

In my household the holiday season brings a lot of joyful anticipation. Yes, I am one of THOSE people. My trees are already up and the house is decorated for Christmas long before Thanksgiving day even gets here. Christmas movies, holiday music and sugar cookies baking in the oven are a regular in the Hildebrand home. But, in the midst of all of the joy and celebration I am reminded that there are many out there who dread this time of year. If you have ever experienced the loss of a loved one you may know all too well this sadness. So how does one deal with a grieving heart during the holidays? Here are some things I think are helpful to keep in mind if you or someone you love is grieving

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My Grateful Heart ~ Random Gratitude

My Grateful Heart ~ Random Gratitude

Each and every day holds the opportunity to reflect on the blessings of our lives. Gratitude has a way of unlocking miracles in waiting. But more importantly gratitude changes our outlook, fills us with joy and energetically puts us on the right track. I practice something I like to call Random Gratitude. It keeps my heart happy and my spirit bright. For instance, yesterday my random gratitude list included

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Connecting with Spirit

Connecting with Spirit

We’re all born connected with Spirit i.e. The Divine Spirit. This connectivity is a sort of Spiritual Bluetooth which is always ON. It receives and transmits non-stop. At times, we keep ourselves ‘turned off’. Our psychic or intuitive abilities do not feel the sacredness of that Divine Connectivity. Consequently, we start feeling absence of Spiritual Blessings.

However, it’s the Faith that charges our batteries. It’s the faith that encourages us to get connected. Will power is all we need to start receiving and transmitting Signals of Mercy and Peace.

Change, Change, Change

First, I would like to say Thank You! Thank you for inviting me into your inbox. I’m excited to finally be rolling out my monthly e-mailer which I hope will be an avenue for you to get re-acquainted with your own heart’s desires, divine purpose and passions. My intention is to provide insights on how you can strengthen your relationships with both spirit and others and to provide spiritual tools to enhance your daily lives, bridging the gap between heaven and earth.

Doing Great Things
For me, this year has been filled with lots of change. I am a firm believer that change is good even though it comes with its own special breed of growing pains. It seems to me that when we are being pushed to do great things obstacles, fears and perceived challenges many times race to the forefront to deter us from progress. I have had my fair share of those things this year but I have also felt the steady love and support from heaven that encouraged me to keep on keeping on.

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