I Just Want To Be Your Everything
Today's reading is from a song (more about that at the end).
"I Just Want To Be Your Everything" was Andy Gibb's second single, and first number one. His brother Barry sings background vocals, and the Eagles' Joe Walsh plays guitar.
It spent 31 weeks on the charts in 1977, and three of those were in the top spot that summer.
Since my class on Pendulums is today at Myztic Isle, I can't help but make a connection between this song and those rocks-on-strings.
I just want to be your everything
Open up the Heaven in your heart and let me be
The things you are to me
And not some puppet on a string
I think that, for many (including myself), using pendulums can be overwhelming and addictive. It opens up a new world, and it can be very exciting to use more and more pendulums to try and make more and more connections.
Just keep in mind that this shouldn't become a game of Pokemon (gotta catch 'em all). It is a great and amazing gift to be able to feel that energy, using a pendulum to connect to spirit and angels.
But having a giant pendulum collection that you never use, only to add to it at every opportunity, misses the point. Pendulums can be a terrific gateway tool on your metaphysical path. Connections made there are from those wanting to assist you and give you messages. Don't let them just become a big box of pretty rocks.
Spirits and Angels love music, and love to give us messages through music. This song comes from my Psychic Jukebox, which has almost nineteen thousand songs in it. I set it to play randomly, and asked my guides and angels to give me the song that was the message that was needed. I've posted the video of the song below if you'd like to listen - it's from Andy's appearance on Top Of The Pops in the U.K.
I also use my Psychic Jukebox in the readings on Psychic Tapestry's Love Show, heard on Blog Talk Radio every Friday at 5:00pm (Pacific) and in my readings at Myztic Isle on Mondays (get directions or make an appointment by visiting Myztic Isle's website RIGHT HERE)!
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Ken is a former skeptic turned music intuitive. You can read more about him on the ABOUT US page!