She was happy…

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My client had finally decided to leave her husband.

And after she made that difficult decision, a peaceful energy surrounded her and the logic of why it made sense to leave that unhealthy relationship became clear.

“The revelation that it’s time to end this marriage was beautiful. I’m super, super excited,” she said. “I rejoiced. I was actually singing. It was awesome.”

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing…

Previously, this client had been struggling with fear, grief, desperation and despair. But now she was coming from a place of strength. A place of joy and optimism.

“I’m creating what I want for my life and for my children,” she told me.

Listening to my client talk made my day. It was like witnessing the birth of a new human being. An enlightened being who was finally awakening to her own power, her own voice, her own mind, her own potential.

Such a being can never be held prisoner again…

I believe in empowering people. That’s what my Ifa divination practice is about. That’s what my upcoming film is about – an attempt to empower others.

Yet, even though my client said my Ifa spiritual readings helped to equip her with the clarity and insight she needed to move forward, I can’t take credit for the dramatic change.

She had to see the need for change herself. I’m glad the light finally came on, and I pray the light of self-love and self-respect and self determination will continue to burn brightly.

What about you?

Are you in an oppressive relationship like my client was? Are you free to think for yourself, be yourself, and express yourself?

Do your spiritual beliefs and practices uplift you or do they imprison you?

And what about your spiritual teachers? Are they empowering you or are they just empowering themselves while holding you back?

Relationships should uplift you, support you, inspire you…

But if your relationship revolves around despair, depression and oppression, maybe you should consider doing what my client has courageously done.

Know when you’ve had enough and move on with your life.


James Weeks
Producer/Across The King’s River