Tami Urbanek-Medium, Clairvoyant, Advanced Tai Yi Practitioner, Teacher

A medium is a person who receives information, from a deceased person or a spirit guide, in the form of feelings, images, emotions, and words, to communicate to a physical person. A medium is the ‘middle’ person that can offer information to other people.

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Imagination

Most children like to use their imagination. And why not? It’s a fabulous tool with which to entertain the mind. I remember as a child, I would ride my bicycle and pretend to be a school bus driver. I thought it would be so much fun to drive a bus! I rode my bike short distances, would stop, and pretend to open the imaginary door using my imaginary handle. Then on rainy or cold days, I would pretend to be a fast food employee handing out food through the drive-thru window. Apparently, I also had no idea how little these two jobs actually pay! I used my imagination to entertain myself. It’s a beautiful way to foster creativity too.

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Join Me September 30th, 2014!

Come by and see me at my booth for Empowerment Through Healing at Sundance Mountain Lodge! They are having a ribbon cutting as they change their name to Sundance Monument Lodge and are hosting many local businesses.

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Abilities

Many children are not fitting the mold. The mold to follow directions, act ‘normal’, or match other personalities in the household. This is a good thing. However, in some families it’s really important to maintain a perception of normal, to fit in. In this case, the ‘non-normal’ child may be seen as a black sheep of the family. Some adults reading this may see themselves as the black sheep of their family too!

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Mothers Should Not Do That

I’ve never been one that has felt strongly attached to tradition. As a child, I was always perceived as different and after I grew up, I was still seen as different. I didn’t and don’t follow the mainstream way of life. Even as a teacher, I was perceived as different. My lesson plans; instruction, and interactions with kids were all different from the ‘normal’ teacher. Though, I feel very normal. Actually, I should say I feel natural to who I am.

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Are You Trying To Make Me Mad?

Over the years of my adolescence and young adulthood, I would witness parents punishing their small children as if their children were trying to be bad. As a teenager, I didn’t know one way or another if the child was trying to act out. But as I grew older and had my own daughter and now my grandson, I usually take the position that the small child is NOT trying to be bad.

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