The Good

Forget the moment, I’m here for Eternity….


Everyone is like, “live in the moment, be one with the moment…”.

Well, what if the moment is very painful? What do you do then? Sit and wallow in the pain? No, you hide out in the past or the future. Now is this the best solution? Maybe not, but it’s a defense mechanism, so who are we to say why it does what it does. Yes, we can be situationally present. But for a person whose loved one has just passed unexpectedly, the mind just doesn’t even want to think about that right now. It’s too hard to contemplate such a bad scenario. This is where we have to become warriors who time travel. We move from one moment to another, to gain situational context. Instead of thinking of the death, the mind should cross-reference some situation of faith, which they could serve to reinforce our obvious need to actually be ok with what’s happening. That’s what needs to happen, but sadly the memory of faith doesn’t always pop up.

Instead, people think about a past sorrow and think that just such a trauma will continue to happen on a perpetual basis. This is why positive spiritual rituals and reinforcement is necessary. This way when darkness attacks our life, we don’t fall apart like a pile of thinly glued popsicle sticks. We can’t always be in “absolute strength mode”, but we also don’t have to come to pieces emotionally because something in the physical world didn’t meet our expectations.

The real warrior has 10 backup plans and never looks at reality as the solution…

Reality is the problem… Our effort is the solution….



Austin is an experienced Astrologer, Numerologist, and a veteran Tarot Card Reader. ( (And more recently a veteran Cajun Relief Member... He has also studied the occult sciences for the past six years. Austin’s spiritual quest began at the age of 19 when his father died. This tremendous loss filled him with grief and led him down a negative land self-destructive life path. After immersing himself in the way of Psychology, Philosophy and Spirituality he discovered Meditation and the Hermetic Arts and was guided out of the darkness that had befallen him. It was precisely at this time that Austin learned a valuable life lesson about how he could help himself. He realized that the only way to make life a rich, rewarding adventure was to help others. Astrology, Tarot, and Numerology offered him a new avenue that enriched his quest of making a positive difference in other people’s lives. This holistic approach gave him a thirst for self improvement and led him to become a Tai Chi and Chi Gong practitioner; and instilled in him a deep love for nature. All his life experiences and accomplishments gave him a personal philosophy: in order to make life rewarding he needed to do his part to make the world a better place and in order to make the world a better place he needed to help others because helping others was really all about healing himself. This personable, caring, authentic behavior is what separates him from other practitioners in the field. Book a session with Austin and experience an immediate, positive shift in your life. Be prepared to ask the deeper questions about where you truly want your life to go. Astrology, tarot, and numerology allowed Austin a new avenue of expression and a way to make a positive difference in others’ lives. He is also a Tai Chi and Qi Gong practitioner, in addition to having a deep love for nature. His personable, caring, authentic manner is what separates him from other practitioners in his fields. Book a session with Austin and experience an immediate shift in your life. Be prepared to ask the deeper questions about where you truly want your life to go.

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