Left or Right? There’s Always a Wrong Answer.

I tried to stay out of the political arena for most of the year, but I have failed miserably. I kept questioning whether or not I was truly a spiritual helper and teacher if I kept getting caught up in the “feelings of politics”. I turned to several Buddhist and…

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Filling Your Cup

I was doing a psychic reading today, when my guides showed me a beautiful metaphor. I love using metaphors in my work because they make the information accessible and easy to understand for my clients. This client is going through a big break-up. She still has some love for the…

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Viruses, Masks, and Spirituality

Since March, my roommate (adult daughter) and I, have mostly quarantined. We go out when we need groceries, trying to limit that to once a week. On Fridays we get a “cheat meal” from a local restaurant. Early in the pandemic, we masked up right away, well before local mandates…

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Cutting Out the Sickness

I have been actively praying and connecting with the energy of The Divine Feminine, The Holy Mother, for many months. I’ve been trying to fix my relationships with others in my “blood family”, and my “chosen family” (friends), and even the world at large. There is one relationship in particular…

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Life’s Waning Energy

Twice this year, I have done readings for friends who have lost a sibling, leaving behind their family and, specifically, their mother. I did a reading in January for a friend whose mother just past. I went back to look at what I’d sent her: I am being taken to…

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It’s Okay to Let Go of Outdated Beliefs

Recently in meditation, I was shown this idea… Sometimes we want to hold on to beliefs so tightly, wrapping them around us like a second skin. We believe, or rather know (because we’re not “knowing” anything else at the moment), that we cannot live without this layer. When in fact,…

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Suicide and the Spirit

With the recent deaths of celebrities by their own hand, along with personal mediumship readings connecting with those who have done the same, I felt compelled to distribute what has been shared with me on the “spiritual consequences” of suicide.

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What’s the Point of Freaking Out?

My car was totaled this week, my dog had cancer surgery (giving him an enormous 10-inch incision), and I am flat broke. It sounds like the opening lines to a bad country song. I admit I was a little freaked out when my daughter called, but I felt better when…

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Death as Death

I found out a friend passed a couple of days ago. We weren’t very close, but we bonded over mediumship, specifically a medium we both followed. After seeing a comment of mine, she came to me for her very first psychic/Tarot reading. I found out that she was going through…

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Find Peace in Connection

Meditating on the idea of peace, and I was reminded that it comes when everyone remembers their connection to each other. It is recognizing “The Source”, or God, in each living thing (including other species, plants, the ocean, the earth…). Mother Teresa understood it.

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Know Your Ignorance

Embrace your ignorance! (But please don’t do it by putting yourself or others in harm’s way.) To learn, to grow, you have to KNOW there is an ignorance within that can only be filled through knowledge. You needn’t only bury your face in books to gain knowledge. Learning is brought…

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My Enlightenment is Better than Yours

or A QUICK LESSON IN EGO-CHECKING An old friend recently posted a meme online making fun of the “sheeple” who follow social media trends without thinking (ex: the Parisian flag overlay on Facebook following the mass murders on November 13 this year).  She said, “No offense to any of my…

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Is Gratitude or Sadness in the Driver’s Seat?

    Everyone experiences periods when the “rougher” emotions take over. It’s OK to feel and experience them, but at some point, you have to let love, joy and gratitude take back the wheel.

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Forgiveness is for the Forgiver

When I participated in Deepak Chopra’s meditation for compassion this past week, he said several things which really resonated with me. I think one of the most important for people to hear was his response to a question about forgiveness: “Forgive not because the other person deserves it, but because…

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