It’s Okay to Let Go of Outdated Beliefs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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Those Who Greet Us at the End of “The Tunnel of Light”

I did a reading for a friend recently. He has always been interested in death and the afterlife, working in the medical field, and even a hospital morgue when he was younger. He has studied near death experiences (also known as NDE’s), and has tried to learn everything he can…

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Burning In Hell For All Eternity? Nope.

Recent headlines about the U.S. President making horrifying remarks about a dead senator burning in hell really upset me. Not only is speaking of a colleague in such a negative manner, extending the pain of grief for the deceased’s loved ones, absolutely abominable, it’s also propagating the religious narrative that…

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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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Vision Board 2018: “The Kids Are All Right”

My daughter and son were recently in my car when a woman ran a red light and t-boned them, sending them spinning into a 3rd car and careening through a construction fence. My car is a total loss, but not a scratch on my children. Interestingly enough, just a couple…

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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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Manifest like The Magician

I hosted a Tarot Party at my place yesterday, and I had a raffle for an Annual Tarot Reading PLUS a 60-minute Tarot session with me. Tickets were $1 each or 6 for $5. My kid’s friend, Olamide, entered the raffle with one ticket. He wrote “Lucky!” in the right…

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Worried or Angry? Be Grateful!

If you are ever worried or angry, and you don’t wish to wallow or even drown in those feelings, be grateful. Find something to be thankful for. Focus on the area in the middle of your forehead, slightly above your brow line, and send gratitude from that place, out into the…

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“Not Everybody Likes My Latte…”

Yesterday sucked. Well, not the entire day. Really only ten hours sucked, from 11:00AM to  9:00PM. It started off like I always try to begin my morning. Rise, intention, chakra opening, coffee, breakfast, blah, blah, blah. Then I had a client who I allowed to completely throw me off. In…

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Broke (for now) and Fine (always)

Mike Jagger sang, “You can’t always get what you want…. but you get what you need.”  This is my life right now, and I’m fine with that. In the previous two years, I have lived a relatively comfortable material life from a good-paying job as a travel agent. I left…

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