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Peace on Earth ?!

Posted on November 29, 2016 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (782)

"Be the change that you want to see in the world." ~~ Mahatma Gandhi

With so much going on in the world, sometimes it seems that negativity abounds; do not let it imperviate your soul. Try to change the negativity into positvity. Be kind to others. Help the needy. Smile at strangers. Make someone laugh. Make music, write a poem, walk with nature, dance, enjoy your work and your life. Love yourself and love others. <3

Let's make 2017 a year of LOVE and PEACE for all humankind!

Love of Contemporary Acceptance

Posted on April 15, 2016 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (323)

Living life as a psychic & medium is and always will be a learning experience. I learn more about myself and my own abilities from every reading that I do, whether it is a spirit channeling, "cold" clairvoyant reading, or a Tarot spread.

Over the years, several people have asked me "How do you know that?" "How do you do that?" I can't really explain it - I just DO IT. It's a natural part of who I am. Just as some people are naturally good at basketball, or playing piano, or doing mathematics, I am naturally good at being a psychic medium and healer. As with any other talent, I have to practice, and am learning new things all the time - every day. This is one of the reasons that I offer the free readings every month: To keep my skills sharp. I also like to help others.

I love what I do! I am so blessed that my abilities are finally more accepted within the mainstream... For so long I kept most of it to myself, sharing my abilities with only close friends and family. It felt very cathartic to "come out" as a psychic medium a few years ago, and to publish this website and have a FaceBook page. The more advertising I get, the more readings I do. The more readings I do, the more I learn, and the more validation I get for what I do. Every psychic likes validation, let me tell you!

It's fantastic to see so many careers available to us now, such as psychic detectives, medical intuitives, mediums, intuitive consultants, remote viewers, ghost whsiperers, psychic knowers, and many more. Did you know that many large companies hire psychics for various reasons? Truth! It's a useful skill that deserves a place in society, and it is finally happening! We (psychic mediums) need no longer feel "weird" or strange or out-of-place. We have a role now, and are grateful to be able to do a job that we love, a job that helps others, and a job that we were meant to do.

So, thank you. Thank you for accepting us, accepting me, and believing.

"All the great spiritual masters - Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed - became great because of their revolutionary teachings and beliefs. It is good to question all, for the truth endures scrutiny very well."

~ Sonia Choquette

Dreams etc.

Posted on December 22, 2015 at 12:10 AM Comments comments (321)

Earlier in this blog, I posted some things about the dreams that I have had in relation to one of my own past lives, as a young girl from India. Lately, I have had more dreams in relation to this life. In one dream, a male character was speaking the same words over and over again. Upon awakening, I had no clue what these words meant (not of the English language), so I had to research them for their meanings. The words he kept speaking ("Mani Malla boon") were a warning, I believe, and are perhaps telling of the last war - Armageddon - whatever you want to call it, where "Good versus Evil." Many bad forces coming into play, and we all need to be prepared. No matter which religion or spirituality you practice (or don't practice), this is something we have all thought about - "The End of the World" as we know it.

Another dream I had recently was a very very good dream for me, personally. I was levitating, willingly, higher and higher, and a good friend of mine was with me. She was excited for me, saying "You did it! You did it!" Another medium was also nearby, and he was smiling at me, knowing what an accomplishment this is, spiritually. Indian Yogis often work towards this level of "enlightenment," where they can levitate, higher and higher, through practice similar to Yoga. I had previously had dreams of flying, etc, but none as vivd and seemingly real as this one, where I woke up feeling that I was actually lifted off of my bed!

***If you would like to know more about YOUR dreams, and what they mean or can signify or predict, my Dream Interpretation package is perfect, and is very affordable. Dreams reveal much more than we often realize; there is the spiritual interpretations, the psychological interpretations, and sometimes, yes, they are meaningless ways for our brains to "power down." My reports are always thorough; I take into consideration all of these various possibilities, and use my intuitions to decipher their true meaning. 


Posted on December 17, 2015 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (40)



Ancients believed that the peacock had flesh that did not decay after death; early Christian paintings and mosaics used peacock imagery.

Peacock imagery was often used at Easter, symbolic of RESURRECTION.

The peacock replaces its feathers annually, and is therefore a symbol of RENEWAL.

Early belief held that the Gates of Paradiso were guarded by a pair of peacocks.

The peacock has the ability to eat poisonous snakes without harm.

Both Origen and Augustine refer to peacocks as a symbol of RESURRECTION.

The Greeks dedicated the peacock to Juno, the goddess of the sky and stars, in recognition of the bird’s golden and blue circles.

“By the peacock” was a sacred oath because the peacock was thought to have the power of RESURRECTION, like the Phoenix.

A necklace of amethyst, peacock feathers, and swallow feathers are thought to be a talisman against evil sorcery.

Christians thought, in early times, that the peacock’s blood could dispel evil spirits.

The peacock often appears amongst the animals the Nativity scene.

Two peacocks drinking from a chalice symbolizes REBIRTH .

Angels are often depicted with four wings made of peacock feathers.

In mythology, peacock feathers were akin to the “evil” are “all-seeing” eye, because of the eye-like designs on the feathers.

In the western world, the peacock is the “slayer of serpents.”

Alchemists thought that the fan of the peacock (cauda pavonis) was associated with images useful in turning base metals into gold.



Posted on November 28, 2014 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (46)

With this year's holiday season approaching, I wanted to write about my own gratitude. I am grateful for my parents, who helped to mold me into who I am today, and always taught me to approach life with the best attitude, no matter what happens. I'm grateful for my siblings - we are all different yet alike in the most fundamental ways... Full of love and empathy and a true adoration for all children and innocents. I am grateful for my husband, who has stuck with me for so many years, believing in me and every choice I have made, loving me and helping me in so many ways. I am grateful for my children, without whom my life would lose much of its true purpose; my son and my daughter are the loves of my life! I am grateful for all of my other family members - blood and non-blood - and my fantastic little posse of loyal friends. I am grateful for my clients, and all of those who allow me to attempt to help and guide them, if in some small way. I am grateful for creativity; without it, I would be incomplete. I am grateful for my Spirit Guides and my Guardian Angel and Jesus and God. I am grateful for the awareness which they all allow me to experience. Most of all, I am grateful for every breath that I take, as it gives me another moment to love, experience, help, and LIVE in this body, in this lifetime.


Posted on October 17, 2014 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (5132)

Yesterday, October 16th, I was fortunate enough to be part of an episode of the Travel Channel show "Dead Files Revisited."This episode will air around February, 2014 - I'll post an exact date when I have one. It was an amazing experience!

Prior to being contaced for this event, I had been meditating and talking to my Spirit Guides. I was feeling lost and a bit frustrated... I asked them out loud: "Please show me a sign - guide me - and I mean, an OBVIOUS sign. Am I on the correct path? Please, and thank you!" Forty-five minutes later I received an email about being a part of the tv show "Dead Files Revisited." What an amazing example of validation that my guides are always there for me!

Everyone has guides - whether you want to call them Guardian Angels, Spirit Guides, or what have you. Do you know what their purpose is? Do you know what their JOB is, here on earth? TO HELP US. The key is simply, to ASK. They are waiting for you to ask for their assistance. Don't get me wrong - you don't want to waste their energy (or yours) asking them for unimportant proofs and such. However, if it is important to YOU, then it is important to THEM, because YOU are their main focus here. Don't forget that!

I've been validated time and time again, of my own guides working with me and for me. I'm so very blessed to have such love around me, every moment of every day.

Poetry of Others: Points-of-View

Posted on October 6, 2014 at 11:05 AM Comments comments (39)

As an empath/psychic medium, I have always had the ability to very easily (and sometimes involuntarily!) "put myself in their [others'] shoes," so-to-speak... With my poetry, I convey certain things in a way which enables me to be creative with words. I've been a poet since I could write, and I've been empathic/psychic probably since I was born. It just makes sense to combine the two. :)

Here are some poems told from the POV of OTHERS. In some cases, they spoke through me; in others, my guides are talking; in some, I am using my abilities to feel the situation first-hand.

Scholastically, these are not my best poems, but they certainly are some of my favorites. These poems are, in a sense, enabling the others (spirits) and myself to convey something - a snapshot image? a message? a declaration? a confession? a plea for help? -  to the rest of the world.


I took the coins, gripped and hidden

in a tiny pocket

near my loins as I ran...thinking

"We must eat we must eat we must eat."

I was only twelve. Hungry. Dirty.

Tired. Scared.


for Mother and Ginny.

Gold glistened when I turned

the discs in my hands;

Ginny listened, trying her best

to understand. She was just

five years old -

Skinny and pale, sullen and cold...

Mother looked older than her

twenty-nine years...

Wrinkles, cracks, grey-hairs


Tears in her eyes as I

showed her

my prize.


My son is gone. My son my son my son is gone. There is no God; no God I know

would take my son. No God I know would allow this war. Where

is God? God is gone - He doesn't care.  I'm so angry at Him!


M Y   O N L Y   S O N  !

He was too young. How dare You? How dare You take my only son?

He was too young. He was too young.

My only son. My only son, Caroline...He was too young.


You think me wizard, you think me Mage,

I am a guardian of the gate. I sit and wait

As judge and jury - I am the final step in

Your Fate. Come to me pure, or turned

Away you shall be; I foresee nothing; your

Free Will allows you good or ill.

Choose carefully your path to me.

Quotes on LIFE & Maturity

Posted on June 2, 2014 at 11:40 AM Comments comments (40)

Life is the childhood of our immortality.

~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The best use of life is to spend it for something that outlasts life.

~ William James

Let us so live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.

~ Mark Twain

No person who is enthusiastic about his work has anything to fear from life.

~ Samuel Goldwyn

Maturity is the time of life when, if you had the time, you'd have the time of your life.
~ Anonymous

A retentive memory is a good thing, but the ability to forget is the true toke of greatness.
~ Elbert Hubbard

A happy family is but an earlier heaven.

~ John Bowring

You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson


Posted on May 26, 2014 at 10:35 PM Comments comments (42)

Bold greens swirling up up up -

Meshing with the universe, twisting

Into tight golden funnels - they

Pierce down to the earth.

It has always been this way.

Quietly, I look up, and then I look

At you looking up. Then,

I look away.

We smile simultaneously, bright

White light surrounding us.

Inspirational Quotes:

Posted on May 1, 2014 at 11:45 AM Comments comments (308)

“It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else.”

― Erma Bombeck

“Until you're ready to look foolish, you'll never have the possibility of being great."
― Cher

Fearlessness is the first requisite of spirituality. Cowards can never be moral. 
― Mahatma Gandhi

"I believe in everything until it's disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it's in your mind. Who's to say that dreams and nightmares aren't as real as the here and now?"                 
— John Lennon

"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift."

— Albert Einstein

"One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn't pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore your faith in yourself."

— Lucille Ball

Doubt isn't the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith.

— Paul Tillich


 "My soul is in the sky."
—  William Shakespeare (A Midsummer Night's DreaM)