Last year was a big year for me as a woman, as a medical intuitive, as a friend, a daughter, a girlfriend, as a student of life.
2012 was essentially a year of change – for me, for friends, for clients, maybe for you too. Big change, uncomfortable change, joyful change.
It was also a big year of letting go, of things falling away, dear things I thought were concrete and sure and most definitely had a place in my life:
- A friend that was like a sister
- A beloved
- The closest thing I had to an older brother
- A mentor
- A dream
So much (and so many) dropped away that I stopped keeping track (a mistake to begin with) and was forced to take a close, uncomfortable look at what it was doing to me to try to hang on to what was leaving and falling apart.
I took a deep breath.
I didn’t like what I saw. Read More
We all haul psychic burdens around every day, every hour, even in sleep, and it’s no wonder our physical bodies scrunch and tighten, the vertebrae strained and stressed, to try to compensate for these energetic weights.
A psychic burden is simply something you are carrying in your psyche – your mind – letting it weigh you down, unable to let it go no matter how much you think you want to.
Here’s a truth about me: I put my foot in mouth more often than I’d like (albeit accidentally). I’ll say something that feels fairly innocent and innocuous (to me) only to cringe later and realize it wasn’t the best thing to say (out loud).
Embarrassed and contrite, 99% of the time I’ll apologize.
But then, very occasionally I won’t. In those one or two incidences, I’ll push back, “No, it’s not me – it’s you. Yes it is, it’s you.” Read More
“Medical Intuitive” is one of those professions where (almost always), after I’ve introduced myself, I’m trying to explain what it is that I do. These explanations can be tricky since I’ve got to straddle a fine line between passion and getting caught up in dizzying illustrations of energy bodies and congested emotions, and just what’s simple and easy-to-understand.
Depending on how good a job I’ve done, my explainee could walk away clearer or… running. If I’ve gotten my conversation companion really interested, there’s the chance the subject could veer off, waaaay off, into the deep end of “ghosts”, the paranormal, etc.
It’s off the deep end because while the existence of these things is a somewhat separate matter from medical intuition I will say that learning to work with energy and teaching medical intuitive training did open me up to the unseen possibilities and the fact that there is a whole lot more going on in the world than what our physical senses tell us.
Have I had experiences that would qualify as paranormal? Yes, absolutely.
Have I had times where I thought something spooky was going on but it was really just me being weird? Oh yes… and I’ll get to that in a moment. Read More
I have a scar on my lower right inner calf. It’s fairly faint, you likely would never see it unless I sat you down, propped my foot up, bared my lower leg and traced it with my finger.
It’s not noticable at all and even if it were, I’ve had it so long that its appearance is of zero concern. There’s even a story to go along with it: I had a mad crush on the boy next door and he used to give me rides around the block on his motorcycle. Unfortunately I was 4 years old at the time, no one was thinking clearly, and one day my bare little shorts clad leg touched the hot muffler for a brief second.
Yes. “Burn!” in more ways than one. That was the end of my fascination with motorcycles and the only souvenirs of my brief one-sided romance are a childhood anecdote and a medium-sized (though very faint) love scar.
Everyone has at least one scar and a story to go along with it. At least one physical scar, and more than one emotional scar.
Looking through the lens of my medical intuitive training my primary concern is always the emotional scar. How did it start? What is it trying to tell you? How do we heal it and stop it from spreading or stagnating? Read More
I kept my New Year’s Resolution of 2012 – to not make any resolutions!
Instead I vowed in 2012 that I would strive to continue learning and be open to all new lessons that came my way.
Among the top 5:
- I am very good with metaphors and using them to explain my medical intuitive clients’ energy fissures
- I am very horrible at explaining to hairdressers how I want my hair cut
- If I just bring a picture to my stylist it will save me from strange hair (it took 4 weird cuts before I caught on to this one)
- If I need help, to put my pride away and just ask – help is always seconds away
- It is better to add than subtract
I won’t lie. Sitting here with normal hair after 8 months of weird hair, I am most happy about lessons #2 and #3. But for this post I’ll focus on #5.
Regarding lesson #5, and seeing that it is “New Year’s Resolution Time”, I will add my couple of cents. Read More