Evolutionary Women Radio Show: August 28, 2012

News! Next week on August 28, 2012 at 11:00AM, Pacific Time I will be joining my very dear friend, Pernilla Lillarose on her radio show, “Evolutionary Women“. Pernilla hosts a wonderful show about how authentic feminine power is making a difference in the world and I am honored to be her next guest. Some of the things we’ll be talking about include how I got where I am now as a practicing medical intuitive and teacher, some of the challenges […]

Reading Between the (Intuitive) Lines

In my workshops, with my students, and in communications with clients I am continually excited and encouraged by the intuitive talent and enthusiasm. Everyone is always very eager to learn and I have yet to come across even one person with no inherent intuitive spark. True, it is sometimes buried by many, many layers of self-doubt – but it is still there. The most popular question: How do I make my intuition stronger? The most common mistake (that I’ve seen): […]

The Appreciation Game

Build a better mousetrap – or failing that, buy one. This was my parents’ problem many years ago. A very annoying, irritating problem. You see, they had a successful supply enterprise and as part of this business they kept a dry goods warehouse – a warehouse that was fast becoming “Costco for Mice”. They tried everything to get rid of the mice and nothing worked very well. And with mice, unless you are 100% successful you still have 100% of […]

Wanting Big & Playing Small

In high school I used to have the weirdest dreams. And I mean weird. Banana-morphing-into-dog-chasing-me type of weird. I would report them to the girl that sat in front of me in Grade 11 French class (she liked hearing them, or at least she looked like she did) and we got a good laugh.┬áNo analysis or discussions of symbolism, just laughs and the occasional “my god what did you eat last night before bed?!?” A few nights ago I had […]

Teaching… the teacher

Doing intuitive development workshops each month has turned into a very rewarding experience, much more than I even expected it to. And I did expect a lot. I expected that the experience would bring me into contact with great people, help me get comfortable giving talks and facilitating workshops, and teach me the ins-and-outs of speaking to groups. And nab me a few friends along the way. All that has happened but what I didn’t expect was how much deeper […]