Archives for October 2009


Just a little something to think about today.

Most of the human race lives in any time but the present.

We walk around talking and thinking about what happened – before now.

• What someone did to us
• how we blew an interview
• how we hurt someone
• what we “should have done” in a certain situation

Or……….we talk and think about “one day…………”

• we think “one day I will have the home I want”, rather than trying to make our existing home a comforting and welcoming place.
• we work so many hours so that one day we can spend time with our families. Meanwhile, our children grow up and leave home. By the time we have time they are gone.

This is not to say our past cannot help us to learn. Sometimes we need to remember things so that we do not repeat painful mistakes.
We may need to think of our future to the point that we don’t behave recklessly.

There is nothing wrong with avoiding painful relationships because of what we have learned. There is nothing wrong with saving up money for a house.

But really the only thing we have fore certain, 100% of the time, without fail, is the moment we are in now. What are you doing with your moment?

Intention Heals Project

I received this email last week and wanted to share it with all of you.  I think it is a very interesting event and the results may end up surprising you.  What one feels, all feel. We are all a part of the same energy. I am looking forward to seeing the results of this Project.

I went to see Adam Dreamhealer about 4 years ago and have subscribed to his newsletters ever since. He’s a very interesting fellow. A truly gifted healer. Might be worth checking him out for yourself.  You can use the links below to take part in this event. Everything that follows is the text from the email I received.

First Global Intention Heals Project

Adam has put together a project which will involve thousands of participants from around the world.The purpose is to demonstrate if we can use our intentions to influence the brain waves of others and consequently their healing.

He is requesting that you and your friends or contacts participate in this truly global project. On November 8th, (01:15pm PST) at the Vancouver workshop all 700 attendees and Adam will be focusing on sending specific intentions to an individual hooked up to an EEG monitor. This individual will have a health issue that we are going to focus our healing intentions on, using a visualization that Adam will announce.

We have also contacted over 50,000 on our newsletter, Facebook and Twitter to inspire as many participants as possible in order to make this project a success. This will be the first of many research projects planned for the future through DreamHealer.

Most who are following Adam’s journey know that our intentions influence our health and our reality. Since Adam knows without a doubt that our intentions have an influence on our health, he has a desire to prove it scientifically. Although many of you also understand this, it is important to conduct the scientific research to help others make decisions with regards to their healing.

Access to this project can be found on our main website. By signing up to participate you will be given a link to view details of the visualization to be used; a picture of the individual who will be hooked up to the EEG and some information on this individual. His picture will be placed on that page within 5 minutes of the start of the project. This will allow time for the EEG equipment to be set up first.

In Closing
“What appears to separate us is only illusionary. It follows that what we do for ourselves is ultimately what we do for everyone. Helping everyone is therefore an unavoidable outcome of truly helping ourselves.” – Adam.



How are you treating yourself?

So I’m learning to take the time out to be kinder to myself. Are you?

For so many years, with having a young family to take care of I never made the time for myself anymore. I was working a lot, too much, and worrying too much about cleaning the house and making my family comfortable to consider how it was impacting me.

This past summer it caught up with me big time. I ended up being not much use to anyone. Not to family, myself or my clients. Not exactly the result I was looking for.
For the last few months, I have been doing my darndest to put myself up there on my priority list. I am feeling better for it. I have more energy, more time in my days – mostly due to the fact that I am taking time for me, and not just praying for a chance to sleep or nap.

I got to the point where I found that there were days I just couldn’t wait for tomorrow, because I was too tired to do anything else. I kept thinking “tomorrow will be better, I will get a good sleep and feel better and be able to do more tomorrow”. It often didn’t work out that way. The next day I was just as tired as I was the day before.

I think part of the issue was the ‘able to do more tomorrow’ part. I would often find myself waking up early in the morning thinking of all the things I wanted or needed to take care of that day. Of course this kept me from getting back to sleep and I would wind up with another tired day. Another day of waiting for tomorrow before I allowed myself to feel better.

Most of us need to learn that it is okay to relax. If we take out some time in our day for ourselves it does not make us a bad person. Quite the contrary. There were so many nights that I was just exhausted. I would put my son to bed and be so tired that I did not have the patience to deal with the 8 year old child things that came up. My son would get a little goofy, or need a drink of water or just want to talk and I found myself saying “I’m sorry honey, mommy is so very tired, can you just get into bed, I don’t have much patience right now”. I didn’t like to feel that way, but exhaustion has a funny way of turning everything upside down.

Last February I went for lunch with a girlfriend that I had not seen since November. When I saw her, I said “Have you been working out big time or what!?!?”
She looked fabulous. All toned up and firm and she’d lost 25 pounds or so. She told me she’d let me in on her secret. She took me to a local place here in Chilliwack called Gentl Bella. The have these vibration machines there that you stand on and they use vibration to work your muscles. My first thought was that it was cheating. I had been working out on my elliptical trainer for 8 months, had lost over 30 pounds and felt great. I wanted to try the vibration machine but it just felt like it wasn’t really working if I didn’t sweat, I didn’t ‘feel the burn’ or come off panting.

I decided to try it anyway. I figured it wouldn’t hurt, and what’s wrong with things being easy for a change. I kept up with my elliptical but I added in the vibration machine too. I had reached a plateau at a 33 pound weight loss up to February. After adding the vibration machine to my workouts, I lost an additional 12 pounds. It changed things up and added just enough to get me past the plateau and get me back to the weight I was before. (I had gained about 45 pounds over the past 5 years).

I joined the ‘club’ and paid about $600 for 6 months worth of vibration. I must say, it is truly an amazing thing. I’m 43 now and like most women who are a bit older I was getting a bit of a jowl, and it was really hard to keep my upper arms from flapping in the breeze. The vibration machine helped me lose weight on (or firm up) my face, and helped to define my arms a lot better. I’m not saying I’m looking like I did in my 20’s but I look, and much more importantly, FEEL way better.

Once my membership at the club was done, around July sometime I bought my own vibration machine for use at home. I can’t even begin to tell you how wonderful these things are. I think I might see if I can get my hands on a few more units, or find a way to sell them myself. They are that awesome. I find they help with my energy levels a lot too. Imagine, a workout with no sweat.

Back to talking about taking care of yourself. There are many ways to take care of yourself. Something else I personally did was go to a naturopath. For years I had always thought “one day I’ll get around to it”. There always seemed to be other things that took precedence. I had heard that going to the naturopath could get expensive and everyone else’s needs always seemed more important. I could spend money on my kid, my husband, my horse, but when it came to spending money on myself I had a really hard time with that.

Some time in the spring, when I was at my wits end and tired as could be, I finally figured I really needed something. I didn’t know exactly what it was but I knew that my body needed attention because it was burning out. I went and had a few tests and things, and got some shocking results to some of my tests, and got on a really good vitamin and mineral regimen and its working. At the time I got my test results there was a part of me that cried out “just give me the prescription, I want to feel better right now!!” However, I’ve never been one to take a lot of medication without first trying to balance myself out with diet or exercise or energy work or meditation. So, here it is 3 months since I’ve been on all my new vitamins and I am feeling a lot better. If you have been on the fence about whether or not you deserve or can afford to go to a naturopath or other alternative health care provider, take this blog post as the “sign” you have been waiting for to go and take care of yourself. There are no coincidences.

In closing, I’d just like to say how much I care for and appreciate each and every one of you. It is Thanksgiving here in Canada and I have so much to be thankful for. Thank you for reading, you are amazing.

So many changes…

Just wanted to post a little update on what was going on with me, my life and my readings.

I have started to work my way through my waitlist now, but I’m not doing as many readings per week as I was doing before. I want to thank everyone for their kind words and loving energy over the past few months.

We all face challenges in our lives at some point, no matter who we are and it is important that we learn to listen to what our bodies and our surroundings are telling us. As I wrote in my last blog post, change happens. We can chose to hang on to the old and perhaps make ourselves suffer or feel uncomfortable or we can embrace the change and look forward to a different, yet more comfortable existence.

This is where I find myself now. In a space where I feel like I still want to help everyone. I am having a hard time letting go of doing one-on-one psychic readings. It is who I am, and what I have always done. It has been a large part of my life for a long time.

I appreciate each and every one of you who I have had the opportunity to connect with over my years of doing psychic readings. Without you my life would have been very different, and I love my life. I also appreciate everyone who takes the time out of their day to read this blog.

Along with some of the changes that are going on with me personally sometimes comes a feeling of fatigue. I wish I could help everyone, but being in human form myself, I must respect my physical limitations.

I have been told to cut down on the amount of readings I am doing. These days, when I do too many at once I find I get so tired that I sometimes cannot function fully for a day or three. I know darn well that one of the reasons I physically got to where I did is because I wasn’t listening. It is hard to listen to what our soul (via intuition) is telling us when it tells us to make big changes in our life. We get accostomed to what we have always done and it can be oh so hard to let it go.

I started this blog in hopes that it will be able to help those that wish to help themselves. I am only one. I do what I can, but I cannot help everyone one at a time. Hopefully what I write here and what you read here will help you on your path in this life.

I cannot do anything for you. With my readings comes gentle guidance. What you do with the information presented is and always has been up to you. I am hoping that by starting a blog and sharing with you, you will be more equipped to face your own challenges, learn to listen to your own intuition and to help yourself. It is my desire to be able to be of more help to more people by doing it this way.

I get somewhere around 1000 emails each week. Some weeks even more. Not all the emails I get are requests for readings, or are emails that I must write a reply to; however, these are the emails I must at least read or give some attention to. I don’t know how many there are that go through my spam folders, I quit counting those a long time ago. I am not writing this as an excuse, just trying to give a bit of an explanation on why it sometimes takes me longer than is courteous to get back to you.

Upon closing this post, I once again would like to say Thank You, I appreciate you.