Part of my work as a medium through Conscious Insight is to offer solace and perspective to individuals who have lost loved ones. Each session is an opportunity to reaffirm life’s continuous evolution. It is an honor to facilitate a sense of calm, connection, and closure.
I love the vibrant colors of fall, the crisp mornings, and soup making. As the days grow shorter it seems we have a desire to look inward and assess our progress on life’s road that can fluctuate from paved and smooth to rough and treacherous.
A brief conversation on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean became a lesson in life’s endless possibilities.
In the years I was teaching, when parents called to say their child would miss class due to travel, I cheered. Travel introduces us to change, cultures, cuisine, and teaches inclusion as it expands our universe.
This month I published my book, I’m Dying to Tell You: My Journey as a Medium, on Amazon.com. The idea began years ago when Joy, my mentor, recorded and transcribed my channeling sessions.
Hawaii was a long-desired vacation destination of my parents. My memory is somewhat faded, like looking through frosted glass as I scroll back to the age of twelve. They returned from the islands excited to share their adventures and bearing gifts for me.
A few months ago, a friend confessed that he loves looking at clouds, their ever-changing images and graceful movement. He was a bit embarrassed mentioning it. I see cloud gazing as a vastly underrated pastime, calming the mind, soothing the heart, and opening the imagination.
In a few days spring arrives. Spring opens the curtains and welcomes a fresh outlook, and a more expansive view comes into focus. With the drapes pulled back on spring, I begin to consider the year’s prospects: a trip, a new view of life, or a detour in nature.
Many stories have been shared about the power of visualization and dreams coming true. Our first house had an uncanny resemblance to the one on our vision board created two years before we purchased our home. Saturday, however, it happened on a smaller scale.
In January of 1970, I began my career in education. Fresh out of college, optimistic and ready to change the world…