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Why do we meditate?
Meditation helps us know ourselves. It acts as a compass guiding our path.​

When we meditate regularly our energy is firmly rooted in the present, more readily practice mindfulness, and hear our intuition more clearly. We become neutral to energy flows around us.

Meditation helps us create a healthy equilibrium, managing emotions, competing priorities, and challenges with more ease.
Meditation Supports Healing
Creating a regular meditation practice brings thoughts, judgments, hurts, and hopes to our consciousness. It takes courage and discipline to sit in meditation and face these challenges. However, if our intention is to clear mental clutter, create healthy boundaries, replenish, rebalance, and focus our energy, and find a deeper connection to peace, gratitude, and insight, then creating a meditation practice is very fulfilling.

Being busy is an indicator that we need to meditate.
Being overworked, over-scheduled, and feeling tension in relationships are good indicators that we need to prioritize meditation. We have lost our equilibrium and need to regain connection to ourselves to get back on track. 

Feeling the pull to meditate but are on the go?
Take advantage of quiet places!
Find a bathroom stall, your car, an empty park bench, or a quite spot inside a coffee shop.
I have meditated in all of these places!

Have the Kids Join In
Kids of all ages respond to energy.
If you have kids and are grounded and calm and practicing mindfulness, they will feel it.
Do you notice them resisting your desire for balance?
Then become more engaged in your practice.
The stronger you are the more influence you have on shifting their energy.
Invite them to meditate with you. Teach them the tools. Explain to them the benefits.
Come up with examples of how they can use meditation in their life.

Make Afternoon Family Meditation Time
All you need is five minutes to shift everything.

The only one that will help you create balance and clarity is you!
Meditations helps us identify values and create boundaries.
These are two foundations we lack when we are stressed.
Meditation brings us back to equilibrium.
Redefine your use of time, empower yourself with your meditation foundations.
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I was crying deeply for at least 20 minutes, barely coming up for air. The thought came through, nothing is real, nothing is real. Wait, I was exploding deep emotion over the thought that nothing is real?

I have pondered this subject for quite some time and developed a working definition of what reality means to me.
Reality is our energetic vibration expressed in this dimension. Our energetic vibration is rooted through experiences that allows us to grow, create, and heal. Our energetic vibration is released through our experience of wins, losses, loves, laughs, and cries.

The intensity of my crying episode prodded me to investigate the root of my explosion. What was I really expressing when I said to myself, “Nothing is real”? I had no clue.

My outburst occurred in January 2018, and in October 2017 I turned 42. The topics I had been mulling over for months were leading me towards a new foundation from which I would perceive life.

Anatomy of My Midlife Crisis
Happiness
I have always used happiness as a guide, helping me make decisions to form the trajectory of my journey. My formula was simple: know yourself, act on intuition, and make choices that benefit the whole of society. I had decided to write an article on how to construct happiness using the formula as a guide. As I dove into writing I noticed that by placing focus on constructing happiness, I had been avoiding feelings relating to impermanence, an uncomfortable topic for me. This is when my existential crisis began to ignite. I was being confronted with an opportunity for personal growth and I needed to be open to receive the lessons. It was time to explore my fears and worries around impermanence. I pushed forward, confronting my feelings around creativity, death, stability, and use of time.

Creativity
I have always wanted to be a professional psychic. Through years of personal study and schooling, I have developed skills that allow me to help others with these skills. However, finding clients that are a match to my offerings has been a challenge. I thought to build a successful business I thought I needed to become an “expert” in web development, marketing, data analyzation, photography, and writing, let alone have the skills required of my profession. While these tools have helped me develop my voice, time spent in their development has meant less time in my meditation practice and psychic development, with family and friends, and in adventures is nature. I began to ask myself, what is my meaning of success? Are my expectations of my work reasonable? Ultimately, I identified the question that needed investigation: How do I match my intentions for my work in my profession with my values and priorities?

Death
I often help people who are in the process or losing a loved one, recently lost a loved one, or who are working through a relationship with a loved one that has passed. While employing my clairvoyant ability allows me to read clearly and be well protected from emotional interference, these consultations are highly emotional for those involved. I often leave the consultation deeply grateful and humbled to be involved in such an important transition in the client’s life as well as receive such profound insight into the human experience.

I have seen the energy of people days before they pass, when they are still fighting, or surrendering, or have their family near to support them in their process. I speak with beings who have committed suicide, been murdered, or who are in their later years and afraid to pass, unsure of what awaits them on the other side. Other times I speak with beings who have passed years ago. They enter the consultation space to communicate with their loved ones to offer their love and support. Sometimes the beings are so excited at getting a chance to express themselves through me that I receive a hug, healing, or thank you from them, breaking my barrier as the Medium to a participant in the consultation.

I am the communicator for my clients, the Medium between the worlds and dimensions. Through my foundation in meditation, I am firmly planted in this dimension. The transition from death on this planet to life in the next dimension is like walking through a doorway. I work the space between the doorway.

Life is as real in this dimension as it it to the beings in other dimensions. There is nothing different between our need for existence and theirs. The value in existence is our creation. It is in what we choose to create and how we give to ourselves, others, and society.

Even though I have gathered this understanding of life, death, and dimensions through my experiences, I am still not resolved when pondering my own mortality. My To Do List is long, my itinerary for experiences is deep, I still have a lot of work I want to do here. I am not so much concerned about leaving a legacy or mark on society as much as I am about having the opportunity of time to create what I want and help those that are a good match for my offerings.

It is hard to sit in my uncomfortableness with my own death while simultaneously being involved in the experience of it for so many others. 

Stability
I began to think that if happiness is a construct of experience and not the meaning of life, and impermanence and death are consistently inherent, then what the heck creates stability? What does stability even mean? What makes someone feel stable in their life? What is the difference between spiritual stability and physical stability. Is there a difference? Further, I couldn’t analyze the question of stability without considering money as a foundational piece of this attribute. I questioned, what is my relationship to money? What makes me feel successful and/or affluent?

Time
If the foundation of life is impermanence, am I using my time in accordance with my values and priorities in relation to what I want to create in this lifetime? What tasks in my day support creation, what detract? I needed some gauges to help me understand how I am using my time. So I consider my priorities: I want to embrace healthy relationships, a healthy and strong body, a good spiritual practice, and work in alignment with my skills and desire to be a good contributor and positive force in society.

Managing the Growth Period
January through March felt messy. I had difficulty focusing on anything. At the end of the day I was left wondering how I had spent my time. This was a new feeling for me as I usually have a game plan and like to stay on task. Spinning in the glory of chaos was a difficult adjustment. I referenced an article I had written for Sedona Journal of Emergence August 2017, 2018 Predictions. This article had all the steps and information I needed to help me stay on track even though I felt lost. I had written my intentions and was following their lead. I checked in on the article to understand the tide of the energy I was in and that gave me some comfort to know I was moving with the energy instead of against it or ignoring it.

Catalyst for Breakthrough
Embracing Impermanence
I meditated some but it was hard to go into my practice. When things are wonky it is hard to sit in meditation with them… especially when I feel like I am sitting with them at all hours of the day already. So, I just did my best day to day. The tool of meditation is how it can get you out of a deep pickle. I was definitely lost and spinning from what I did not understand what was happening to me. One day I was in meditation and began to look for the roots of my crying outburst. I sat there and used my tools to help me ground and release energy (see Mentorship for more information). I let the dingy roll and the process work. Then, suddenly what came from the space was the need to embrace impermanence. I released my resistance to the feeling as I was in deep need for insight. I flowed with the feeling and was lead to this experience of understanding it as a root to existence. Being comfortable with embracing impermanence was the foundation I was looking for. If i accepted inconsistent nature of everything, I could construct my life from there. In meditation I have been taking moment where I just let go into the unknown and embrace impermanence. Acknowledging the central theme of existence is impermanence, made me face every fear I had been hiding from.

From this place, I began to redefine everything.

Happiness
Happiness is not the meaning of life. Happiness has its place as a byproduct of making mindful choices based on acting in accordance with values and priorities. It is an expression gauging the success within my co-creating process.

Creativity
The human experience lies within the acknowledgement and practice of being a creator. I create to form an alignment with my intentions. My intentions are steps to manifesting my journey, an expression of my unique voice. There is no promise that my creations will form with my intentions into manifestation, but that does not matter. My fulfillment comes from the process of creation and gift of growth.

Death
In not accepting my death, I am attaching value on the goals of my ego to abundantly create in this lifetime. When I enter the experience of impermanence, I loving move away from this attachment. I find focus and freedom in the present moment as it is my opportunity to express my voice and find enjoyment in living.

Stability
Stability is formed through a process. By continuously clearing my life from unnecessary things, poor relationships, and expectations that do not match my values and priorities, I clear my path to act on mindful choices allowing me to experience fulfillment in the present while providing for my future.

Time
​I loosely construct the pieces of my day around my values and priorities. This helps me focus while allowing space for inspiration. I take time to find the beauty in life’s details. Enjoying a breakfast lit by candlelight, a perfect cup of coffee in the afternoon to counterpoint the immediacy of my to do list, a walk with my pup checking out every rock, bush, and tree trunk that holds a story for him.

Creating A Relationship With Impermanence
In my practice, I see people’s lives changing dramatically in one moment, asking us to adjust immediately. When we allow ourselves to adjust, we move forward relatively effortlessly and feel like we are flowing with our life. When we resist the adjustment we feel stuck. We are not equipping ourselves with the courage to face life as a person different than who we knew ourselves to be.

Embracing impermanence asks us to get honest and focus on the present.
How has my intuition been hinting to me?
How do I really want to use time in my day?
What are the acts or relationships that pull energy from me?
What are the acts or relationships that make me feel alive?

Notice what is coming up.
Ride with the fears. 
Ride with the tears.
Note what is inspiring!
Allow the moments of insight to flow and reveal themselves.

Sit in this process, proceed with your day’s plan.

Allow time to feel excited or in anticipation, 
pain or uncertainty, 
or the black of the unknown.

Watch what you receive.

Continue to explore with follow up questions: 
What skills do I enjoy using that also add value to society?
What do I love that also inspires my ability to create?
What components comprise a day that feels highly valued and fulfilling to me?

Then give yourself some more time and watch what you receive.

Noticing patterns or responsibilities that feel discouraging?
Don’t let those get you down!
They are gold nuggets, asking you to adjust and edit. 
This can be done through a change in perspective, a decision, or the hunt for a new resolution.

When we co-create with impermanence, we are editing our life, focusing our existence values and priorities we deem most desirable.

As we begin to address these questions for ourselves, we find the path in which express our perspective and offer a unique service to society.

Create time for yourself to plan how to adjust and edit your life to more closely match your discoveries.

#1 Detractor of Optimizing Impermanence: Comparing ourselves to others.
When we prioritize comparing ourselves to others and follow the status quo, we are creating a life not based on what we want, but what we think we should want. We are matching an ideal we have constructed from observing others, using our vision of their life for our own. When we use our precious time and energy in this manner, we have handed over our power, dismissed our intuition, and constructed a life based on a lie we created, leaving us feeling unsuccessful and disconnected from our true dreams.

How we express our power is our choice. Are we going to use our power to imitate someone else’s life, creating it in our image, for ourselves. Or, are we going to use it to know ourselves, act on intuition, and make choices that benefit the whole of society?

When embracing impermanence, we experience the present moment more fully, acting on our values and priorities and allowing inspirations to lead us into our future.

Meaning In Midlife
It has taken me five months to construct this article. It has been grueling to organize words in a manner that closely matches the anatomy of my midlife crisis. I needed to write, organize, re-write, and complete this article for self-understanding, knowing that I will re-work this entire article again and again, as I gain knowledge into what I am learning. 

To help me understand my values and priorities, at the beginning of the year I wrote intentions for what I wanted to create. I edited them recently, based on what I had learned. I structure the tasks in my day around tasks that help me fulfill my intentions while leaving space for enjoying the details of my routine, time in nature, in meditation, and with my family and friends. I know if I am on the right track if I go to bed with a smile on my face in anticipation of what I get to create the next day.

​This midlife crisis is helping me drop processes and emotions that were no longer productive and courageously walk with my spirit into a new vision for my life.
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So, how are we all doing?
Is that a collective groan I hear?
Speaking for myself, I am feeling the pinch of 2018.

From winter through the beginning of spring, we want to be snuggled up, resting and refreshing our energy. We count on these months to be that first cup of coffee in the morning, easing us into the year ahead.

Ha! Not so this year.
The first few months of 2018 have started pretty rocky. Tumultuous energy shifts are causing us to think and act quickly. We have to adapt or be squashed.

With my Predictions article as our guide, I thought it would be an optimal time to check in on our progress for 2018. I will revisit how to integrate tools to help us stay balanced and focused, while also reviewing the challenges and opportunities we have all been facing. 

The Challenge of Resistance…
Have you noticed in yourself an increase in frustration, anxiety, or depression? Has it been a little harder to get out of the house and socialize or take time for an adventure? Take a moment right now and think back. Personally, I have noticed that pretty much everyone has been on edge, including myself.

Feelings of frustration, anxiety, or depression are often linked to an experience that we are in resistance of processing. Those feelings are asking us to identify how we want to expand, then regroup and make decisions in alignment with the new trajectory of our life.

When I was writing my Predictions article back in August of 2017, I really wanted to start off by saying “2018, yeah, the crazy is not over yet.” In 2017 we all experienced difficult if not heartbreaking feelings around events in world politics, human rights, and individual empowerment. These first few months of 2018 have also been deeply challenging. We are all witnessing and experiencing adaptation and being asked to flow with this change.

As I mentioned in my Predictions, Part 3, article:
“As we move into January and February we will be continuing to process lessons from 2017. This time of the year resistance will be popping up through feeling lethargic and like we are stuck in a rut. It is important to remember that we are removing old energy from our space that is no longer a match to our highest good. If we do not label how we feel but instead consciously trust our innate intuition, we will flow through this shift with grace and ease. This yields the healthiest of processes, allowing the space for healing and creativity.”

The Power of Intentions…
Intentions are a powerful tool for directing and manifesting a path that is an authentic match to our higher self.

Did you take the time to write intentions for 2018?
If not, do it now. Reference my Predictions, Part 2 article for directions on how to write intentions.
If so, have you utilized their power to keep you grounded and focused? 

Intentions help stabilize us through tumultuous energy shifts.

​From my Predictions, Part 3 article
“If we stick with our intentions for 2018, moving into March we will begin to feel the transition from resistance from empowerment. How much we connect with it is dependent on our engagement with our personal development. Life will start to find a flow again but moving forward will not necessarily be easy. We are simultaneously in a process of letting go of the past and creating our present. This is not an easy task. To stay engaged and on track, we have to focus on creating our life through our intentions.”

Towards the end of April, we are increasingly influenced by the energy of growth alive during the Spring season. Are we prepared to be swept up with this energy or are we feeling tentative to move into this flow, feeling a bit off balance? Reference your intentions to get you lined up!

From my Predictions, Part 3 article:
“As April comes around the energy really starts to pick up. The end of April is like a spark, pushing us out of whatever resistance we have been working with and calling us to start acting on our intentions. We will be feeling anxious or excited, frustrated or empowered, all dependent on how well we stayed on track for ourselves in the previous months of the year. We can start to see our intentions take shape and/or continue along the trajectory we have planned. Make good choices everyday. Be patient and calculated in your moves forward.”

Looking Ahead…
Now is the time to finish up the prep work! We can have a productive next few months if we have moved through resistance into empowerment, using our intentions as our guide. 
“In May through July we will see energy calm a bit. But this will amplify our ability to move forward. As we begin to see our lives take shape based on good choices framed by the creation of our intentions, personal empowerment has the opportunity to manifest on a greater level. We begin to notice how we are consciously working with our energy and that of the universe to create our life path.”

It’s a short break as the pressures from the world around us begin to intensify again in August. Take advantage of energy as it is presented!

No matter if you are in the throws of huge challenges or opportunities for growth, do the best with where you are at, remembering to use the tools available to help you stay balanced and focused.
Read Part 1 and learn how to clear energy and how to change from feelings of resistance into empowerment.​
​Read Part 2 and learn how to write an intention that will help create manifestation.
In Part 3, I look ahead into 2018 and examine the opportunities and challenges facing us, helping us stay on track with the creation of our intentions.
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Openly sharing that I am a Psychic Medium has its challenges.

​People can let their judgements about my work proceed them. This can lead to some awkward and insulting exchanges while others are exciting and engaging.

I have observed five initial responses upon telling people I am a Psychic Medium. No matter the tone of the conversation, your reaction tells your story. ​
A Transcript of Reactions
In conversation, when asked the question “What do you do?”, I have noticed 5 general responses. As the conversation unfolds and we gain trust, we move through a few of these reactions, creating a really engaging experience.
  • The Explorer: ​The Explorer is immediately excited at the prospect of receiving a consultation on the spot. They are engaged in discovering who they are and what they should/need/want to be doing with their lives. They would love some validation that they are headed in a good direction. Oh how I understand that feeling of attempting to bravely face the unknown! My Psychic Pro Tip for The Explorer: To harvest your answers, create a closer relationship with your intuition, developing the trust and faith in yourself that you so seek.
  • The Metaphysician: The Metaphysician in enthralled with unlocking the secrets to the universe. They want answers to the mysteries of life after death, dimensions, beings, and how energy is organized to facilitate it all. I love their enthusiasm! This is a lively conversation filled with opportunities to choose the right words that will correctly describe esoteric subjects. I always leave this conversation feeling energized about what I learned and had an opportunity to express.
  • The Intuitive: The Intuitive is noticing patterns in their life and wants to share their stories of coincidence, ghost experiences, and psychic moments. They are hearing their intuition and actively working with it, noticing its intricacies and timing, but haven’t put all the pieces together yet. They want to share their stories to someone who will understand, helping them validate their experiences. My Psychic Pro Tip for The Intuitive: Trust your intuition's messages above all else.
  • The Skeptic: After learning I am a Psychic Medium, The Skeptic will either: ask if I am reading their mind, make a bad psychic joke, break eye contact, change the subject, or begin to speak to me about their differing beliefs. They are uncomfortable for a myriad of their own reasons and/or feel that I am challenging them. If this is the case, I do not engage and allow a neutral energy to be my buffer. I welcome different ways of thinking. I am happy to respect their path as long as I receive a matching energy in return. Psychic Pro Tip for The Skeptic: I am not trying to read your mind, I have more important things to do, and I love a well crafted psychic joke, not a demeaning one.
  • The Inquisitive: The Inquisitive explores life through creating authentic connections with others. Our conversation is engaging, we share stories about life lessons and adventures with a few laughs peppered into the mix. To all The Inquisitives out there, I thank you for taking a moment to get to know me and offering nuggets of your knowledge collected through travel.

Creating a Balanced and Engaging Conversation
I love to share my information as well as absorb what others have learned. So, let’s explore life by engaging in interesting conversation. Progress is not born from fear, judgement, and stagnancy but through courage, adaptability, and respect for each other's perspectives. 

Learn more about my perspective and work as a Psychic Medium: 
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The Spring Equinox signals the transition from winter’s inner work and healing, to the growth and creative opportunities provided by spring. 

Taking the time to move with this shift can provide us with energetic momentum that will carry us through the year. 

​For some tips on how to best manage the swing from winter to spring, I consulted with herbalist Cherise Atkinson, founder of  Bright Green Possibilities.
Wake Up from Hibernation
With winter’s heavy snow, rain, and limited sunlight, we are being presented the opportunity to celebrate the season that amplifies the beauty in slowing down. We are invited into this wonderful habitat by eating hearty foods, enjoying hobbies, time for naps or relaxing on the couch. Before jetting into the the pace of spring, we must first honor the work we have done during the winter months. Recall, did you use your time to process lessons from the year past and incubate ideas for what you would like to create for the future? Did you take time to rest, recharge, and heal wounds that were ready to be released? If you have more work to do, time is still on your side! The energy of the next month allows us to complete our inward winter projects. Take advantage, what do you need to set yourself to set yourself up for success for the energetic benefits spring provides?

Warm Up to Growth
When daydreaming of spring during the long winter months, we imagine the feeling of warm sunlight against our skin, new seedlings appearing in our garden, and the birth of cute baby animals. While our minds are excited for the new opportunities for growth and creation, we need to also pay attention to the needs of our body just coming out of winter hibernation.

We may be ready to invite to the warmth of spring into our lives, but we do not want to be assaulted by winter still moving through our weather patterns. Take time to be prepared for cooler temperatures and adverse weather. Sprouts pop out of the ground slow and steady, sustaining themselves as the weather gets warmer, and so should we. No need to rush the transition!

For most of the United States, Daylight Savings Time starts before the Spring Equinox. This sudden increase of light during the day fuels our body into movement. However, we may not yet be a match for this artificial momentum. At this time it is of utmost importance that we pay attention to our internal clock. If we still are needing to rest more, feeling the desire to delay our to do list, or just need time for contemplation and self care, then take it. Don’t let the longer daylight hours fool you into thinking you need to be doing more. If you listen to your body’s wisdom now, you will be appropriately energized once spring is into its full vibrancy.

Body Care
The invitation of springs energy carries with it the promise of growth and creation. To assimilate this energy when we are just coming out of hibernation, we need to first clean out.

Start by refreshing the energy of your home! Get out your favorite non-toxic supplies and clean all the bits and corners. Remember to dust! Then smudge, burn incense, or light your favorite candle. Move winter’s energy from your space so it can be refreshed with the increased light and creation energy present.

Reawaken the body by removing stagnation built up through the winter months. Start by moving, slowly. Farmers markets, walking, bird watching, anything to get us up and out is a good start. Yoga is a great way to begin to transition.

Get the lymphatic system moving with herbs like cleavers and calendula.

Skin is the body’s interaction with the outside world so do things to refreshen and nourish.

Dry brushing: Exfoliates the skin while invigorating and stimulating blood and lymph circulation. The lymphatic system is responsible for eliminating cellular waste products. Our whole system can be nourished by this practice as its movements mirror the movement of our blood back to the heart.  Using a dry skin brush on dry skin, start at the soles of your feet. Use sweeping upward strokes brushing toward the heart. Use strokes strong enough to encourage circulation making the skin a healthy pink color, but not so strong as to damage the skin in any way. Work your way up your body addressing both the front and back of the legs, abdomen, back, and arms. Working all areas towards your heart, encourage the blood and lymph to follow it’s natural path. Other benefits include reduced cellulite, stress relief, improved organ function and invigorating the whole body.

Body Scrubs and Polishes: Similar to dry brushing, they exfoliate the skin and increase circulation and invigorate the body. They also include ingredients that can nourish and feed the skin. Scrubs and polishes can be very simple and easy to make. Try this easy recipe.

Ingredients
2 cups Epsom salt
1 cup sweet almond oil
10-15 drops essential oil of your choice (Chamomile, lavender, grapefruit, lemon, rosemary and clary sage are all nice options)
1/2 cup dried powdered herb of your choice (Chamomile, calendula, citrus peel or lavender are all nice options)

Instructions
In a large bowl, add Epsom salt, sweet almond oil, essential oil, and dried herb. Mix well. Transfer mixture to a jar with a lid. It is ready to use right away but as the salt works as a preserving agent, it stores well for later use.

Dealing with seasonal allergies? Make use of a nasal rinse or eye bath.

Nasal rinses: Saline nasal washings have been used for centuries to maintain clear nasal passages. A saline nasal wash can soothe, moisturize, and help keep the nose, sinuses and ears clear, clean and healthy. When done correctly, nasal washing can remove irritants, particles and debris keeping the passages clear while moisturizing and soothing irritated membranes. Nasal washing is ideal for allergies, colds & flu, enhanced breathing, sinus & ear issues, removal of pollen, dust & debris.
Studies show that nasal washing with a saline solution removes allergens, shrinks swollen membranes and augments healing. Purchase a nasal rinse kit and follow the directions included within.

Eye baths: Can be incredibly soothing to itchy, dry and inflamed eyes. Easy, super soothing eye baths of chickweed, calendula or chamomile are amazing. You can make an infusion, let cool and gently bathe the eye with a cotton swab or cloth soaked in the infusion. Bathe the eye as long as needed to feel the soothing affects of the infusion.

Nourishing Foods
Local honey can contain traces of flower pollen, and exposure to small amounts of allergens works as good treatment to combat reactions. Over time, a person who consumes local honey may become less-sensitive to pollen and therefore experience fewer seasonal allergy symptoms. 

Apple Cider Vinegar offers an array of powerful health benefits that include boosting metabolism and promoting healthy skin. Apple cider vinegar (ACV) can also reduce allergy symptoms, sinus infections, sore throat, acne, high cholesterol, flu symptoms, chronic fatigue, acid reflux, and contact dermatitis. It is a great all around body detoxifier. It helps alkalize the body and stimulate digestion. ACV is also a natural antihistamine and can ease the body’s abnormal response by preventing the production and release of histamines. This can prevent symptoms of allergies like frequent sneezing and nasal congestion. As well as itchy, red, swollen and watery eyes and the itchy sensation of the nose, ears, lips, mouth, and throat. ACV can soothe the throat and ease a cough.

Tender fresh greens are bitter, sour and deeply nourishing. They aid the body in elimination of toxins. After a long winter of lethargy and heavy meals, your body should start to crave the energizing foods of spring. Tender fresh, leafy greens including dandelion, arugula, nettles, chickweed, and watercress, offer the most health benefits, especially for digestive function. They stimulate taste buds sensitive to bitter compounds causing salivation and gastric acid secretion to increase, and pancreatic enzymes are primed and ready to respond when food enters the small intestine. This helps maximize food breakdown and speed waste elimination.

Dark leafy greens like mustard, kale, spinach, collards and chard protect your liver and are nutritional powerhouses filled with vitamins and essential minerals. Green foods are crucial to your health. They strengthen the immune system, help with cancer prevention, improve blood circulation, aid blood purification, help lower cholesterol, promote healthy intestinal flora, increase energy, aid detoxification through improved liver and gallbladder function, improve kidney function, and even clear congestion.

Leeks and all spring onions are anti inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-microbial. They are pungent and stimulating. The polyphenols in onions act as antioxidants, protecting the body against free radicals. Eliminating free radicals can help encourage a strong immune system. Onions also reduce allergic reactions by inhibiting your body from producing histamines. The fiber in onions promotes good digestion. Additionally, onions contain a special type of soluble fiber called oligofructose, which promotes good bacteria growth in your intestines.

Lemons alkalize the body and are anti-inflammatory. They clear excess heat from the liver. The peel can offer support to the liver and is strengthening to the blood vessels. “The lemon is a wonderful stimulant to the liver and is a dissolvent of uric acid and other poisons, liquefies the bile,” says Jethro Kloss in his book Back to Eden. Lemons are an alkalizing power food and is rich in vitamin C and flavonoids and helps cleans the bowels.

Say Hello!
Spring provides us with the opportunity to slowly shift from winters hibernation to spring awakening, building a healthy energy foundation that will support us through our entire year.

​When we do not do the work of detoxing and releasing stagnation built up from winter, we will move into summer without proper preparation for the solstice energy shift. That will leave us feeling as if we are in a lull and stagnate.

So, be mindful of your body’s requests now, taking time to listen. Following your inner wisdom will propel your ability to be your best grand creator!
CHERISE studied herbalism at the Ohlone Herbal Center. She is a practicing clinical western herbalist, seeing clients in her home clinic in Redwood City, California. Her apothecary is filled with garden harvested, wildcrafted and organic dried herbs and hand crafted plant medicines. When herbal medicine arrived in Cherise's life, she realized her potential for wellness and happiness, her BRIGHT GREEN POSSIBILITIES. Her herbal practice and BGP Natural Products are the manifestation of her love for people and plants. She offers her education and relationship with each plant to you, in a beautiful package. Pure, practical and luxuriously simple.
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Thanks to the efficiency of social media and news outlets, we all now have immediate access to information from events in our local community to around the world

Being part of this global society can be trying on our mind, body, and spirit, particularly when we are also trying to make the best of our own lives.

​At times like these, it is helpful for us to asses how we are using our energy, ensuring it is acting as a positive force within our society.
Emotion Emits Vibration
If we are grounded and have good boundaries, our emotions are ours to manage. We flow in and out of various situations and conversations and have generally good interactions with others. When caught in a moment where instead we find ourselves in a situation that temps us with anger or frustration, it is important to remember that emotion emits vibration. 

Consider the scene of a crowded restaurant. A couple engaged in discussion slowly starts to raise their voices. After a time, one stands in argument, slams their napkin on the table and walks away. This exchange has not only affected the two in conversation. The energy from the arguing couple’s emotion is vibrating from them at 360 degrees creating a collective emotional experience. All onlookers now need to adjust to the unexpected vibration that has permeated their space. Each will digest, evaluate, and move forward in a different manner. Our emotional expression emits vibrations that mingle within the collective energy of our society.

Many of us practice prayer and sending peace, love, and light to those affected by tragedies in our society. These are beautiful, high vibration emotions. To connect with them, first get quiet. Find that memory or place inside you that allows you to experience one or all of those emotions. Fill yourself up with that feeling. Then, let it go, allowing it to permeate every person who is asking to receive that healing vibration. This allows us to practice group distance healing benefiting the individual and the whole of society.

Choose Words Mindfully
Each sentence carries with it an intention for a response, information, or to create a point, reaction, or experience. Acting through conscious positive intention in our communication with others, daily actions, and in social media, allows us to contribute to society’s collective energy in a healthy manner.

When we do find feelings becoming elevated or are in a verbal battle, it helps to take a moment and tap into the pace of our breath. When we find our breath, we create the opportunity to stop competing, judging, blaming, bashing, or attacking the other as the intentions behind these verbal actions are always hurtful. It engages our awareness, our ability to make a decision, and adjust the energy of the situation. We can then choose to listen to the other, or walk away from the conversation. Either option keeps any negative affect from the exchange at a minimum and allows us to walk away with our spirit in tact.

Contribute to Community
Opportunities to be helpful are everywhere, have fun with it! Move past personal boundaries and acknowledge a stranger, smile, communicate a simple greeting, or offer a helping hand. These good tidings will create community and improve the well being of the social system.

Or, take it a step further. Volunteer time and money to a cause or group. Be proactive in helping nonprofit groups fulfill their mission towards the betterment of society. Do your part where you feel passionate!

Consciously Create
Want to create positive change in the world? Great! Start by checking in with yourself. Ask, am I living my authentic life vision? Do I feel on track with my intuition’s messages adjusting and adapting as necessary? If so, great, you’re on track. If not, ask yourself what you can change to get more in alignment?

When we are in alignment, we feel vibrant. This feeling is contagious. Think about times when you have noticed someone really living a fulfilled life. Did it influence you to pay more attention? It has definitely had this affect on me! We need to be good listeners to our needs and priorities. When we take the actions that are in alignment with our intuition’s messages, our space and the larger world shift.

Does this focus on ourselves makes us selfish? Only if we are not considering how our actions can contribute in a positive manner to society while also being respectful of our fellow humans. When we are considering all of these factors, create away, unfettered!

Appraise the Day
It is helpful to take one last step in appraising our energy expression. At the end of the day ask yourself, do I feel fulfilled? Do I feel like I made good choices in alignment with my intuition? Did I act as a positive force within my community and global society? Your answers to those question supply definitive information on your opportunities for personal development and contentment.

​Being a conscious creator means being mindful of how we express our energy. Through our choices in emotion, communication, and action daily, we have the opportunity to be part of the cultivation of a healthy, supportive, and thriving global society.
As seen in Sedona Journal's March 2018 issue. Available at many natural food stores and online.
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Openly sharing that I am a Psychic Medium has been a challenging process.

People can let their judgements about energy work proceed them, creating distance, which can feel extremely isolating. Instead of being stifled, I decided to explore the feeling of isolation. I learned that I was content with who I am and how I express myself. Validating my self worth allowed me to speak my truth.

Through this process, I noticed a regular transcript of reactions begin to unfold.
The 5 Archetypes
In conversation, when asked the question “What do you do?”, I have noticed 5 general responses. As the conversation unfolds and we gain trust, we may move through many of these archetypes, creating a really engaging experience.
  • The Explorer: ​The Explorer is immediately excited at the prospect of receiving a consultation on the spot. They are engaged in discovering who they are and what they should/need/want to be doing with their lives. They would love some validation that they are headed in a good direction. Oh how I understand that feeling of attempting to bravely face the unknown! My Psychic Pro Tip for The Explorer: To harvest your answers, create a closer relationship with your intuition, developing the trust and faith in yourself that you so seek.
  • The Metaphysician: The Metaphysician in enthralled with unlocking the secrets to the universe. They want answers to the mysteries of life after death, dimensions, beings, and how energy is organized to facilitate it all. I love their enthusiasm! This is a lively conversation filled with opportunities to explore the words explaining esoteric subjects. I always leave this conversation feeling pumped about what I learned and had an opportunity to express.
  • The Intuitive: The Intuitive is noticing patterns in their life and wants to share their stories of coincidence, ghost experiences, and psychic moments. They are hearing their intuition and actively working with it, noticing its intricacies and timing, but haven’t put all the pieces together yet. They want to share their stories to someone who will understand, helping them validate their experiences. My Psychic Pro Tip for The Intuitive: Trust your intuition's messages above all else.
  • The Skeptic: After learning I am a Psychic Medium, The Skeptic will either: ask if I am reading their mind, make a bad psychic joke, break eye contact, change the subject, or begin to speak to me about their differing beliefs. They are uncomfortable for a myriad of their own reasons and/or feel that I am challenging their beliefs. If this is the case, then I do not engage and allow a neutral energy to be my buffer. I welcome ways of thinking that are different than mine. I am happy to respect their path as long as I receive a matching energy in return. Psychic Pro Tip for The Skeptic: I am not trying to read your mind, I have more important things to do, and I love a well crafted psychic joke, not a demeaning one.
  • The Inquisitive: The Inquisitive explores life through creating authentic connections with others. Our conversation is engaging, we share stories about life lessons and adventures with a few laughs peppered into the mix. To all The Inquisitives out there, I thank you for taking a moment to get to know me and offering nuggets of your knowledge collected through travel.

Authentically Engage 
I love to share my information as well as absorb what others have learned. So, let’s explore life by engaging in interesting conversation. Progress is not born from fear, judgement, and stagnancy but through courage, adaptability, and respect for each other's perspectives. 

Learn more about my perspective and work as a Psychic Medium: 
Frequently Asked Questions
The Consultation Experience
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The process of recognizing the voice of our intuition takes practice and patience. 

For many of us, our days are filled with appointments and tasks. We feel scattered and disconnected from the compass of our intuition.

Fortunately there are tools available that help us get quiet and support us in accessing our intuition's messages.
Spend Time in Nature 
If you’re feeling frazzled and find yourself screaming “Give me a sign!”, then take a hike. At the trailhead, put all challenges on hold and begin by noticing the details of your surroundings. Is there frost on leaves, puddles in the mud, or deep afternoon light streaming through the trees? Compile the story of this habitat. Absorb the peace created through harmony created by balance in nature. Begin to consciously open up to any intuitive messages. Its message is quiet but confident, matching the harmony in nature.

Journal and Favorite Pen
Write a question of a challenge you have been facing and then just sit and write. Let all the thoughts and imaginings out on the page. See what comes up. When you feel you have no more words, step away for a moment. Come back to the writing later that day or even in a few days. With this perspective, you will notice the parts of your writing directed at releasing emotion and the parts contained a thread of truth and inspiration. Your intuitive voice has space for expression when the path once blocked by emotion or resistance is cleared.

Meditation Practice
In meditation, we create the opportunity for our intuitive messages to come through the quiet. As we sit, we are actively releasing and replenishing our energy. This act of self care sets the foundation for our intuition’s messages to come through. We may notice quiet messages on how to heal, our next steps, when to make a change, or information on how to unwind a challenge.

Divination Tools
Meditation, journaling, and spending time in nature give us the opportunity to create direct communication from our intuition to ourself. When we need a little more help, divination tools are a great resource. Here are my favorites:
  • Tarot: This is a helpful resource when I want to understand all angles of a challenge I am facing. Tarot pulls me back and I observe the nuances involved in the challenge. It helps me make a more informed choice on how to proceed.
  • Oracle Cards: When I am interesting in learning how to work with a particular modality, I go to an associated oracle card deck. Here I am able to work with the energy of the modality directly and learn how it speaks and supports me. My favorite oracle decks are Angel Cards and Native American Medicine Cards.
  • Crystals: When I need help focusing on self love, releasing an emotion, or opening to my intuition’s messages, I choose the matching crystal. I'll sit in meditation with the crystal or sometimes carry it with me for days at a time, helping me to open the pathway for transformation.
  • Incense: I love incense and use it all the time to clear energy in a room or in preparation for doing a consultation, teaching a class, or house clearing. My absolute favorite is Nag Champa.
  • Sage: When noticing unresolved energy when moving into a new place or doing a house clearing, I utilize sage to clear and transform the space. Sage is a powerful tool in neutralizing energy, clearing the way for the new inhabitants.
  • Meditation Mist: I use this Meditation Mist from Bright Green Possibilities whenever I need a bit of help settling into my practice. The scent helps me get into the present moment and relax into my practice, ready to receive information from my intuition or sit in a healing experience
  • Dream Interpretation: The quality of a dream and how I feel when I wake up acts as a gateway to information. These are great tools to help me sort and organize challenges, leading me to a resolution in partnership with my intuition.

If you’re not sure which divination tool is right for you, go to a metaphysical bookstore that you love. Wander the isles and notice what draws your attention, wanting you to research more. Purchase the book or deck or crystal, go home and explore how it supports you. Repeat this process whenever you are ready for more information, your next steps!

A Supportive Community
Share your journey in developing your intuition with friends who love and support you. They can help sort through your doubts finally helping you to identify your information. Sharing information is validating when we have a friend who is in agreement with our learning process. It allows us to gradually trust ourselves in a deeper manner, developing confidence. They may even offer tips on how they identify their intuition, too.

A Good Consultant
Life a little too sticky? Information coming from all angles? That is a great time to call in a little extra help from the professionals. Schedule your appointment with your favorite Psychic Medium, Astrologer, Tarot Reader, or whoever is a good match for your interests. Make sure they are focused on getting you information that is helpful for your development, with options to help you make informed decisions.

Now, Utilize Your Tools
Ask yourself…
What do you love to do that gives you a moment to pause and regroup?
What do you love to do that also makes you feel supported and connected to yourself?
Maybe you like to trail run, are an inspired home chef, or love gardening.
Make your list of resources. 
Utilize them and create opportunities to hear your intuition.

What if I misunderstand my intuition’s message?
Oh! This is most certainly going to happen.
A bunch of years ago I wanted to learn how to become savvy in the stock market. One day, I heard a message from my intuition: The stock from a coffee company on the east coast was going to soar in the next few months. Being such a novice in the field, I was wary of this message. I didn’t invest. Over the next year, I started to notice reports about the growth of this company in the news and on the internet. I missed an opportunity for monetary growth. Bummer. However, to this day I can recall how that message sounded and felt. This experience helped me identify my intuition’s voice.

Be Patient With Your Process
Want to access your unique voice and power? Develop your relationship with your intuition. It supports us in acting mindfully with intent and dedication to carving out our unique path in life.

Want to learn how to recognize, access, and develop your relationship with your intuition: What is Intuition?
Steps for shifting resistance into empowerment! 2018 Predictions, Part 1

My best dream tips: Interpreting Our Dreams
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Real estate agents work to match a home or property to the right person. Challenges arise when there is unresolved energy in a space:
  • from death, divorce, or other difficulty
  • a spirit is guarding against the transition
  • buyer is wavering in commitment
  • owner is not ready or does not want to sell​​

Partnering with members of the National Association of Realtors and California Association of Realtors, I provide remote House Clearing for homes and properties. 
Recognizing Unresolved Energy
Quality staging through lighting and furnishings encourages a space to feel comfortable and inviting. Enjoying the space, potential buyers linger and evaluate if the property is a good fit for their needs.

This same a well-staged space will feel feel cold and unappealing when unresolved energy is present. Potential buyers will feel compelled to leave quickly and transactions will far apart. The energy in the space is resisting transition.

When to Call In Reinforcements
The simple task of safely burning sage, sweetgrass, incense, or a candle with the intention of releasing unresolved energy from a space can do wonders. When these tactics have been attempted, even a few times, with no change, it is time to call in reinforcements.

Energy Evolution
In my work as a Psychic Medium, I receive a particular sense of satisfaction when managing a House Clearing. I feel I am part of an energy evolution, working with unresolved energy to move it forward in a healthy manner. When the energy is released, the space will feel neutral, lighter, and more welcoming, becoming inviting to potential buyers ready to evaluate if it is a good match for their needs.

Get Started, Quickly!
I need the name of the owner, address of the property, and a brief history. 

And We Work Remotely
House Clearing is available through phone and email communication. As testimonials support, the quality is as thorough over the phone as in person. However, Living in Truckee, California, near beautiful Lake Tahoe and Reno, Nevada, in person can be requested for local clients.

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