Whether I’m doing a reading or teaching a class, people often have similar concerns.

These essays answer some of my most frequently asked questions.


Honoring Your Ancestors

                                                        When getting together with your family, there’s a good chance that you will be put in challenging situations. Anytime you deal with a group of diverse personalities, it can be very difficult to maintain your own mental and emotional equilibrium. Being connected by blood, marriage or friendship does not…

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Creating Yourself

  You are a creation. Physically you were created by your parents but, as you well know, you are more than just an amalgam of the two people who contributed their genes. You may have characteristics that can be traced back generations: coloring, body shape, posture, even your interests may…

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Why Can’t I See My Loved One ?

           The question that I have been asked most often is: Why can’t I see my mother, father, husband, wife, child, sister, brother or other loved one? The reason that you can’t see your loved one is because: Life is for the Living.       You will…

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Vision of Children

I had an appointment with a group of women who were all related. Sisters, cousins, nieces, etc.. Two nights before the event, I had a vision of small children, a lot of small children. They had gathered together to get my attention. They were the children of these women, children who had died young or who were not born due to illness,…

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What Do You Wish For?

  What do you wish for? A different job or more fulfilling career, to write or paint or have more satisfying relationships? Do you dream of traveling, learning a new language, or owning a particular car or motorcycle? Knowing what you want and going for it can open you to…

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  Why You’re Here

When you’re a child, the days are long and a school year feels like an eternity. As an adult your years pass like minutes. You set schedules and goals to accomplish what you see as the stepping stones on the path of life. You plan a future: education, job, marriage, children, retirement. You…

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 Where Are They Now?

Imagine that someone you love dearly, your spouse, child, sibling or parent, had joined the military. They were deployed for many, many years, and your heart ached to see them again. Now, imagine the homecoming. Picture a gathering of friends and relatives, all waiting in joyous excitement to see their…

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