Events, Experience, Projects

Mom, Yoga, Family Time, and More…

A Family Workshop One year ago, I wrote this blog post (now revised), which reviews Star Child, a children's book created by Mercy and Hollie at Star Child Generation. In just over a week, Mercy and Hollie will be hosting a Family Workshop in Austin, TX including Yoga, Meditation, play, relaxation, and learning. Follow this… Continue reading Mom, Yoga, Family Time, and More…

Astrology

It’s in the Cards

“Will I succeed? Is it in the cards?” I can’t decide what is more interesting: the Tarot itself or how people react to them. Some people do not want to make the smallest decisions without consulting the cards. Others think they are the work of the Devil. [I actually had someone say that to me… Continue reading It’s in the Cards

Astrology

Crossing the Horizon

I first began exploring Tarot and Astrology when I was a teenager. However, it has only been a few years that I’ve tracked the planets in detail and in real-time. Exploring natal charts is one huge body of study—tracking transits is entirely another. I know many of you out there track certain aspects: full moon,… Continue reading Crossing the Horizon

Events

Confidence and Certainty

The other day, a client sent me a Thank You note in response to a reading I gave him days earlier. At the very bottom of the card, he wrote this: P.S. Phrase of the week, “There is never certainty, only confidence.” – D. Tangredi In my experience, readings are as different as people–and I’m… Continue reading Confidence and Certainty

Astrology, Channeled Message, Poetic Wisdom, Tarot & Numerology

The Waiting Room

Janice trudged up to her luscious bed, tossed the decorative pillows onto the floor, and crawled into it. She pulled the comforter up to her shoulders and then fell back onto the last of the pillows that remained. Reaching behind her, she fingered the hidden switch and turned off the light. With a deep sighed,… Continue reading The Waiting Room

Thoughts and Opinions

Peering into the Future

No one can deny the intrigue they feel about peering into the future.  Before every reading, there is anticipation of getting a peek at something exciting just ahead.  Of course, there is often a bit of trepidation as well—concern that challenges lie ahead. Years ago, when I first started this work, I never intended to… Continue reading Peering into the Future