In 2011 I wrote The Workings of Energy in the Human Energy Field: A Psychic's Perspective. It was an urgent effort to let my clients know how I work and let the world know how energy operated in the human energy field.
Without a doubt this is the most important knowledge you could have!
The concept is simple, however applying the knowledge is really challenging mostly because we are so used to thinking a certain way and doing things a certain way and believing things we've always believed.
That original work was super short, and really, it does not need to be long to explain the basics of how energy operates. However, as the years passed I felt I could sharpen it up and round out that original writing.
I reorganized a lot of the material, added new chapters and filled out certain information. I am satisfied with this edition and will not be revising it again. It is incredible how much work it is to write a small book. It seems no amount of editing by myself and a bunch of editors is enough. I have friends who I have encouraged to write more books and they always hesitate and now I know why. Even a tiny work can take a year to bring out to the public.
The new edition is currently available in eBook format -- that you can download in the Shop -- and will be available as an audio book and a print book in about two weeks.
I recommend all new clients read The Workings of Energy in the Human Energy Field before their session. It's a great way to prepare for the session and assure that you get the most out of your session. It's short and an easy read, yet very valuable. So, I highly recommend it.
I am really excited to be giving this one-day workshop in Marin. It is so important. I will talk about energy and how energy works in the human energy field.
The human energy field is a vibration in All That Is. When you know how energy operates and its purpose and direction, your life changes.
This knowledge offers true freedom: You know who you are and you know your power. You are free!
Sunday, October 9, 2016
9:45 AM - 4:00 PM
Optional informal chat after the workshop.
1703 5th Ave., San Rafael, CA 94901
What an adventure it has been . . . first moving to Encinitas . . . then to Boise. After this acrobatic maneuver, I feel I can move anywhere and keep moving :-) Presently, though, Boise is home and just starting to look for office space.
I'm looking forward to meeting kindred spirits and getting to know my new Boise clients. How exciting!
I am leaving my San Rafael, CA office and moving to Encinitas, CA. Encinitas is about half hour north of San Diego.
I will start to give in-person readings at the beginning of 2016.
Of course, Skype/phone readings will continue.
I see many artists of all types for psychic readings. Many of them are struggling financially. They say they just don't do the money thing well.
In our culture anyone who has challenges with money is looked down on and mostly considered a loser.
What I have found through sessions with my clients is that artists simply do not have knowledge, know-how about money. It is not natural to them. They have to learn, have to educate themselves about how to think about money and how to handle money.
It's not that there is something wrong with the artist. It's not that they are not good at money. Most of the time it's not that they have a "poverty consciousness," it's just that they simply are ignorant; they don't know how. No one has taught them. And society, apparently, in general, does not have the idea to teach them how to think about and handle money.
The irony of this is that the artist has talent in his own way, as we all do. Now, we never ask the business person or the scientist or the medical doctor (people using the left side of the brain, earth oriented, and therefore automatically better suited to handle money), to do any art and when they can't produce, we label them as losers. Why don't we?
Yet the artist gets labeled.
To all artists out there: there is nothing wrong with you in the money department. You just have to educate yourself about money, how to think about it, how to handle it, what to do with it, etc. I know it's not easy, not natural, but it can be done. It's like learning any other skill. It's hard to begin with, but you get better at it as you learn more and practice more.
I discovered there actually was a documentary film made as to how A Course in Miracles came about.
I love that book. I love the story as to how it came about. I've read pretty much everything there is to read as to that development, but it was great to actually hear and see the people involved as presented in this documentary.
Helen Schucman was an amazing psychic. Reading the story, if you have any psychic gifts at all, will validate your experiences.
She was fore-mostly an academic, a scientist, and her own psychic gifts appalled her. The fact that a voice spoke to her, had her take down the Course, that she was a channel was scandalizing to her. She struggled her whole life with being a channel for the Course, with that entire side of her being.
All this was taking place in New York in the early 60s, a time when very little existed in the general public about clairvoyance, the paranormal or any of the psychology we have today. It's tough being at the front of a new wave of consciousness.
This is a great documentary about the entire experience and the content of the book.
I get a lot of clients who've seen other psychics. Those psychics many times told them predictive things that had the clients worried, sometimes for years.
This always makes me want to say, again and again . . . first, the psychic could always be wrong; second, things change. We all have free will. There may have been a strong trajectory for that direction at the time of the reading, but there is no reason the person hadn't changed their mind, their plans and thereby rendered that piece of the reading no longer viable or accurate; third, trust yourself first.
If something does not sit right with you, ignore it. It may be that the psychic is wrong, or possibly the timing on the information is not appropriate -- it could be any number of reasons that the information does not resonate with you. If it doesn't resonate, simply forget about it.
Whatever your lessons are in life, they will be back, and the timing for you to advance in those areas and learn will be appropriate, and at that point things will make sense to you.
The biggest reason I am writing this is because sometimes psychics predict the time a person will die, which is utterly ridiculous mainly because free will operates at all times.
I had a client in her eighties who was worried about what a psychic said to her 40 years ago!
Don't let a psychic or anyone determine your life! Even if you get information along these lines, use it to change things, not make it a reality. Defy them! You have free will. You can change things. You can change your future. Nothing is fated. Nothing is written in stone. Things are flexible.
Always choose the best possible direction for your life. Accept the most positive information; ignore the negative information.
Jane Roberts channeled the Seth books. She also psychically tuned into the world view of Paul Cezanne (besides Rembrandt, and William James).
I was reading the Cezanne book and came across this incredible passage:
"Generally speaking, most people express themselves through the world as it is: they let their existence flow through the available conventions, social and professional groupings, government or religious organizations -- and through these means they express themselves. To some extent, they disperse themselves so automatically into these ready-made cultural forms that their own inner feelings are never directly encountered. The artist is always making a new world that is his body of work. He is always encountering himself because he is not dispersing himself as others do. His stability, such as it is, is his work. It is not sanctioned by convention.
By taking himself out of that context, however, he is more aware of his sensations and reactions than others who have more or less automatic pockets in which to place them: love goes to the family or the church; hatred to the despoilers of church, property, life, or state; envy against the rich, and so forth. The artist has no place to put his emotions in those terms, and sometimes his own feelings astonish him. His emotional experience is more vivid in many ways -- for this reason; that he does not disperse it. With its energy he forms his world of pictures.
For all this, the artist's goals are often unknown to him except as they unfold. In this fashion, he goes on faith more than other men. His medium is not primarily one of words at all, so often even his thoughts are shaped and formed, without what is considered reason's substance. Not that his thoughts may not be reasonable, but that his intuitions and purposes are shapes to him rather than words; a vocabulary of pigment, light and shadow rather than letters. For his vision is concerned with inner substance, in a different way than say, a writer's is." (page 61-26, The World View of Paul Cezanne, Jane Roberts.)
I think our world is so full of ideas and possibilities it's difficult to discern what is true for us and what is just other information. With lots of advertising, diversity of lifestyles and values, how do we know what's true for us?
We're back to the silence, being present with yourself, noticing your feelings, noticing your dreams, paying attention to those fleeting desires that are so easy to discount.
But you have to trust yourself. Those things that arise in your are you. They are important. You have to listen to know who you are, and take action when appropriate.
The body naturally heals itself; trust it to do so. Information arises in you about you and your needs; trust that information.
There's lots of stuff out there, many beliefs. Don't just take them on because someone said you should. Notice how it feels to you. If it does not ring true, does not feel right, if you notice no resonance, ignore it! It's not right for you.
Sadly in my psychic reading practice I've seen lots of people who've simply "believed" something some guru said or some spiritual tradition without really checking with themselves if this is right for them. They simply believed with no inner verification. And to their own huge detriment. It's no fun to find out after decades of believing something that it was a falsehood.
Don't do that!
No religion, guru or spiritual movement is more right than what your gut tells you! Believe yourself! You have value. You are important. You know best what's best for you. The God is in you, and you know.