The Warrior 2019

It's always so interesting for me to read old blog entries from years ago.  How much did I learn and how much did I grow? What has changed since then?  Unfortunately not enough has physically changed for me to be excited, but I did get some shit taken care of mentally.

I no longer believe that "your vibe attracts your tribe."  I now know 100% that it's the light that attracts the dark.  It's the empaths that attract those disgusting narcissists.  In my case most of them were WOMEN.  This just makes me sick.  WTF bitches? Act right so y'all don't make the rest of us look BAD.  You are the reason good men get all fucked up and treat the rest of us like shit.  I've seen everything from horrible mothers to shrewd business bitches who are really just insecure brats that attach themselves to talented people because they can't do shit on their own.  If you can't be honest then you shouldn't be doing what you're doing.  You're going to fail…

The Warrior (Original post February 2014)

Being psychic is a blessing and a curse.  I can't always control the energies tossed in  my direction so I end up in self-preservation mode pretty often.  Most of the time I'm  battling negative vibes, especially the copy-cat types.  This is one of my greatest pet  peeves.  It drives me crazy to see so many people inherently selfish, insecure and  angry.  So much, that they live their lives vicariously through others then try to  sabotage their efforts to live a mentally, emotionally and spiritually healthy life by being vindictive.

Those qualities are commonly found in psychic vampires.  These people suck  the life out of others' energy to fill their own tanks due to lack of conviction and  laziness.  It takes next to nothing to be like this whereas being a good person is  a constant, uphill battle.  Generally these brave warriors experience a lot of  emotional pain and depletion of their gifts while associating with a psychic vampire.   Sometimes they suffer for years b…

The One You Love (November 12, 2014)

Unrequited love...I wonder how many people in this world are stuck with this disheartening (possible) truth?  I'd say about 80% of my client base throughout the years have struggled with unrequited love.  In my experience professionally and personally, this is the absolute worst scenario one could face in their love life.  Not just for the one on the receiving end, but for the targeted party as well.  I've seen all sides to this issue.  Let me explain...


This is the person who has attracted another person who loves them deeply or is just simply infatuated, yet the feelings are not returned.  The Target has the most responsibility in this situation since he or she must be the "bad guy" and deliver the truth; their love is not returned.  When in this position he or she needs to be forthcoming and deliver this message with certainty.  Never let the other person believe you're on the fence when you are not.  If you do, you will quickly become the asshole an…

MY Journey To Joy: Challenges (November 2014)

Challenges. They happen every single day. Some are so strong they knock us flat on our butts  and some we barely notice. This Fall has been a mixed bag for me. I've had great challenges due to  great joy. That's how it usually is.

When something huge and spectacular happens in my world, something and/or someone comes in  to try and destroy my happiness. I believe this happens to everyone at different times in life. So am  I a victim? Absolutely not. Just annoyed at times.
If you find yourself in a similar situation, the easiest way to deal with the negative circumstances is  to reconnect with the source. That means your higher self and/or higher power. Here are a few ways  to quickly reconnect with neutral energy to clear your space:
Physically AND mentally remove yourself from the bad situation if possible
If you choose to surround yourself with drama then expect to not only attract more, but create more  n the future as well. Stop allowing negative people to get inside your head. If yo…

MY Journey To Joy: Everything Happens for a Reason?

January 1, 2019.  The first day of the new year.  I'm about to turn 40 and definitely feeling the mid life empowerment.  Yes, I said empowerment, not CRISIS.  There's no such thing as a mid life crisis.  An awakening, perhaps.  It's the time in our life when we wake the fuck up and realize who is truly down for us and who is full of shit.  A time to ponder our current emotional state and life goals.  Some people start their process much younger than 40 while others simply go through continuous shifts and epiphanies.  The revelation(s) can be a painful or be a tool used to give people, places and jobs the necessary boot in order for one to actually BE happy.

Happiness can be created in such a way that it becomes a true reality.  Most people shy away from the process of creation because sometimes extracting the toxic energy out of the system is uncomfortable, to say the least.  I am constantly fighting individuals who only see me as a means to the end of their problems vs. a…

My Journey To Joy: Resolutions (Orig. Post January 15, 2015)

My resolutions for 2014 was to keep toxic people out of my circle, make mine and my family's happiness #1 priority and ignore the pointless BS others try to heave in my direction. Not only was I successful, but I learned something quite useful:

When you ignore the narcissistic, abusive moron they lose their damn mind and others see it.
That's right, folks! All it takes to put someone in their place is silence. It's easy to do, keeps you from losing your balance and blocks unnecessary drama at the same time. I cannot stress how important doing this is to survive in the world.
In case you were wondering, here are the most common types of individuals you should be ignoring and/or cutting out of your life this new year:
* The narcissist * The unhealthy competitor * The chronic complainer * The meany * The blame game bitch * The controlling, manipulative douche * Anyone who treats you and/or others like dirt
It's simple really. Just don't allow these people into your life and …

My Journey To Joy (March 21, 2015)

I'm a talker. I wasn't much of one growing up due to insecurity because I wasn't  given the proper emotional outlets, but that's been over for many years. If you've  ever called me for a reading then you know I could talk forever if given the opportunity.

The most difficult thing for me to do is keep my mouth shut when I'm passionate or 
excited about something. I'm great about staying silent for self-preservation purposes  and/or when I'm avoiding assholes.

When it comes to confrontations, I feel I fall in the middle. I pick my battles wisely. 
If I feel the situation is worth working through, I'll confront those involved. If not,  I ignore and walk away. It's pretty simple. Then there are those situations in which  I think a little time and space is needed, then when I'm ready I'll go ahead and try  to resolve the issue(s).

The biggest problem I'm seeing with folks on and offline lately is unnecessary drama. 
Now this isn't a new issue o…