Wednesday, January 23, 2013


"A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love."
- St. Basil

2012 was a year of receiving ‘proof’ I'd long-since yearned.  For several years I’d been quietly, and sometimes not-so-quietly, looking for the goodness in men.  This might sound trite, but I assure you, it was very important to me.

Natural Goodness
You see, I was raised in an alcoholic home by an abusive father and mentally ill mother. It was never easy and rarely did I feel safe. My father’s ill temper was always at its worst after a night of drinking.  I did not get to see his ‘good’ side. 

I was in my 40’s before I made some peace with my dad.  I wanted to look beyond his earthy self to see the soul-goodness he possessed. I am grateful that I found that in him, even if it was 25 years after his death.

Several years later, I began to desire to see the goodness of men in relationships and in everyday life.  Because of my destructive early imprinting (and the energetic cords that it created) I had a tendency to attract men who, while not nearly as wounded as my dad, were still a long way from what I dreamed of.  I had to admit to myself that these men represented a barometer reading of what was still swirling around in my emotional body.  I began to realize that I might never find myself until I faced the truth about my beliefs about men.

Fast forward:  the year is 2012.  By then, I’d done an extreme amount of personal emotional and energetic work upon my Self.  I was still searching for evidence of the fruit of my labor when I met three extraordinary men.

The first young man is Dr. Oscar Manuel Solorio, Jr., a dentist in Tijuana, Mexico.  Upon a personal referral I visited Dr. Oscar Manuel to have a crown replaced.  He shares an office with his mother and father, both long-time dentists.  The energy in his office is lovely, laid-back and always welcoming.

Not only did Dr. Oscar Manuel do an excellent job on my crown (plus other dental care, as well) but he did it with kindness, respect and compassion.  I received a hug each time I arrive, and also when I left his office.  This type of warmness is often absent in the medical arena, so I especially appreciated the gentleness in which I was treated.  His fee was reasonable and manageable and he never charged me for small extras. 

The second very special young man I had the privilege to meet is Ayham R. Skaf M.D., a Vitreoretinal Surgeon and Board Certified Ophthalmologist.  In mid-2012, I developed a macular hole (hole in my retina) and received a specialist referral.

Dr. Skaf was upbeat, very positive, and like Dr. Oscar Manuel, kind, compassionate and gentle.  Here, I was also greeted with a warm hug, as well as another when I left the office.  Dr. Skaf made a frightening, expensive procedure doable and successful.  His high vibration and light fills the office in a way that was not apparent before his arrival.  

The third man will remain nameless, as the nature of our relationship is personal and private.  However, I will share this with you:  this kind and gentle man is open, curious and very creative.  He is interested in the world of spirit and is supportive of my life work, recognizing the humanity in my efforts.  He is generous and caring and really likes my cats (a huge plus)!  

Having said all of this, the most amazing thing about this man is the way he invites me to communicate my truest nature.  This is critical due to my life-long challenge of full expression.  Raised southern, it was imprinted upon me that a woman should be what the man wants her to be, even if that meant sacrificing her authentic Self.  I’ve done a lot of that…too much of that!  

Times are changing; I am changing.  Who I am is more aware, more accountable and more honest than ever before.  Likewise, so are the beautiful and good men that I have been fortunate enough to magnetize into my life.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013


"Life is short, but truth works far and lives long; let us speak the truth."
 ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

                                                                                        photo by david troyan

The Truth.   

What is it, exactly?  What I believe to be true – and what you believe – may be entirely different, and in some cases, in downright opposition.  

So, is there one single Truth?

It’s challenging to stay out of judgment when someone else’s Truth differs from ours.  We believe so wholeheartedly in our own assessment that we struggle to make way for anything dissimilar.

Growth comes when we drop attachment to our own perception as the Only Truth. In fact, as perceptual beings, we are driven by our five senses.  Many folks believe if they can’t see it, hear it, touch it, smell it or taste it, well then it just doesn’t exist.  

Is this True?  

Are we Sure?

I am an Intuitive Profiler, Medium, Speaker and Writer.  I’m available for private sessions and classes by appointment only. Through Intuitive Profiling, I identify and cut unhealthy energetic cords. Releasing these negative energetic connections allows you to function at a higher vibrational frequency. 

I am also available for Energetic Space Clearing (business/residential) and group sessions.  

619-573-5927 ~

Monday, January 14, 2013


Most Common Dream Symbols

These symbols are the most requested symbols in dream psychology (listed in alphabetical order). Their interpretations are meant as starting points and will vary in their meaning depending upon the individual dreamer. 
Baby - New birth; vulnerability, or your need for love. Also your pure, innocent, true self (non-ego). It may represent some new development in your life.

Blanket – Depending on context, a protection or a hiding from self and others.

Camera – Perception of experiences. Preserving the truth. A caution to recall things factually.

Circle – Wholeness, completeness; infinity. The circle may mean you’ve completed a cycle or have grown into wholeness of body, mind and spirit. If presented as a merry-go-round or movement in circles, you are not getting on with your life and lessons; you literally are going around in circles.

Crying – Release of stress and tension, frustration; if tears of joy may be resolving a problem, working through blocks.

Death - Changes in one's life, something is coming to an end. Very seldom does death symbolize physical crossing. The old is dying and with the death of the old comes new beginnings. 

Elevator - Moving up means going in the right direction, getting a higher perspective; moving down means going in the wrong direction; down can also mean you are exploring deep-rooted problems.

Falling - Your real life fear of letting go of something or someone. It also may suggest a loss of control in a situation. Low energy. May also be a “bad landing” coming back into your body at night.

Father – Wiser, more mature masculine self; the wise old man within. 

Hair – Power flowing from the crown chakra or higher spiritual center; the longer the hair, the more power. If body hair, means protection and warmth.

House – The Self. The rooms or different floors may represent emotions, attitudes. The basement represents the deep unconscious.

Killing - Repression/suppression of some aspect of yourself - you want or need to kill that part of your personality. Also putting an end to negative feelings or unwanted situations in one's life.

Kiss – Affection, warmth, communication; a show of intention. Also, the kiss of betrayal.

Marriage - A blending of intellectual and intuitive parts or masculine and feminine aspects of oneself. A bridge between the conscious mind and the unconscious self (as in dreams).

Money - Changes. Paper money indicate big changes; coins, small changes. Take note of any numbers and find their meaning(s). For instance, five often symbolizes changes in life.

Mother – Older, wiser, more experienced part of the female self. Nurturing.

Naked - Being nude may symbolize the 'naked truth' about oneself. Totally open and exposed. It may be an expression for childhood innocence and freedom from artificial inhibitions. 

People - Different aspects of oneself; emotions, attitudes, desires, fears, etc. Look to the particular characteristics of a person or persons in the dream.

Ring – Promise; eternal perspective. The ring of truth.

Roads - Your direction, or path in life; the road you are following (may need changing or modifications). Examine whether paved, rocky or dirt; winding or straight; going up hill or down. Conditions of road suggest how you are creating your life at this moment. If you are at a fork in the road, you are approaching a major decision.

School - Lessons in life. Self-understanding is learning to know yourself (psychological). Life's experiences. Have you learned from them or do you ignore what is evident for what is convenient?

Sex - Sex with a partner may symbolize a unification of unconscious aspects (in your life) to a conscious realization. Uniting parts of oneself that was previously separated due to repression/suppression. Desire to merge aspects of the self with qualities of the sex partner in the dream.

Stairs - Going upstairs symbolizes going in the right direction; conscious thinking. Downstairs, going in the wrong direction. 

Teacher - Your higher self (spiritual or creative). Insights that show you the way on your path.

Teeth – Grinding up, tearing something into small pieces in order to digest it; beginning the understanding process. Strength, intention; put some teeth into it. Need to verbalize. If your teeth are falling out, you are unable to understand a problem or situation; something is too tough to swallow.

Telephone – If you are making a phone call, you are asking for help or understanding in a situation; or it is necessary for you to do so in order to gain clarity. If someone is calling you, your guidance is trying to get your attention with an important message. 

Television – Medium to get a better look at your life; communication with self.

Vehicles –You in your daily physical life. Are you driving (in control), in the back or passenger seat (not in control). A bus may symbolize yourself and the passenger’s aspects of your personality.

Water - Emotions. Are you drowning in your emotions? Is the water frozen (frozen emotions), smooth or rough seas?
I am an Intuitive Profiler, Medium, Speaker and Writer.  I’m available for private sessions and classes by appointment only. Through Intuitive Profiling, I identify and cut unhealthy energetic cords. Releasing these negative energetic connections allows you to function at a higher vibrational frequency. 

I am also available for Energetic Space Clearing (business/residential) and group sessions.  

619-573-5927 ~