Thursday, February 21, 2013


She Had "It"
There are many ways to perceive information other than through the five senses (sight, hearing, taste, touch, smell). 

Multidimensionally (existing outside of the five physical senses), many receive information via clairvoyance (clear seeing), clairaudience (clear hearing), clairsentience (clear sesning), clairgustance (clear taste) or through claircognizance (clear knowing) or any combination if you are skilled in multiple modalities, as am I.  

She Had "It"
Often times, these abilities run in bloodlines.  My maternal grandmother, my mom, me and now my granddaughter.  I have no hard evidence that the ancestral women in my family possessed these abilities, but I have a very strong sense that they did.

The KNOWING is considered claircognizance (clear knowing).  The receiver will get an intuitive “hit” as an instant download of information that needs no processing or interpretation.  This is my primary ability, although, as mentioned, I utilize all of the above, including mediumship (the ability to connect with the deceased).

I Have "It"
Not all people who experience psychic phenomena are able to tap into all of the abilities described above.  Most seem to have a propensity toward one or two areas and tend to stick with those modalities.  Of all my abilities, claircognizance is the most profound and has brought the most challenges.

More than once (too many instances), when I was younger and pre-healer, the information I received was discounted by those closest to me.  My family was either uninterested or fearful, my husband at the time seem threatened.  This was a big pill to swallow; I was so excited – elated – by the fact that Spirit was communicating with me!  I knew I shouldn’t take it personally, but I did.  I felt that so much love flowing through the psychic pipeline and I just couldn’t understand why my peeps didn’t want any part of it. 
She Has "It"

If you have the KNOWING, trust it.  Those around you may not understand, or even try vehemently to discount your information.  A good way to handle this is to keep the information to yourself in the beginning.  As time goes by and you have been able to gain evidence to support your insight, it will become less important that others believe you.  You will believe YOU because you trust your source – Spirit.


Healer, Psychic Profiler, Medium, Writer, I am available for private sessions by appointment only. Through Psychic Insights, I identify and cut unhealthy energetic cords. Releasing negative energetic connections allows you to function at a higher vibrational frequency and reduces or eliminates previous emotional charge.

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013


Integrity is much more than being honest.   
Integrity deals with consistency;
It’s not only about telling the truth in front of people,
but whether we remain consistently truthful 
even when nobody is listening.

You’re probably familiar with the “little white lie (LWL)”.  Most of us have used this tactic at one time or another and largely because we didn’t want to hurt someone’s feelings…or so we told ourselves.

 If we lose our honor, we lose our self

We ARE our word and a half-truth is still a whole lie.

Those in our circle won’t be upset that we lied to them, but that they can no longer believe us.  

When I finally made a commitment (to myself) that I would no longer take the easy way out by telling the LWL, I began to notice how many people still relied upon it.  It was everywhere; in fact, it was so prevalent that when I bucked up and told the truth, I got looked at as though I had three heads!   


The truth is nothing to fear.  We can chose to follow our inner compass and make a commitment to go beyond where we have ever been.  

The Five Levels of Truth-Telling: 

First, you tell the truth to yourself about yourself.
Then you tell the truth to yourself about another.
At the third level, you tell the truth about yourself to another.
Then you tell your truth about another to that other.
And finally, you tell the truth to everyone about everything.
~  Neale Donald Walsch Conversations with God (Book 2)

Tuesday, February 19, 2013


“The difference between school and life?
In school, you're taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, 
you're given a test that teaches you a lesson.”

~Tom Bodett

Cutting the Energetic Cords
As an Intuitive Healer (Clairvoyant Medium), I facilitate healing energy work. I look deeply into the past to get a glimpse of the ‘energetic cords’ that bind individuals to very unhealthy and, oftentimes destructive, behavior patterns. I then cut those cords as a means of release from that unconscious repetitive behavior. 

Utilizing my clairvoyant ability, I “see” mom and dad (going back to early childhood) doing their thing and how profoundly it affected us, especially prior to the age of five and before the development of intellectual capacity. Toxicity was absorbed and assimilated into our very cellular being as we headed out into the world to repeat behavior that continually failed to help us achieve our hearts desires. We often made choices with harsh consequences attached. We attracted unhealthy people as playmates and partners, we dealt with illness and depression and we allowed emotional and financial impulsivity to lead. We all deal - and struggle with - our own version of the Law of Attraction. No one is exempt from this, least of all me.

We are all teachers, demonstrated by how well we do something – or how poorly. Oftentimes, an outstanding teacher comes into our life to stir things up. They create nothing short of chaos in our lives. Inadvertently, or seemingly so, they teach us to speak up, how to proceed with love even when angry, how to take responsibility for our actions and how to be quiet and observe. Some teachers pay a high price in order to deliver these messages. They may experience loneliness, be ostracized or experience severe personal setbacks. Doing their “Soul Job” well, they stir our ego and push us into action. Our Soul is eternally grateful to these teachers. 

I truly believe that we choose these teachers for exactly who they are and how they behave. Of course, we have no conscious idea that we are doing so, but our Soul knows. Our brilliant Higher Self knows that circumstances will play out in a particular way, so we call in these experiences to teach us something very vital to our growth process. 

Releasing Energetic Anchors
When dealing with such a teacher, we have a stellar opportunity to do a quiet self-inquiry into why we chose this experience. By doing this, we place ourselves in a very powerful position – a stance that promotes growth rather than victimization, blame or shame. These emotions are all normal under stressful circumstances, however, I vote for alchemizing them into a golden opportunity to evolve by grasping the valuable and timely lesson(s) presented. 

Can you identify an experience with a Chaotic Teacher? What did you learn? If the answer is, “no” or “nothing”, not to worry. You will have as many experiences as necessary to help you learn what your Soul deems important. Once the lesson is learned you will no longer need to a repeat performance and you will be free from the energetic/emotional anchor that once held you back.

Deep healing work consists of being able to detect the Soul's whispers, sharing messages in a way that are easily understood and absorbed by clients.   

An Intuitive Profiler, Healer, Medium, Speaker and Writer, I am available for private sessions by appointment only. Through Intuitive Profiling, Connie identifies and cuts 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 projects, both business and personal residence.


Thursday, February 14, 2013


"Be a light unto yourself; betake yourselves to no external refuge. Hold fast to the Truth. Look not for refuge to anyone besides yourselves."
- The Buddha
What's LOVE Got to Do With It?

Those closest to me know that I am an emotional “leaper”.  I’m certain that some of my leaps may not appear wise from the outside looking in, but I know that every jump brings me closer to honest self-understanding.  With no regrets about any of the jumps I’ve made, I suspect that I will not stop leaping as I have a robust yearning to intimately know my Self, warts and all.
We must not let our relationships be a distraction but rather a
springboard to justly seeing and cherishing our true Selves through the other.

Being in relationship is the most productive way to grow and evolve (albeit, being alone can be glorious:  we never disagree with ourselves, we do whatever we wish, wake up and go to sleep on our own schedule and eat whatever calls to us.  Often, however, we grow very slowly, if at all, during these periods of singleness.  We  gather information while in a relationship and process the information when alone.)   Ideally, commingling our life with another fosters love, beauty, trust, companionship and hopefully, the ability to compromise.  Or, does it always? 

Since my first awakening to my Higher Self, I have been an avid student of LOVE.  Prior to that, I was in monogamous and significant relationships, but mostly as a sleepwalker.  I reacted more than responded, as did my partner.

For many years, I have been waking up to my HEART.  The process is long and often very painful, although with each leap the pain lessens and morphs into a gentler sensation.  I had to come to terms with the ache implanted deeply within, much of which began in early childhood.  Tackling this information with gusto (naively at first; now with purposeful intention), I set about understanding this weary heart of mine.  I made a promise to myself that I would no longer exercise blame and judgment, but rather, simply attempt to look at myself and others for who we truly are. 

Being – and attracting a Spiritual Partner –is at the forefront of my emotional desire.  A spiritual partner challenges us to understand our deepest nature, thereby assisting us in our evolvement.  Ideally, we will do the same for our mate.  I believe that we are mostly all emotionally wounded beings, often with only a myopic view of existence.  We act and react from a place of pain and lack of trust.  We seek to protect ourselves above all else (animalistic), with so few of us really willing to take that all-mighty emotional leap of faith.  It is precisely because of that single-scope vision that a true spiritual partner is needed.  Otherwise, we are merely robotic beings going bump in the night.

In agreement with many of the travelers I’ve met along the way, the importance of communication is often mentioned early on during the initial period of getting to know one another.  Many of the self-proclaimed “communicators” were really only “talkers”.  Too many words lacking real depth; a great deal of projection with no true self-awareness.  Then again, maybe we’re all just talkers until we begin to awake and behold the wisdom of listening.

I say again, not for your benefit, but for mine:   I know that I will not stop leaping because I have a yearning to intimately know my Self.  I will continue to walk my talk, especially when it is the most difficult path to take. This is how I evolve and grow.

May your heart be whole and happy, beating with the purest energy of self-love.  


Happy Valentine’s Day

p.s.  A great little book on dating:  
 If the Buddha Dated by Charlotte Kasl, Ph.D.

Connie Stewart, Intuitive Profiler, Medium
Energetic Space Clearing (Corporate and Private)
Cutting Energetic Cords to the Past