Prayer – with a little help from my friends

I just got back from what I only can desicribe as a prayer circle.  I was invited this morning to a gathering within the Chabad Jewish local religious community and my instincts immediately told needed me to go. So with my mother, on a cold and rainy night, ten women met in a lovely living room to offer prayer for themselves and for others.  We … Continue reading Prayer – with a little help from my friends

Time heals old wounds – a letter to my departed daughter

Dear Ayala, Today it is the tenth anniversary of your death.  I can’t believe that 10 years have passed since you were in my life.  So much has happened that you were not part of, and at the same time, so much occurred because of you.  I still miss you and wish you were with me but time does heal old wounds. I have noticed … Continue reading Time heals old wounds – a letter to my departed daughter

To Mourn or Celebrate

In exactly one month it will be the 10th anniversary of my beautiful daughter Ayala’s death from cancer. This year I thought of opening the usual small gathering of family and close friends at the grave for a informal memorial service, to those who knew Ayala during her short life and may want to remember her on this anniversary. I feel somewhat presumptuous to assume … Continue reading To Mourn or Celebrate

Stress During Pregnancy from the fetus’s perspective

It is of common knowledge that stress during pregnancy is not healthy for the fetus. Research done shows that stress MAY have some sort of affect on the fetus, delivery date, and/or child. The thought that they are hurting their fetus stresses further the expectant mother, and then there are all the articles on ways to calm her down. Yet as a psychic, when I channel … Continue reading Stress During Pregnancy from the fetus’s perspective

Standing in a Dark Room

Yael, a 39-year old female client from Israel, came to me for a psychic reading because she was tired of feeling stuck and unable to move forward in her life.  The youngest of her four children had finally started preschool and she had planned to make changes in her life, including separating from her husband of ten years. During our session Yael was very tearful and down. … Continue reading Standing in a Dark Room