Something About Me


Blue Aventurine is a stone believed to be a powerful mental healer that increases vitality and brings about a positive outlook. This stone may assist in self-discipline along with developing inner strength.

I enjoy helping others and have done so all my life. With my new understandings of energy, I can be more beneficial to those in need. When faced with a problem, it is always good to have several ways it can be resolved. My goal is to use what I’ve been taught (along with the new things I am learning) and sharing them with family and friends. When one of us feels better, the rest of us are effected for the better. I am available for Reiki and energy sessions, house and space clearings, as well as workshops and presentations.

I am happy to answer questions in regards to metaphysical events. Let me know if you would like to know more about something and I will do my best to forward information through this blog. Email from my website or contact me from the other media networks.

Healing Angels of the Energy Field
Medicinal Grade Aromatherapy
Reiki Mastership
Total Energetics

Other Information:
BS in Psychology
Hospital and Hospice Reiki Volunteer
Mineral Kingdom Awareness
Shaman Ways
Wand Workshops
Public Presentations

15 thoughts on “Something About Me

  1. Thanks and I hope to keep your attention by posting often. I’m working on the 3rd installment for the house clearing story and should have it posted by the weekend.

  2. Ha! I just clicked on your about me page and see now why you said you mentioned healing and volunteering in the hospital on WordPress. I was very confused because I thought I had read all your posts and didn’t see anything about that. Well here it is! What wonderful confirmation for me 🙂

  3. Because I am a skeptical psychic (odd mix, I know) there were many clues around WP that could of made a difference in the reading. Please know that the first time absorbing what you wrote was smooth and felt truthful. The second read is when I started questioning things on my end BUT I still believe the information you shared with me 🙂

    You are doing a great job and glad to help out 🙂 The others I referred to you don’t have a WP blog. As you practice and get into a rhythm, you may not need all the information you ask for. A first name and last initial along with a month and year plus the state they are living in, would keep a few more skeptics at bay, wink. Honestly just offering advice 🙂

  4. Once again thank you for being a willing participate in my journey into this new chapter of my life. Skepticism is not an issue for me at all as I’m well aware it comes with the territory and is to be expected. As long as I stay honest and true to myself I know I’m on the right path. Peace and Love

  5. Hello there! I am level 2 Reiki. Currently being trained to be a Reiki volunteer at the cancer center here. I plan on becoming a master Reiki teacher in the years to come. I look forward to catching up on your blog and the Reiki archives.

  6. OMG! You are kidding me! Mega way cool! I will write about some of my experiences with Reiki. The line starts to blur with other healing modalities but Reiki is a great one to build from. I have to pee I’m so excited. Glad you stopped by!
    Thank you for your comment. I have been surprised at the people I have met through WP since I started in late March. It is nice to have something in common other than a passion for peanut butter with you.

  7. I apologize for not replying sooner. The connections WordPress has brought us all over the globe and into lives of many.

    Your last two words hold a lot of weight and are very inspirational. The human race has always pushed forward (even after pausing). Support and encouragement is welcomed.

  8. When ever I need to calm down or talking with someone who is a little too amped, I find myself talking in my hypnotherapist voice. Cracks me up but it works 😉

  9. Welcome! Thank you for subscribing to follow my blog. I hope you are encouraged, inspired and enjoy the photos I take of life events as seen through the lens of my camera.

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