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Cutting Karmic Cords with Support from the Angels

I’d like to provide you with a little exercise that can help you cut ties between you and the other person. Remember, this can be someone you have loved, a past relationship, but you keep thinking about another person and you need to just get them out of your life. 

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Love all, Accept All

It is not our job to get people onto our side. In a way, it’s actually our job to maintain those friendships because I can tell you right now that many people sitting in fear are also throwing away lifelong relationships fighting over things that terrify them.

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Three Planets Go Retrograde This Week

Due to the energies that have been stirred up with COVID-19 our finances and our relationships have been challenged greatly. The next five weeks will invite many aspects of our personal relationships, especially romantic, under the microscope for review.

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Your Spiritual Path

Many of my clients who are discovering the world of Angels and the metaphysical, report that they are living a double life. They can speak their beliefs to a small, select group, but when around family or co-workers, they have to "play along," and pretend to share the beliefs of that group or be shunned or drawn into an unpleasant argument. The beautiful thing about the Angels, is that they do not demand that you acknowledge them in public. They are happier to have your one-on-one attention and even happier when you ask for their help. As Angels are a part of many religious traditions, you can focus on what you have in common while avoiding subjects that start fights....

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Spirituality and the 'Real World': Out and About

While you may choose to keep your spirituality to yourself and be respectful of those who follow different paths, you will always run into those who will not return the courtesy. They may knock on your door, confront you in front of the supermarket or just start a loud conversation at a public event. So what do you do? As little as possible. Of course, you can argue until you are both red in the face or tear up the pamphlet they hand you, but their behavior is not likely to change. That doesn't mean that you are agreeing with them or conceding defeat. You are, simply, not giving any attention or energy to the situation. Is it really worth...

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