Easter Message - "Walk with Me"

Submitted by illuminator on March 27, 2016 - 1:17am

Easter is a time to open your heart to loving, illuminated energies that are there for you! — (read more in the latest eNewsletter!)

FUN THING! — I recently heard back from Lynne Juneau, the client/apprentice I mentioned in the eNewsletter, re. the 'cosmic wink' she was to receive from Yeshua. At the time, I sensed it might feel like something feathery over her right hand.

Here's what she wrote.

'Been There — Done That!'

Submitted by illuminator on March 20, 2016 - 5:40am

A few weeks ago, I posted here the account of a client’s rescue dog who had a lot to say about his recent adoption. He transmitted that he’d actually had an awareness of her imminent arrival at the center, even be before she got there! It’s all in the airwaves!

“Please don't 'poor thing' me!”

Submitted by illuminator on January 13, 2016 - 9:11pm

Everything is energy — and everything communicates. When I interpret multidimensional information in consultations ‘everything’ includes clients’ pets and plants, houses and cars, flowers and fairies, manuscripts and other creative projects-in-progress, the higher self of ex-spouses, cranky employers — and of course, messages from loved ones in the non-physical. It’s anyone’s guess as to who (or what) will show up in consultations, but it’s always, without fail, to transmit to me (telepathically) whatever will prove to be healing, insightful and enlightening for my client.

The Continuum of Consciousness

Submitted by illuminator on September 25, 2015 - 7:04am

The study of consciousness fascinates me, particularly the CONTINUUM of consciousness as it relates to my work. I witness first-hand, a never-ending stream of consciousness — complete awareness — coming from souls who've made their transition and transmit from the non-physical, and from those preparing for 're-entry,' before their imminent birth. I'm most intrigued when those pre-birth souls demonstrate awareness of their parents-to-be, and a clear sense of their upcoming mission.

NYC: Caught Up In The Herd

Submitted by illuminator on September 19, 2015 - 3:25pm

When I first moved to NYC, back in the 90s, it took me a while to ease into the flow of that intoxicating city and not feel overwhelmed by its frenetic pace. One day, I found myself approaching the crosswalk on a crowded street, and soon became embedded in a huge cluster of pedestrians — professionals, shoppers, students — all apparently headed in my same direction. I trusted they were more in the NYC groove, so I let myself get pulled into their flow.