Big Cats and the Medicine Journey

One of the themes that shows up in the chat board posts for my classes is “My animal guide is a (leopard/panther/lion/cheetah) which is really surprising to me because [fill in personal reason here].”  Next to pets either living or no longer with us this is the most common animal guide to have in my classes.  …Details

The Shifting forms of Animal Guides

When people work in the Akashics, either through my classes or through other means, one thing that is a constant is the communication that comes in the form of form.  I’ve written about this before here and commented in the chat room for my classes, but it bears repeating and specifically with animal guides and totems.…Details

How To Work With Your Guides

Everyone has spiritual guides.  Everyone.  It takes a team to keep us in an embodied life.  Sometimes they don’t have a lot to do because their person’s got it covered.  Sometimes they don’t have a lot to do because their person doesn’t take on any of the challenges, lessons, or joys that they planned to do this time around. …Details

Akashic Research

My project for this summer is to dig into the various religions and ancient texts that speak of, understand, or use the Akashics.  Which means that currently my living room is host to piles of books, none of which are light summer reading or something you would delve into last thing before going to bed. …Details

Totems & The Akashics

There is a difference between an animal guide and a totem.  And animal guide is there for the purpose of that specific journey.  For my students they are there to help with the work in reading your soul book and in general to help you navigate the Akashics in comfort. …Details

Bringing The Akashics To Life

Working with the Akashics is a conversation.  It’s not all in your head, only part of it is, just like any other conversation you have during the day.  Part of the conversation is formed of things you think of  and then make physical by vocalizing them (or in the Deaf community by signing them) and then the other party(ies) reciprocate. …Details

Teacher and Taught

luke_yodaContinuing with the mythology of our day, Star Wars, we are given wonderful examples of the teacher and the student archetypes.  Luke has all kinds of teachers along the way, from Obi Wan the father figure of childhood, to Darth Vader the father figure of adulthood that shocks us into the reality that parents are people too, to Yoda the medicine elder that teaches us about our true natures and forces us to stretch into what could be.…Details