Goose & Bottle

I see a large number of people with Goose and Bottle problems.  They go around showing everyone the green bottle with the gosling in it and bewail the fact that the bottle is too priceless to break and the goose lays golden eggs and so can’t be harmed, but it can’t get out of the bottle and it will die and what’s to be done? … Details

Teaching Others To Read

Periodically I get requests from people for information on how to become certified in my method of reading the Akashic records.  They want to know how they can be a certified reader.  Most often they are looking for information on where I teach that online, what my certification requirements are, and how long it will take. … Details

Kabbalah Class Coming In October

For those who don’t already know, I’ll be publishing a new online class via in October which introduces people to Kabbalah in general and to the Tree of Life in-depth. It will give people a chance to work with the Tree directly within themselves and learn how to utilize its creative properties to manifest. … Details

Confrontation Comfort Zone

It takes all kinds, as they say.  I marvel, though, at those who generate negative experiences in their lives.  I’m not talking about addiction or co-dependence, no I’m referring to a specific type of person.  They remind me of Pigpen from the Charlie Brown cartoons, but instead of existing in a cloud of dirt which they haplessly exude, they exist in the middle of a spiky sharp cloud of electric shocks that is constantly starting something. … Details

Glue Bottle Syndrome

We have certain categories of thieves, stereotypes if you will, that we like to put people in: Wall Street fraudster, poor/drug addict/street trash, and grifter.  We think of these people as “out there” in the world.  Other people have to deal with them, we don’t. … Details

Where Does the Responsibility Land?

There’s a difference between excuses and choices and it’s in where the responsibility lands. An excuse explains to someone why the person is acting or not acting the way they are and places the responsibility on someone or something else.  A choice explains to someone why they made a decision to act one way or another and acknowledges that there are other options that were available although it may or may not explain why those other options were not selected.… Details

Understanding Vs. Knowing

It’s common for my clients to want to understand what is going on with them.  They have a problem and they want a solution.  Often they understand the situation, they understand how they got to this place and they understand what they should be doing and what should work, but they can’t or it doesn’t. … Details