Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Happy Holidays! Here's a Special Treat Just for You.

No matter how good (or bad) the holidays are, let's face it: everyone gets a little frantic around this time of year. Those of us who are sensitive need extra help, to lift our spirits and put our feet back on the ground.


My audio meditations and eCourses can help you build skills to stay grounded and keep in touch with who you REALLY are. So you’ll be able to manage the Holiday Blues, even when you're inundated with all the season’s weighty emotions.

Whenever I'm visiting relatives, I always sneak away to meditate, read one of my "magical" books, and just take 5 to connect with my spirit and regroup. So I know this helps!

Best of all, I’ve a got a FREE HOLIDAY GIFT – Just for YOU!

This month, with every purchase of a $55 audio course, you'll receive a FREE newly recorded BONUS MEDITATION! This special gift will help you get grounded, cleanse your energy, and strengthen up your aura. It will have you powerful-and-primed to face all of the challenges of the season with graceful ease.

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Lose Weight, Get in Shape, and Heal Your Body with Energy Work

Meet and Work with Spirit Guides

Release Your Blocks and Create the Life of Your Dreams

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Tis the season, not only to celebrate with your loved ones, but to be grateful for who YOU are and appreciate your own beautiful spirit. I hope the audio courses I've created will help you to do just that.

Happy Holidays!

With Love,


Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Gifted Intuitive vs. Killer Bargain Hunter

People say I'm a gifted intuitive, but I honestly think one of my greatest talents lies in my ability to successfully (and diligently) shop for bargains. Maybe it's my sixth sense for spying deals, and maybe it's my spiritual support team - I communicate incredibly well with my guides when I'm shopping - but my knack for finding amazing things at astounding prices is nothing short of miraculous.

I am totally serious!

I have stumbled across...

$200 jeans that actually fit me for $20?!

beautiful dresses with $400 price tags for $8?!

cashmere sweaters for $5?!

And so many other amazing and incredible things - shoes, bags, makeup, beauty products, etc. - that it would take me all day to list them.

There are a lot of places (new and vintage) to get deals in LA, and my guides even help when I ask them to...steering me to the right racks...sending uplifting messages through music...even connecting me to the right sales people. Just today, a handsome young man (does that make me sound like a grandma or what?) looked at me and asked "Do you need help with anything?" I smiled and said no, and then he said "Well just let me know if you need anything at all, ok? I'm here to help you." I know this might sound crazy, but I totally felt like that was my guides/the universe coming through, because earlier this morning I had asked them for help, to feel happy and loved and supported. Not only did they get me a free parking spot right in front of the Beverly Connection, where there are only a handful of free 45 minute parking spots (it's a pay-to-park lot), but they helped me score a beautiful pair of Valentino sunglasses for an UNEARTHLY deal.

Kicking the Bargain Habit with the Perfect Shopping Formula

After my son was born, I started scaling back with my shopping habit. It just isn't right for 3 year old Ivan to be dragged from shop to shop -  he needs to be at the park, not at TJ Maxx. I decided to shop for clothes only 4 times per year - spring, summer, fall, and winter. Once a quarter I get to shop for about two weeks to get everything I need for that season (without Ivan in tow). This plan has been working really well. I no longer shop for clothes randomly. Now I've got a formula. Trends + seasons + checklists = wardrobe.

Finding a Balance

But I realized I was still shopping regularly, and I felt GUILTY about it. I need to get gifts all the time, things for the home, and toys, clothes, and shoes for Ivan. I mean, I only bring Ivan to shop with me once a week or so, but the whole notion of shopping, acquiring things, spending time on all these material pursuits...sometimes it feels like it's not the best thing to focus on. I mean come on, SHOPPING? as a hobby? Ridiculous.

I love to shop, though. It takes my mind off of things, and I'm able to focus, and also to totally manifest what I'm looking for. It's fun for me, and it's relaxing. I feel like I'm talented at it, and I love the thrill of finding things, and of asking my guides for help, and then receiving it. For more info on how you can do this with your guides, check out my Spirit Guides workshop here.

Indulging Yourself Prudently

Sometimes our greatest talents are things we're not necessarily proud of, or things we just don't take seriously. But by bargain shopping, I'm allocating the funds we have to more important things, like Ivan's education, and to my business - saving hundreds on sunglasses means I can go to spiritual workshops and classes to learn new healing methods and modalities that will help clients. It's my way of budgeting wisely while still allowing myself to have the nice things I didn't have as a kid.

I have a lot of talents, and I'm sure you do too. I'm good at doing readings and healings for people, and I love it. I'm good at cooking. I'm great at being on time, at planning and being accountable and dependable. I don't know if I'm a talented artist, but I'm learning how to paint. And there are other things I'm forgetting right now.

There are so many things to learn, to work on, to practice and play and get into in this lifetime. Maybe I'll decide I don't want to shop at all anymore, or maybe I'll find a new system for miscellaneous gift and household shopping that will free up my time for other things.

But for the mean time, I think I'll stop feeling guilty for loving to do something shallow. It relaxes me, brings me joy, and takes my mind off of all my worries - and for now, what more could I want out of a hobby?

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving! What are You Grateful For?

It's Thanksgiving Week here in the US. While I am not at all fond of Thanksgiving dinner itself (and I don't like pumpkin pie!), it's lovely to have a holiday where we focus on what we're grateful for. In fact, prayers and meditations on gratitude are extremely powerful. Just direct your thoughts for 5 or 10 minutes several times a week, and think about all the people and things you are grateful for, and you will really raise your vibes, shift your perspective, and dramatically improve your life!

Here are some of the things I'm grateful for:

My husband, Ryan, the love of my life
My son, Ivan, the light of my life
Aloysius and Coco, the cats who are sharing their lives with us
You! for being here and reading what I write
The gift of health
My family, for being who they are
The friends who have been so kind, loving, and loyal 
My morning espresso
All of the thoughtful, generous, life-changing spiritual teachers who have helped me heal
The fulfilling and inspiring work I do that can help transform people's lives
The people who have shared their spirits with me and let me do readings and healings on them
The gift of connecting to my higher power
Fresh fruit, delicious veggies, cheese!, dark chocolate, jalapenos and ice cream
Delicious wine from all over the world
Great stories
Beautiful art
Cold mornings, cozy blankets, pajamas, and cartoons
The great outdoors and the magnificent beauty of the world we live in

My list could go on forever, but I don't want to bore you! What are some of the things and people you're grateful for?

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Do You Have Abandonment Issues?

I've been learning this new healing process called The Emotion Code. I've been working with a couple of healers on personal issues, and experimenting with using it on myself and others.

Recently, during a session, I hit a MAJOR nerve related to my abandonment issues. Through the Emotion Code method, I worked on releasing abandonment from when my mom divorced my dad when I was 3, stuff leading up to that when I was 2 that I don't remember, fear of abandonment from when I was en utero and my mom was told by her doctors that she and I would both die if she didn't abort me (she had cancer), and then, of course, the ultimate abandonment: when she died when I was 15.

Of course, any terrible painful emotional experience is an opportunity for the soul to learn and to grow. So I decided to tune into my spirit guides about the spiritual meaning behind abandonment issues.

Here's what came through:

1. Abandonment does not really exist. People come, and people go. Humans are not made to live forever, nor are animals. The spirit lives on, and in spirit, we are all one. What you perceive as abandonment in the form of death is merely a transition from one vibrational level to another. From density to light. From timefulness to timelessness. There is no time in the world of energy. Time does not exist.

2. Any and all loss you endure is temporary. In the true nature of the universe, loss does not exist. We are all comprised of energy, and energy never disappears. In the earth plane, it might feel as though loss is forever, but it is not.

3. The physical human body experiences agonizing pain and suffering. Not only does the physical body suffer, but the emotional body suffers as well. It might be simple to say that this is an illusion, but while in the flesh, it is difficult to see this as such. These sufferings are very traumatic and devastating. If a human can overcome them, see that even the suffering is an illusion, soothe and nurture the soul, and see and feel and live in the light, the soul will grow and evolve in this lifetime, and a great lesson will be learned.

4. Your ego perceives abandonment as the ultimate rejection, which contributes to you feeling worthless of love, worthless of anything. If you think about the other person's path and what led them to leave you, realizing that you personally actually have very, very little to do with their decision, you will find some relief.

5. Humans have a great fear of being left alone. Being abandoned in some cases causes people to feel rejected. As if not only were they rejected by one or several people, but perhaps they deserve to be rejected by the whole human race. This is about being separate from others, when in fact, we are all one. There is no separation. All is one and one is all. It is an illusion that we are separate from one another, and this illusion causes great pain. See the whole for what is is, and know that you are no less deserving of rejection than the man or woman sitting next to you. We are all the same.

6. Completely succumbing to the pain of abandonment is a way to avoid your own power. By feeding the fear and sorrow, you focus on that, and forget the truth: that you are more powerful than you could ever believe. You are limitless.

If you're interested in learning more about The Emotion Code, check out this link. The healer I work with personally is amazing, so if you feel like you could benefit from working with her, email her by clicking these words and let her know you heard about her through krishanti.com.

Have you suffered from abandonment issues, how did you cope? Have you healed yet? If so, how long did it take?

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Karma - You Can't Escape It!

Picture this: you're born. Ta-daaaa!

And for some reason completely unbeknownst to you, somebody already has it written into your life plan that they will hate you, or hurt you, or make your life really really hard for reasons that make no sense to you at all whatsoever. Just because of...


Karma can be created in this lifetime, or it can carry over from other lifetimes. People will do things to you that you totally didn't deserve in this lifetime, because of something you did to them in another lifetime. Cycles that you don't necessarily WANT to repeat, will repeat, because of karma. You will have to fight battles you don't want to fight and learn lessons you might not want to learn, because of karma.

Karma 101:

Karma is like one of those laws of the universe that is written in stone. It's a balancing of the scales. You do something bad, something bad is done to you. You do something good, something good comes back to you. It makes great sense in this lifetime, and it's easy to rationalize. Let's say as a teenager, you shoplift some eyeshadow. The next week, your backpack gets stolen. Karma! That's so simple and perfect, right? I love it. The kind of karma that's harder to figure out is the kind that has to do with bigger things, like why you can't get along with a certain person, or why the same things keep happening to you over and over again, or why you had to be born into certain circumstances.

Karma and Relationships:

I love doing past life readings, because they are just so enlightening and fascinating to watch and understand. I've noticed that it seems like people have very similar relationships with the other people in their lifes, life after life after life. It's almost as if, until the lesson is learned (for those negative relationships), the cycle will continue until the karma is resolved. How is the karma resolved? By seeing the issue for what it is - like getting to the root of the matter - then removing the energetic charge, for the most part, with true unconditional love and forgiveness, thereby breaking the karmic cycle.

Karma and Money:

Some people seem to have it all, right? While others struggle and toil and just can't get ahead. Let's say, life after life after life, you were just the richest person in the land. You were born into money and never really had to work. But your soul got bored, and decided that in this lifetime, you'd set it up so you'd have to work HARD to earn what you get, and you'd experience just what it was like to struggle, and to actively try and manifest wealth on your own. Bummer for you, right? But in a sense, it would be really quite fun and interesting to see how you meet the challenge from a spiritual perspective. Do you overcome it, realize how powerful you truly are, and create the life you want, or do you succomb to misery and sorrow over your lot in life?

Karma and Health:

It is tragic and unfair when people are born with disabilities, or have to struggle with health issues at any point in their lives. Everyone's karma is different around this and it's really complicated. Some people have disabilities and health issues to teach others in their lives how to learn compassion; they are the most fundamentally pivotal spiritual teachers of all. Others have disabilities to learn how to cope in life with a vessel that doesn't function optimally. Whatever the case is, karma as it pertains to health and the physical body is the most hardcore karma there is. And yet, some people master it beautifully, and not only thrive in life, but teach and inspire others as well.

There's No "Umbrella" Solution to Karma

It's surprising to thing of the billions of situations people could have been in, and things they could have done, that could cause karma to play out in this lifetime. Every single person has a unique set of circumstances and situations that contribute to their karma. If you're seeking answers, one of the most helpful arenas to delve into would be the whole past life connection. Brian Weiss is one of the leaders in past life studies, and his first book, Many Lives, Many Masters, is a classic.

If you think there's some karma you're paying for now that you incurred in a past life, a past life regression could definitely help you figure things out so that you can hopefully work on balancing out the karmic scales. Brian Weiss has some really great past life regression CD's, or you can find a hypnotherapist to work with.

If you think you're doing things to incur more bad karma now, you can obviously stop what your doing and change your path, and make up for it. It's never too late to apologize, make amends, change your thoughts, change your actions, and balance your karma out that way.

What's your karma like this time around? Do you think it's fair?