Author Chat About Psychic Abilities

Originally published on Goodreads on 3 December 2018

What is the book about?
I stand with scores of people who believe that we are spirits having a human experience. Because of this, we are naturally psychic. Psychic Development for Everyday Living is a booklet that helps people understand all they see, hear, know, or feel is normal.

What inspired you to write it?
I was considering a few different psychic development courses and realized that there were free, easy and fun ways to go about it. I wanted to share the information with people not yet ready for the psychic development that takes a lot of time, patience, and perseverance.

What do you want readers to get from the book?
There’s fear around the word psychic. It’s actually the same as being intuitive, having extrasensory perception (ESP), ‘the gift,’ or a gut instinct. The language muddles the experiences.

Is there anything unique about the book?
People may be taken aback by the simplicity of psychic development.

What are you working on now?
Archangel Michael guided me to ‘stand in the sun,’ which, because I was studying Vedic astrology, meant to live as a Sagittarius Sun. Tropical astrology had me cast as a Capricorn Sun; it did not resonate with me at all. It felt disconnected to how I lived. Interestingly enough, I am a Capricorn ascendant, which does resonate because there are parts of my life where I am very patient and grounded. As a result, I’ve been doing Soul Path Readings for people that integrates the sidereal natal chart, numerology, and messages from Spirit.

As a writer, I’m devoting myself more to poetry. I study the four yoga paths — bhakti, raja, jhana, and karma — and take time living them every day. My experiences with my spiritual practice and astrology studies are in my poetry.

Is there any thing else to share at this moment?
I hope readers are inspired to share their own experiences about being psychic. It helps others to be more open to everything life has to offer. Sharing and being vulnerable makes our experiences normal, which they are. It’s long overdue to recognize ourselves as spirits.


A lot has changed since publishing this book in 2017. Studying with SNUi gave me a different perspective about the spirit world, challenged what I thought was true, and validated many experiences. I am grateful for the lessons from self study and with the organization.

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