The first thing you should know about me is that I am kind.

 I am a realistic (meaning flawed) practicing Buddhist who just also happens to be a medium.  Yup, I see and communicate with the dead.  I also am very, very interested in all things metaphysical, spiritual, and self-help.  If there's a book on those things, I've probably read it.  I've spent the past decade studying Buddhism, Spirituality, Psychic Development, Energy Healing, Crystals and Gemstones, and Past Lives.  I could talk about it for days.  Seriously.  So I decided to start this blog a few years ago so I could do just that; write about my experiences with the dead.  Write about my feelings on all those spiritual topics.  And hopefully help others to develop their own special gifts and live life in a beautiful, healthy way. 

I work primarily in Kaiserslautern, Germany but occasionally travel to various Animal Sanctuaries, Zoos, and Refuge Centers throughout the world to help animals that are unable to travel.  I also visit various haunted establishments throughout Europe to assist earthbound spirits in crossing over.  I offer many of my services via Skype and email for those unable to visit me in person. 

 I do have a few credentials that I worked very hard for, and am proud to have earned.  I am a Certified Medium, Certified Animal Healer (through the Guild of Energists in England), Certified Usui Reiki Master, and Certified Level 1 Shamanic Practitioner. 

Taking my love of animals one step further, I founded, and now manage, an Exotic Pet and Farm Animal Rescue in Germany and Kentucky, USA

I also work diligently to heal animals and educate the public through another blog:

I am married to my high school sweetheart, mother of one wild young man, and share my home with 2 rescued diabolical cats, one deaf Boston terrier, a gerbil, and two dwarf hamsters.

I am known to be silly and full of laughter.  
I also give great hugs. 

So here we are.  Please stay awhile, read a bit, share your thoughts, and please reach out.  

Let's start a conversation and connect.  
It will be fun, I promise.

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