Consciousness of the Collective

I have been thinking about the nature of thoughts as living things and the vibratory nature of silence and harmony versus disharmony or unrest for many years. This concept is not new. Since I’m just back from India, I was out of my own San Francisco space for awhile and I see more clearly on this. As I observed and sat with this, lI was struck by the concept that each person is responsible for their own environmental field as it is. I have had this thought often especially as it relates to mantra, and meditation. Depending on the nature of thought, and clarity of mind can create vitality or the opposite.

Working in a law firm I witness people facing off with expensive suits which are often contentious and It seems like I ended up working in here to see the bigger picture of the nature of what it is to be well from a deep level or learning what not to do. Also I learned how to modulate my energy based on my own vibration not on externals. I still generate thought forms and sometimes the disruption of energy within my field while at work can require a new level of detachment and a salt bath.

So there is the space that we all live within, a vibratory energetic environment that has memory as in, if a temple has been chanted within for hundreds of years and people enter it is easy to feel that. This is the same with your brain, your home, your job. If your mind gets into negative thinking, blame or self doubt it pulls you down but it also pollutes the space. If a couple fights in their home daily it creates disharmony that becomes dense and radiates to the neighbors. Maybe on the other hand you laugh, chant mantra, sing and burn incense. It is up to you what is added.

Besides words themselves loving energy to self and grounding energies is a way to assure a positive inner environment that reflects in the outer.

What is important is that we can sweeten peoples lives or our own by the thoughts we project. We are also subject to the energies around us. Neutrality is important as to not feed into the collective drama with judgment. If someone has rage in a room that even if you don’t know that person it will effect you to walk into that space where the anger occurred.

So be kind in the thoughts you have about yourself and others. Stay neutral if someone gets heated. Do your best to control the energies so that wherever we go harmony can exist and amplify! This is a simple truth that through awareness can greatly impact the whole.


These last 6 months I have been focusing on music, healing and going deeply within. As I sit in silence, in nature, chant and reflect I find deep peace within that I have never known. Music soothes the depths of my being. I am content in my being at my core. The light is just everywhere. I am feeling called to share the clairsentient gifts I have been cultivating within myself in a more intimate way with my word of mouth connections as well as allowing for my reach to expand to more who are called to learn or experience healing from me. Part of my calling is to assist others in mastering their own energetic field. I also feel called to bridge better understanding through example for those not familiar or skeptical of the power of energy healing and knowing. So much is possible to shift but the collective as a whole does not fully grasp this yet due to the lens of scientific, linear, non- miracle accepting mindsets and the conning antics of a few inauthentic faux-mediums who use their insights for their own gain.

May this knowledge reach those who need to hear this. Particularly I want those who are feelers to understand the blessing and gifts of energy sensitivity that can, when without experiential knowledge, feel overwhelming or challenging. It is from my own growth process that I relate this. There were not blogs on such topics as I was growing up as it wasn’t something even considered in the collective yet.

I can, as a result of my life’s path, help compassionate feelers to ground into their own energetic field and discern the subtlety of their environment, social situations or their own wiring. The sum grace of this, is that now I am to impart this subtle embodiment of truth because I have lived through the process. I have helped many people through my distilled summary of many years of my own experiences. To open peoples heart and minds in a more easeful way is one way I am of service.

I find my own core has opened to a steady flow of incoming sacred knowledge that comes through me via healing work I do for people, animals and the earth. Why don’t I share this more is something I just comprehended in my mind when my car lost it’s steering in June and I experienced a near death experience. Without having to live through any damage to my health I was able to get profound insights to my own hesitation to imparting knowledge per some perceptions I had having to do with humility and not wanting to push my views. The teaching I am interested in is for the sake of the whole so that is not an issue. The car is gone but I am safe and blessed with gratitude for my purpose!

My extended trip to India has further expanded my capacity of perception, of bringing together qualities of depth, surrender and to trust and navigate the reliable flow of grace. The extensive pranayama, chanting and havan sadana practices changed my whole being.

In a few weeks I will start offering healing with colored light that I will pair with the infinite dimensional Pranashakthi healing I already do. I will expand on this once I receive the light pen and work within it. I believe this literal “light work” will also work remotely just as effectively as if I am present. I normally work remotely with Pranashakthi the modality I specialize in. I positively feel this color therapy will be transmit-able in the same way I send remote healing for physical and emotional issues. I will test this in the coming weeks.

If anyone has any questions or comments please feel free to contact me.

Bangalore, Coimbatore and Kanyakumari. Now to see Amma in Kerala.

We have ventured on a self-guided yatra after closing down the apartment in the beautiful temple where we lived in Vrindavan. We cooked all meals on our gas stove. I would purchase veggies daily from Radha, or her son if she was not there. We had an extensive Pranayama Sadana and I did lots of Yajna on the roof in the company of monkeys, squirrels and parrots. I also worked on my Devanagari for Sanskrit and Hindi. I am reading and writing but slowly. Time here was also spent absorbing healing knowledge. Several people needed healing on this leg of the trip. I have friends here so some socializing also happened.

We then moved to attend a workshop with Sadguru on Shambhavi. It was two days at a huge event center in Bangalore with 8000 other people. How he manages to attract that many people is impressive. To chant AUM with that many people was so special. Some of class and workshop was recorded previously and there was some time with Sadguru himself. We were quite far. I am taking on this practice twice a day for 40 days. I already have Shambhavi training from my guru for healing but that training from Pranashakthi Mastership is for healing purposes so I will see how this goes.

Inspired by this event and being very close to his ashram in Coimbatore we decided to venture by train there. The Isha Center is beautiful. I spent two days there. There is a Suraya and Chandra Kund, (women bathe in the Chandra Kund), a Bharavi Temple, the huge Adiyogi bust, as well as a meditation hall with Shiva Lingam. On the last day there I wanted to dip in the Chandra Kund and went right before it closed as we were making offerings in the day to each temple. I was the only woman there! That was an inspiring highlight! The tall roof has a magnificent mural. There is a water fall and a Shiva Lingam in the kund. When I went earlier in the day there were many many women.

The next stop was Kanyakumari the Southern-most tip of India where three seas meet and the sun rises and sets in the same place. We took a train and were fortunate to find a booking on the seaside. The cab from the train whose license plate ended in 3333 (meaning angels are present) found us the place. It was only available for 3 nights so we later moved to an even better location outside of the hustle and bustle near the Viveckananda Kendra which was a shanti campus with exhibits, Ekanathji Ranade the Kendra and Viveckananda Memorial’s founder’s memorial Samadi and a private beach. Ekanath enabled the Viveckananda memorial to be built through his persistence and creativity. There was an exhibit on how he achieved this which was amazing! There was a Bose nursery there I am not sure if he had been at the Kendra during his lifetime but he was the soul who found that plants feel pain. I am inspired to read more about him.

The hotel we stayed at was crazy but because of the city being booked we didn’t have a huge choice. The manager was a drinker and the toilet and sink was not connected to running water with no toilet seat. We had to wait for hours to check in even though we came way after check in time. It was a blessing nevertheless to be able to stay. It isn’t everywhere that you can have ripe mangoes in December.

We bathed in the holy waters, watched sunsets and sunrises, went twice to the Amman temple and had a lovely time! I went to an exhibit on the Ramayanaa and was able to read it all. At the end there is a larger than life murti of Matabharata or “Mother India” this moved me almost to tears it was so magnificent!

Gandhi’s ashes were housed in Kanyakumari and there is a memorial there. The spot where his ashes were held lights with the sun on his birthday each year and water never comes through the hole in he ceiling.

I am resting now in the very air conditioned train headed for Amma’s Ashram for New Years Eve! Looking forward to that! More travels to come.

Leaving Vrindavan

We closed down the apartment in Vrindavan this morning and are heading South for the warmer climate and a workshop in Bangalore. Visiting Kanyakumari after the weekend. Always there is a bitter sweetness when departing this special sweetness.

Last night I wished I would see Bindi the female dog I have been feeding many times during my stay when she manifested in front of me. I was worried for her continued wellbeing because although her strength has substantially improved she is still weak and shaking. As I was feeding her another dog who has a head injury appeared. When I looked up a man was standing in front of me and he stated that he looks after the dogs in the area. He promised to care for her. I knew he was authentic in his words because many dogs were trailing him and at ease with his presence. She was not familiar with him and held close to my presence. A touching moment for me.

Earlier in the day I met for lunch with Nikunja from Food For Life who I was blessed to meet. During my stay she showed me the schools, garden and cow sanctuary. They even have a few Blue Antelopes there. We had many nice visits.

Was able to visit with a girl Radha I met in 2014 who is now a mother. I ran into her as I went to take my favorite walk. Her child is named OM and was astrologically chosen.

I went to the Raj Mandir to see Sadhu Maharaj and sat and spoke with him for some time.

Upon completing my visit I went and purchased a brass singing bowl that was hand made. It has a lovely tone and will be useful in leading classes, workshops and healing events when I return. I experimented with sound healing utilizing my voice, healing and the bowl. I will work with this more as this is resonating deeply.

I love you Vrindavan! फिर मिलेंगे

Dog Seva

A few days ago I was walking near my apartment in Vrindavan. I saw this sweet dog I named Bindi per a perfect mud dot between her eyes. She was so thin, and shaking was foraging in trash in the alley. I had some biscuits I had picked up the day before for feeding hungry dogs which are a common sight.

When I fed her I realized she had a neurological issue and that her spine was bent. She could not eat well from the ground because she was shaking so much. I am a healer and intended to give some healing too but she had left before I got back with water for her.

I sent her remote Pranashakthi energy healing that night but could not get her out of my mind. She was so weak and was so shaky when she tried to ear from the ground.

Yesterday when I went to get milk I saw her again in the same place. I was ecstatic she was alive and appeared stronger. I again fed her and was able to capture some images of her for the sake of remote healing.

Tomorrow I will take the extra rotis I made today around to all the ravenous dogs in my neighborhood inspired by my new friend Bindi and will hopefully see her gentle soul again soon.

Back in Vrindavan

I have moved into an apartment in Braj for the month of November and am settling in for focus on honing Pranashakthi healing techniques, on coursework for my healing classes, on my music, meditation, on my Sadana! The luxury of this much focused time to tend to my practice it is a true luxury! So grateful for my life and how it flows!