On Sunday, June 10th we graduated 22 people from our training programs and celebrated with a big party at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Portland.Read More
Winston Churchill planned his own funeral, which took place in Saint Paul’s Cathedral. He included many of the great hymns of the church, and used the eloquent Anglican liturgy.Read More
This past Sunday, December 10th more than 50 people - students, supporters and seekers - came to watch as some of our students graduate their year-long Clairvoyant Training. We celebrated in style at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Portland; I led a brief psychic meditation and then we acknowledged the sense of purpose, commitment, amusement, and grace of these students. Afterwards, guests received readings from our student readers, and there was a lot of laughter and energy in movement. It was beautiful to watch and participate in.Read More
Students at PPS were asked to read the prospects of the Trailblazer's season! It was a lot of fun to do and I think there's some great stuff in there for the team and management to look at for themselves. :) Special thanks to PDX Monthly Magazine for the great spread and for asking us to do this!Read More
“We are the ancestors of the age to come, the unwitting generators of it’s supporting mythologies and models that will inspire future lives.”Read More
Meditation has become a key to everything I desire. I am happy I take the time to meditate every day, it has changed my entire life, and I feel lighter and more alive. I love being able to see and sense auras and energy, it brings an a new, fun, and dynamic dimension to my life."Read More
"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.Read More
"Spirituality is not a fancy process of mechanical exercises or affirmations. It is not some thing that you rub on. It is something you live day by day, and it comes from within you."Read More
“We can only escape from the world by outgrowing the world.Read More
"Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free."Read More
“It is far better to be free, to leave the forts and barricades of fear, to stand erect and face the future with a smile.Read More
"Meditation is nothing but a device to make you aware of your real self - which is not created by you, which need not be created by you, which you already are. You are born with it. You are it! It needs to be discovered.Read More
"To reach our port we must Sail; Sail - not tie at anchor, Sail - not drift." - FDR
"To put things simply, our desires are frequently insincere."Read More
"To feel the intimacy of brothers is a marvelous thing in life. To feel the love of people whom we love is a fire that feeds our life. But to feel the affection that comes from those whom we do not know, from those unknown to us, who are watching over our sleep and solitude, over our dangers and our weaknesses — that is something still greater and more beautiful because it widens out the boundaries of our being, and unites all living things."Read More
"We live in a time of the dissected soul, the immediate disclosure; our thoughts, imaginings and longings exposed to the light too much, too early and too often, our best qualities squeezed too soon into a world already awash with too easily articulated ideas that oppress our sense of self and our sense of others."Read More
Being psychic involves skills that can be learned, just like any craft or art. It is a bit like learning a language, the language of spirit. In fact, "becoming" psychic is no different than "becoming" an artist - the fundamental first step is learning to find and accept yourself, making your work personal by following your inner voice and inner muse, and learning tools and a craft to express yourself to the world.Read More
PPS is a safe, welcoming, supportive space to learn to use my psychic tools and, in turn, to discover my own truth. The more I learn, the more I want to know. It's pure magic." - Carrie, Online Clairvoyant StudentRead More
The only choice we have as we mature is how we inhabit our vulnerability, how we become larger and more courageous and more compassionate through our intimacy with disappearance, our choice is to inhabit vulnerability as generous citizens of loss, robustly and fully, or conversely, as misers and complainers, reluctant, and fearful, always at the gates of existence, but never bravely and completely attempting to enter, never wanting to risk ourselves, never walking fully through the door.Read More
We do not become healers.
We came as healers. We are.
Some of us are still catching up to what we are.
We do not become storytellers.
We came as carriers of the stories
we choose to live. We are.