Monday, June 24, 2013

The Break Is Done

I wanted a bit of a break before beginning this blog anew. For those of you who have been members of the Chip Coffey discussion board, or once read my materials on The Psychic School on Squidoo, you probably know that, now, both are gone. I removed the school because of changes at Squidoo; Chip recently removed the discussion board without notice. I want to say again I appreciate and remember the feedback we had from about 9,000 members from 2008 until 2013, in over 2,000 threads, of which about 1750 were still up and being read until 2013. Some of the ideas developed there will be shared once again in this blog, but I have to say, the members who spent so much time and care taking part in the discussions on the board in the past, I will not forget, you were terrific, and you are missed. I am glad some of us have kept in touch and become friends outside of the board.

I am a writer now, who will be developing psychic, paranormal, and reincarnation subjects into stories and plays I hope a wide audience will enjoy. The first novel A Small Tale of Shakespeare, is available through It's a novel about how the reality of past life recall often has nothing to do with our ideas of reincarnation - especially if you happen to know a tiny woman who remembers being William Shakespeare!

Let me know if you have any questions about any psychic topics. I'm here when you need me.


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Laying Belief Aside To Open Awareness

We are the makers of demons. No one else. Behind every demonic idea is a human mind.

There will be more on this topic, again, and again, as this blog continues. It's the cornerstone of what I teach about psychic ability. Shared on another website today:

Belief is a powerful detour from what the sixth sense is, which is normal. I grew up with all the legends and stories and the fears people had because of them. Then I laid down the idea I had come from a long line of natural witches, I laid down the fears the church had instilled in us, and I just paid attention to what I was experiencing, and how it all worked. I found that problems with the dark side only existed for those who believe in them. Belief in darkness creates the darkness. When you step away from the belief and replace it with a stronger belief in yourself, one that makes the fear calm down, the magically dark problems aren't there. Any idea of fate or destiny goes away and is replaced by the CHOICE we have in how our gifts are used, and what we experience. We need our psychic sense free to handle the darkness that comes out of everyday things. Belief distracts us. Lay the stories aside, clear your mind, and find out what you actually have within you.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Why You Should Develop Your Psychic Ability

The following article was originally published on as part of my project, The Psychic School on Squidoo. It was intended as a learning tool for the fans of Chip Coffey and the A & E series, Psychic Kids. The Psychic School was removed from Squidoo in 2013.

If Only We Could Know...

It was a heart breaking moment:
“He has died...”

After a little boy became lost in the snow 48 hours before, a woman of the Chip Coffey community contacted our group for help. Two of us tried, but we weren't getting any signal from him, and I became stuck, pointing out the direction he went from his house, but not able to go past a certain point. I can't pick up anything at all when someone is unconscious - it's like getting a blank slate. We sent them prayers and energy and hoped. But it was too late. If someone could have sensed the location earlier, his life might have been saved..

It's a failure that often can't be helped. We haven't known enough about how the sixth sense works.

Psychic ability is like any talent or gift: some of us have a lot of it, some a little. But everyone has, within them, some seed of this ability that can be developed, and should be. I am going to give you some reasons why you should develop yours as much as possible.

How often have you seen an animal seem to have a forewarning that something is about to happen? Have you ever lost a pet in unusual circumstances, only to have that pet find its way to you against all odds? It's not just that animals are aware of things by keenly using their five senses - they are often using a sixth sense. Watch a cat move out of the way for an invisible presence, or a dog bark directly at something that, for you, is not there at all. They are able to pick up things we have blocked from our minds.

All conscious animals have a basic sixth sense. Some have it more than others. As humans we have different degrees of it, the most basic level being known as intuition, or gut feeling. But how many of us ignore our gut feelings altogether?

“He seemed so nice.”

“We never saw it coming.”

“We could all see it, but she didn't seem to have a clue.”

“But she was my best friend! How come I didn't know?”

“If we could only have found that child an hour earlier!”

Being caught off guard and not being able to see a problem coming happens because we have gotten so used to just paying attention to the surface things, and not paying attention to the unseen. Or perhaps you do get gut feelings, but ignore them because you think you are crazy - everything on the surface seems just fine. We want to deny anything that doesn't seem right.

Learning to pay attention both to your intuitions and to what is going on around you helps you break through layers of denial and to stay aware. It could save you from harm.

I was walking home after dark one evening when my warning signals started going off. Two normal looking teen boys were walking about 100 feet behind me on the same side of the street. Nothing on the surface would tell me anything was wrong, but my alarm system was going off like crazy. I crossed the street. They crossed the street after me - I didn't have to look around - I knew it. I started making a plan. Looking around the otherwise deserted street, reaching in my purse for my keys, and opening up my psychic portal to stay completely aware of what they were doing. I saw a well lit part of the street where I hoped I would have an advantage - a grassy bank, where at least if they tried to take me down I could manage to fall and stay somewhat upright. I crossed the street again to get to it. I felt them make an agreement and got ready.

They broke into a run and split up so one could get in front of me, and one behind me - except I quickly turned sideways, with that bank behind me, and the keys held like a knife in my hand. I called on the warrior in me then dropped my voice two octaves and in my craziest loudest voice yelled “Come on baby! Come to Mama!”

I scared the bejesus out of them. They climbed that grassy bank in terror and got away. Later after I talked to the police I would give myself time to shake with the fear I had hidden, but in that moment, I had been warned, I managed my fear, I made a plan, and I got out safe and sound.

That's what paying psychic attention to your surroundings can do for you.

In another instance: I had a feeling I couldn't shake, and a series of weird little mishaps mad me get off track with the city transit. I couldn't catch a bus in the direction I needed to go - they weren't appearing! It was pouring rain, so I got on the next bus going in the wrong direction. That's when it hit me, as I was paying the fare.

“I know this will sound strange,” I said in a calm normal voice to the driver, “but I have a feeling you need to pay close attention on this trip.”

She hated me saying that. She complained as we continued down the road, saying how nervous that made her. I apologized, and again in a normal and calm voice I told her, “I've learned not to ignore when I get something like this. Just pay attention and it will be okay.”

She listened and paid attention, but kept grumbling - until a white pickup shot out of nowhere and came into our lane, heading for a head-on collision. He missed us by inches, and took off. If she had not been paying close attention, at his speed and angle, the damage to her would have hurt her badly.

If I had not gotten on that bus, she would also have been alone when it happened.

We are not always meant to prevent a situation, but if you pay attention to the warnings and act on them in a sensible way, you can stop something terrible from happening.

Sometimes, paying attention keeps you out of company you shouldn't keep.

He was good looking, well dressed, charming, attentive, polite, just a lovely conversationalist. I sat back and didn't join in the talk at the table. At one point he got into the chair next to me. I stayed polite, but didn't let him in my space. He felt the wall.

“Don't you like me?”

I just looked at him and didn't say a word. He went away. The friend I was with said, “what's up? Isn't he cool?”

I said, 'No. He's dangerous.”


A few weeks later Mr. Charming was arrested for murder in a drug deal gone bad.

When you use your psychic sense you can feel when something is wrong, and protect yourself by staying away from trouble.

Sometimes it warns you of inevitable things, and sometimes, it overrides all barriers – even death.

My mother died suddenly on a day that was quarrelsome and unhappy. It was Thanksgiving, and everyone else in the family decided to be somewhere else - there were only my ill parents and me. She died suddenly of a burst aorta, but I had somehow felt something terrible coming - I just was blind to what. I don't think she was - I think she knew, and didn't say, because she was restless and even more miserable than usual for weeks. You couldn't mention Thanksgiving to her without her looking sad. But all our foreboding did not stop it from being a bad death, with no goodbye.

And yet: I already knew there really is no such thing as goodbye. I trusted what I knew.

She first came back two weeks later. I was in bed when I heard her call my name from out in the hall, sad and lonely. I started talking to her from the bed - I didn't want to disturb her. But my father, who had Alzheimer's, flew out of his bedroom, looking for her everywhere.

She was gone. It took me hours to get him calmed down.

The next day he said the last full cognitive thing he ever said to me. “You know, Mama's sad. Not mother, not grandmother. That's death..”

I started talking to Mom all the time, not caring if I couldn't see her. A few days later she came back in a dream and I woke up to realize she was sitting, invisible, on the side of my bed. We talked everything out. We reached resolutions we could not reach while she was alive. And she realized that even dead she DID have the ability to be a mother and grandmother, still. She stayed active in our lives until she reached a point where she was ready to move on, because she was able to fulfill her motherhood in the ways possible to her on the other side. In another post, later, I'll share her full story with you.

We all have the possibilities for resolution. Not just in contacting people after death, but in solving problems, finding what we have lost, healing what is hurt, doing what we can to make amends, with tools that we don't seem to have on the surface of things. We have so many more possibilities than you can know, if you never get in touch with your own psychic sense...

Get ready to learn some of the many ways psychic sense can be used on a daily basis. In the coming posts, you'll find common - and many surprising - ways that information comes to us solely on the back of the energy within us, around us, and from far away.


Moving The Psychic School to here...

The Psychic School at Squidoo has been closed, and the materials are being moved here. I have learned the past few years that  while websites like say they are interested in quality writing, and have attracted some wonderful writers, what they don't say is just how much they wish to take advantage of those writers, with little consideration. I would rather keep my materials under my control and keep the presentation and pages simple and easy to use. So bear with me, I have to undo all the html claptrap Squidoo loaded us down with as I shift the documents over here. The material will be updated, and well worth the wait...