Monday, April 28, 2014

Just to make it official for everyone, my beau (White Otter) and I have decided it's time to combine households here in the Albuquerque, NM area.  Otter and I have known one another for almost 2 years now, have been dating since last summer, and finally decided that life's too short and we have way too many spiritual endeavors we want to explore together.  I called my children yesterday to let them know, and will be sharing with my parents soon, but suffice it to say we are already making lists of spiritual places here and elsewhere to explore together.

Currently our "Spiritual Travel" bucket list consists of:
1)  Chaco Canyon (on horseback?)
2)  Dulce, NM area and ancient ruins up that way
3)  Seeking out interesting and unusual petroglyphs all over!
4)  Checking out some more hot springs
5)  Panning for gold, looking for treasure and seeking cool historic places along the Pecos River
6)  Rafting down the Rio Grande, the Colorado, the Green or the Snake Rivers.
7)  Meeting other sacred clothing designers around and about
8)  Learning about the good people of the Zuni Pueblo and their history
9)  Picking up some of the local Pueblo Native American words and phrases
10)  Checking out the energy vortexes in the Sedona area

If you know of other ideas, please leave a comment below and I can see if we should add it to our list.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

It's been a wonderful first weekend of Spring here in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area.  I've been spending glorious time sitting outside in the warm sun, listening to the birds and gazing at the peach tree in early full bloom. 

On March 20th we lit a small fire and drummed in the first minutes of Spring.  Thank Tunkasila the Winter of 2013-14 is officially over.  It was a difficult one for many.

Yesterday, White Otter and I traveled north an hour to Santa Fe and met with other like minded folks to participate in the World Water Day ceremony.  Frenchie's Barn Park in Santa Fe boasts both a labyrinth as well as a water wheel site constructed with natural and white stones.  The design was very similar to the waterwheel image below. 
I was reminded that water is everything to the life on our little blue marble.  So, next time you pass a river, a stream, a lake or a pond, bless the water....REALLY bless it. Bless your drinking water, put good thoughts and energy into that which you cook with, bath in, launder with and consume in any fashion.  Pure water is a precious commodity and we here in the United States take for granted.  It's time to become more conscious my friends....time to become much more conscious.

Monday, March 10, 2014

New Mexico - Land of Enchantment

I've been quiet on my blog over the past year, working on many things in my personal life.  To date, over the past 14 months I've lost nearly 80 lbs, sewn numerous original dress and shirt designs for my friends who walk the Red Road, and made a hand painted whale quilt for a Lakota Chief.  In June of 2013, a wonderful new man from New Mexico came into my life.  His name is White Otter and together we have been exploring historical places and things, traveling, and doing powerful energy work.  White Otter invited me to spend my first winter ever outside of the state of  Iowa, and I eagerly agreed.  Thus, the second week of January, we drove to his home in the desert southwest.

This week, we will be traveling to the World College in Montezuma, New Mexico.  Our purpose for visiting this lovely little village nestled in the mountains of just east of Santa Fe is two fold.  First, we are heading to the Dwan Light Sanctuary ( to take some time to meditate in the quiet and the calm of the moving rainbow prisms of light.

After that, we are making the trip to the hot springs just down the hill from the castle.  White Otter and I have visited these natural sulfur and lithium pools before and at least once a month try to soak up the goodness that they provide.   These springs
are located five miles north of Las Vegas on NM 65 (Hot Spring Blvd.) on the property of the Armand Hammer United World College of the American West. these hot springs are open to the public for free.
If you go, take your bathing suit and a towel and prepare to soak for an hour or two.  The pools pictured in the image above are, according to a local gentleman I spoke with, both sulfur and lithium.  Farther to the south a hundred feet or more are springs that are mostly lithium.  Let me tell you from personal experience, the lithium makes you happy, calm, and a bit sleepy.  It's perfect for moving into that deeper, connected, meditative state.  Lucky me, after our soak, I get to be a passenger on the way home and stay in that trance-like bliss while White Otter drives.
So, think of me on Wednesday as I'm enjoying one of Mom Nature's best free mineral spring cures for what ails you.

Sunday, April 08, 2012

Getting ready

I was contacted three weeks ago in mid March by a casting company out of California asking if I would be interested in being the psychic on a new television series that was in the development stages. I let them know that yes, I would be very interested and they sent me a video camera for the interview so that they could ask me some questions over the phone and film my responses. I guess I must have done all right because I got the word about ten days ago that the major network the show was being pitched to approved me. Woot!

I can't disclose any details at this time, but suffice it to say that I've been pulling together the things I need to travel to other states and do paranormal investigation for a number of episodes. I do not yet have the schedule for filming, but the casting director told me it would be "sooner rather than later."

During my interview, I let them know that I could sketch out some of the images that I perceived so that the people I was working with could see essentially through my eyes. I think they liked that idea.

Here's the funny part. Over the past week, I'm already getting images of upcoming places I will be visiting and snapshots of the paranormal things I will see there. So, I've decided to keep a log of what I'm seeing by beginning to sketch things out as they spontaneously show up. This afternoon I completed sketch number two and will continue as long as the images come.

I'm also keeping my dream journal right by my bed and recording my dreams as well as other things that happen during the night.

Two nights ago, I got a 3:30 am spiritual visit. I was getting up to let the dog out, and was sitting at the edge of my bed. I had the curtains open and it was a cloudy night. The moon was not visible, so it was pretty dark. I live in a wooded area and don't have any lights that show though that bedroom window from streetlights or other homes. Suddenly, as I was watching, something large and black wooshed past the window, momentarily making it appear as if everything outside suddenly was blacked out and then was back again. This wasn't a bird, because the entire area outside the window frame was involved. It didn't have a negative feel, just a curious feel, as if someone (male I think) was peeking in from outside my second story bedroom to check me out. There was nothing scary about it, but I certainly was left with a "I wonder who THAT was?" sort of question.

Curiouser and curiouser.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Missing Person Cases

How do I as a psychic investigator, start to work on a case involving a missing person? Honestly, I approach it from several different angles simultaneously. I'm involved in a case here in Iowa currently and can walk you step by step through the process as it evolves.

1) I am called in on the case...usually by the family, close friends, or law enforcement involved. I always acquire the name of the investigative agency the family is working with and either let them know myself that the family has called me in on the case, or the family informs the agency. Note: If a perpetrator is still at large, if providing information to the family would potentially put any of them in harms way, I funnel ALL information I gather directly to the investigative agency and not to the family itself.

2) I take the missing person's name(s), their birth dates, and the city and state where they live. I also ask for a recent photograph. If the clothing they were last seen in is available, I take down those details as well.

3) I ask for the last date, place and time where someone new exactly where the missing person was last seen. If a vehicle is involved, I take a description of that (make, model, year, color.)

4) Holding the above information loosely, either at my home or on site, I go back in time to the last known location and psychically begin asking for information. I pay attention to detailed phrases that enter my head, compass directions, sense of distance from the starting point, and any other clues that may come while sitting still. I usually get an immediate sense of whether the person is alive or deceased.

5) Establishing the path or route - In cases where I am able to be on site, I will lock onto the missing individual. If they are deceased, they often provide me with clues as I drive from their last known location. If not, I utilize Google maps, satellite images and street views to assist me as I dowse the route.

6) Often times, if the missing individual was taken by car, or drove themselves somewhere, I will psychically put myself in the back seat of the car and look for distinctive landscape features, signs, markers, or buildings....anything that is more than just numbers of roads or highways. Remember, psychic information comes in the right brain, so shapes, colors, turns, even sometimes compass directions and estimated distance are all much easier to pick up than the number of a house or highway.

7) I keep a notebook beside me as I psychically travel the route and note any details, clues or phrases that spontaneously arise or come from the missing person. I do not edit anything because most of the time it's the strangest, weirdest phrases that turn out to be the most accurate. If it feels like the missing person is actually speaking their own words, I put quotes around the phrase and note the date and time. I also write down the exact route that I took so it can easily be retraced later.

8) I pay very close attention to what I call the "too far" feeling. For me, it feels as if I've hit a wall of thickened Jello and have to turn around and go back to the place where I feel like I'm in the right zone or area. It's not unlike the childhood game Warmer/Colder because there is a distinct feeling that comes with psychically catching a positive scent. If I have narrowed the search down to a specific area, let's say a large woods, I will circle the area first looking for warmer spots or anything distinctive that calls to me. If you tell searchers the missing person is "by a tree" that's not going to help a bit. If you instead say, "look 30 feet back from the pull in on the north side of the woods, you'll see coiled up wire or barbed wire to your right....ignore that but go left from there and watch the ground carefully for a black slip on shoe at the edge where the gravel meets the grass," can see where these specifics can help searchers know they've hit the right area.

9) I still utilize plain old investigative 101 logic in conjunction with my searching. If a person went missing in the middle of the night, or if a murder is suspected and a gun was utilized, you have different search parameters than in daylight. If I can, I check out the weather from the local airport data at the time of the disappearance.

10) When I'm working a case, I will often spend several minutes before bed time each night asking for any help that can be had from individual's in the spirit realm. I specifically ask for the missing person to show me in my dreams any and all helpful detailed information.

I may add more to this blog as I work on this case and details of how I work a psychic investigation come to me.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Okay...just in case folks have forgotten as we head into the cold and flu season.... This is the the usual immune system boosters reminder for when you feel you are coming down with the CRUD:
500 mg Vitamin C every 3 hours to boost the immune system. Zinc up to 100 mg per day to make it really hard for the bacteria to have babies.
Lysine - 1 capsule per day because many viruses hate lysine and because it boosts the immune system (but only keep it up for 10 days to 2 weeks.) Never take L-Lysine more than 6 months without a break!
Olive leaf extract (for it's anti-viral AND anti-bacterial AND anti-fungal properties) 3 capsules (1500 mg) every six hours like clockwork for 10 days when you feel the icky symptoms coming on. This is a really potent dosage that's used in 3rd world countries to fight HIV and malaria...yep, it's that good!

Eat foods that boost the immune system...garlic is at the top of the list. I would rank fresh pineapple for it's bromelain (strong anti inflammatory) content second and also because of it's vitamin C and fresh papaya (for it's papain anti inflammatory content) third. If you are experiencing arthritis sorts of symptoms...lots of fresh or frozen cherries and cherry juice please!)

Remember, bacteria and viruses grow in a very narrow temperature range AND pH range and anything you can do to take them out of their comfort zone will help. If it's a throat infection, put on a scarf and wear it all day. If it's a lung infection, put a heating pad on your chest. If you want to make your body more alkaline...take the dairy, carbohydrates and protein down to almost nothing in your diet and stick with the fruits and veggies. These are the things that digest as alkaline. Remember, figs and dates are the two fruits that are the ones the create a basic or alkaline environment in your system the fastest. If you don't have an issue with salt, 1/2 of a teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water every 4 hours will help as well!

Drink a gallon of water per day (tea, coffee, bottled's all good.) Flush your system! If you struggle with low thyroid, make sure your water source does not have flourine or chlorine. It's way too close to iodine on the period table and can mess us your thyroid hormones.

Take hot hot baths...remember fevers and chills are trying to take your body out of the bacteria's comfort your body out and sweat out the bacterial die off as much as you can. Baths with Epsom Salts help. Steam saunas or sweat lodges help. Just remember your electrolytes!~ I like Smart water, but you can help your body with Gatoraide or just plain ole water and a half of a banana plus a mini bag of potato chips. (Remember, our muscles when dehydrated need sodium like in salt and potassium, like in bananas or potatoes.)

If your muscles just plain ache or want to easily cramp up, remember 1500 mg of Cal/Mag daily will make you not cramp so easily. If you are a smoker or caffeine person...up it to 2000 daily (because the caffeine molecule and the nicotine molecule bind to the calcium and steal it away so you can't utilize it.) The calcium is the only element on the periodic table that allows your muscles to fully relax! However, the one exception to this is if you have ever had calcium based kidney stones. Then...take 750 magnesium but get your calcium naturally, preferably from plain yogurt.

Take 1 capsule of pro-biotic or eat one yogurt per day to keep your good bacteria in your digestive system going strong because any antibiotics you take will kill off the good guys along with the bad guys. (Yep, antibiotics are really powerful, but stupid...they slay ALL matter if they are helpful to us or not...thus we need to replentish!)

Don't do dairy while you have an active "mucus drainage" sort of infection or stuff up easily...dairy (from cows) is the most mucus forming, body fluid thickening stuff we digest. Stay away from milk, cheese, etc. and it will be easier for you to cough up anything you have sitting in your lungs or not make the mucus crud from your sinuses that you have to cough up )after it drains down into your lungs) in the first place.

Finally, get your sleep! Even if you have to temporarily take something to help that's natural...a couple of valerian capsules (I know it smells like dirty socks but it works) or melatonin (just 1 mg is plenty) are two excellent suggestions.

I figured all of us shared germs (viral/bacterial...whatever) with family and friends from all around the country or even the world over the American Thanksgiving holiday and that this might help because we are hitting the "post T-day" viral/bacterial sharing symptoms. Ward things off at the pass if you sense that tickle coming on. Hit all of these hard if you are experiencing active symptoms and by all means, feel better!

Hugs to all! - Su

Friday, September 24, 2010

The Bubble

About 15 years ago, a gal who worked as a grounds keeper at the Woodward State Hospital in Woodward, Iowa came to me with an unusual story. It was a cloudy, overcast breezy October day in the mid 1990s and she was enjoying one of the last fall mowings of the year. Just about the end of her shift, between 3 and 4 pm she noticed something odd. What appeared to be a giant soap bubble was floating on the breeze toward her location. This bubble she described as "like the one Glenda the Good Witch came in" in the famous Wizard of Oz movie. It was larger than a basketball, but not as big as a medicine ball.

My client was curious and mildly amused, and then suddenly startled when the bubble stopped 30-40 feet in front of her tractor. She stopped the mower, but didn't shut it off and thus couldn't tell me if the bubble made any kind of noise. It hovered there, defying the breeze for 3-4 minutes somewhere between 8 and 10 feet off the ground. Then, to her amazement, it slowly floated back the way it came, moving against the wind!

I mention this now, only because on September 1, 2010, a woman in China observed what sounds like the identical phenomena! Until today, I had never heard a story even close to anything like the one my client had described and was delighted this one came with a picture.

The photo below comes from an article posted by MUFON. The story they printed was brief...ENJOY!

Hong Kong Plasma

SHA TIN-- I was outside hanging up the washing on my balcony on September 1, 2010. As I looked towards the trees, I noticed a spherical object hovering in front of the trees. It was pulsing in brightness. The object seemed to go from transparent to solid. It was very bright with no sound. It did not seem to move. It stayed in one spot, the pulsing got faster and then the object disappeared. The object was about the size of a large inflatable beach ball. I observed it for about five minutes.