Everything is spiritual. Everything.  
     There is nothing we can not attach a message or lesson to.  Relationships, our jobs, our families, working out, food, eating food, making food, making love, making art.  There is life and energy in all things - a sacredness in all things. EVERYTHING IS SPIRITUAL.  

This weeks spiritual exploration: WEATHER

     In a blink of an eye we went from an unseasonably warm Saturday afternoon to a windstorm followed by sleet then snow.  
Waking up in Jim Thorpe the ground was simply wet.  Traveling north for a group reading however, signs of thicker precipitation erupted all around. The tops of trees blew chunks of snow onto the dashboard.  If you were sitting next to me it were as if fireworks went off and I was a giddy child. Traffic was a slow pace and thoughts of how weather was a gift, a sign a demand from the higher ups to 'pay attention' came flooding over me.  Weather in all of it's glorious forms is a powerful tool to bring people together.  
     Torndoes, hurricanes, typhoons, sandstorms, floods, tidal wavea- all in and of themselves are sights to behold both terrifying and beautiful.  Devastation in it's humbling afterglow has it's casualties of course but post any major storm, human beings forget their day to day divide and bind themselves to the rescue and care of those who have survived.
     And while nothing cataclysmic happened in the past twenty four hours here on the East Coast of the U.S.  - WEATHER - in all it's gloriousness is a wonder, an unpredictable hand from the heavens above with cause to remind us that we are mere visitors here on earth, passing time, and nothing, not one thing but being at the mercy of something, some cause greater than our mere EGO.  

Weather puts us all on an even playing field because it knows no race, sex or religious ideology. Weather makes us one bringing it to an all encompassing spiritual lesson.

God Bless. 

      As always, I invite you to give up your hardest challenges right now, to email me and allow for an anonymous sharing a cleansing vulnerability so that others may learn and we can share in the healing.  There is spiritualness and deep lessons in your current circumstance.  Let me help shine a loving light.  I am looking forward to it. EMAIL HERE.

Puberty bites for Mick whose gross appearance attracts constant harassment of her peers. Unlike girls her age: Mick’s maturing into a Werewolf. Before she was born, her father, Police Chief Boyle barely survived a grueling wolf attack. But healing magic was used to save him from becoming part of a supernatural pack of werewolves.          

When Mick’s parents realize that the past came back to bite them, they enlist the help of magical friends in hopes to undo “the curse” Mick inherited. 

     Mick's swan story is supernaturally entertaining. Witch Wolf? The Curse is mentioned in both The Times News and Jim Thorpe Today. Set in and around Jim Thorpe, voted #4 on Budget Travel’s list of America’s Coolest Small Towns, this is an extraordinary tale of rising above everyone and everything possible standing in the way of growing up, normal.  
Brace yourself as Michelle Gallagher
 reveals what you haven’t been told about ghosts.  In Paranormal Side Effects, Michelle gives a first-hand account of her real-life paranormal cases. 
      With experiences ranging from demonic possession to curious men who conjure dark things , Gallagher arms the reader with the necessary intel &  spiritual ammo to understand: what’s safe & what’s Satan. 
     Harmless things that we think are games - that we have the power to do- might just be messing with something real… that we don’t have the power to undo.   Buy a digital  version here.



5 out of 5 stars Don't do what they do in the movies. October 26/12 By Latoya Brown (St. Petersburg, Fl) This was a good read just in time for Halloween. I LOVE being spooked, it's entertainment to me, but in this book the real side of the paranormal is shared. How spooky! What is safe and what is Satan, is a good question and I like how Michelle frames the overview of it all. I know I've been in some places and felt a presence and I'm glad it did not make the hair on my arm raise and that I felt it was ok to still be in that space. Also, I'm glad I did not take a queue from the scary movies and do acts that would provoke any spirits. Michelle really breaks down what is respect and what should not be done. If you like watching television shows that show paranormal activity you will be given an eyeful on what they don't tell/show you and this book is the one to call it. Great read! By Lisa Marie -

The Untold Side Effects of the Paranormal Phenomenon: Vol. 1 (Kindle Edition) I review things that I like, things I want others to experience. This book falls into that category for several reasons. With so much information out there today relating to paranormal phenomenon, I found the author's approach in this book to be fresh and unique. Though her experiences as a medium are not unlike any number of cable and TV hosts we've come to know and love, her perspective is an insight you may not recognize and just maybe, a truth you should not ignore. Though hugely fascinating, the paranormal is something most of us are not intimately familiar with. And just as you might not consider traveling to a strange city without a GPS, neither should you go here without direction. Michelle's revelations may just be the guide you need. She has a sincere, humble way about her that lends believability and makes for easy listening. As much as I enjoy a good story about friendly encounters with harmless spirits, I enjoy a quality, no BS education even more. In this book I think the author does a very good job of the latter. - ANA MS