Spring growth, changes, and updates

Happy Spring to you. May your flowers bloom and grow!

A note from Kris: Though I don’t usually post my news here, I’m making an exception for today’s post. I’ve been absent from this blog for a few months, but I haven’t been idle. There’s been a lot of action going on behind the scenes. Thank you to my readers and subscribers for reading my blog, and for your patience during this time of transition. New creations are here, with more on the way. Here’s my latest news.

1. I have a new website: I’ve moved my KrisCahill.com website over to WordPress.org. It’s still in transition but looking good right now. I’ll be doing the same for this blog, Psychic Everyday, later this spring.

2. New class offerings! I teach a monthly workshop with Liz McDonald at her yoga studio, Brazilian Yoga and Pilates, in Los Angeles. Our next workshop is tomorrow, March 25, and is called ‘Occupy Your Pelvis’. There is still room in the workshop if you want to join. You can register here: Occupy Your Pelvis.

We made a  video about this class:

3. The Sunday Meditation Teleseminar. I lead a weekly 60 minute meditation teleseminar, every Sunday at 10am PT. You only need a phone to join in on the call. You will also receive the recording from the meditation. (You can also purchase it if you can’t attend in person.)  Every Sunday meditation has a theme. Recent themes include: ‘Dreams Come True’, ‘Create Your New Life’, ‘The Energy of Love’, ‘Permission to Change and Grow’. Find out more about this meditation and sign up for the next one here.

4. Meditation Recordings. There are currently several dozen different recorded meditations available, and that list is growing. Learn more and purchase meditation recordings here.

5. Psychic Readings with me: many of you already know that I am a full time clairvoyant reader, healer, teacher and writer. Did you also know that you can have a reading by Skype or phone, as well as in person? Learn more about my readings here.

A few exciting creations that are coming soon:

– Kid’s Meditation Recordings. My first collection of kid’s meditations will be coming out this year! I’m working with a brilliant musician/producer on this one. More news coming soon about the release date.

– More audio and video classes. I’ll post them as they are ready, but here’s a link to some recent videos on my YouTube channel: Psychic Everyday on YouTube.

– My first book is also in the works. More news on that later!

Thank you so much for reading my posts, and for your interest in my work. I’m committed to communicating to others that they do indeed have the power to heal themselves deeply and profoundly, and that it can be delightful and FUN to do so. That fun part is very important!

I wish you Peace and Happiness this Spring!

©Kris Cahill

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Clairvoyance: Discerning the Truth from the Lies

This is a guest post by Billy Pacholski

“Close both eyes
to see with the other eye.” – Rumi

Clairvoyance, the art of clear seeing, allows one to look beyond the mental image pictures that inform and create one’s reality to the truth behind the layers; the essential psychic energy that is gently guiding all things in the physical world.

There is nothing magical about Clairvoyance; you don’t need a certificate or even training to do it. In fact, your inherent clairvoyance is always on, perhaps unconsciously, and if you want to turn up your awareness, all you need is a desire to “see”, a healthy dose of non-judgement or neutrality, and a lot of courage. A sense of humor helps too. 🙂

The real magic of being clairvoyant comes from allowing yourself to be seen. Once you begin to see things as they really are, in their essential truth, you cannot help but begin to grow and change. Old patterns and habits will begin to ripen and become ready to be plucked, freeing up space and energy for the new things you wish to experience. Defenses and lies that have alienated you from the world around you – and from yourself – will begin to simply fall away (some with a wimper, some with a snarl). Once you begin to see truth and be seen, you cannot help but move more quickly towards that essential truth – who you really are in spirit. Seeing yourself clearly is the beginning of the ultimate act – self-forgiveness. It allows you to step fully into your truth and power.

If you’re working clairvoyantly you cannot be controlled by others, because the lies and pictures that enslave us are simply that; when you begin to operate outside of those controls – be they familial, societal, monetary or national – you will experience encompassing freedom and the ability to choose. You can regain your will, your passion, and your desire to live an authentic and passionate life.

All this is well and good, of course, but the real healing in bringing awareness to your Clairvoyance is that you will begin to soften to yourself. The lies and controls you have placed on yourself – because of other people’s judgements, pain, invalidation and jealousies will begin to fade away. It can feel like coming home to yourself; a beautiful reclaiming of your true life force and energy. Some people begin to feel more safe; to feel more comfortable with intimacy, to feel passionate about living again. Everyone’s journey is unique, but one thing is true, seeing yourself clearly and trusting in what you see will create the change you wish to see in yourself, and in the world. Clairvoyance will be essential in healing our planet and our lives in the decades to come.

There are many forms of turning on your clairvoyance and awakening your psychic self. None are more right than another. But this ability is yours, it is your birthright, and you have the right to see the truth! Claim it!

©Billy Pacholski

Billy Pacholski is a Psychic and Director based both in San Francisco and Chicago. Find out more about him at his website: www.about.me/billyp. Image from iStock.


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Walking with the earth

This is a guest post by Susan Gale

Rhythms, cycles, lives leading to more life, interdependency, and our rightful place in the scheme of things. These are some of the lessons learned when one walks with the earth.

To walk with the earth is to be mindful of her children, our relations. When we walk with the earth, we come to the realization that all life can exist very well without human presence, but that two-leggeds cannot exist for more than a few minutes without the plant people.  This means that it is our responsibility to take care of the earth so that we can continue to exist in the natural harmony and beauty of life.

When we take time to observe, we realize that no two animals in a given species are exactly the same.  Each leaf is a unique thing.  When we take time to listen, we can hear the songs of not only the birds, but also of the wind, the water, the creepy crawlers, and the four-leggeds.  When we take time to listen, we hear the cry of the dying tree and the mourning of its brothers and sisters that surround it.  We also hear the rejoicing of the new shoots that come from the earth, growing from its ancestors who have gone before it.

The earth’s rhythms teach us that the violence of storms, floods and fires are necessary for new growth, for bringing in new nutrients, just as the challenges in our lives give us the opportunity for new spiritual growth, for new ideas.

All life is cyclical.  All is done within the pulse of the earth’s heartbeat, which you can hear if you press your ear to the ground and get really quiet. Her heartbeat is slow and strong, sustaining us all.

We cannot walk with the earth when we are noisy and busy.  We must be silent and mindful.  We walk with quiet feet so as not to disturb our relations.  We do not take more than we need, and we use all we take.  We are mindful of what we ask of our relations when we take their lives to sustain our own and do so with gratitude, honoring their gifts of life to us.  It is only when we live outside the rhythm that our brothers and sisters are seen as pests or dangers or that we abuse their sacrifices.  There is enough for us all.

To walk with the earth, we must spend time with her.  It does not matter if it is a small plot of grass in the middle of the city or the vast expanses of land in the forest, her rhythm and lessons are the same.  As our earth is shifting from so much abuse, it is important that we once again learn to walk in harmony with her truths, rather than to society’s misguided perceptions.

©Susan Gale

Susan Gale is the manager of A Place of Light in central Massachusetts
where she creates a space for people to understand, control and develop
their intuitive awareness.  Much of this is accomplished through walking
with the earth.



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Growing like a Joshua tree

Several years back, I went to Joshua Tree State Park to see the annual blooming of the trees. I joined a talk given by one of the park rangers, called ‘Meeting the Joshua Tree’, and was fascinated to learn about how Joshua trees grow.

Each tree is unique and different, often markedly so. There is no genetic predisposition to become a perfect Joshua tree shape – each tree is a perfect Joshua tree and each is one of a kind, like fingerprints.

Ranger Dar, whose joyful enthusiasm for his job made it a pleasure to listen to him speak, explained that each tree’s growth is affected by its immediate environment. In order to grow and spread, the individual branches must split, and split again, to create the unusual form of a Joshua Tree.

Different factors figure into how this happens, animals chewing on a branch can begin the process, so can fire or lightening, and so on. Stress on a tree creates the tree, in other words. Without that stress, the tree does not spread.

In order to become beautiful, each Joshua tree must experience small endings, cuts, destruction, letting go of the old shape. Each one is designed by nature as it grows.

Wow! I thought to myself. What a gift to hear this, and what a great picture for how human beings grow. How else would we know how strong or capable we are, unless tested? We all need challenges and tests in our lives, in order to become all we can be. Like the Joshua tree, there is only one of each of us. We are all unique.

It is a mystical and healing experience indeed, visiting the desert.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2011  All Rights Reserved

Image: ‘Joshua Tree in Bloom’ ©Kris Cahill

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Meditation gives you the energy you need for creativity

If you’ve been running around trying to take care of many details at once, you already know how difficult it can be to get clear within yourself about what’s next. Finding even 10 minutes a day to sit and meditate can seem impossible on those days that seem to run you.

For many people, the idea of fitting one more thing into their already too busy day, is overwhelming. ‘I don’t have time to meditate’, and ‘it’s just one more thing I have to do’ are some of the excuses people have for not sitting still and just being  with themselves. There is such demand on us all to be constantly producing, doing, working, and creating.

It can get to the point where all of that activity is running you, instead of you running it. This is when it becomes more about what you are Doing, and less about who you are Being. Your value is in danger of being defined by how much you are getting done. Stillness is seen as doing nothing, as in wasting time. There’s that time thing again!

All of this busyness gets in the way of your creativity. Being over extended can actually make it more difficult for you to create. Creativity doesn’t come out of a non-stop work ethic mentality. It requires having enough space and time for yourself, so that you can have the energy you need to invent the new.

We are evolving from one way of being, to another. For generations now the attitude has been that one must work very hard for long hours, in order to prove oneself and be a real adult. We’ve even begun doing this to children – in the last couple of generations children have also become over scheduled, over booked, and very busy, with constant stimulus. Is it any wonder that so many kids have attention deficit disorders? They aren’t being given a positive example of what it means to have enough space and time, to just be.

A great reason to make your own energy a priority is that by doing so, you teach everyone else around you that to you, it is. Once you do this, others will have to line up to your new boundaries, like it or not. Many will respect you for it, others will be in resistance. That isn’t your problem, it’s theirs.

You cannot expect to keep pulling rabbits out of your hat if you forget that you have magic to begin with. Meditation is a powerful tool to help you remember your own magic, that which resides deep within you, in your spirit.

©Kris Cahill

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Who do you blame?

When things go wrong, or don’t work out how they are supposed to, the first thing many people do is look for someone to blame. Someone must be at fault, somebody did it, someone is responsible for all of this, and they must pay!

It’s true that problems, catastrophes, and so on often do occur because of poor planning, apathy, lack of good management, laziness, greed, hatred, misplaced priorities, and misunderstandings. It’s rarely true that only one person is to blame for any of this. We’ve all played a part, for example, in the creation of global warming, wars, oil spills, and the current economic distress, to name but a few of the many big problems on the planet today.

Here are some of the culprits that get blamed when things hit the fan: the government, Democrats, Republicans, crackpot political parties, corporations, Mommy, Daddy, the boss, the economy, your ex, teachers, other cultures, other religions, the rich, the poor, family members, the liberal media, the right wing media, and so on and on and on and on…..

Anyone who is over the age of 18 and still blaming mommy and/or daddy for everything that goes wrong in their life, is missing the point of becoming a grown-up. Once you reach adulthood, at least numerically, you can no longer blame others for your woes. If you still do this, it is time to actually grow up, or you will not be able to create what you want in life.

Other authorities can stand in nicely for mommy and daddy, but if you are giving them authority and power over you, you are still weaseling out of taking responsibility for yourself, thereby missing out on great opportunities to grow. Of course, if all you want to do is demonize others, thereby giving them a whole lot of power they don’t have to begin with, so that you have a great excuse to not do what you are here for, great! You are on the right track. Keep on keeping on.

Here’s an idea – instead of blaming “them”, why not use the challenges presented to you? You can decide to not give your power up to others by making them responsible for what you are able to have or not have in your life. You can use this opportunity to become excellent, within yourself and in your life.

If you have been truly hurt, lied to, or victimized in some way, it is your responsibility to do what it is you need to do, in order to heal yourself. Placing blame outside of yourself will not help you to heal. It will only put your energy out of your reach, energy you need right now in order to heal yourself. This is your priority.

Some of the tools that will help you along are already available to you, and are free to use: love, forgiveness, and a deep desire to be in your truth. If you can see others around you as also being challenged in their lives, and allow them compassion and understanding, you may find gratitude for the gifts they have given to you.

©Kris Cahill 2007-2011  All Rights Reserved.

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Be yourself, effortlessly

If you’re trying to be someone or something other than who you are, you may be spending a whole lot of energy doing so. It takes extra energy to pretend to be other than yourself.

Perhaps you’ve been dealing with people and situations that require you to pretend, or to hide your true self.

One of the magical things about movies and Hollywood is that people have a lot of permission to pretend to be who they want to be, and that’s a great thing. It’s good, however, to remember who you actually If you’ve been playing at who you are not, and it’s not fun, you’re wasting energy lying about who you really are. If you’re invalidated about yourself, or think others will not accept you, it might be the time to own up and be you, completely. Only you can do this.

It may have been convenient for others that you weren’t being completely you, and you complied. Hoping to coast along, you didn’t rock the boat. Only it’s not exactly working out for you if you’re not getting what it is you want, is it?

Imagine the joy and peace of mind you would feel upon waking each day, knowing you could spend all of your day ahead being who you truly are. And that you don’t have to defend yourself, or adjust to anyone else in order to get along in the world.

Another word for this is seniority. This means that you are the most important energy inside of your own space. Other agendas aren’t as important as your own is, inside of you.

Every day is another chance to decide that it’s worth it, just to be who you already are. Sometimes you may need to do a little digging to remember what that is. Sometimes you realize that you’ve moved past an old way of doing things and it’s time to reinvent.

©Kris Cahill  2007-2012  All Rights Reserved.

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Taking a step towards growth

A step towards growth can also be seen as a step towards permission. If you have been waiting for permission from an outside force, now is the time to decide you are the force within.

Only you can give yourself permission. Otherwise you are giving yourself an excuse.

Wanting to grow can give you the energy and enthusiasm you need to accept new ways of being into your life. It’s time for new influences. Step out of the tried and true, step away from the path you’ve beaten through your daily life. Do something to stretch your own edges. Get away from the norm.

A step towards your own growth is exciting and joyful. You may not even know exactly how you want to go about doing this, just that it’s time. You may call it a step towards being happy, or having your success. You may even call it taking a step away from being stuck, or feeling stagnant, or sitting in invalidation.

Any way you define it, new growth is all about you, and it’s up to you. It’s helpful to welcome it into your life. It’s even more useful to be aware and conscious about what kind of growth you would like to have. You can also decide to have happy, joyful, effortless growth. Once you get started, you never know how far you can go. So begin!

©Kris Cahill  2007-2012  All Rights Reserved.

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Journey to your heart’s truth

If you decide to travel on your journey, remember that the road ahead isn’t always paved, or even visible. If you find yourself on such a road, that’s often a good sign. The road you are trying to find hasn’t been created yet, and it won’t be until you do it yourself.

The route you need to take won’t always be obvious to you. Often there isn’t even a map. The road you find may not have any markings on it. You can travel for what feels like many miles without a clue as to where you actually are.

Still, there are sign posts along the way. You get to learn how to read the signs, and to define them for yourself. You can ask for help in your travels, if you want it. However, nobody else can take this journey for you, or do the work you need to do here.

Many people are afraid of stepping onto the path. They are afraid of the unknown, and feel foolish taking chances when so much in life has already been discovered. ‘Why bother?’ they ask. ‘It’s been done already / there are so many others out there doing it / I’m no good at it anyway’…. and so go the excuses. They might even try to convince you that it’s a fool’s journey.

You will want to pack Faith for this journey. Trust and Surrender are two of your best friends now, so bring them with as well. Try to remember your senses of adventure, fun, and amusement. These will make the trip a lot easier for you.

However, your single most important tool to bring with you is your own Truth. It is a sparkling gemstone, different from that of anyone else. Your truth doesn’t belong to the others, it is yours alone. Don’t fool yourself in thinking others will get it or that they need to have it for theirs too. Again, it is just yours, and it is how you will find your way home, to yourself.

©Kris Cahill
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Inspire Me Today

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©Kris Cahill 2010
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