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Reality is Madness & this weeks cards.


Time for your intuitive check in. You've got this.

Think of the one thing that's been burning your ass all week or something that's cropped up because you ran into your ex you know who. These damn retrogrades. Am I right? Whatever is on your mind take a breath, think of it - concentrate and choose a card. Don't worry, that creepy B on the left isn't laughing at you, she's laughing with you. Piece of 80's cake. Hone in. You good? ok let's go.

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Deep breath.

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PS - Did you drink enough water today?

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Left to right - which one did you choose?

: The Universe - the dream has ended doll. Time to wake up. Don't be sad. It's the most wonderful gift. Upon waking the ENTIRE UNIVERSE is your to experience. The world is ready for you to join it. You've been through and done some shit. But know it's all worth it.

You are alive. You are awake and you are welcome as a galactic citizen in The Universe. :

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The Hierophant - You must follow your destiny but within the confines of what has already come before. To work within a 'system' is to find ways to transcend it. This does not lessen the beauty of the calling. Do not be afraid of rules and limitations rather, look to them for inspiration. Acknowledge the history around you and join it's legacy.

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Three of Torches - rely on your maturity and remain calm. You are prepared for what's coming next. Do not however give into impulsiveness.

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Last week, comedic actress Suzanne Smith, AKA Saige Winters. passed away. We met six years ago. I went to her NYC apartment to film a psychic/ medium Q&A and she would ring me to help with material for the "My Psychic Life" web series which was thrilling for me because that's how I found her and I was a big fan.


I came to "Saige" when my intuition weighed me down. When I couldn't get out from under the gravity of mediumship work, the grief and suffering, the fear and tears of clients. Suzanne's character spoke to the part of me that I couldn't say out loud but desperately wanted to. The parts that I thought and know to be absurd. It was brilliant. And my heart needed the levity.

Suzanne's passing was /is overwhelming. As humans we have a need to find answers for everything, to connect dots to have things make sense. (is why conspiracy theories are all the rage) So yes, in typical human fashion, I scrolled back to our message exchanges looking, searching for clues of her illness - anything really and all I found were two busy women with the desire to connect more and yet, that connection was lost to the duties of life or schedules that got int he way. When I read that she had died of breast cancer that she had for 19 years I was confused.


How could I not have known? I got angry at my own psychic abilities.

What a fucking super hero complex eh? And like totally selfish. Gawd!

Did I mention I can have an existential crisis over everything? But meditating on it, sitting with it, like really - why should I know? She was someone I held on a pedestal and truly enjoyed working with and perhaps she just wanted to keep it that way. We live in an age where we can access every piece of information about anything or any subject or any one almost at light speed. And it brings me back to something I think about a lot - isn't privacy sacred? Suzanne's illness was her business, not mine and perhaps her guides where guarding her - the sacredness of her relationship to the disease vs the container of our relationship. And then I dream last night, of an old boss who passed away a few years ago but I held and still hold in the highest regard. He delivered this message: 'We know what we're supposed to know. Don't beat yourself up kid.'


So while I'm screaming over here with the three card pull about honing in on your intuition, the paradox of that is- allow room in your life for mystery. If we knew everything all the time, what would that even feel like? Not awesome. Not everything is going to be at our disposal just because we think it should be. Somethings just are as they are. Suzanne would have wanted to not be remembered for her creative force, her comedy & created characters - her acting & the infamous stint on Sex and the City. The tributes coming in for Suzanne all point to her love of life and that's truly all that mattered, and that's all that should matter to me; the example she left in the life she lived not the details of her passing.


So to quote a line from this episode of Saige Winters- Reality is madness.... XO - M













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