Could Your Inner Healer Be Attracting Wounded People?

Dispelling The Myths with Kaleah Tuesday 4pm Pacific, 7pm Eastern

Join Kaleah as she interviews Psychic and Author Sahvanna Arienta as we talk about the role of the lightworker and the challenges of being a born healer. Why dark energies are drawn to your light and how to protect yourself. Sahvanna explains in her book “Lightworkers” how it is the “Lightworker” mission to lend his or her light energy to a planet heavy with fear and negativity.

Sahvanna Arienta is a practicing psychic medium and intuitive advisor with clientele from around the globe. A respected radio host and recipient of six International Paranormal Acknowledgment Awards, she has studied and explored the metaphysical and paranormal realms extensively for more than twenty years. She is also the creator of Soul’s Journey Media, a new thought company that brings messages of spiritual enlightenment to people all over the world.

My Kitchen Window

I’ve always wanted a kitchen window where I could look out and see the world in a beautiful way. And I find myself today standing in front of my kitchen window overlooking a blanket of snow. The snow is gently falling. There is a ravine below me where I watched a Coyote yesterday roving about. There are tall pine trees reaching up to the sky across the ravine and across the meadow I can see the tree line of the river where I walk.

Today there is a huge bald headed eagle perched in the pine tree as if looking right at me. I have just written a song called “Finally Free” and it is as if the Eagle is bringing me a message from the spirit world. It is a message of freedom that comes from the higher perspective the Eagle teaches about.

The higher perspective brings us the knowledge of our own part in the creation and as we peer deeper into the truth, even when it is extremely uncomfortable to do so…we find the freedom we have been seeking all along. it isn’t “out there.” It isn’t in the way the world has reflected us, up until now. It is in understanding this reflection and our power to create it differently.

The words that pour out of me in song sing…

“I know I am way too blind to see, where this roads taking me, and if I can learn to trust I’ll find that I am finally free.”

I realize we are afraid to let go because we don’t know where we are going. We don’t know what is up ahead and it terrifies us. We want to hold on to something in our life that has outgrown its form even though we know, deep in our heart, that it is no longer right for us. I sing….

I’ll hold your hand till the fork in the road, although I don’t want to, I have to let go and follow the calling deep in my soul, the way that the spirit knows.

We all seem to know the power of living in the moment, yet it is difficult to “be here now” when all of our energy circuits keep going back to what we perceive as “safe and familiar.” Sometimes I feel like I’m a child being asked to give up my blankie. I sing….

Live in the moment, never look back, keep my eyes on the road and my heart in my pack, count the blessings instead of my lack and share all the love in me…

We know deep down that the love we seek has been with us all along. It is within us and all around us. It doesn’t close the door on us. We close the door on it. So in this transition, we open the door to our own heart and walk right through.

I love you! Merry Christmas!


Night Healing for Emotional Support

Don’t want to be alone for the Holidays or any other night? Well here is a great source of support. A nightly call that you can dial into and be with people in a healing space. How beautiful is this?

“This is your place for healing and support when you don’t want to be alone during challenging times.

Be Welcome.
Come Join Us.

Empower yourself to heal.

Empower yourself to live in a place of freedom from life’s chaos, anxiety and fear….
In a place of love, openness and joy.”

Codependency and Delayed Stress Syndrome

Tuesday December 20th, 4pm PST: Codependence as Delayed Stress Syndrome With Robert Burney

Join Kaleah as she talks with Robert Burney, Codependency expert and author of “The Dance of Wounded Souls”, about Codependency and Delayed Stress Syndrome.

“Codependence is a very vicious and powerful form of Delayed Stress Syndrome. The trauma of feeling like we were not safe in our own homes makes it very difficult to feel like we are safe anywhere. Feeling like we were not lovable to our own parents makes it very difficult to believe that anyone can Love us. Codependence is being at war with ourselves – which makes it impossible to trust and Love ourselves. Codependence is denying parts of ourselves so that we do not know who we are. Recovery from the disease of Codependence involves stopping the war within so that we can get in touch with our True Self, so that we can start to Love and trust ourselves.”

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Quotes by Robert Burney “Dance of Wounded Souls”

We are attracted to people that feel familiar on an energetic level – which means (until we start clearing our emotional process) people that emotionally / vibrationally feel like our parents did when we were very little kids. At a certain point in my process I realized that if I met a woman who felt like my soul mate, that the chances were pretty huge that she was one more unavailable woman that fit my pattern of being attracted to someone who would reinforce the message that I wasn’t good enough, that I was unlovable. Until we start releasing the hurt, sadness, rage, shame, terror – the emotional grief energy – from our childhoods we will keep having dysfunctional relationships.”

I had a feeling, and a visual image, that I had just opened Pandora’s Box – the monsters were loose now and I would never be able shut that box again.

The reason that we get involved with people who are unavailable, is because we are unavailable. We are attracted to people who feel familiar because on some level we are still trying to prove our worth by earning the Love and respect of our unavailable parents. We think we are going to rescue the other person which will prove our worth – or that we need them to rescue us because of our lack of worth. The princess will kiss me and turn me from a frog into a prince, the prince will rescue me and take me to live in the castle, syndrome.

Robert Burney “Dance of Wounded Souls.”