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Have You Lost Your Inner Child?

August 27, 2023

Children have a natural exuberance. Everything they do is filled with such joy and anticipation that they usually run to get places. We see them energetically wiggle when forced to sit still, and it’s not unusual for them to squeal with delight when something good happens. Without much of an inner filter in place, their…

Isn’t it Time to Meet Your Soul?

July 26, 2023

The first time I did a meditation to learn more about my soul, I was shocked. Yes, I understood there was a “trinity” within me. My human was my thinking brain, which included my ego and all the judgements and programming from this lifetime that went with it. I also knew that my higher self…

Painful Anniversaries

July 7, 2023

There are times in our lives that are so painful and life altering that we actually label them in our mind as, “before ____________ happened” and “after _____________ happened.”  The loss and grief is so intense, we intrinsically understand we will never be the same. Whether the death of a loved one, a tragic world…

Isn’t it Time to be the Change?

July 3, 2023

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead I recently took my 86 year old mother out to lunch in her wheelchair. It’s a running joke between the two of us about how well I can maneuver…

The Importance of the Higher Self

June 20, 2023

In this modern age, it’s hard for us to slow down; we race from one activity to another.In the United States, most of us have been raised to believe that we are only efficient when we are getting a lot of things done. Yet all this mindset has achieved, is to breed a society of…

A Time For Everything Under Heaven

March 21, 2023

I recall taking a class at my undergraduate alma mater, Niagara University, called Life, Death and Rebirth. Interestingly enough, it was taught by a Vincentian Priest, and a Ph D who ran our Theater Department. This may seem like an unlikely pair, but for the course it actually made perfect sense. Although this class explained…

Time to Say Goodbye

February 12, 2023

Some goodbyes are fast and unexpected; our hearts literally feel like they have been cracked open from the pain. We have little time to prepare ourselves, or even consider how life in the future might look, because we simply did not see the winds of change blowing in the direction they decided to go. Yet…

Are You Grateful for Who You Have Become?

November 24, 2022

The holidays can be a time for reflection, when we take the time to slow ourselves down, even for just a minute, before the rush begins. Consider for a moment, where we were last year at this time. What our worries centered around. What relationships were most prominent in our lives. The challenges that we…

Accepting All That Life Sends Us

November 18, 2022

I recently had a client reach out to me asking, “Am I going to start feeling joy and contentment in my life? With all the bad things that have been happening, I don’t know how much more of this anxiety I can take.” My heart went out to him because this is something everyone of…

How to Throw Your Own “Hail Mary Pass”

October 11, 2022

I recall sitting in church as a child listening to the congregation praying “Hail Mary full of grace, the Lord is with thee…” and in my youthful mind, it conjured the image of Mary floating around Jerusalem like a ballerina. It wasn’t until many years later that I realized that “grace” and “graceful” meant two…

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About the Author

Susan Schueler

Susan is a hardworking modern mystic who loves all things metaphysical.  As an intuitive counselor, teacher and “speaker for the dead,” she loves helping others to heal and realize their potential as spiritual beings.

Living at the beach in Santa Monica, California with her loyal dogs Becky and Buddy and her magical cat Merkaba, Susan believes life is good.  She is grateful for her amazing family, and loving friends scattered around the globe.