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Is the Elephant in the Room Sitting on Your Lap?

February 1, 2022

My dad lost his leg from a motorcycle accident when he was 19 and my mother lost her toe from lawn mower incident when she was in her 30’s. It was a running joke in my family, that together, my parents had 14 toes. Having spent a lot of time with my dad at the…

Are You Turning Wounds Into Wisdom?

January 23, 2022

One of my male surfer friends often says, “it’s all good” when people around him are speaking about challenges or issues they may be experiencing in their life.  When I moved from New York to California many years ago, it would bother me when I would hear people use this expression, because I would automatically…

How Do You View the World?

January 4, 2022

We create our reality by the way we see the world.  When we live in frustration, anger, fear, loneliness and victimization, these feelings will replicate themselves tenfold, and this is the environment in which our lives will progress. If we only view ourselves and others from our flawed human condition, we will be let down,…

Making 2022 Your Year!

December 29, 2021

“People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.”   Earl Nightingale Far too many of us meander our way through life never making goals.  Yet, as we wave goodbye to 2021, it is an excellent time to reflect on the past and plan for our future. Yes, we need to understand there may…

May Your Holidays Be Filled With Good Spirits

December 21, 2021

Thank you! I feel beyond blessed to work with so many lovely, creative, hardworking and tenacious people year round.  I know the holidays can be especially challenging, and I am forever humbled by the strength I see in my clients, my family and my dear friends.  All of you have a place in my heart.  …

The Art of Being a Beautiful Loser

December 14, 2021

It occurred to me the other day, that life is a series of losses. Nothing is permanent and the things that we most value or esteem, will slip through our grasp time and again. Our looks, people we love, activities we enjoy, finances (which we can win and lose throughout our lives), our sharp minds,…

Broken and Beautiful

November 21, 2021

I believe it was Dr. Robert Schuller who said,  “Tough times never last, but tough people do!”   Every week as a child my Grandma would watch Robert Schuller on the TV, coming live from his Chrystal Cathedral in Southern California for his “Hour of Power.”  Even at the tender age of 13, I recall…

What are our Loved Ones Doing in the Afterlife

November 17, 2021

My first exposure to death was when my 59 year old grandfather unexpectedly passed when I was 5. I still recall looking at his cold body lying in the coffin at the wake. I remember that same week, sitting on the kitchen floor crying while my mom worked in the kitchen; it finally occurred to…

Are You a Joyful Giver? (Or an Inconvenient Martyr?)

November 9, 2021

We take things for granted that we do every day.  The simple act of  brushing our teeth, putting our pants on, making a morning meal, jumping in the car to grab some groceries, raking leaves and cleaning the yard or putting together a meal for our family, are all things we do without considering that…

Day of the Dead Festivities!

November 1, 2021

Today we placed the ashes of my niece Alexandria under her headstone at Buffalo New York’s historic Forest Lawn Cemetery. (My beautiful 18 year old niece was struck and killed by a drunk driver in 2011 while long boarding home from work.) We decided to do this as a festive Day of the Dead celebration…

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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.