08 Nov
The lovely Doreen Van Boxtel's spiritual journey began at an early age, and initially she was more than a little frightened of these manifestations. However, she began to study the ancient mystics and gain a strong connection to her Higher Self, as well as he spiritual guides. Today she shares this wisdom with others and mentors and guides people who are also spiritually awakening. Find Your Psychic interviewed Doreen and know you will find her answers and insights fascinating and informative!
he lovely Doreen Van Boxtel is one our most popular psychics, and certainly one of the busiest. Like so many of our listees, Doreen's spiritual journey began at an early age, and initially she was more than a little frightened of these manifestations. However, she began to study the ancient mystics and gain a strong connection to her Higher Self, as well as he spiritual guides. Today she shares this wisdom with others and mentors and guides people who are also spiritually awakening. Find Your Psychic interviewed Doreen and know you will find her answers and insights fascinating and informative!
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Doreen, please tell us about your first spiritual experience
My first experience was when I was 12. I woke up during the night to see a man in dark clothing in my room.  I kept looking away and looking back and he was still there. I hid under the blankets because I was frightened of what I saw when I was 12. lol. 
2)    When did you realize you had certain spiritual abilities or talents?
 I was always drawn to astrology, numerology to see what makes people tick. In my early 20s I would often use the person's ring to find out how many babies they were going to have in this life and what sex the babies were going to be without knowing about pendulums. I found it very accurate indeed. I also found out I was a natural healer in a development circle before my first Reiki class. I was also fascinated with tarot cards. I did get a couple of psychic readings and I was told I should develop my abilities in healing and doing readings for others. 
3)    What or who inspires you?
 I am motivated by my higher self. I read heaps of books on psychic subjects and will continue growing and expanding my knowledge until I cross over, back to the spirit world. lol
4)    Describe what a client would experience in a session with you.
 I would first use their date of birth and explain what their Soul's Contract is and also explain what their next personal year/s were offering them also some of the challenges they may encounter. I use tarot cards and my guides, angels to relay messengers to the client. The session is usually one hour. I let them ask questions if I haven't covered any area in the reading.
5)    What do you see as the biggest obstacle to inner peace that you see or experience in your clients.
 The client taking responsibility in their own decision making in their life and not trusting their own inner guidance. 
6)    What inspired you to take up your profession?
 Quite a few challenging circumstance in my own life that has guided me to seeking answers to my own soul's growth. It has been an inner knowing that was guiding me to learn healing, numerology, the tarot, angels, crystals, meditation and most of all spiritual development. I quickly learned that helping others was also helping myself learn more about myself and human nature in general. No one knows everything. Knowledge is infinite. I have completed numerous courses and have been teaching what I have learned to others for over 20 years. I love what I do and I am amazed how magic continues. Love and Light, Doreen.
 Doreen has been voted as Victoria's Best Psychic for 2015 and 2016. Visit her website to make an appointment for readings, workshops and more:
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10 Jun
light1bWestern medicine deals with sickness, energetic holistic help deals with wellness. In conventional medicine you diagnose and treat an illness. In energy healing, you assess where the energy system needs attention and correct the energy disturbances. Physical symptoms may be a clue, but they are not the focus. 
For instance, the same stomach-ache might trace to an imbalance in heart meridian in one person, in liver meridian in another, and in stomach meridian in a third. The same physical symptoms can reflect many kinds of problems in your energy system and call for different kinds of attention. Energetic problems occur on the subtle level, high frequencies which we do not see and can’t show where it hurts, that is why the suffering is immense. Traumas, fear and confusion cause people to block their chakras by default, out of attempt to protect oneself. But when the chakras close, the suffering becomes fiercer. 
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The transit of consciousness moves with the life force energy that enters our space from the universe through our heavenly bodies, the mental, ethereal, astral and the seat of the soul and enter our physical body; an inner journey from the lower chakras to the higher chakras. Transcending frequencies, from the lower vibrational worlds into the upper worlds, first and foremost, occurs through the heart. But when the chakras close down the whole system is isolated from their own emotions, their body, physical mental and emotional functions, the flow of energy and Qi from the universe and connection with one’s inner world and the world outside. 
There are few levels energy healing might make a difference with a health condition:
  1. Getting your body's energies into a good flow, harmony, and balance. While not focusing on your health issue directly, this can create within your body an energetic environment that supports your overall health, vitality, and healing. 
  2. Energy healing might make a difference with a health concern involves an assessment of your body's energies and the ways they are related to the condition. Based on that assessment, individualized treatments can be designed to make your energy system more robust, specifically in the ways that will help with the health condition. 
  3. Working on the level of consciousness and emotions to open blocks, release pain and stagnations and allow healing to occur and flow.
  4. Channeling prayers, mantras and meditations which rotate in elevated vibrations and rebirths to new open vibrational levels, resolving limiting beliefs and “locked script” 
I assist people around the world to heal conscious and unconscious issues so they can release obstacles and live life to their full potential. In her own quest to become a healer and to serve her sisters and brothers, she was driven by the belief that it was possible to create a system of “here and now” healing. She had found that many available healing systems involved long processes that prolonged suffering. This quest led her to develop a unique system of healing, super-generated by her great love of humanity, to provide a clear and detailed picture of problems and the knowledge of what is required to rapidly transform them. Many people report having experienced transformative healings in a single session, or receiving information that comforts and guides them or their loved ones through traumatic life experiences. Batsheva is known for the extraordinary warmth, understanding, compassion and non-judgment that she projects on everyone around her whilst extending guidance, insight, love and healing to those that seek her help. Combining tools such as spiritual and physical hand reading, channeling, Kabalistic numerology, Tarot Reading and Human Frequency Code (a diagnostic system based on a sense of smell) and channeling, rather like an x-ray, scanning a person’s inner being and cross references received information. This scanning enables to locate wounds, blocks, inhibitions, fears, constraints (physical, mental, emotional, sexual, spiritual) which need to be healed and that can create disturbance on physical health if left unresolved. “I use holistic modalities to diagnose and able to tap in to the core problem, which creates immediate deep communication and connection. When the client feels perceived and their wound, or core problem are seen, it create trust and relief (physical pain, emotional pain.)
 Often people feel that they have changed and transformed. Repressed traumas, constrains, fears, inhibitions, are severe sources of Mind and Body sickness where holistic tools will generate healing. Frequencies of light healing system promotes guided imagery , working towards the positive scenarios and outcome, process of deep relaxing meditations which create accessibility to the unconsciousness to allow catharsis. Healing and holistic diagnosis by the Frequencies Of Light healing system As the consciousness rises to higher levels, we understand that we are a spiritual being living in a physical body. Not accurate to say that we have a soul, we are a soul in physical body. Therefore is the understanding of increasing the healing emphasis – on the energetic quantum level. 
My readings are not just information, healing occurs when blocks are removed allowing the person to release pain, fears and trauma and to be more whole and flowing. Channelling energy essence and focus on the healing on all levels of human’s being, is transformative and opens new channels to self love and expression, resulting in improving relationship, career, abundance, alignment with one’s life purpose. 
The Frequencies of Light healing system is based on the principle: “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; show him how to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime”. 
The desire motivating this healing system is to heal as many people as possible; effective healing system which frees of dependency and gives lasting tools to continue their life-long journey
Batsheva, a successful businesswoman and designer in the past, has undergone a spiritual initiation. When the riddle of her life was revealed to her, she felt compelled to dedicate herself to the path of healing, teaching and motivating others to heal and transform, and shift human consciousness to create the New Era. Batsheva is known for her angelic, soft, non-judgemental, loving energy and for creating instantaneous miraculous elevating healing and changes in her followers’ lives at a deep and overall profound vibrational level. She connects those seeking healing to high frequencies of light, supporting them to transform their limiting patterns to a new vibratory state resulting in unusual and miraculous break-throughs. 
Batsheva Dor is an international healer and spiritual reader. She travels the world to offer her unique spiritual healings and readings. For more information on Batsheva, see her detailed listing on this website!
09 Jun

Bat Sheva's Light

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lightfrequencies2Batsheva Dor is based in Israel but travels the world to offer her amazing healings. She was voted as the Israel/Australian psychic of the year for 2014 and she offers her insights into her amazing work here. She states that energy healing is both a complement to other systems of medical care and, in itself, a system for self-care and self-help.  It can address physical illness and emotional disorders, and it can also promote wellness and peak performance. Western medicine deals with sickness, energetic holistic help deals with wellness. A key concept in energy healing is: In conventional medicine you diagnose and treat an illness.  
06 May

Shamanism is not an organized religion. It is a spiritual practice that cuts across all faiths and creeds, reaching deep levels of ancestral memory. As a primal belief system it precedes established religion and therefore has its own symbolism and cosmology, inhabited by beings, gods, and totems, who display similar characteristics although they appear in various forms, depending upon their places of origin. It is the most ancient pathway of power available.

The Buddha taught that to realize enlightenment, a person must overcome the three poisons, which are : desire, anger and obliviousness. This is done by developing the qualities of wisdom and compassion. Wisdom and compassion are main concepts of Buddhism and are sometimes compared to two wings that work together to enable flying, or two eyes that work together to gift us with sight. Many of us are taught to think of "wisdom" as something that is primarily intellectual and "compassion" as something that is primarily emotional, and that these two things are separate and even incompatible. We're led to believe that fuzzy, sappy emotion gets in the way of clear, logical wisdom. But this is not a Buddhist understanding. 
Meditation is the art of focusing all your attention in one area. The practice gifts a myriad of health benefits including increased concentration, decreased anxiety, and a general feeling of happiness. Although a many people try meditation at some point in their lives, only a small percentage maintains the practice it for the long-term. There can be many reasons for this, but there are some hints and tips that will help you cement this amazing practice into your daily life.
1) Make it a formal practice by setting aside a certain time of day. Some people can manage two practice periods a day, but try with just one at first.
2) Start with the breath. Breathing deep slows the heart rate, relaxes the muscles, focuses the mind and is an ideal way to begin practice.
3) Stretch your body!. Stretching loosens the muscles and tendons allowing you to sit (or lie) more comfortably. Additionally, stretching starts the process of “going inward” and brings added attention to the body.
4) Meditate with Purpose. The art meditation can be enhanced when we think or “meditate” on something that makes us feel connected, universal, calm and centred. This could be a beautiful flower, such as the Lotus, a mountain, a tree or even a mantra such as OM can be used to focus.
5) Notice if frustration creep up on you. This is very common for beginners as the ego tends to interfere with anything that would strengthen the soul, and weak the ego’s grip! Suddenly we start worrying about leaving the water running in the kitchen, or if that sound is a burglar climbing through the window! Focus back on the breath and let all these feelings go!
6) Experiment. Although many of us imagine that meditation requires us to sit cross-legged beneath a Bodhi tree, experiment with different types of meditation. Try sitting, lying, eyes open, eyes closed, etc.
7) Feel your body parts. Take notice of the body and once the mind quietens, put all your attention to the feet and then slowly move your way up the body (include your internal organs). This is very healthy and an indicator that you are on the right path.
8) Pick a specific room in your home to meditate. Make sure it is not the same room where you do work, exercise, or sleep. Place candles and other spiritual paraphernalia in the room to help you feel at ease.
9) Commit for the long haul. Meditation is a life-long practice, and you will benefit most by NOT examining the results of your daily practice. Just do the best you can every day, and then let it go!
10) Listen to instructional tapes and CDs.
11) Generate moments of awareness during the day. Concentrate on your breath and “being present” while not in formal practice is a wonderful way to evolve your meditation habits.
12) Make sure you will not be disturbed. One of the biggest mistakes beginners make is not insuring peaceful practice conditions. If you worry that the phone might ring, your kids might wake, or your coffee pot might whistle than you will not be able to attain a state of deep relaxation.
14) Notice small adjustments. The slightest physical movements can transform a meditative practice from one of frustration to one of renewal. These adjustments may be barely noticeable to an observer, but they can mean everything for your practice.
15) Use a candle. Meditating with eyes closed can be challenging for a beginner. Lighting a candle and using it as your point of focus allows you to strengthen your attention with a visual cue. This can be very powerful.
16) Do NOT Stress. This may be the most important tip for beginners, and the hardest to implement. No matter what happens during your meditation practice, do not stress about it. This includes being nervous before meditating and angry afterwards. Meditation is what it is, and just do the best you can at the time.
17) Meditating with a partner or loved one can have many wonderful benefits, and can improve your practice. However, it is necessary to make sure that you set agreed-upon ground rules before you begin!
18) Meditate early in the morning. Without a doubt, early morning is an ideal time to practice: it is quieter, your mind is not filled with the usual clutter, and there is less chance you will be disturbed. Make it a habit to get up half an hour earlier to meditate.
19) Be Grateful at the end. Once your practice is through, spend 2-3 minutes feeling appreciative of the opportunity to practice and your mind’s ability to focus.
20) Notice when your interest in meditation begins to wane. Meditation is hard work, and you will inevitably come to a point where it seemingly does not fit into the picture anymore. THIS is when you need your practice the most and I recommend you go back to the book(s) or the CD’s you listened to and become re-invigorated with the practice. Chances are that losing the ability to focus on meditation is parallel with your inability to focus in other areas of your life!
Meditation is an absolutely wonderful practice, but can be very difficult in the beginning. Use the tips described in this article to get your practice to the next level! I have created a wonderful shamanic meditation CD you may find useful because it guides you to deeper levels of inner awareness. However, there are dozens of wonderful meditation CDs created by many wonderful psychics and clairvoyants.


02 Feb


roseline 0222Moving home is one of the top stressful time of your life together with grieving, divorce and losing one’s job. You get out of our comfort zone, of routines, of habits. Moving house can be daunting so I prepared a Feng Shui check list to make your move as smooth as possible.  



24 Mar
wakeup2Authentic spiritual traditions offers not just a belief system but also an explicit guide to training the mind so that one becomes open to higher states of being and awareness. Thus all genuine spiritual paths offer a technology of transcendence of various kinds.
All technologies include methods to achieve:
1) Ethical training
2) Attention training
3) Emotional transformation
4) Motivational change
5) The cultivation of wisdom.
Ethnical traIning.
The common thinking of religious morality is “do this or God will get you.” This is not the perspective of perennial wisdom which views ethics as a means for training the mind. If we look closely, we find that unethical behaviour arises from and reinforces painful and destructive mind states of anger, fear, greed, hatred and jealousy. Ethnical behaviour, on the other hand, tends not to reinforce these mind-sets and thus reduces them as it cultivates their opposite, which is generosity, love and joyfulness. One becomes ethical not out of fear of punishment or guilt, but because one recognises that this is what leads to greater well being for oneself and others. Ethics is thus a skilful strategy.
Attention Training.
Our minds are a mess and you discover this if you ever try to meditate. We all have had the experience of sitting down to concentrate to then realize twenty minutes later that you didn’t. The Bahagavad-Gita says: ‘Restless man’s mind is. So strongly shaken in the grip of the senses, gross and grown hard with stubborn desire for what is worldly, how shall we tame it? Truly I think the wind is no wilder.” A Course in Miracles (ACIM) tells us that “you are much too tolerant of mind wandering.”
All scriptures without any exception proclaim that in order to attain salvation the mind must be subdued. 
Attention training requires that you have control over where you mind is, at any one time, and that you can steadfastly return it to a place of your choosing. The yogi returns again and again to the breath. The aim is to constantly recollect the mind. This ability gives us power.
In Buddhism there are four imponderables, they are: origination, or how the universe began, causation or karma, how things are caused; the scope of the mind of the Buddha, and finally the power of the fully concentrated mind.
Emotional transformation: There are two components: the reduction of negative unskilful emotions and the cultivation of positive, useful ones. The perennial philosophy sees all unskilful emotions emanating from the obsessions of addiction and aversion. 
ACIM has a variety of approaches to reducing our attachments to what it calls ‘idols’ which are all the things we crave. There is a whole series of workbook lessons on this, including: “The world I see holds nothing that I want,” (Lesson 128). It is not that we can’t live with joy and love here in the world; the Course and other traditions make it clear that we can. But as long as we think that fulfilling our desires is what will make us happy, we’re actually destined for unhappiness.
Anger and hate are the two chief emotions rooted in aversion. The Course maintains that anger is never justified. The Course’s primary tool for reducing anger is forgiveness, and it provides an exquisitely detailed variety of approaches to forgiveness, more so than any other path I have found.
The second component is the cultivation of positive or skilful emotions. These lead the aspirant toward states of unlimited love and compassion. These states are what Buddhism describes as the ‘divine abodes” and what Christianity calls agape. The Course puts it this way: “God’s will for me is perfect happiness.”
Motivational change: The perennial philosophy encourages a number of shifts in one’s deepest motivations, chief among them being the shift from wanting to acquire things, attention or power, to perusing inner development as the only lasting means of satisfaction. Another shift is simply getting to giving.
Traditionally this has been called purification, and psychologists would recognise this as moving up Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. For Kierkegaard it was epitomized in: ‘purity of heart is to will one thing,’ and Jesus said: ‘Seek ye first the kingdom of heaven and all else will be given to you.” In Mahayana Buddhism the motivation is to awaken into the bodhisattva. ACIM’s path makes it clear that none of us are going to get out of this game until we all get out of it. You cannot clean up just your mind.
The Cultivation of Wisdom:
Wisdom is what starts us on the path when one recognises the suffering and unsatisfactoryness of the world and aches to find a better way. In Buddhism it is the recognition of duhkha, that unenlightened living only leads to suffering.
Final wisdom is the profound insight into the nature of mind, self and reality. This is a direct transcendental intuition not of the mind or intellect. In the east it is called prajna in the west it is called gnosis, and in the ACIM it is called knowledge. This wisdom is also known to be profoundly empowering and liberating. In Christianity it is the kingdom of heaven within, in the Upanishads it is ‘by understanding the self, all this universe is known’ in Siddha Yoga it is : “God dwells within you, as you.”
This is enlightenment, satori, moksha, wu, liberation, salvation – all different words for the very same realization. The message of the great traditions as well as A Course In Miracles can thus be summarized very simply: “wake up!!!
13 Jan
hopi 01The Hopi Native American Indians live in the arid highlands of northern Arizona. These people have inhabited the same region for countless centuries. They are considered to be the oldest dwellers as well as being incredibly psychic, wise and intuitive.
They are a peace-loving and knit-tight community that relies on strong clan relationships. They are also an intensely spiritual and fiercely independent people. Their all-pervading religion guides them in all aspects of their lives, from planting corn through to creating pottery. They live in a stark, harsh, yet beautiful environment.