If you’re on the spiritual path, raising your vibration and evolving your soul, I’m sure the subject of reincarnation has come up at some point or another. I’ve found that tuning in to my soul as an energy that has reincarnated time and time again helps me to understand my journey, the lessons I am learning, the people I’m sharing this experience with, and why.

In the grand scheme of healing in the intuitive realm, reincarnation is one of my FAVORITE topics of all time. So I was delighted when someone asked me to talk about recognizing people from past lives!

It seems to be that, generally speaking, there is a spark of recognition that takes place when it comes to meeting people you’ve shared lives with in the past. It can vary according to the person and the relationship, but there is usually a knowing on some level. And that can be in a positive sense, a neutral sense, or a negative sense.

There’s a lot of focus when it comes to reincarnation, past lives, and soul mates, on the relationships you have that are positive and make you feel great. But on the flip side, there are relationships that are not so pleasant, ones that help you to learn and grow, through more challenging lessons, and many of those relationships can stem from past life agreements as well. You will joyfully recognize friends and loved ones from past lives who make your life great, and you will probably not-so-joyfully recognize others as well.

In the video above, I chat about this in more detail, and also talk about the notion of time when it comes to past lives. Many of us like to think in the framework of linear time, but we must be careful not to get too hung up on the notion that our most recent life before this, or the life that is most directly affecting THIS ONE RIGHT NOW, was the one a few years or decades prior to the year you were born in this incarnation.

Freeing yourself from that belief can help you detach from historical situations and focus more on life themes that took place in a completely different era altogether – BC or AD – and connect more deeply into your development as a soul unrelated to historical events of a certain timeframe.

Many people I have worked with, myself included, are completing loops of karma and life lessons pertaining to lifetimes that took place many hundreds of linear years in the past.

I find this all so fascinating – and if there is more you would like me to look into or talk about, please let me know in the comments on YouTube or by emailing me directly.

And remember, if you need help with connecting to your own intuition or would like guidance in any area of your life, I’m here to do readings, healings, spiritual coaching packages AND one-on-one psychic development training – so don’t hesitate to contact me for a session at ask@krishanti.com.


Happy ALMOST New Year!!!!!

2016 is just about all wrapped up and this is a great time to take stock, reflect, and focus on what you want to create in 2017.

And with all the family get-togethers that tend to happen over the holidays, I thought it would be apropos to have a bookcase chat about when people in your life aren’t treating you the way you want to be treated. Maybe they’re not returning phone calls or texts, or aren’t showing up for you in one form or another. Or perhaps they’re not hearing you, or connecting with you, or giving you the respect you deserve. Whatever the case is, reframing the way you think about the situation will definitely help.
The most useful and proactive thing to do when you start to feel badly about the way someone is acting is to take a few steps back and look at their life objectively, asking yourself questions like:

What is going on with them right now?

What types of things happened in their past that could cause them to act like this now?

Is there something else that is possibly going on that you aren’t aware of? 

Are other people perhaps noticing the same type of behavior?

This type of thoughtful, neutral, compassionate probing will help you to see the situation with a new sense of clarity, so you hopefully don’t take it so personally (which is what causes pain).

If you can process it all, you will probably notice some themes happening with that person, and be able to realize that it’s not all about you, and you can then choose to talk to them, or to wait it out from a place of love and see what happens.

Another thing that came up as I was thinking about this topic is when you notice that A LOT of people in your life seem to be treating you a certain way that you dislike. And in that case, you can do the same thing I mentioned above, and take it a step further by really looking at yourself and noticing what these behaviors are saying about YOU and how you might need to heal and make big changes in your life. This could mark the need to end a powerful cycle or pattern, to create a shift so that you can continue to evolve and grow at a higher vibrational level.

Whatever the case may be, if you look at the situation as neutrally as possible, you’ll remove the drama and suffering that comes from hurt feelings, which will help you get through it all the more easily.

Everyone acts oddly at some point or another, and patience, compassion, and love for yourself and for other people will absolutely help transform and heal the situation.


Earth: The PAIN School

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I started experimenting with channelling this year, and have had some interesting experiences with ascended masters and also ANGELS! It’s so amazing and interesting to receive information in this way – different from when you’re looking at things clairvoyantly.

The other day when I was meditating, the Masters started talking about hope. They said that Earth is a PAIN SCHOOL which made me laugh because while we all know Earth is a school, I’ve never heard it put that way, like it’s a pain school where everyone has to learn how to deal with physical or emotional pain. And hope is one thing that helps you trust that the pain won’t last forever.

From my own personal experience and from working with tons of people in sessions, it seems that hope is this magical feeling that gets us through the worst of times. Yes, everything may be falling apart and life may be upside down and tragic, but if you have hope, you know things will change, and it keeps you going. It’s like gas in your car. Hope will get you to the next place.

But talking about how great hope is is one thing; trying to rally and muster it up when you’re feeling hopeless is another thing altogether. So here are some things that will help get it back:

1. Keep everything super simple and uncomplicated
2. Do everything one thing at a time
3. Look for one thing you can admire or appreciate whenever you think about it
4. Do NOT think too much
5. Meditate and pray and ask for miracles, for signs, and for hope
6. Trust that things can change in an instant
7. Practice extreme self-care
8. Volunteer
9. Get outside
10. Talk to someone loving and compassionate

The minute you realize you feel hopeless, you have an opportunity to work on that feeling and to turn it around. It may take an hour, or a day, or a few months, but it will transform.

When I first started doing readings, I had a lot of moments of doubt. I was like, who am I to do this and should I even be DOING this? I thought maybe I should go back to the corporate world and keep it normal. And you know what’s funny? Every time I was in that desperate OMG place, guess who would call me for a reading? A woman named HOPE. Without fail, Hope would call, and we’d do a session, and sometimes when I would do a healing on her over the phone the lights would flicker on and off because the energy was so powerful. I’ll never forget Hope, who transitioned from Pain School to the other side last year. I know she is happy.

Hope is the flame that sparks the fire of positive change. If you have hope, miracles can and will happen. And the thing about the universe is that change is constant; things are never in a state of homeostasis. So that’s encouraging too, right!?

Wishing you all the HAPPIEST of HOLIDAYS and sending you so much love and light!


Even though we all know the future is VERY mutable and changeable and NOT set in stone, when it comes to getting readings, it’s one of those things EVERYONE wants to take a sneak peek at. We want an idea of what’s going to happen; we want to know how things are going to turn out. We want to know who is coming and when and where and why and what it’s going to mean and how it’s going to happen.

But as much as we like to believe that we have control over things and can manifest whatever we want in life, however we want it, the sad truth is, some things are not up to us to decide. Some things are it’s just about…

FATE.

That four-letter word we don’t like to think exists (unless it’s tied to something really incredible and amazing).

How we detest the idea of fate!!! We want to be in control; we want things to go the way we want them to.

But we are all here to learn lessons, to go through things, to learn, evolve, and grow. And that means that we have to sometimes wait longer than we want for soul mates to appear. That we have to deal with similar types of situations. That it’s our fate for this to happen or for that to happen.

In the video above, I wax on a bit about fate vs. free will. What’s very intriguing to me that I’ve noticed a lot lately is that you can create different variables related to a situation, but the core lesson will still remain. For instance, you can not marry one person, and then marry another, and have a very similar type of situation occur in that relationship that would have occurred if you’d married the other person. That’s just one example – but there are billions of different potential situations this can be applied to, from the minute to the OMG that is HUGE.

Yes, we do have a certain degree of control in our lives – but we can’t control everything. And that’s where fate comes in. Maybe it’s not such a bad word after all…because who knows what would happen if there wasn’t a higher force setting the stage for life as it unfolds?


If you’re reading this, you are someone who has done or is doing a lot of work on yourself – as am I. So you know what I’m talking about when I say that a) sometimes it can feel arduous and b) it’s supposed to be FUN.

We tend to forget the fun part – how good it’s supposed to feel when we’re “working” on ourselves. But in order for improvement to really be effective, it helps to love the process. Which means, we get to listen to music we love. To run and play and do things we love to do, things that make us feel good while we’re doing them and make us feel even better afterwards.

I have seen first hand how the light conquers the dark. And believe you me when I tell you, light wins with laughter (and I’m not talking Sunday School squeaky clean humor here either). Light wins with music – even rap music and dance music. Light wins with celebrating life, with love and gratitude and giving back and praying and meditating, in a way that’s real and flows authentically.

All of the work we do on ourselves is essentially an attempt to bring out the divine in us so we can get through this dark, dense earth plane (well, the human aspect of it) and transform it into more light while we’re here. We are divine beings just having a human experience for now.

So let’s have fun with it!!!!!


Spiritual Superiority!?!

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The idea of what I’ll call Spiritual Superiority came onto my radar recently.

Basically, it’s the notion that spiritual teachers are better than other people. It’s like the spiritual equivalent of capitalism. There are some spiritual teachers who have a vested interest in having their followers think they have it all figured out.

And with the advent of social media, they are able to craft an image of themselves that shows the world that they are happy, successful, and “on point” with what they are doing. To my psychic eye, however, some of what I see on social media conveys an almost narcissistic need to be idolized. It reminds me of what they say about psychiatrists being the people who need the most work of all!!

If you’re on the spiritual path, I’ll say this first and foremost: beware of any spiritual teacher who tells you that you have to work with them, or or that they (and only they) know they way. Beware of any techniques that seem manipulative or coercive. And beware of anything that resembles even borderline cult-y.

The best spiritual teachers will encourage you to follow your own path and to see the light within you. You are a spark of the divine, and you possess everything you need in order to heal and grow.

The ideal teacher is really just a catalyst, plain and simple.

Because a lot of my work is about intuition, I would say you can also follow your own intuition to discover if a teacher or spiritual leader is the right person for you. I have found some to be straight up shady. I have also found some to be so incredibly wonderful, honest, and truthful that just thinking about them now makes my energy feel better (of late, I have been reading about Kabbalah by Rabbi David Cooper, who my Angel Healer friend Marjetka Novak told me about). I also love Colette Baron-Reid, Sanaya Roman and Orin, Youtube’s Gigi Young who has beautiful energy, and my dear friend, author and clairvoyant Debra Lynne Katz, who has helped me heal and grow so much.

We are all here for a reason, and because some craft a strong public presence does not mean they have all the answers! They are just the same as you, trying to get through life here on earth!


There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer for everyone, but when it comes to areas where you KNOW you’re not making progress, chances are, you’re keeping yourself small.

You know you want certain things in life, and you know, for the most part, what it takes to get there. At least, theoretically speaking. You know your job’s holding you back from finding truly fulfilling work, or that you’re tired of being single, or that you’re sick of being overweight and out of shape. Why, then, are you still stuck?

It’s not like you want to keep yourself small, but the truth is, there’s a comfortability in maintaining patterns that are safe and predictable. How many people do you know who stay in jobs that they hate, week after week, year after year? I know tons of people who do. I used to be one of them. I was miserable, stuck in cubicles, doing the most boring work imaginable, but I stayed because these jobs were safe. They provided a steady paycheck and health insurance. I talk to people all the time who are in situations like I was, and I know it takes a lot of energy to break out of powerful cycles like that. But it is possible.

Sometimes you keep yourself small because you want to fit in. It’s hard to go against the grain and forge your own path without guarantee of success. It’s lonely, and chances are, you’re not going to get the support you need right away. In fact, this is such a strong factor in many people’s lives that they don’t even get the idea to do something different than those around them. It doesn’t even cross their minds, that they might like competing in triathalons, or that they may prefer living in a co-op housing situation than a studio apartment, or that they might actually fall in love with someone from a different ethnic background than their own. They keep themselves small because it’s predictable, and they know what to expect, and how to fit in with and belong to those around them. There’s a lot to be said for predictability, but staying small tends to close and lock the door to a lot of potential opportunities.

If you suspect that you’re keeping yourself small, you probably are. The easiest way to start breaking out of self-sabotaging habits and patterns is to recognize them, and then think about where the root of the problem is. Are you holding onto extra weight simply because you’ve become used to it, and you don’t think you have what it takes to transform your body, so why bother trying? Are you staying at your current job because you’re afraid of change? Are you resisting getting back onto the dating scene because you’re worried about being hurt or rejected? Are you letting your fears dictate how you’re living your life?

Once you get to the root of the problem, find the easiest thing you can do now to start making changes. Can you get out more? Should you read new magazines or books, or take new classes so you can expose yourself to new ideas and new thoughts, and make new friends? Do you need to shift your mindset, to change your way of thinking, and to be open to taking more risks? Playing it safe is very practical, but at what point are you going to let being safe shut you off from excitement, joy, life, love, and fun?

It’s good to think things over and let new concepts become more comfortable and familiar before you jump in and take action. Stay in your comfort zone, but extend the boundaries a little bit. The more you start expanding your activities and your consciousness, the easier it becomes to take bigger risks, and then to shift your life by leaps and bounds.