I am really good at making things difficult, even when I don’t intend to do so. Basically I am so used to things being hard that I don’t know how to make them easy – or there is some programming there that makes me feel like it’s not supposed to be easy. Do you ever feel like that?

Before I get more into this, first let me tell you a little story about where I am these days…spirit-wise that is.

Last year, around May in fact!, I started experiencing this shift in energy. It was like nothing I have ever felt before – like an opening in my throat with a pressure on the right side of my head. I consulted with one of my most trusted psychic friends and meditated a great deal, and decided to pursue it more. Turns out, when I tune in, I am in a whole other space – what they call the 4th and 5th – and am getting downloads from light beings who are basically…a group of Ascended Masters.

I work with them daily now, and while I have been hogging a lot of their time with personal issues, I do get messages of a larger nature that I can share with you. And please note, I have been hesitant to broadcast this because it’s so new and different (for me, at least). But the messages are so strong, so loving, and so helpful that it is time to start sharing them with you.

Recently they (and by they, it’s first my main Blue Guide who I have known for a while now but I can hear much more clearly now, and then others, layer upon layer of others, who I see mostly by color and PS some are divine feminine healers, a group of them!) started talking to me about making things difficult and they said I could share it.

So this transmission was about that – about reasons why, and about what to do when things are difficult. I found it really helpful. Especially at the end, when they talk about people in the darkness who SPAT at the light (I was not sure if they said “spit” or “spat” but I liked the way “spat” sounded).

I hope it helps and if you have questions of a universal nature you’d like me to sit with and ask them, and then do a video/email on, I am sure they would be happy to provide higher guidance.

In closing too, 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.

A wonderful person who I have known for quite a while now through the scope of the intuitive realm asked me to talk about the soul path and spiritual purpose of people with disabilities. While every situation is different and there is no blanket statement that covers the life path of every soul who incarnates here on earth, what I can say from what I have experienced is that people with disabilities are usually pretty powerful spirits, some in fact master spiritual teachers who inspire others to learn to be kind, strong, less ego-driven and more open-minded and compassionate.

Many of us walk around so wrapped up in our struggles, so all-consumed by what we are going through in our lives, and so quick to judge everything and everyone that we don’t always see situations through an unclouded filter. People who have disabilities teach us to observe the world differently and to broaden our perspective. Two people who are close to me have disabilities: one obviously so (she can’t walk), and the other rather hidden (he is dyslexic). They have taught me to be patient, to understand their struggles, to treat them no differently than anyone else, and, above all else, to be respectful. They have taught others a myriad of lessons as well, and they themselves are learning volumes upon volumes of lessons about their own strengths.

And so in this video, I chat a bit ineloquently about it (I apologize, I tried to do the video a couple of times before hand and just didn’t get it right so this is my best try!). Thank you for subscribing and for watching.

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.

Hi and Happy Thanksgiving!

Or not so happy, if you’re dreading family time like so many others this year. If you feel like you don’t fit in with your family and wonder if you are perhaps a changeling (in ancient lore, that’s a fairy baby: the fairies come in and steal the human baby and put a changeling in it’s place in the cradle), try this short test and find out:

You might possibly be a Changeling if:

1. You feel like you are from an entirely different planet than your family
2. Your parents and siblings just don’t understand or accept you or your views
3. Your family doesn’t really know who you are and they don’t seem to want to know either
4. No matter what you say to your family, it’s heard through a terrible filter
5. You feel really bad about yourself after spending time with your family

OK, all sadness aside (because that test is sad! My energy goes down every time I read it), a lot of beautiful radiant light workers like YOU really don’t connect with their families of origin, and it’s one of the most incredibly difficult and painful things for a person to deal with.

In fact, on the whole topic of fate vs. free will which I have been thinking about a lot lately, the family thing is one of those definite FATE things that happens right off the bat. Here you are, emerging into the world fresh and new and straight from source, right into the hands of…OH GOD NO, NOT THIS AGAIN!

If you feel you aren’t a part of the tribe you were born into, the truth of the matter is that this is definitely something your spirit chose to go through in order to grow and evolve. By feeling what it’s like to be misunderstood, rejected, mistreated or abandoned, your spirit is undergoing sort of like the SAT’s of spiritual evolution in the face of adversity.

How do you ace that test? By separating, healing yourself, forgiving yourself and them, and by sharing your light with people who do love and accept you. There are more healing modalities available to you than ever before, too, and so many light workers all over the planet who can help you with great love. The process should actually be fun, because doing the things you need to do to heal make you feel GOOD – great even. It’s not like you have to toil through it. You can grow with joy, with light, and with love (and a lot of self-love too, because that is essential).

If everything were easy, if you had parents that thought the world of you and siblings who were your best friends and just a perfect Norman Rockwell family…well, you’d get challenges in other areas of your life. And maybe it seems like people with great families have more support when facing those challenges, but we can’t know that for sure. Everyone’s path is unique, and you don’t know what it’s like to be in their shoes unless you ARE them.

Anyway, in the video above are some basic tips for coping with your family when you’re on the spiritual path (and you suspect you may be a fairy baby/changeling). And for the record, two of my dearest friends are downright boycotting Thanksgiving altogether – which you have every right to do if you feel so inclined.

One of the most common questions I hear in sessions is: “What is my purpose in life?”

And it’s almost ALWAYS related to making money and career.

But there are so many other reasons we’re here that have nothing to do with money whatsoever, and if we can just acknowledge that and embrace it, our souls will grow by leaps and bounds, and enlightenment will be something that actually feels attainable, vs. this concept that only monks and highly spiritual people have access to or can reach.

Your purpose for being here is not just about how you earn your money. And if you follow your truth, and work with your talents and gifts, you’ll both learn, and teach, important lessons that can help with the evolution of everyone on this planet.

Here’s an example, albeit a small one:

As a person who has been bullied, both within my family and at a couple of different office jobs, I am firmly opposed to bullying, and committed to doing what I can to speak out about it and to stop it from being tolerated.

This morning, Ivan insisted on wearing a knitted beanie with all these planets and stars on it (even though it’s like 100 degrees in October here in LA). Under his hat, he tucked a mini flashlight, so he had this flashlight hidden on top of his head under his hat. Genius!

When we got to school, his frenemy Michael pointed to the hat and started laughing, because it looked odd and funny. Ivan’s face totally changed from excited and confident to scared and sad. Why was Michael laughing at him? Michael went to get Mark, who is a sweet-natured boy, to tell him Ivan looked funny today. I was kind of just standing there watching it all, and without thinking, I looked at Mark, then Michael, and I said “Hey, guys! Ivan has the coolest hat on today and he’s hiding something really funny underneath it. Mark, come see!” and instead of making fun, suddenly both of them looked intreagued and interested, and Ivan then showed them the flashlight, which they loved, and wanted to play with. The whole scene changed in an instant and I ducked out while Mark and Michael marveled over the ingenuity of Ivan’s getup.

Granted, toddlers are easily influenced, but the whole scenario made me think about teasing, and bullying, and how children can be taught to be kind to each other, and how that can make them grow up into adults who are caring and thoughtful. So many grownups love to gossip, to say negative things about each other, and that’s just so ugly and low-vibrational. What gives? and what’s the point? It’s just mean and small-minded.

My life experiences have fed my beliefs that smack-talking and bullying are negative and unproductive, and now one of my purposes is to do what I can, in whatever little way I can, to influence people to NOT be like that. I, too, try to be diligent about not gossiping, criticizing, or judging others.

You purpose is never just about work. It’s about all the gifts you have and how you share them, about what you bring to the table in life. Maybe you give great hugs and make people feel better. Perhaps you love your animals and give them a good life. Maybe your belief in treating the planet better influences others to do the same, and we end up restoring the vibration of the earth. In any event, you are here for a reason, and every little thing you do makes a difference, even if you can’t see it right away.