Friday, March 15, 2024

Remote Viewing & Mediumship

I’m on vacation in London for a few weeks - it has been ten years since I moved away and I find myself loving it. It’s my favorite city, by far. Didn’t realize just how many friends I still had here, and it’s been so cool catching up with everyone. 

Along the way, I signed up for two workshops at my former psychic school - or the College, as we tend to call it affectionately. Funny enough, both workshops were held in the same room where I took my first classes, back in 2010, and where I later had to do a platform demonstration of angel readings. Have to admit I was feeling nostalgic. 

The first workshop was taught by the remote viewer, psychic and podcaster, Ann Théato. We began with a few intuition exercises to read each other’s Auras and pinpoint areas of tension. My classmate saw stuck energy in my left ankle (I wear a compression stocking that wasn’t visible) and in my tummy - both impressions, accurate. 

But the big surprise came when the teacher had us do the same psychic meditation that we did in my first ever clairvoyance workshop at the College, back in January 2010. You tune into your classmate’s home psychically, seeing and feeling it with your intuition, and describe it to them. When I attended that class 14 years ago, it totally blew my mind 🤩🤩🤩 Now it seems normal.

One of the things that stood out for me this week: I intuited that my classmates home should have music but that it wasn’t there. It turned out that her partner is a DJ and music was usually the norm for them, but his speakers broke down. The music was playing in his headphones, not the house.

It was a real testament to our tutor, Ann, that by the looks of it, most of my classmates were able to remote view each other’s homes. The teacher’s way of working was very direct, a quick opening meditation and onto the good stuff. 

After that we changed partners and tried a new exercise that blended mediumship and clairvoyance - tuning into the home of a family member that had passed away and describing their home. We didn’t know who the person was; finding out was part of the class assignment. 

I felt it was my classmate’s paternal grandmother, and when I described the house, the look on her face was a clear confirmation. I liked this particular approach because looking at a loved one’s house is emotionally easier than receiving messages. Still not keen to go there, but it’s nice to know that it is possible. It gives people closure. 

If anyone is interested in mediumship, Ann Théato teaches through her website (AnneTheato.com). And of course, mediumship has always been a big area of focus at The College of Psychic Studies. Since Queen Victoria’s days …

Reiki hugs, 


Regina 


Ps … I flopped at the classic remote viewing protocol. RV is a detailed psychic technique that has apparently been used by law enforcement to obtain information on cases. My previous remote viewing posts can be found here (2013-14)



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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  

Sunday, January 21, 2024

Uranus: The Planet of Disruption (Case Study)

I’ve been going over key dates in my life and checking them against transits. A transit is when a planet moves through the zodiac and makes a connection with any of the placements in your natal chart, at an angle (say 60 or 90 degrees away), or crossing it directly. The direct transit is called a conjunction. It has a strong effect but whether it's easy or hard, to be confirmed.

Uranus is the planet of change, disruption and it also happens to rule Aquarius, my Sun Sign. It has a slow orbit though, taking 84 years to go around the zodiac. Uranus transits don’t happen that often, and with big Uranus transits, something disruptive happens out of the blue 😅

A funny thing to know about me is that from age 13 to 18 (8th grade to 1st year of college), I started the year at a different school each year. Six schools and three countries. And it didn't feel chaotic or hectic, despite the fact that I didn't like all of the schools. If you ever need advice on what makes school fun for teens, ask me. 



The first new school was the weirdest experience. My parents had been thinking of moving to a different city for a while. It was my last year of middle school -  we moved and my three siblings and I were enrolled in traditional all girl/boy schools. The school system was very square. Lots of memorization with no creativity. Having been a straight A student, I failed my exams, but made good friends. Social life, thumbs up. Academics, thumbs down. It didn't last. Two months later, we visited our old haunt on Halloween - for a long weekend, and stayed. I graduated the 8th grade at my old elementary school. 


I won't bore you with the rest of the details - but four high schools over the next four years, hopping across the pond to Europe, and moving to Mexico City, senior year. Then I was off to college in Boston 💜💜

It’s been fun - with highs and lows. 

Today I had a look look at my astrology transits. Uranus, the planet of disruption retrograded over my natal Moon in Capricorn (crossed it backwards) the summer that we first moved, at age 13. That September, Uranus stopped its retrograde (backwards motion) at 18 degrees Capricorn and turned around; my Moon is at 19°. In November, when we'd already bailed on the relocation, Uranus crossed my Moon for the last time, in forward motion.  

> Uranus’s orbit around the zodiac lasts 84 years. Those months were a predictable time for me to experience impromptu changes around my natal Moon. The Moon is what you need to feel secure; it relates to your mom & home life. An interesting preparation for what would come next: Switzerland - Mexico - Boston - Mexico - London - and now Mexico City the past ten years. I love spending time abroad. 

The moon in Capricorn seeks emotional & material stability. I created my own. Those teenage years I had a collection of photos on my wall, on a huge blue canvas. It traveled the world with me so that every new place felt like home. Blue relates to the sign of Cancer, an extension of your Moon, so to speak. Bring your home with you. 

Reiki hugs, 

Regina 

Ps … Pluto moved into Aquarius today!!!
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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  





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Thursday, December 14, 2023

Remove Inner Blocks to Love, Happiness and Success

There is a song that I love by the Mexican artist, Julieta Venegas, because of a line that goes something like “maybe I deserve this, but I don't want it.” She leaves and goes looking for what she does want. 

A poor translation on my part. But it got me thinking about whether we get what we deserve - or what we reach for. And in many cases, what we tolerate. That's in terms of creating the life you want to experience. 


It's cool to work on healing your self-worth, your boundaries, and to release what you think you deserve in life and relationships. Believing that you don't deserve a particular experience is a block; it takes away from your personal initiative and negotiating power. But objectively, lean into what you want to experience, regardless of whether you or others think you deserve X, Y or Z.  

Today I'm asking myself what is possible, not what people think should happen. The realm of possibilities is the playing field.
 
On a side-note, most healers and empaths are very tuned into other people's feelings and needs. I know this applies to me. Often, I find myself wondering if a lucky break isn't more deserved or needed elsewhere. This is one of the patterns that I needed to heal and release. It clicked for me a few weeks ago when I listened to this lovely song: 




>> Listen to your intuition - not the voice of your ego. The ego makes us feel smaller, its sabotage keeps us from achieving our potential. The flip side would be to assume we deserve more than others (also ego). 

One of my spiritual psychology teachers suggests connecting with that part of yourself, understanding how it seeks to protect you, and having an inner dialogue so that its energy can be repurposed to empower you. Release the belief that leads to self-sabotage. You can do this in any energy healing session, simply by setting the intention to fill that part of yourself with love, forgiveness and lots of healing. 

I’m working on this now but I wanted to share these insights. Self-Healing is a work in progress; we don’t have to be perfect and aiming for that keeps us from reaching our potential. As my middle school soccer coach used to tell us, if you wait for the perfect shot you’ll never score a goal. 

Free yourself in 2024! Join me on Youtube for meditations to go with my healing books. Enjoy and let's share with friends 💜 

Reiki hugs, 


Regina 





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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  




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Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Can a Camel Get Through the Eye of a Needle???

There is a line in the New Testament where Jesus tells his followers that it’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich person to get into the Kingdom of Heaven. I grew up Catholic and this quote has been interpreted to tell people that having money somehow keeps you from getting into Heaven. And that not having $$$ gets you there quicker. 

My view is that not having a dysfunctional ego can get us through the gates (or create heaven on earth), but that’s not the point of this post. Let’s focus on the camel. 

I think that we missed the point, forgetting that Jesus was Jewish, and many of the examples he gave were rooted in his culture. Kabbalah is the mystical side of Judaism; I’ve been taking classes on and off since 2009, when I first moved to London. You’ll find previous posts here

In Kabbalistic lore, the eye of the needle represents the dark night of the soul. It’s represented by the hebrew letter Kof; each of the Hebrew letters has a spiritual energy and meaning. That is half of the metaphor. The Camel is equipped to get through rough times. On a literal level, a real-life camel has enough water in its hump to survive travels in inhospitable desert environments. Metaphorically, water is empathy and emotional connection. On a Kabbalistic level, the letter G (the camel) represents spiritual strength and wealth of all kinds.  

So based on this, I’d suggest that the camel is very well equipped to survive a dark night of the soul. Whereas money can pay for a lot of things (including therapy!), but money alone won’t get us through a dark night of the soul. We’d need a spiritual or emotional toolkit.

Without going into too much detail, Kabbalah provides us with a map for spiritual and psychological growth, a path to balancing that ego. The letter Kof crosses the veil that is known as the Void, where dark nights of the soul are said to occur in life. Emotional intelligence is needed there. Money itself is irrelevant spiritually, but very necessary physically. 


Emotional Strength & Compassion

I’ve written about the Kabbalistic Tree of Life before and how meditations can take us up and down those levels of awareness.

My teachers tell us to be cautious with our pursuits. As legend tells us, of four talented Kabbalists, one died, another lost his mind, the third became an angry skeptic. Only the last Kabbalist thrived. 

The one that survived did so because he leaned on the Element of Water. Have a look at this lecture from Spiritgrow: 


I haven’t mentioned Kabbalah as much on my blog because it’s quite expansive - better suited for a book than for individual blog posts. But this aha moment helped me release limiting cultural programming. 

Reiki hugs, 

Regina 


Ps … For those of you who have seen the Tree of Life, Gimmel is on the path between the 3rd and 5th Sefirot. Kof is on the path between the 3rd and 4th. This is based on the paths by Rabbi Isaac Luria. 


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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  




Wednesday, October 4, 2023

The Ego Thrives on Comparison

Throwing a few thoughts out there because I can’t sleep 😅 It dawned on me today that the ego can only exist in relation to something else, it doesn’t stand on its own legs. It also has to be seen, which isn’t bad; we all need to be seen and loved.



But wouldn’t it be cool if your true self or your Higher Self shone through instead? So instead of comparing yourself with others and having that be the reference point for the ego, align your ego with your Higher Self and all of your joy, light and potential.

This shift can be done on both a feeling & mental level. The belief that we can be more or less than the person next door is where the ego starts. It needs comparison to exist, a point of reference.

One of my reiki teachers tells us that we can heal the ego so that it becomes a force for our light & purpose to shine in the world. I think the first step might be to stop comparing ourselves with others. 

When it comes to metrics where it feels like you've fallen short, fill that part of yourself with love & understanding. Don’t beat yourself up about it - work with that feeling. Where does the metric come from? Is it relevant and necessary in your life?

Heal your ego & redirect it towards your higher self so that it’s pulled in that direction. Read my book to develop that connection, Chakra Healing & Magick.

Chapter 4 includes questionnaires that will get you thinking about your sense of self on a deeper level, while the sections on psychic abilities and energy healing will guide you towards your Higher Self. 

That part of your soul taps into your full potential; your Higher Self powers your goals more than the ego ever can. 

A healthy ego catches all of that energy, sending it out into the world. But we can't do that if we're focused on comparison, and all of the icky feelings that come from that behavior. Hence the need for healing.

This is what I'm clearing now. 🍎🍎🍎

Reiki hugs, 

Regina


>> Suggested Reading: Process Your Feelings with Reiki ⛈



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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  


Tuesday, September 19, 2023

An Experience of Flowers, Crystals and Reiki

I had a crazy experience with crystals many years ago and I forgot to blog about it. Here it goes! I found tumbled carnelians in a shop. Most crystals have great energy to begin with, and I do clear them before activating them. But on my way home, I took a small carnelian out of the bag and held it in my palm. It didn’t seem happy. 

My hand stung after a while; it felt like the crystal was angry. Instead of clearing and keeping it, I decided to return it to nature. Burying crystals is a great way to clear their energy. But I just happened to walk past a huge flowerbed, and without thinking, I tossed it into the flowers 🌷

Three days later I walked past the flowers and they were drooping. The flowerbed was about 6 feet wide and the whole thing looked terrible. I felt awful - so I gave the flowers Reiki for a few minutes and left. It didn’t help. A friend joined me later that week and we spent a lot of time sending healing to the flowers. When I checked again, everything was back to normal! 

Lately I’ve been thinking about this experience and how crystals, reiki and water can help us bloom. Also, how the effects of energy healing are not psychological or based on belief. Based on this particular example, I’d say that it doesn’t matter if we connect with energy healing logically or not. Let’s give ourselves the chance to receive light and bloom.

Visualize white light radiating through your aura and your water. And yes, clear your crystals before connecting them. 


Read my book: Chakra Healing & Magick looks at crystals, energy healing and other kinds of magick in depth. I published the book a year or so after the experience that I have described here. You’ll find a flower mandala on the cover, the idea is to let yourself bloom! 🌷🌷🌷

The book is available on Amazon, now in Spanish too!👉 Bookstore Here 


Reiki hugs, 

Regina


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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  


Tuesday, August 22, 2023

Shine your Light Unapologetically

The sun is at 29 degrees Leo today - that is my North Node in my astrology chart. It represents what I need to do to bust out of limiting patterns. The key message is to shine without dimming my light. I’ve been working on it for a long time and although I have made big advances, there was still a behavioral pattern that I had to kick. 

Without going into the details of my natal chart, Leo rules my mission, destiny and happiness in life (if I choose to accept it) but I also have three heavy planets in the Earthy sign of Virgo, one that encourages us to be humble. And in my case, to hide my light because I didn’t want to be a show off, seem arrogant, or too self-centered. 

The North Node is completely outside your comfort zone; playing the observer comes naturally to me, but the North Node in Leo pushes me to take my place center stage. 

As you'll know from reading Diary of a Psychic Healer, I've been on a spiritual deep dive for 14 years.

I have this pattern where I downplay the amount of time, energy and diligence that has gone into my energy healing and spiritual studies. So for example, earlier this month I wrote an Instagram post that questioned the popular New Age Lionsgate trend. Instead of just saying “I don’t see this in the stars,” I began that post with a disclaimer of “if I am reading this right.” 

My intention was to imply that I didn’t have the truth, not that I didn’t know how to read charts. I wasn’t sure if that trend was rooted in aspect patterns with the planets being aligned, the time of year, or pop culture numerology. My guess was the latter. 

A friend shared my post on her wall. It was met by criticism from a lady who funny enough, mirrored the critical Virgo voice that runs through my mind: am I good enough, do I know enough, did I phrase this right??? She questioned my astrology knowledge and implied that my content didn’t merit a share. I had a huge Aha Moment: I don’t need to defend my credentials to anyone, least of all a stranger online. 

I’ve been exploring astrology in detail since 2009 when Jan Spiller’s Astrology for a Soul just got me. My formal studies came later, in 2015 & 2016, and by 2017 I was teaching experimental astro workshops. In real life interactions I tend to downplay how much time and energy I’ve dedicated to my craft, but it’s apparent on this blog. 

This month’s lesson is not to downplay my talent or experience; something that I have been doing for far too long. Even in my corporate days, a friend insisted that I should put my MBA diploma on my wall (as another colleague did) so that people would know that I had a masters. I didn’t want to brag. Plus I thought it was enough that my bosses & HR knew. In hindsight I’m not sure that it would have made a difference because my ability to deliver on projects was more important. My enthusiasm and commitment were more than enough too.

Or so I thought… 

Since then I’ve had flashbacks to instances where I downplayed my track record with energy healing, or when I praised someone’s work in a way that made them believe they had more experience and stature than I did. Those interactions seemed harmless but the ego dynamic of ‘faux humility and shrinking to please’ creates an unbalanced relationship. It takes a lot to come back from that, no matter how long we’ve been on the spiritual path.  

My life lesson has been to shine brightly and let whoever wants to stick around, stick around. It takes courage to shine your light no matter who is in your orbit, and not to feel too big (or too small) around someone who also has power. 

Also, my intuition tells me that if I don’t shine as brightly as I can, I’m not doing my part. The biggest lesson of all 🦁

Reiki hugs, 

Regina 

Ps…. Read my books - they are both awesome. Available on Amazon.     


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Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  



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