Sunday, January 3, 2021

Anchoring Spirituality in the Psyche and in our Emotional Health

Happy New Year! I have big news and a also a few thoughts to share on how we can ensure that healing takes hold on all levels of our soul, spirit, and personality. First off, I am pleased to say that come September, I will be enrolling in a Masters in Depth (Jungian) and Counseling Psychology! The program lasts two and a half years, with a focus on the psychology of families, relationships and communities. The idea is to combine energy healing and psychology in the future, especially when we focus on personal growth and contentment.

The school is in Santa Barbara ๐ŸŒด It looks at the role that imagination, the Soul and dreams play in our lives. Initially, two programs caught my attention - the other was an MA / Phd in Mythological Studies. I went for counseling because it will give me grounding and the tools to work through the themes below. 

Self-Healing Is About Integration 

A few months ago I had a homework assignment that involved guiding a psychic meditation where we connected with stars and with Archangel Metatron. He is one of the angels who sits at the highest levels of reality, though he easily slides through the spiritual dimensions to reach us in the physical realm. When I asked my intuition why blend the two, the response was that soul healing runs along two major axes. The archangels help us go up and down a vertical ladder of awareness - much like a piano where we learn to play all of the octaves. The starlight connection helps with lateral integration, or healing of relationships.  

Vertical Integration (Spiritual)

If we think of consciousness as a ladder of awareness, we can go upwards to get a sense of a spiritual world - whether we believe in angels, goddesses, or one particular understanding of God. We can also take our awareness down to connect with the natural world, becoming sensitive to the energy and spirit of Mother Nature, which includes trees, rivers, mountains, flowers and crystals. Some traditions emphasize the Heavens, while others focus on Nature and the Earth. Energy Healers spend lots of time grounding because planet Earth gives us the foundations needed to access the upper echelons of the ladder. This is how we activate our psychic abilities and our intuition to connect with angels and teacher guides. 

Up isn't better than down. The natural world has plenty of wisdom to share with us. It is also healing and de-stressing. Just think about how it feels to leave your cellphone behind and go for a hike.  Grounding is essential for Healers; without it, we can burn ourselves out or even lose contact with a sense of reality and purpose on Earth. This is why the first chapter of Chakra Healing & Magick focuses on grounding our personal energy. 

> Vertical integration means feeling just as comfortable with the spiritual world as the material world - going up, going down, and bringing both together in the Heart. It is about spirituality, including our relationship with Mother Nature and any mystical experiences. 

Lateral Integration (Human)

This is the part that I found most intriguing: in this clairvoyant meditation we connected with the stars, taking our attention to other dimensions and universes (or inwards, to your own universe of feelings, experiences, and associations) In my consumer marketing days, we used to say that every human being was a universe: complete with beliefs, affinities, and unimaginable social interactions. Lateral integration involves healing of relationships on all levels: personal (yourself), individual (friends, lovers, family) and collective (society). 

Ask Yourself: How do I get along with people in my life, at work, in school or generally in the world? There are social groups that we feel a part of and others that we see as distant, different or foreign. This is where psychology comes into play; the attributes that we shy away from are often projected onto others. We can shine a light on the unconscious by studying astrology, in clairvoyant meditations, and counseling sessions.  

In this meditation I visualized a network of stars going out in all directions - a metaphor. We take our attention beyond ourselves and channel that starlight while intending to heal the parts of our personality that feel separate from or triggered by our surroundings. It flows through us, soothing the emotional body. 

Energy Healing meditations involve all of our intuitive senses: sight, sound, touch and even smell. I felt that starry energy circling through my arms: up the left, through the Heart and out the right hand. Relationships do have an influence on the emotional and mental layers of the Aura, but the healing was in the Heart. 

> When I ask my intuition what we stand to gain by expanding our awareness to include all of the stars in the Milky Way, the answer brings me back to the basics: connecting with yourself (inwards) and the people around you (outwards). Healing our relationships so that we feel belonging, community and compassion on a wider scale. Resolving conflicts and processing emotions is a big part of this.

From an energy healing perspective, lateral integration paves the way for transpersonal healing - when intuitive meditations that focus on yourself then filter through to people in your community through the transpersonal energy centers in the Aura. I will come back to this as it involves vertical and lateral awareness. 

The Intersection is the Sweet Spot

We heal by integrating the four directions (Up/Down, In/Out). Many personal conflicts come from stumbling blocks in the subconscious; these can be found by going inward. I have often looked to natal astrology for clues. We can work with Energy Healing and with creative tools to shine a light on our inner self. At the end of the day, lateral integration involves working with the psyche and our emotions; I am very much looking forward to the MA in Counseling Psychology! My goal is to combine counseling with tarot & natal astrology. 

Spiritual Integration (Vertical) is fun and exciting but the human aspect (Lateral) can be messy, painful and even ugly. It's not uncommon for spiritual types to shy away from it; I have done so myself. This is what I am working on now and it dawned on me that the four directions consolidate our healing efforts. The concept has given me a framework to work with - I hope it helps you too ๐Ÿ’™

Reiki hugs, 



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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 


Friday, December 11, 2020

Vibrational Medicine: Can we bridge the Scientific / Spiritual Divide? (BookReview)

I am reading a book by Dr Richard Gerber called Vibrational Medicine. It looks at healing from spiritual, energetic and medical points of view, walking us through research that has been done on vibrational healing in both laboratory and clinical settings. The book is a brick - 500 pages and at times very technical, but worth reading as an energy healer. 

One of the questions I am asked often is if energy healing depends on the belief of the client. The placebo effect is real and while we can harness it by working through feelings or beliefs that may undermine the healing process, when I worked in consumer healthcare, research was expected to outperform the placebo. 

Below you will find research highlights from Chapter 8 on Psychic Healing. As discussed previously, Energy Healing is complementary to medical care, not alternative. The terms energy healing and psychic healing are used interchangeably on this post.  

Vibrational Medicine, by Richard Gerber M.D. 

Dr Richard Gerber was a surgeon and this book looks at how medical care and vibrational healing can work together. The author explores the Aura and Chakras from technical and physiological points of view. He brings together several holistic traditions to give us the big picture. 

For example, the author discusses how energy flows from the Aura to the physical body through the meridian system, while presenting research done tracing the movement of fluids injected at acupuncture sites. As a Reiki practitioner, this was helpful for me because the hand positions used in Reiki coincide with the meridians. It gave me an understanding of how Reiki energy flows to the body's organs and tissues. 

The book covers research on vibrational healing from the 1800's until its publication in the 1980's. The studies mentioned below were carried out at universities in the US & Canada. 

A Quick Note on Research 

There are different types of studies, some used early in the scientific process to explore the potential for new lines of research. I am not a scientist, but based on my time in consumer health care, my understanding is that early stages of research further our understanding of anatomy, physiology and how biological processes interact (among other things).  

These exploratory stages are often in vitro (petri dishes). They give us an understanding of how organisms function and if a new idea might have success. If it shows promise, that line of research can move out of the relatively inexpensive petri dish to more complex studies.  

Each type of study has a purpose and a role within the larger picture, and the entire process is hugely expensive. The studies mentioned in Dr Gerber's book were organized and conducted by universities, which is understandable as healers may not have the funds or the knowledge to set up a study that achieves (measures) what what it sets out to do. 

Dr Gerber's book is fascinating. It goes through research done in labs on cell division, detailing how electric impulses are involved in a range of biological processes, before discussing separate studies where psychic healing was seen to have a similar effect to magnetic waves. The inner layers of the Aura have been detected as an energetic template; Dr Gerber's theory is that vibrational healing then flows to the physical body.  

Taking Belief Out of the Equation: 

The book is fantastic but it takes time to digest. Below are three studies that I found to be very interesting - all done done on animals and humans. Dr Gerber presents these in the book, as well as research that gives us an understanding of how psychic healing might have this type of effect on living organisms. 

1)  In one experiment researchers performed surgery on mice and measured their surgical wounds afterwards. One group of mice received psychic healing, one group a placebo (warmth to simulate the healer's hands) and a third control group. The mice that received psychic healing recovered before the others with the difference being statistically significant. Dr Gerber then explores laboratory studies on the effect that psychic healing has on cell enzymes as a potential explanation for this.  

2) This one I struggled with because thyroid tumours were induced in mice. Three groups of mice were exposed either to psychic healing, placebo or control. Delayed tumour growth was seen in the group of mice that received psychic healing. It didn't make their tumours disappear however, and once again Dr Gerber reinforces the fact that psychic healing is complementary to medical care, not alternative. The results are said to be statistically significant, but the book doesn't go into the details. 

>>> Despite these findings the researchers were unable to detect a magnetic field emanating from the Healer's hands. The studies mentioned were carried out by Dr Grad at McGill University and Dr Justa Smith at Rosemary Hill College. The same psychic healer participated in both studies, which brings up the question below ...  

Both of the above mentioned studies involved the same person giving psychic healing. Based on my own experience, a person's health, stress levels, meditation practice and diet influence their ability to channel healing. To create a controlled study on a large scale, I wonder if participating Energy Healers would need similar backgrounds and lifestyles?  

3) The study that I found most intriguing reported increased haemoglobin levels in human patients who received energy healing from nurses. As far as I understand, haemoglobin relates to the amount of oxygen that is available to our cells, which in turn relates to how energized or tired we feel. This got me thinking about my experience as a complementary therapist with cancer patients; one of the feedbacks I receive most often is their feeling less tired after an energy healing session. I had attributed it to relaxing, letting go of stress or sleeping soundly. The haemoglobin study was carried out by Dr Dolores Krieger, who at the time, was a professor of nursing at New York University. 

Energy healing is complementary to medical care, not alternative. In instances where a family member or friend was diagnosed with cancer, the focus has been to support them through surgery, chemo, radiation and other treatments. We can support those we love in many ways; energy healing is one of them (details here). 

If you are an energy healer I would recommend reading Vibrational Medicine by Dr Richard Gerber. It also covers spiritual themes such as the Higher Self and how that part of our being relates to the outer layers of the Aura and the upper Chakras. It is not an easy book to read - loaded with information much like a text book - but I am glad to have found it. 

Reiki hugs! 




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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 




Thursday, December 3, 2020

Soul-Healing with Archangel Raziel

Archangel Raziel is one of the angels that I connect with most often. He resonates with the planet Uranus - insight, illumination and cosmic connection - and as an Aquarius, I love that vibe. Like most of the archangels, his name comes from Hebrew. We can get a sense of what an angel represents by studying the letters in their name: Resh (R), Zayin (Z) and Yud (i) with El referencing the role that angels play as messengers of Light. 

In Kabbalah, Hebrew letters have a number, a meaning, and an energy signature. They are also said to be conduits of energy and according to the Sefer Yetzirah, visualizing the letters as black fire against brilliant white light activates them in the physical world*. The Hebrew letter Resh brings Peace, Zayin is a blade that cuts through illusions of fear or confusion, and the Yud represents the spark of divine light that resides in all of us. 


Archangel Raziel guides us in soul-healing and symbolism, especially where past lives, family lines and unconscious attitudes are concerned. Natal Astrology paints a wonderful roadmap; One of the things I learned in Demian Allan's class at The College of Psychic Studies is that past life theories about the North & South Nodes often mirror what happened to previous generations in our family. We can think about what our parents and grandparents went through and how their experiences influence our beliefs and attitudes. This is much easier to put into context in our lives, although past life healings can be powerful too. 

If we call on him before studying our natal charts, Archangel Raziel can help us spot unconscious patterns, conflicts and also talents that we can tap into. As discussed in a guest post with Dark Pixie Astrology: 'My Shadow is Somebody Else's Light" - we find our hidden treasures by working with shadow astrology. Raziel can help us pull back the veil in a safe and loving environment, while filling us with peace. 

Let's Meet Archangel Raziel

As the archangel of mystics and cosmic information, Archangel Raziel's range of themes is pretty wide. Ideally we'd begin by connecting with some of the more grounded angels, such as Archangel Michael and Raphael, before venturing up towards the more mystical angels. 

In the coming weeks I will share a guided meditation with Archangel Raziel on Instagram Live. In the meantime please begin with an Earth Star Meditation to connect with Mother Nature. This gives us much needed grounding before reaching for the stars with Raziel.

Reiki hugs, 


* I'm reading the annotated translation of the Sefer Yetzirah by Aryeh Kaplan.  


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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 



Thursday, November 12, 2020

Is there a Goddess of Music?

Intuitive meditations are similar to dream analysis; we receive messages as clairvoyant images, sounds, scents and then interpret it when we are done. Sometimes the message comes to life completely in one session, but often it builds with time. In school, when we were doing psychic readings for another person we'd ask for their visuals and discuss it with them at the end๐Ÿ’

Earlier this year I signed up for a zoom class at The College of Psychic Studies, my former psychic school. One of my classmates, Liesl Duffy, now teaches there. It has been so much fun to be back in the student seat. We have been connecting with different archangels every week - some of which I had never heard of, such as the angels of blessings and heart prosperity

The weekly theme is always a surprise. Last month, I finally understood music that I had hearing for almost two years my personal meditations. Liesl told us that we would be connecting with a goddess and the meditation consisted of a journey to a temple where we would meet her. We would find out who she was once we arrived, not before.

Everything that I describe below came to me during the intuitive meditation, without any music playing and little description. 

From the outset I heard songs running through my mind. It felt (more than sounded) like a feminine voice ringing out from the jungle on our way into the temple. I am from Mexico and love the Pacific coast, hence the jungle. The clairaudient meditations that I have had the past few years have been similar - a powerful female voice echoing my words - but she has what feels like limitless reach. I will often get clips of music videos that I like too.

As we continued through the meditation, we were guided to approach a temple. The teacher who facilitates the class doesn't give many details and this leaves space for our intuition to fill in the blanks. I kept hearing music, often Shakira's DARE or Katy Perry's ROAR. Every now and then I heard snippets of Rihanna's "What's my name" with a variation on the lyrics, so that it went: INNANA, WHAT'S MY NAME. Then back to Roar. 

I also got the impression that we could only enter if we danced our way in. All along the path there were people dancing - almost like they were listening to a cosmic concert. I am not much a dancer (but I do love music) so I was relieved to be the only witness to this meditation lol. 

When we finally made it into the temple, Liesl told us that we were there to connect with an ancient goddess known as Innana. I had connected with her intuitively in the past, usually a passing thought, but hadn't made a link between her and the music. Innana was a fierce Sumerian goddess, looking after love, beauty, war, justice and political power. 

In the past, when I have asked why this goddess is relevant for me, the word ASTARTE came to mind; the name used for Innana in the part of the world from which the Lebanese side of my family hails. Not entirely sure what it means, and Innana rings a bell more than Astarte does, but the musical vibration feels amazing. In previous posts I have written about manifesting with music, I believe this goddess amplifies the effect. We can connect with that beautiful energy.

As far as history is concerned, there was a religious following of Innana thousands of years ago. It is likely the beliefs and practices were reflective of Sumerian culture at the time, and might not be applicable now. I don't know much about it as the meditations at the College are experiential in nature, focused on healing and personal development. The meditation was freeing, full of life and reflective of Katy Perry's Roar or Shakira's Dare. Just what I needed lol. 

When class was wrapping up the teacher mentioned Rihanna's What's My Name (Innana) and talked about that feminine energy expressing itself through music, with confidence. This kind of  synchronicity is common in meditations as we are all tuned into the same current of energy.


Please join me on IGTV for guided meditations. We will be focusing on energy healing, angels and crystals but who knows what else is in store! Find me on Instagram: @reginachouza 

The first meditation is ready HERE

Reiki hugs, 



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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 



Thursday, November 5, 2020

ASTROLOGY OF MARS: Be Your Best Competitive and Collaborative Self

Today I would like to talk about meditating to connect with the planets in our solar system. It is similar to connecting with Mother Earth; each of the planets and fixed stars relates to a quality that we can heal and integrate. Venus relates to frienship, love and beauty; Mercury to how we think and communicate ourselves. As the planet of War, Mars helps us deal with issues around competition, strength and confidence. 

In his book, The Healing Touch, William Rand says that fear of competition creates more problems for the Reiki world than competition itself. Even if we think of ourselves as light workers, in the real world, we often act out of defensiveness or insecurity when someone moves into our sphere of influence. True for Reiki, also true for the yoga/wellness/healing worlds. If we don't acknowledge those feelings, eventually everyone loses. 

The past six years I have been teaching and practicing healing in Mexico City, and while the experience has been pretty much amazing to say the least, there have been moments where feathers were ruffled and boats were rocked. I thought I had cleared most of my foibles and insecurities - even some discomfort for touching on broad topics that other healers focused on. Some of it lingered; I have been thinking about the things that I may have done wrong, but also the times when I made myself a little bit smaller to avoid rocking the boat...

One day I felt guided to do a healing meditation with the planet Mars, wanting to fill myself with courage, confidence and integrating the healthy aspects of the red planet; this inevitably means taking a close look at the unhealthy Martian aspects that play out in our personal lives. As always I began by grounding myself and bringing down a ray of starlight from above, before sending a beam of light from my Heart Chakra to Mars (visible in the night sky!). I asked forgiveness and healing in instances where I was not as transparent, assertive or communicative as I would have liked to be, while forgiving others for their actions too.  

I was then prompted to make a list of anyone I might view as a competitor - whether it was another teacher, energy healer, author or practitioners of other healing modalities. What came to mind next was an interview where a campaigning politician was asked to name one good thing their opponent had done while in office; she replied saying "not a one". I was disappointed by that answer and while she was probably avoiding a self-defeating soundbite, we have to be capable of witnessing other people's strengths and triumphs. 

At this point I went back to the list of so-called competitors and wrote at least one thing they did extremely well: Some are fab at Instagram videos, others captivate the room with their sense of humor, still others simplify complex topics making them easily digestible. I realised we each triumph in our unique way; what I wound up seeing clairvoyantly was a diamond that was full of light, with each of us on a different facet. The meditative exercise ended with me making a list of three things that I did well and how I fit into the whole. 

This resonates with my experience so far: collaboration is fun and enriching for everyone when we play to each other's strengths

The energy healing was fantastic and I felt like a different person. Since then I've been connecting with Mars and with Archangel Tystiel, who I recently met in an angel meditation class at The College of Psychic Studies (led by Liesl Duffy). He is one of the archangels that relates to Mars, helping us find our footing, our courage and our gamesmanship. Archangel Chamuel is also linked with Mars - as the angel of unconditional love, Chamuel brings relief to situations where we feel like we have been in an uphill battle for months. 

Reiki hugs, 


>> Want to know more? Chakra Healing & Magick guides us through the steps to awaken our inner healer. Find it in the Bookstore HERE. We can use these skills to connect with the angels and the planets.   


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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 



Monday, October 5, 2020

Sekhmet: The Lioness of Ancient Egypt

The past few weeks I have had emails from friends who were surprised during psychic meditations - basically, they felt an energy come through and after Googling it, discovered that what they felt was one of the deities from Ancient Egypt. I had a similar experience about a year ago. Before then my interest in ancient myths had focused on the Greek side, thanks to my first tarot deck

In my case, I felt a rush of water through my energy field during a Reiki meditation, like I was being hosed down. When I asked 'what is this?', the impressions that came to mind were 'river god-dess' and 'happy' - followed up immediately by a mental picture of a character on the TV show Scorpion whose name is Happy. I assumed it might be a river goddess of Japanese origin, because Reiki comes from Japan. As soon as I was done with the intuitive meditation I googled the terms "Asian river goddesses" and came up empty handed - no female river deities and none called Happy. I thought it must have been my imagination that got in the way.

A few days later I went back to Google, searching for "Happy" and "River God" without mentioning Japan and leaving out the feminine aspect. What came up was a lesser-known Egyptian river god known as Hapi. I was flabbergasted. He looked after the flooding of the Nile, which in turn assured enough water for crops to grow, but not so much that it would drown them out. 

But more than that, Hapi looked after a specific part of the Nile, near a town called Philae. This floored me because fifteen years ago, before I was into energy healing or psychic meditations, I actually went to Philae and immediately thought "I lived here in another life" - I didn't want to leave. Alas, I was there on a cruise and dragged myself away after 45 minutes. The archeological site was dedicated to Isis and Osiris with no mention of the river god Hapi. 

Since then I have been reading up on Ancient Egypt and discovered a sun goddess who looked after healing, plagues, medicine and destruction (the kind that removes obstacles). The warrior goddess Sekhmet is often depicted with a lion's head on a female body. Her energy is necessary now with everything that is going on in the world. I thought it would be nice if we went outside, grounded ourselves and felt a ray of light flow from the Sun to our Heart Chakras, intending for it to clear away all fear and doubt. Let that fiery sunlight radiate through your body and Aura. 

The clairvoyant meditations that I have shared in the past can be used to connect with angels and guides. We can also set the intention to connect with higher vibrational beings such as bodhisatvas and goddesses, though in my experience, they choose us and not the other way around. In either case, I hope you enjoy connecting with Hapi and Sekhmet.  

Begin by grounding yourself and shielding your meditation space, this brings about clarity. Grounding also gives us the foundations to reach for the stars, figuratively speaking. You'll find the steps in Chakra Healing & Magick, the first chapter is available as a gift HERE. We could all use some energy healing - and Sekhmet's connection with courage and the sun's warrior energy. 

Reiki hugs, 



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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 


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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Freedom from Hopes & Fears

The past month I have given myself lots of energy healing, focusing on patterns that I need to release as I move forward with post-pandemic life (someday far far away). One of the things that comes up a lot in healing sessions is releasing fears and anxieties, as they box us in. For example, fear of failure might keep us from taking the initiative in our daily lives.

What I hadn't thought of, was that releasing Hope is as important as releasing Fear. Hope is a wonderful, abstract quality to have, but hoping something specific will happen can be as sticky as wishing that one of our fears will not come true. Hopes and fears also get in the way of our Intuition, making it harder for us to receive clear guidance from above. 

When it comes to different types of intuitive readings, our hopes and fears are most likely to hijack tarot readings. Our initial response to the cards is easily influenced by our state of mind. Whether we use tarot to predict the future, or better yet, to heal ourselves by shining a light on the unconscious; I find it helpful to clear my Aura before each session. You can do this by grounding yourself and visualizing a stream of violet light running through your Aura, into the ground. This releases confusing thoughts and emotions before we access our intuition  ๐Ÿ’—

Letting go of hope may sound depressing, but releasing attachments opens us up to receive more than we asked for - an essential step in learning to trust the flow of life. This happened organically when I began to focus energy healing sessions on releasing fear, the source of our attachment to specific outcomes. Not quite there yet but I'm working on it. 

Share your thoughts below! And if you'd like to know more about energy healing, intuition, and tarot as a doorway to your inner guide and healer, read Chakra Healing & Magick HERE

Reiki hugs, 



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 angels, tarot and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as an Energy Healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Blogging since 2010, Regina's passion is bringing the qualities of love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuits. 


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