Aloha, my name is Noelani Rodriguez, I am a Psychic in Portland, Oregon for many years. Here are some of the reviews people have written about my work:
Yelp: “I emailed Noelani a question and she sent me a long detailed reading that included aspects of my life that are not common knowledge. I will definitely use her again. An email reading is affordable and worth every penny!”
Google Places: I was truly amazed at the in depth reading I received.! You can tell by Neolanis accuracy and clarity of her readings that she is a very competent and genuine psychic with much insight. Thank you!
Yahoo: “Noelani – Thanks so much for your readings and assistance over the years. Your psychic readings have been quite accurate and are amazing! “
Contact info: Noelani Rodriguez, 503-967-7018
How to Communicate with Animals
Everybody wants to communicate with animals right? Sometimes they have something want, or they are sad about something. Sometimes they know something is happening before we do!
I was very surprised a long time ago before I became a psychic and I was still in “psychic school.” I found that while I was falling asleep with my 85 lb. boxer dog one day, that he was receiving visual pictures from another dog that had just left my house and was driving away!
I could see the dog saying, “and this is where we live (picture),” “… and this is where he have a horse out in the country (picture). I feel and see my dog responding, kind of like a big guy would. “Uh-huh.” Soon I had a feeling he wanted to get up and go outside to relieve himself. He sure did get up and start to whine as if he wanted to be let out! In other words, I was “listening” to two animals communicating with each other and my dog communicating telepathically also.
Animals like to communicate with pictures. One Animal Communicator, the great Linda Tellington, can actually tell a dog to sit and stand and do things just using her mind! She is a fabulous Animal Communicator that has written 20 books. Her grandfather could communicate with horses.
So how do we communicate with the animals? Here are three ways:
Clairvoyance (seeing pictures) – Psychic communication takes practice, and sometimes you can start with your eyes closed to see and sense pictures of information. Just ask divine guidance of unconditional love if it will tell a story of what’s happening with the animal. One time I “saw” with my second sight that a depressed pug was looking straight at another pug that had just died four months before. The departed pug had come to visit! The pug that was still living was depressed. With this information we did some soulful communicating with the pug that she still had family, gave her a nice meal, a nice walk and she started feeling better.
Clairaudience (hearing words) – Even though animals don’t speak words, our spirit interprets information into words sometimes. You might hear something like “I need to go outside.” “I don’t like my food.”
Clairsentience (feeling what the animal is feeling) – This is great for healing. One time I sensed a blockage in the digestive system of an animal that seemed to be dying. I was able to do hands on healing and also a little massage and she got better over night.
Practice makes perfect. You can practice on your friends before practicing with animals since human friends can give more feedback. Trying to see, hear or sense something about your friend and how they are feeling and ask them to tell you if anything is accurate. It often is!
Don’t assume you can’t be psychic or communicate with animals because you can. Just like religious texts say, if we have love in our heart, we get spiritual gifts activated. Everyone can get a “hunch” or “feeling” in their intuiition and with a little practice your intuition can help you tune into animals. Much love!
Noelani Rodriguez ( http://NoelaniRodriguez.com ) is a Psychic and Author that loves to communicate with animals in Portland, Hawaii and worldwide!
Someone recently asked, do you do “Psychic Healing?” I want to clarify for folks, what the term Psychic Healing means.
What happens when you call spiritual energy for anything, including:
manifesting or prayer
This is what usually happens:
you call on your Higher Self or your Higher Power
you ask for something to happen like a reading or healing
you open up to receive spiritual readings or healings
So a Psychic Healer is going to be able to call for both Psychic Reading and a Psychic Healing to take place.
I have clients that just want a psychic reading. For instance, one client asked about why she had more anxiety than usual lately, and we talked about some old patterns she had in her relationships. This is a psychic reading, where we get spiritual messages and insights to a situation.
I had another client that had a hysterectomy recently. There we want both psychic reading and psychic healing. You can ask for, and receive both a psychic reading and a healing! Sometime the healings are miraculous!
Psychic Healing that Heals with Insight
One woman told me she wanted a psychic healing – she had a distended ovary that might burst. She had it for four years.
I told her I saw a “wedding ring” in her ovary. She made the connection that both her mother and grandmother had married for stability instead of love. She was afraid she was going to do the same thing. Both her grandmother and mother had had a distended ovary that burst. In energy physiology, the right ovary is symbolic about love matters and choices she is making about that. The right ovary is where my client had the trouble.
Once she made the connection she could marry an old flame, and marry for love instead, we both felt a giant “whoosh” going from her right to left ovary. Her right ovary was healed! She never had the problem again, and she flew off to with her sweetheart in Hawaii.
Psychic healing, sometimes called Psychic Energy Healing, can have profound effects of bringing insight to a situation but also physical healing as well!
Interesting in Long Island Medium? My name is Noelani Rodriguez, I am a Phone Psychic for many years. Here are some of the reviews people have written about my work:
Yelp: “I was given accurate and validating information. I emailed Noelani a question and she sent me a long detailed reading that included aspects of my life that are not common knowledge. I will definitely use her again. An email reading is affordable and worth every penny!”
Google Places: I was truly amazed at the in depth reading I receive.! You can tell by Neolanis accuracy and clarity of her readings that she is a very competent and genuine psychic with much insight. Thank you!
Yahoo: “Noelani – Thanks so much for your readings and assistance over the years. Your psychic readings have been quite accurate and are amazing! “
Contact info: Noelani Rodriguez, 503-867-8439
Long Island Medium | Mediumship
I thought it would be fun to share with you about how Psychic medium Theresa Caputo–better known as Long Island Medium, does her readings.
I am a new fan of her show, and thought this might be a fun topic as you begin your week. Here are some things that help her, and that can help you, connect with departed loved ones.
Interest – Just like with all intuitive sessions, when you are interested in connecting with Spirit, it connects with you. When you are passionate about talking to departed loved ones, they come. I knew a friend that was so interested in talking to departed loved ones that she made them all line up single file, and she would invite them into a “tube of light.” She was a medium. Theresa is obviously “interested” in talking to departed loved ones. I am a general reader that does some mediumship but a medium talks to departed loved ones almost exclusively, as a very special passion.
Clairvoyance or Clairaudience – I’m clairvoyant and so is Caputo. In People magazine she said, ‘she simply clears her mind, pushing her own thoughts aside and that’s when the spirit fills her mind with ideas, symbols and messages, usually in the form of a “filmstrip.” ‘ When you see a “movie” you’re clairvoyant. When you hear an auditory you’re clairaudient. Everyone is a bit of both and Caputo does use clairaudience also. Most intuitives that invite “spirit guides” can have clairaudient conversations. Spirit guides are great for “audio.”
Practice gallery readings for extra skill – Mediums often practice reading for groups. After a while this makes them good at handling a whole group reading. If you like you can get together with your friends and try this. James Van Praagh attended a peer group to practice mediumship for many years. You can tell Theresa Caputo has gotten some gallery practice, she makes reading for groups look easy, and fun! Reading for groups takes some humility and some confidence at the same time. Also, it takes what Carlos Casteneda calls “second attention;” you learn to “sense” spirit without having to close your eyes and do deep meditation.
Noelani Rodriguez is a Phone Psychic and Psychic Trainer – she is a fan of Long Island Medium.
Life, Death and Deathlessness | Interview with Rashani , Expert on Grief |Rashani.Com
Known for her councils and retreats, as well as her concerts and international best-selling greeting cards, Rashani was an assistant to Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in the 1980’s and her home became the first Elizabeth Kubler-Ross center in France. Death and Deathlessness have been an ongoing koan in Rashani’s life since childhood and she has been a grief counselor for nearly thirty years. She has designed more than 350 greeting cards and 57 card decks with quotations by many inspired mystics, mentors, teachers and poets. She sang for Thich Nhat Hanh’s retreats and public dharma talks from the late 80’s until the mid-90’s and was initiated into his order. She has offered concerts, councils and retreats throughout the world during the last thirty years. She’s also a builder, gardener and founder of three retreat centers. She’s know the world over for her sage advice and leading retreats including spiritual retreats, Buddhist, shamanic and grief retreats throughout the year at a oceanview sanctuary near South Point on the Big Island of Hawai’i. Today we talk about Life, Death and Deathlessness.
NR: Aloha from the Big Island of Hawaii! (Everyone) Have you ever thought about death and dying? Many of us can think of someone in bereavement. Perhaps they are dying themselves.
In my travels I’m fortunate to bump into Rashani Rea, considered a worldwide expert on griefwork, death and dying. Her upcoming retreat at the end of this month, April 2012, is Life, Death and Deathlessness, and I can tell you that being a person that hasn’t gone through loss myself, I still have learned so much from her.
One of the things I’ve learned from her is that the human spirit is “invincible.” Can you tell me more Rashani?
NR: I’ve been looking at your book “Beyond Brokenness” and the beautiful poem that started that out, and it’s got me thinking how there is something soulful about us that is just about unbreakable, something that we discover through grief.
RR: Well we discover many ways…but grief is the quick route, because it breaks down all the armoring that we’ve acquired in our lifetime, and there is something very wonderful being with grieving people because there’s not alot of pretense left. They are rendered naked in such a beautiful way and all that is left is a very tender heart that is so grateful to be alive. So grief is actually a wonderful thing.
NR: Wow, and I’ve been loving talking to you about Buddhist values like mindfulness, and putting everything including grief, especially grief, and into the heart and being compassionate with it all, it seems to expand a person’s awareness. I’m a beginner at Buddhism but I’ve been really enjoying my time here, it’s almost like my perspective has expanded to watch my thoughts more. Is that something people learn here? You’ve done a lot with Thich Nhat Hanh, being a musician for him and being initated into his order…do you have something to say about this mindfulness?
RR: What I would say is I would hope to be a beginner myself. Regardless of our initiations and our credentials and our experience, the most important thing is can we begin each day with what we call beginner’s mind, that really means with a clean slate. Can we come to each moment without our baggage, our preconceptions. That’s really the most poignant path, although there is no path really, it’s a pathless journey. But can we come innocently and freely to every moment, and that is an important part of being here, at my sanctuary, meeting every day in that way.
NR: You like to say we are most powerful in the present moment.
NR: I want to say something about Rashani’s remarkable gifts including that she’s been teaching for 35 years including running an Elizabeth Kubler Ross center in France. She actually came to me in an apparition even before I formally met her and she actually healed me of some anxiety and old stuff that I didn’t really know I was carrying around (laughs) and I can’t emphasize enough that while her reputation precedes her she is really something to meet.
The land near the South Point where she runs retreats is a power spot, that it is atop an old Hawaiian village, is that right, and the southernmost retreat in the United States. I think that is part of what is available here. I think this power, I don’t think Rashani would go around bragging that she is a remarkable healer, but a combination of her healing gifts and the space here is incredible. Can you say more about the space here?
RR: Well, there are fields of energy, morphogenetic fields of energy on this island. Many of them, and we’re blessed enough in order to live in one of these fields of energy. So the transformation that occurs here is phenomenal. I suppose some people would call it miraculous, I have come to see it as very ordinary. It returns us to our ordinary state which is our birthright–to be free and have a liberation that is unconditioned, not simply a conditioned liberation, but one that is not dependent on circumstance. So yes it’s very powerful, I certainly wouldn’t and couldn’t ever take credit for that. I do believe energies are moving deep within the earth and in all of the elemental forces and we’re here to hold space for that.
NR: Cool. One of the things I’ve been learning from you is a version of mindfulness I call it “heartfulness,” it’s making my thoughts softer and feeling my heart enfold them with the compassion that seems to then spread out to other people and the whole world, and it is a good place for heart awakening. You have this “Life, Death and Deathlessness” retreat that gives hope in the title, can you say more about what’s coming at the end of the month. Can you say more? It’s a weekend retreat. The dates are…
RR: It’s actually three days–the 27th, 28th and 29th of April. I’m also doing some one day retreats in Bellingham WA and the Bay Area in June and July. I was inspired to offer this because a friend of mine contacted me on Facebook saying she had experienced several deaths recently, and some of them were suicides. While I was in New Zealand last month I also encountered several people whose loved ones had commited suicide. And then I was talking to a friend in Washington who shared with me that told that there were four suicides in Bellingham WA, so I began to see that this is happening everywhere.
If we don’t have a story about suicide or death it is simply an occurrence. It’s not the death but the stories we tell about it that can hurt the most. Because I’ve had quite a few deaths in my family including very close friends, I feel able really to be with people and encourage them to embrace life and death and what I call “deathlessness,” and that is the eternal part of this being that is never born and will never die. So I think its important to remember that unconditioned state while we are going through the conditioned experience of birth and death and to also remember there is something much greater than either birth or death.
It’s not only for people who have lost loved ones, but it’s those small everyday deaths that we’re dealing with, loss of identity, loss of relationships, groundedness, there are so many ways that we are being invited to die every day of our life. So I’m quite certain that the people that are drawn to this know what I’m talking about. There are these small deaths that ultimately prepare us for our ultimate departure from this earth plane so we might as well master death while we have time to do that.
NR: And I notice that even a living person that has time can look at their life, look back on their life. It is almost like we’re all in a relative stage of looking back and seeing what’s occurred and making peace with it. So I really love what I’ve been learning from you so far–any other words about the retreat and what’s in store? I know you have a gorgeous ocean view and a goddess temple–I really got a kick out of seeing that–anything for the people that are possibly interested in doing a grief retreat in Hawaii with Rashani?
RR: Well it’s going to be an international retreat so far, there is a woman coming from New Zealand, there’s another coming from California. Other people are calling in. It is a limited space…I can house 10 maximum. I would say if you are interested please call me or email me, if you have any specific questions I’m very happy to answer those.
NR: Yeah! They can go to Rashani.com and find out more. Thank you so much Rashani–I’ve been learning alot from you, preparing me for a stronger, better self in the future. Thank you so much for sharing today.
RR: You’re so welcome.
Spiritual, Shamanic, Buddhist and Grief Retreats in Hawaii and Bereavement Counseling are available from Rashani Rea, the Author of Beyond Brokenness and a Grief Counselor for several decades. More info is available here at http://www.Rashani.com or call 808-929-8043.