One of Canada's many amazing Psychic Mediums
Located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with over 30 years experience of working with those who need insight, possible solutions and support - Please note I've transitioned to serving the public by phone since June 30, 2019 to best serve my family and clients
AuKeeRa is unique in the way that her psychic and intuitive abilities translate into the gifts of being clairvoyant (one with power to perceive beyond the natural senses) as well as a medium (able to speak to those who have passed).
She is like talking to a good friend who has known you your whole life. The Universe also provides solutions through her to aid you to work through the hard situations you may be in. She is truly something else and I highly recommend her.
Although she holds no formal psychology, sociology or psychiatry degrees, her insight into the human mind, behaviors and perceptions are astonishing. She simplifies so many things for me and always give me a new perception on my situation. When I leave I feel like I can handle it along with anything else that may come my way.
I have had many readings but never with the amount of information I get from her. I appreciate her deeply especially the fact that she tells me over and over "You don't really need me." I love going to her I only wish I could see her more. I feel so wonderful when I leave her home.
I have found myself sometimes frustrated with her readings. She does tell it like it is and even though I appreciate her insight, it is hard to hear the truth sometimes. I appreciate her supportive manner and the fact that she tapes the reading. I found that as time passed I could see why she said what she did, I am glad I went. This time of change was hard for me, but it was nice to have her (and what she sees) on my side.
I have lost people I love. I know AuKeeRa tells me I can talk to them myself but I love the way her face lights up or tears come to her eyes when she is talking to those I love. I can feel them so close to me. She is such a gift to my life, and my heart.
AuKeeRa's insight to help to bring forward why I make the decisions I do in all aspects of my life is astounding! Her direct approach may be tough to acknowledge although in the end clarity has always been the result! I cannot recommend her enough!
Many people suffer depression and or anxiety caused by different situations bringing them to feel there is no hope when there is. When this happens to you, you MUST be proactive on your own care. I personally understand how there feels to have no where to turn. I need you to hold on, understand there are solutions, call your family doctor, seek psychiatric care and I get it, you are private and you'd prefer no one to know, no one has to know. Make sure you when you reach out for help, you navigate your narrative to allow your professional to aid you. It is great to have a psychiatrist on your side then follow up with a psychologist and/or counseling, keep your family doctor in the loop.
Find a way to add in the coping skills you need to weather this storm (and storms on the horizon) rather than trying to bury your feelings, just get over it, let it go or 'fix' you. Sometimes we aren't happy, we just aren't.
Yes, sometimes medication is needed for a short time to aid us over the humps. If you are feeling hopeless, scared, lost and/or sad, find a friend and go for coffee talk about things that make you laugh perhaps. Journal out how you feel, write, not with an agenda of what needs to be written, deciding how it needs to be written down or deciding it's not worth writing, just scribble it out, by hand, all of it, then burn it or keep it, but don't go back and reread it. Think of your journal like a garbage can for the things you just need to get out of your head.
Give yourself permission to treat yourself as you would a good friend. Most of all learn how to cope by taking some classes, (ask your doctor for mental health free class availability) perhaps you may need some in patient time to attend anger management and coping classes in a safe place. Our society is very much lacking the skills needed to cope with daily life, so seek out these solutions. Not where you are told to fix you, that you need to 'work on you', 'evolve' or other things that will only bring more of a feeling of desperation and helplessness, find that which allows you to feel safe so you can rest, knowing your goal is to get up stronger when you are ready.
The idea is to realize we can have more than one train of thought to counter balance the heaviness or fear we are feeling.
Every day can be a bad day and every day can be a good day, we need to give ourselves permission to feel down or sad and know it is okay and it will pass, sometimes we are just sad (I use the term melancholy) and sometimes we are sad for long times, especially when we are grieving a loss of a loved one, a change in our own health, end of a relationship or profession, it's sometime hard to realize these changes do not mean our life is over.
We need to be aware it is simple action of also noticing the happy too.
With the loved one you lost, smile while you cry and remember their life. Your mourning is valuable, you are allowed to remember their life as you heavily grieve their loss.
With grieving change, you will find you need to find comfort in simple things to allow you to feel as if you are floating on water rather than drowning in it. Enacting the senses are a wonderful and simple way to bring a counter balance and add in another thing to focus on while we carry our anxiety about the future and our sadness of loss. Make your list of ten things that you can quickly refer too, favorite color to see, favorite smell, favorite meal to cook, favorite song (one sad, one power song and maybe one that makes you smile), favorite movie (one to make you laugh, one to make you cry), favorite Pjs, favorite place outdoors to sit and enjoy nature. Things like that. Sometimes the act of driving to pick up a cup of tea or coffee, then driving out of the city is enough to support ourselves and aid our coping. Sometimes simply getting up, changing into other pjs and moving rooms, then watching a movie, is the perfect support. One thing though we both know that isn't supportive is cruising social media or staying on line. Our brains are already so full. Give yourself permission to put the phone/device down from things that are increasing your stress, anxiety, grief or depression.
You are not broken, you are always doing your best, and you are enough, be proud, see yourself, and your life, as enough.
You hold the answers and it is worth taking the time to work with you.
You can cope with daily sadness, anxiety and pain, without always feeling that you are suffering in silence, feeling like you are always complaining or feeling hopeless and alone, and possibly contemplating suicide.
We all can be victimized in life, although we are not victims in our lives.
Always reach out to others, ask for help,
Be a friend to you, help you help yourself.
You are worth it.