May 26, 2020

Journey Through the Tarot

Yay! I have finally published my thesis from 2014 - Journey Through the Tarot: An Integrated System for Holistic Health.

A comparison of the traditional Rider-Waite deck to modern day decks demonstrate how the Tarot can act as an integrated tool for holistic health through the use of archetype, symbol, and allegory.

Tarot readings provide a wealth of information and insight to both the lay person and the professional reader. Each card has the capacity to activate wisdom for personal growth and transformation. It is based on a system hat is easy to learn and can be immediately beneficial for healing in a number of levels: physical, emotional, energetic, intellectual, and spiritual.

This book presents a brief history of the Tarot, an explanation of how information is gained from the cards, and an depth examination of both the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana in terms of their element, numerology and potential for holistic healing.

I'm excited to share these nuggets of esoteric information and hope that you enjoy, savor, and relish this sampling of the Tarot!

Blessed Be!

May 5, 2020

F is for Family!

I have a new grand-daughter! In her honor I made my second children's book, a special ABC to celebrate alternative, extended, blended, and birth families! Full of nonsense verse and lovingly illuminated, now available on Amazon.

A Sampling:

Welcome to the world, Katherine,
How wonderful you will be!
Because you are the blossom,
Of the most amazing family tree!

K is for Aunt Katie, 
Who Knows that kooky kangaroos,
Only eat kiwis in Kansas,

Never key-lime pie.

Q is for Quebec,
Where it is considered quite quaint,
To quaff quinces quietly,
With the quality queen.

U is for Uncle Charlie and Uncle Chip,
Who ultimately understood,
That upside down umbrellas,
Are useless against unicorns.

With lots of branches,
And as you will see,
A few grafts on the vine,
Helped to create
your unique family ABC’s!

Blessed Be!

April 14, 2020

Rambling Rose News

Hello from Kayla! How are you handling this stressful time? Remember, we're all in this together. I am available for both phone and video conferencing. This includes:

  • Distance Healing with Reiki for deep relaxation, Chakra balancing, and guided meditation
  • Tarot readings to experience insights during this time of immense change
  • Astrology readings - Birth Charts, Transits, and Relationship Charts
  • Mindfulness Coaching for personal growth and transformation
  • Hypnotherapy for stress management and relieving anxiety
Simply click here to book your appointment online. Feel free to text or message me if you do not see a time that works for you.

Stay safe, sane, and sanitized!
Blessed be,

PS Check out my new daily Mini Mindfulness Meditations at!

April 2, 2020

Wash Your Hands!

I really miss volunteering for Toddler Hour down at the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary Center. So I made up this little song to sing when our program starts again. Feel free to join in, and remember, spread the love, not the virus!

Stay safe, sane, and sanitized!

March 23, 2020

Tips to Stay Healthy / COVID-19 by Dr. Elizabeth Quinn

Dr. Elizabeth QuinnSanta Cruz Activator Chiropractor (831) 476-2168: Tips to Stay Healthy / COVID-19:

Tips to Stay Healthy / COVID-19

Include ORGANIC, UNREFINED COCONUT OIL in your diet---coconut oil is loaded with lauric acid, which is effective against viruses, as well as being anti-bacterial. Use it when sauteing vegetables, put it in your coffee or tea, use it in soups or stews.

QUERCETIN is a plant pigment that is an antioxidant, & it has anti-viral properties. The best way to get it is to eat foods high in quercetin. Foods high in quercetin include:
Red Onions—BEST source
Organic apples, grapes, and tomatoes
Dark berries like cherries, blueberries, and blackberries
Taragon, chives, coriander, and dill
Spinach and kale 

 AVOID SUGAR in all forms. Sugar suppresses our immune system.
---The amount of sugar in one soft drink suppresses immune function for up to 12  hours.
 ---There is a 50% decrease in the effectiveness of your white blood cells to fight  infection for up to 4 hours after eating just 2 teaspoons of sugar.
---Read labels; divide the number of grams of sugar by 4 to tell how many  teaspoons of sugar a product contains.

VITAMIN D is a key nutrient for supporting immune function. Your body makes Vit D  when you’re exposed to natural sunlight, so try to spend some time outdoors. You can  supplement with Vit D---4,000 or 5,000 iu (international units) is recommended per day. Have your Vit D status checked if possible, and in the meantime get it in foods rich in Vit D, such as fatty fish (tuna, salmon, herring, sardines, mackerel), egg yolks, and mushrooms.