Tuesday, November 5, 2013

I just got off of a psychic reading with someone that needed help focusing on what she wanted vs. what life is presenting.

We went through the steps of focusing on manifesting the things that will empower her,  bring her self-fulfillment and success in her life.
This is the spiritual affirmation that came through in her reading that applies to all of us.


Say It!  Feel It! And Taste It!
Get excited about it and fantasize about it!

The more energy you put into it! the higher you raise the vibration which carries the current to make it happen!


Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Healing Clinic 

Energetic Healing Sessions 15 minutes for $35.00

The Healing Clinics will be held on Thursdays. 

Please see schedule for time and dates.
This is a great way to get refocused and re-centered 

while regaining a sense of peace and clarity, 
physical/emotional healing and grounding.
Remote healings are available, as well.  

(I do require a picture of the individual seeking the healing in advance.)

Healing sessions can apply to Pets, too!
With the shorter healing sessions, 
it is important to focus on 
only one or two areas 
where you require healing.

If you are feeling anxious, 
have sadness or grief; 
have scattered thinking; 
physical or emotional ailments, 
or you lack motivation, 
schedule a 15 minute healing session 
to get you back on track, 
feeling better and empowered.

Healings are by Appointment Only
Appointments must be secured with MasterCard or Visa only.
There is a 24 hours cancellation policy or client will be charged for the session.

Limit 1 healing per week, per person.
Please arrive a few minutes early for your appointment.

Dates and Times:

Thursday October 3rd, 2013 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Thursday October 10th, 2013 11:00am - 2:00pm

Thursday October 17th, 2013 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Thursday October 24th, 2013 11:00am - 2:00pm

Thursday October 31st, 2013 4:00pm - 7:00pm

Location: Glendale CA
Contact Sandy Smith (562) 708-7345


I have had a couple of energetic healing sessions with Sandy and was surprised how much better I could feel after a 15 minute session. The healing helped to jump start me and afterwards I felt like I got back in the groove...my energy was much higher, I was a lot clearer in my thinking and I felt grounded again. Sandy is a gifted healer! 
Melody, Sunland, CA

I was at a pet event to have a short session with Sandy. I was distraught because my beloved dog past and I really had no idea what I needed. I just needed to feel better. Sandy did a quick fix healing and I was amazed how much easier it was for me to deal with my sorrow. Since, I've seen Sandy several times.

Melissa, Beverly Hills CA

Wednesday, September 11, 2013


Tickets to The Wild Brunch event happening THIS SUNDAY,
September 15th are going....going....almost gone!

There are only 2 DAYS left to purchase your Wild Brunch tickets online.

  If you don't attend The Wild Brunch, what will you miss?
  • Amazing vegetarian cuisine from local Malibu restaurateurs
  • Refreshing margaritas prepared by Lula Cocina Mexicana
  • An incredible selection of Silent Auction items (view the complete list here)
  • The opportunity to bid on many unique, once-in-a-lifetime Live Auction packages (including a brand new African Adventure that will let you explore in the lap of luxury)
  • And, the opportunity to help California WIldlife Center care for more than 4,000 wild animals in need each year!
Don't miss out...get yours TODAY!  
Hope you'll join us for a 'wild' time! 
CWC logo

Friday, September 6, 2013


700+ Dogs and Cats in need of homes!

Cats $5.00
Dogs $15.00

Kern County Animal Shelter
201 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue
Bakersfield, CA

Wednesday, August 28, 2013


Thursday, 8/29   11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Thursday, 9/5      4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Healings are by Appointment Only
call 562-708-7345
Appointments must be secured with MasterCard or Visa only
There is a 24 hours cancellation policy or clients will be charged for their session
Limit 1 healing per week, per person

Please arrive a few minutes early for your appointment

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Pet Guardian Comments on Animal Reading Prize

I recently visited Sandy for a complimentary reading my dog Janga won in Sandy's photo contest.

When we arrived at Sandy's house Janga made herself right at home. 

Since Janga is a rescue from a Los Angeles shelter I was very interested in knowing about her background. 

Sandy shared with me that Janga was turned in by a young man with her 3 other siblings and she likes water. She also told me a lot about Janga's personality in detail. Everything she said was absolutely true! 

Sandy also shared insight to my horse Ruby Rue who was recently rescued from a shelter. 

Again the information about Ruby was accurate in regards to her temperament and personality. 

Thank you again Sandy!! You're a very insightful, kind and lovely person with such a gift!

Best regards,
Cindy, Janga and Miss Ruby Rue

Sent from Cindy's iPad 

To read more about Sandy's work as an Animal Communicator, click here.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Mandingo Night at Motherland Music in Inglewood

A friend of mine who attends the Community Drum Circle at Remo in North Hollywood, emailed me that Motherland Music in Inglewood was hosting Mandingo Night on Saturday.  We were suppose to meet there but by the time I got home from dropping off the oriole, (read previous post on Facebook for Monday, July 29th), at the California Wildlife Center and then driving from Malibu back to get my drum, and then out to Inglewood, my friend had drummed herself to exhaustion and called to tell me she had to leave. 

Not knowing the area, and already having been told parking might be an issue and that the place was packed, I prayed all the way to Motherland Music for a parking space, which I got, and I prayed for a seat inside, which I got.  (As a matter-of-fact, as soon as I walked into the store, 2 people got out of their chairs so there was an open spot for me and my drum!)  It's too bad my friend left when she did because I was seated just in time to receive the event's evening blessing.

The African Priest gives his blessings.

The holy man spoke and gave a blessing in an African language.  The blessing was to the ancestors, thanking them for being there, for coming before us and making it possible for us to be here now.  It was very inspirational and enlightening. Then the drumming and dancing resumed.

The beat was so strong.  I just went with it and let go with the vibration.  We were all one with the rhythm.

Drumming is a unique, spiritual experience.  The vibration touches each of us differently.

Drumming is a spiritual purification.  It provides a venue for healing to take place.  Drumming transcends us and purifies our heart and that of our ancestors before us and continues healing after us because what we receive from our experience is passed on to those who come after us.

All the time I was at Motherland Music, I was on Cloud Nine.  I couldn't help smiling.

On Sunday, my hands hurt from drumming for 3 hours and I had a spiritual hang over...

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Janga and Ruby Rue Cash In on Prize!

Pet Guardian, Cindy F. of Janga, submitted the winning photo in Sandy’s first pet photo contest that launched this year in February. 

Janga being read by Sandy 
as they play together
Janga’s winning photo 

 To view all Contenders, click here.

First Prize was a reading and Cindy brought Janga for an in-person/paw Reading that was split with Ruby Rue, who received a remote reading.
“Ruby Rue was at the Lancaster Shelter,” said Cindy, “ and I went to see all the horses they had for adoption. She was the only one that could be ridden and friendly. I came back for her 4 days later to evaluate her and her sweetness and spunk for an 'ol lady sold me.”
Ruby Rue’s photo was brought to Sandy by Cindy for the Remote Reading.  Remote Readings are not uncommon for Sandy to do.

Janga and Ruby Rue are both rescues. (click here to read how Cindy and Janga met)

Check back later to read more about Janga and Ruby Rue’s Reading when Cindy shares her experience with readers.

Monday, July 29, 2013

This September I’ll be at Dick Clarks’ Estate on behalf of the California Wildlife Center’s The Wild Brunch Event http://www.cawildlife.org/easyblog/entry/the-wild-brunch-keepin-em-wild

Keepin 'Em Wild at The Wild Brunch!

CWC‘s 15th annual celebration benefiting the animals!

Sunday, September 15, 2013; Noon – 4 p.m., Gull's Way, Malibu
All proceeds go directly to caring for the animals.
Join hundreds of animal lovers of all ages for the wildest party in Malibu, featuring: 
  • Selections from the finest Malibu and Napa Valley vintners
  • Gourmet vegetarian cuisine from local chefs and restaurateurs
  • Hundreds of unique shopping buys in the Live and Silent Auctions
  • Kids Wild Zone with buffet, art activities and educational animals
  • Complimentary private psychic and healing sessions
  • Release of a rehabilitated CWC patient
  • And much more!
General Admission:
Adults $160; Youth (12 - 17) $50; Children (11 and under) admitted free with reservation.
Sponsorship Packages:
VIP admission and valet parking; reserved seating and table service.  
Live Auction Preview:
Here are a few of the special packages that will be awarded to the highest bidder during the amazing LIVE AUCTION event.  Check back for additional offerings in the coming weeks!
"Here Today, Gone to Maui" Raffle:
Raffle includes a One-Week Vacation at The Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villas in Maui!  ONLY 200 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD! 
Follow this link for all of the details and enter now for a chance to WIN!

Friday, July 26, 2013

Do Animals Wear Watches?

Every day at 3:00 p.m., either myself or my daughter, faithfully place a combination of nuts, (unsalted, walnuts and peanuts in their shell), along the fence in my backyard for our little, squirrel friend to eat. 

When I’m out of town, I place someone on "Nut Duty," and I leave very specific nut instructions along with a note, "Nuts Here," in the exact location where our friend likes to eat his afternoon snack.

Well, today, I was late getting home and the nuts were not out and in place exactly at 3:00 p.m. 

Much to my surprise when I was in my living room, I felt like I was being watched.  It was my little, squirrel friend peering from my window in a laser gaze.  He stared me down with an undeniable look that asked, “Where’s my nuts?!”  

Naturally, I dropped what I was doing and gathered his treat and delivered it to him - much to his expectation and delight. 

If I didn't know better, I'd say that animals wear watches....

Saturday, July 20, 2013


Thursday, July 25, 8:00 p.m.
Experience richly textured pop-folk from siblings, L.A. natives, and rising stars Barbara and Ethan Gruska ofThe Belle Brigade.

Sunset Concerts

Thursdays, July 25–August 29
8:00 p.m. (Doors at 7:00 p.m.)


  • FREE admission; no reservations


The Skirball is pleased to announce the line-up for the 2013 season of the Skirball’s FREE Sunset Concerts, presenting musical traditions from around the world.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Intuitive Criminal Investigation

I’m often asked questions about current affairs, especially when the news centers around crime.  People want to know if I get information about cases – cold or otherwise.  And the answer is, “Yes,” I often do get information about a case.  However, I choose not to publicize the information about active cases under investigation for several reasons.

When there is an active investigation around a sensitive situation, like the recent one involving Terry Dewayne Smith, I prefer to give my information to the investigators directly looking into the case. 

These professionals could include the police department, specific detectives, or the FBI. 
I follow a 'chain-of-command' because I do not know if the people handling the investigation have released, or want to release, the information that I have to give.  I also don’t want information misinterpreted if it is published. 

Just because I feel someone might be a “person of interest” does not mean they are guilty of the crime.  They just may know something, and they may not even know they know something, useful to the case.  Plus, I don’t want to upset family and friends of the person or people involved with the case.

In regard to the Terry Dewayne Smith investigation, I spoke in length with my media consultant about the information I was receiving.  I was kept up all night by it.  So I called the investigation’s tip line the next morning and then sent an email to my colleague:

When I first saw the news with the missing autistic boy, Terry Dewayne SmithI saw him with a young man with dark hair. I get that Terry willingly went with the young man and it was someone he knew. Terry had no fear of the person. I get that Terry is dead and it was done the evening he went missing Saturday nightHis remains are around the vicinity of his property. I feel the brother knows more than he is leading on. I called the Menifee Police Dept and left a message on their recording that  I'm a psychic, medium in the LA area and that I received a few hits on Terry while watching the news. I haven't gotten a call back. I could try to call and talk to a dispatcher but I'm not sure if I should.
Over an hour went by.  I followed up my first email with a second one, again, to my colleague.  I was so antsy and wanted to give the information I had to someone relevant to the case but I wasn't sure how to get past the tip line.
 I need to call Bob then will check your email. I'm extremely anxious.  I know it is what I am picking up from the case.  As if you need to do something to stay busy because you know something is wrong but you do things to keep your physical body and mind busy so it doesn't have to feel or think.I believe this what the perpetrator is feeling.Find line between providing information and capitalizing on someone's misfortune.
My media consultant found a letter issued by the city’s mayor’s office on-line and forwarded my information via e-mail to the person whose name and contact information was on the press release.

Neither myself or my colleague know if my information was read or acted upon.  What we do know is that shortly after my email was sent, the brother was arrested and a body turned up close to the house.

Pet Food Recall

In case you missed it, there was a recall on pet food last month by EvoPet.

To check on current pet food recalls, you can check the latest posts by the Animal Health Foundation.

Friday, June 14, 2013

2 weeks prior to my trip to Happy Trails, there were approximately 90 roosters rescued from a cockfighting ring that was busted in Ohio.  While I was at the sanctuary, they had 60 roosters that needed to be placed.

Behind the wadding ducks in the kiddie pool are the rooster cages.

More cages in the far background.

Behind the ducks are carriers and cages that have roosters in them that were confiscated from illegal cockfighting rings.  Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary also has cages and carriers in a barn and in a garage. 

Sadly, roosters generally cannot be kept together so they are harder to be placed for adoption than other farm animals. Some roosters are so aggressive from being trained for fighting that they are unable to be calm and area always aggressive.  Because of this, their chances for adoption are extremely remote.

Prepared rooster for fighting.

Cockfighting rooster confiscated by Lorain County Sheriff’s deputies in 2009 were cared for by Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary in Ravenna.

Ohio is one of 10 states where cockfighting is still a misdemeanor.  In preparation for cockfighting, the roosters’ comb and wattles are cut off.  Razors are then taped to their limbs.  Each animal is placed in a fighting ring from which they cannot escape from.  They are then coaxed to fight each other to their deaths while people bet on the winner or loser.

Click here to view a rooster that has made a successful transition from deadly fighter to home body companion.

All photo's I took while a guest at Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary are of animals that were confiscated or rescued from abusive situations or horrible environments. 

Some of the horses were purchased from a slaughterhouse auction.   

Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that relies on donations in order to continue to save lives such as those that are featured here.

For more information on the life story of the animals, visit Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary by clicking here.  http://www.happytrailsfarm.org/

Tired of animal cruelty in your city, state or nation?  
Start your own petition to fight animal cruelty:  http://www.change.org/start-a-petition

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Pizza Night at Annette's

Truffles, Annette's pot belly pig 

Truffles lives at Annette's.  He's a house-mate and shares home space with 2 dogs.

Find out how Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary helps abused and neglected animals:  http://happytrailsfarm.org/

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

URGENT CAT SITUATION NEEDS YOUR HELP NOW:   https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandy-Smith/260449857396485

Natasha is another rescued animal living at Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary.  Natasha is a calico goat.  She shares a barn with Odessa and the sheep.

Natasha and Odessa taking a stroll together.

These sheep are Odessa and Natasha’s barn buddies.

Find out how Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary helps abused and neglected animals have a second chance at life, love and friendship:  http://happytrailsfarm.org/

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Here I am with my new friend, Odessa.

Sweet Odessa lost one eye from an untreated eye infection. She was one of 75 animals removed from a neglect situation.

Farm kitties that are born on the farm, sleep in the barn with the chickens, roosters, sheep and goats.

 One of the farm kitties visited Odessa.

Here's Odessa trying to intimidate the farm kitty.

All photo's are of animals that were confiscated or rescued from abusive situations or horrible environments.  

Some of the horses were purchased from a slaughterhouse auction.    

Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that relies on donation in order to continue to save lives such as those that are featured here.

For more information on the life story of the animals, visit Happy Trails Farm Animal  Sanctuary by clicking here.