Monday, April 29, 2013


I'm getting back in the swing of things this week, so I said a little prayer and pulled three cards. I was surprised to see that all three cards are major arcana, so it looks like this is going to be a big week!

When I said my prayer, I felt that someone really needs to hear this. (As opposed to a general message, or a message for me.) So I don't know who this is for, but if you came here with a question about a big decision or a legal matter, this is for you.

The card is Justice, which indicates decision making. If you're involved in a legal proceeding, this card is the angels' way of telling you that things will be decided in your favor.

If you're trying to make a big decision in your life, the angels are advising you to be fair. Look at all sides of the situation and act from a place of goodness. Do the right thing. Don't be afraid to stand up for your beliefs, and if you need someone else's advice or support, ask for it.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White 

Friday, April 26, 2013

Monroe May Wellness Day

Monroe May Wellness Day: Saturday, May 4, noon- 4 pm

3380 Monroe Avenue, Suite 217, Rochester, New York 14618

Join us for an afternoon of reflexology, angel card readings, wellness coaching, and workshops.

From noon to 12:30, Krystal Kay White will present an Angel Tarot Workshop. From 1:00 to 1:30, Kelly Sabetta of Nature Spirit Healing will present a wellness coaching discussion. From 2:00 to 2:30, Windflower Reiki & Reflexology will present a reflexology talk.

Throughout the afternoon, angel card readings will be available, as well as free reflexology demonstrations, and mini wellness coaching sessions.

This event is free and open to the public. See you there!

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Is it all in the attitude?

So, things went from bad to worse since my last post. I got some bad news which sort of left me reeling, and I also found out that I'll need to have surgery and go through a four week recovery period. *sigh*

But, what I want to talk about today is attitude. After having our house ransacked, I STILL had a feeling of dread. And rightly so. I knew that this "bad luck" wasn't over, and it wasn't.

I see a lot of things about how having a positive attitude makes positive things happen in your life, and I'm here to say that that is a really dangerous way to think. A positive attitude can help you deal with tragedy, but it doesn't prevent tragedy. We are not that powerful. To suggest otherwise is to deny Divine Power.

But, anyhow, I just wanted to do a quick check-in. Emotionally, I'm on the mend; but physically and financially I have some challenges coming up. I hope to be back in full-swing soon.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Monday, April 15, 2013

Tests or Signs?

Last week, I had a feeling of physical pain, as if someone grabbed me under my ribs and was applying constant, painful, gripping pressure. This was accompanied by a *sense* (that unexplainable, yet knowing feeling) of material loss.  We've not yet received all the bills for a few devastating incidents that happened in 2012, so I thought the sense of loss was me projecting anxiety into the future. Meanwhile, I could not figure out what that physical feeling was trying to tell me. I asked the angels, and didn't get any answers. I know sometimes they just don't want us to know in advance, so I left it at that. If it's not clear, it's not meant to be known.

Long story short -- our home was broken into, ransacked, and buglarized. (The pain left me the morning of the burglary, so now I know what *that* meant.) Now everyone is waiting for me to share the happy ending. Well, there is no happy ending. I have faith that the next catastrophe -- house fire, car theft, expensive near death experience -- is right around the corner. I've lived this way for years, and I don't sense that anything's going to change. 

In life, there are tests and there are signs. Tests are challenges. Tests are learning experiences. Tests are growth opportunities. I've been through many tests. Signs bring clear messages. Signs are not easily mistaken. Signs should not be ignored. I'm taking this last blow as a sign.  I'm tired, I'm discouraged, and I don't have the desire to "try" anymore. My volunteer work has been draining, and my blogging is just another commitment, so I plan to discontinue both indefinitely.

The nicest thing I can do for myself right now is to give myself a break, so that's were I'll be -- on indefinite break.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Friday, April 12, 2013

Self Encouragement

I was thinking about what my Friday post would be, and I got the word "encouragement". So I went to one of my oracle decks to find the "Encouragement Card", and guess what? There isn't one. So I asked God and the great Divine healing powers, the Ascended Masters, and the angels to send me a clear message. I pulled out the Angel Tarot deck and got the Nine of Fire: "Don't give up!" 

If that's not encouragement, I don't know what is! The suit of Fire is about our ideas and passions, and the nine is about protecting them. You have built something special. You ARE something special. Don't let outside events or people undermine your confidence, destroy your ambition, or sabotage your plans.

Be nice to yourself. Say kind words to yourself. You are strong, knowledgeable, and powerful. Know this. Believe this. Defend this.

As the weekend approaches, be mindful of your self-talk. If it's not encouraging, re-word it. Have confidence in yourself and know that the angels see the best in you. They are working on your behalf. The more you encourage yourself, the easier it is to connect with the angels.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Accepting Life's Changes

Today's oracle card is "Hello and Good-bye" from the Magical Unicorn deck. As the words imply, something's coming, something's going -- things are changing. We have to be able to take things in stride. As one situation begins, we say hello; as another ends, we say good-bye.

The images on this card are filled with fairy tale symbolism. In the background we see a magical castle, which instantly makes me think of Cinderella. I also see Mother Goose, Henny Penny, and one of the dwarfs (since he's smiling I think he's Happy). Puss-in-boots, the Gingerbread man, the tortoise,  and the frog and the prince are all there, too. There are two children (Jack and Jill?) on a winged horse (Pegasus) moving through all this, and Tinkerbell flies nearby.

This scene reminds us of the changes we've already been through. We've left the phase of being read to. We were able to say good-bye to it easily. As other interests and growth opportunities entered our life, it seemed natural to say hello to them and move effortlessly toward them. 

As we get older, saying good-bye becomes more difficult. Saying hello -- learning new things, accepting change -- can be daunting. This card assures us that this is the natural cycle of life. The words at the bottom of this card are "You'll soon see that this change will make things better." 

If you're at a point where a change is going on, be assured that it's for the best. Know that going through changes can be as easy and effortless as saying hello and good-bye. 

In love and light, 
Krystal Kay White


Monday, April 8, 2013

Finding Inspiration

Where do you find inspiration? I'd like to say that I'm always centered in love and light and I don't need any help, but nothing could be further from the truth. I'm constantly searching for a Good Word or a sign. 

And I'm constantly finding it.

I find it in a lot of places. I have several books of daily readings, which are probably my primary source of inspiration. I also have a Bible and A Course in Miracles, but honestly, sometimes they can be difficult to interpret. And with the Bible, I can't really open it to any page and start reading because I could very well find myself in the middle of a war, or an affair, or something! So I mainly stick to my God or angel based books, which were written with the sole purpose of providing a little nugget of wisdom to use throughout the day.

I also consult the cards. (Of course!) There's always something to think about and internalize there. Sometimes I need guidance, sometimes I need reassurance-- the cards always know. 

I pray, I meditate, I center myself in love and light. As I write this, a Bible verse comes to mind. "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you." (Matthew 7:7) And so it is when looking  for Divine Inspiration.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Friday, April 5, 2013

Shielding Yourself with Love

Today's oracle card is Love. "The answer that you're seeking is love." That's so simple, yet so profound. 

Isn't life better when you're in a good mood? Things don't bother you as much when all is well in your little corner of the world, right? That's because you've shielded yourself with Love. (And you may not have even been aware of it when it happened. But looking back, it makes sense, doesn't it?)

What if you could have that feeling all the time? You can! When you live in love, everything seems better. You have more patience and more compassion. And what you send out comes back to you.

As the weekend approaches, maybe this would be a good time to practice shielding yourself with Love. When you're feeling upset or unsettled, bring yourself back to the state of Love. Love is a Divine gift that you can call upon at any time. You just have to remember to do it.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Oracle Cards

I pulled out the Magical Unicorn Oracle Card deck for today's reading. Oracle cards are a little different than tarot. 

The oracle cards carry a simple, direct message. They don't often have more than one meaning, and they don't necessarily have to be interpreted. Oracle cards send a clear message, and can also be used as a prompt for meditation.

Today's card is Pets. It's very simple. The top simply says "Pets", and the bottom says, "You love and understand animals." This card reminds us of the love we have for our pets, and the important role they play in our lives. Pets are symbols of unconditional love. They are an outlet for our nurturing skills. They are wonderful companions in or daily life.

If you think of a pet who has passed on, that thought has probably come to you because your pet wanted to stop by and say hi. Their spirits live on, and come back to visit us.

Today, take a minute to know that your pets appreciate you as much as you appreciate them.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

The Waiting Is the Hardest Part

Today's card is the Seven of Earth. This card indicates "seeds well planted". 

Earth is the suit of home, job, school, money, and the Earth itself. In other words, Earth signifies Earthly matters. When the Seven of Earth comes up, the angels are re-assuring you that everything is unfolding (growing) the way it should be. The "seeds that you've planted", the projects that you've started, the path that you've taken, is good. The progress may not be happening as quickly as you would like, but it's happening. Have patience, and don't worry. A plant doesn't grow over night.

The Old Testament says there's "...a time to plant and a time to harvest." (Ecclesiastes 3:2, New Living Translation) But we often forget about the time in between. The waiting time. 

So if you're in a time of waiting, or a holding pattern, don't worry! You're right where you're supposed to be right now. Relax, and rest assured that everything will turn out well.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Moving On

Today's card is Release, a card that indicates the end of a phase or situation. Sometimes we're glad to see a situation end, but when it does, do we truly let it go, or are we still carrying it around with us?

This card reminds me of an ancient Zen story. 

Two monks were on a pilgrimage. One day, they came to a deep river. At the edge of the river, a young woman sat weeping, because she was afraid to cross the river without help. She begged the two monks to help her. The younger monk turned his back. The members of their order were forbidden to touch a woman. 

But the older monk picked up the woman without a word and carried her across the river. He put her down on the far side and continued his journey. The younger monk came after him, scolding him and berating him for breaking his vows. He went on this way for a long time.

Finally, at the end of the day the older monk turned to the younger one. "I only carried her across the river. You have been carrying her all day."

What's done is done. Learn what you need from it, keep the good, but don't carry the bad with you any longer. 

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Monday, April 1, 2013

Easter, Communion, and Overwhelming Love

Today is Easter, church is over, dinner is over, and I have some quiet time at the computer. Time to reflect.

This morning the minister gave a sermon on the crucifixion. It's the Easter story that we all know, but she told it differently. She talked about the King of Jews being nailed to a cross, and all the while praying for the people who were crucifying him. She said that he died to bring the world overwhelming love. I swear, overwhelming love -- that's what she said. Not everlasting love, (although that's implied in the story) but overwhelming love.

She went on to talk about Jesus's blood being caught in the Holy Grail, but not all of it. Some droplets fell to the ground. In each place where a drop of Christ's blood hit the Earth, a beautiful flower, shrub, or tree grew. What a lovely way to put a comforting twist on an otherwise gruesome scene. Images of Hollywoood's gore and fire-and-brimstone preaching can be put aside. In today's story, Jesus's blood was shed, and beauty sprang from it.

During the next part of the service, we went up to light a candle for our loved ones who have transitioned, and were invited to take a communion cup (wafer and juice) back to our seats with us. As I sat holding my communion cup, these words came to me:

Eat this, as a symbol of the body of Christ, and let it nourish you with overwhelming love.

Drink this, as a symbol of the body of Christ, and let it grow into beauty.

I wanted to share The Reverend's words. I wanted to share the message that I received through her. I feel that I can call upon those words and their meaning at any time. (I know a lot of religions have very specific rules, and I don't necessarily buy into a lot of those rules.) I feel that I can have a "holy communion" at any time. And so can you.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White