Reverse Your Karma

Reverse Your Karma

I’m standing in line, minding my own business, waiting to pay for my groceries.  With social distancing it’s hard to know what’s going on, but suddenly I’m aware that the lady in front of me can’t get her debit card to work.  

I’m a little antsy because I’ve got a client in 30 minutes and time is ticking, and inside my head I have the thought, “you should have picked the other line Gail!

Then a new thought jumps into my head.

“Would you just hurry up and fix the problem already?  I’ve got somewhere else to be”.

Five minutes later it’s clear that whatever they’re doing is not working.  Next thing I know the cashier comes out from behind her glass wall, and says “you need to put in your number” and I hear “… but I don’t know my number”.

A new thought jumps in.  And not a nice one.

Really? You don’t know your PIN number? Come on?  Seriously lady?

I hear myself in a loud voice say “you should know your number”.  I don’t where it came from but it’s out before I can help myself.

Then, as if to make matters worse, I repeat it. “You need to know your number”.  With the mandated 6 ft physical distancing I want to make sure she hears me so I’ve raised my voice. Looking back at me she says apologetically “it’s not my card“.


My eyes scan the store and looking at the other cash that’s open, I see its lineup is now 5 people deep.  


Five more minutes pass which feels like an hour, and I finally ask the cashier, in a somewhat exasperated voice “could you please take this lady to the side to resolve this.  I want to pay for my groceries.  I’ve been standing here for a long time.”

Next thought  … Can’t you see me?  I’m important.

They both look up at me and say nothing. Recognizing my stress and lack of control in the situation, I pull out my phone.  

9:48 am.  My call is at 10 am.

I send a text to my client.  “I’m running late. I will call you by 10:15”.

I begin to calm down, and eventually a supervisor shows up, the situation is resolved, and I pay for my groceries.

Then I hear it.  It’s not loud, but it’s there.

A new thought, in the form of a wee voice inside my head saying “you were not very nice Gail, go and apologize.” 

It’s not a new message, but normally it comes from my kids when I’ve been rude to a server.  “Mom, why’d you have to be such a bitch?”

Being stressed can ruin any good situation.  Being rude can really get in the way of joy.  

Lucky for me the lady’s still there, standing off to the side fumbling in her purse.

“Excuse me” I say, as I bring my cart up to hers, totally forgetting about the 6 ft physical distancing.  “I was rude to you earlier.  I was frustrated and shouldn’t have talked to you like that.  I’m sorry”.

She looks at me wide-eyed.  “It was my fault”, she says.  “I just got here.  I’m from India”.

Oh crap. Now I feel worse, and a memory floods back to being in a Slovenian grocery store with my daughter purchasing her first groceries, and desperately hoping her credit card works.

I’m suddenly aware the lady’s still talking.   “It’s different in India” she’s saying “I don’t know what to do here”.  

I feel worse.  Then another thought comes.

Everyone has a story. We never know who someone is, or what they’re going through.

I smile because I’ve had this thought many times.

“Welcome to Canada”, I tell her.  “I’m sorry I was rude”.  She smiles back.  “it’s okay, thank you”.  

And as I leave the store another thought comes to me.

Karma reversed.

What goes around, comes around and self-awareness can change it. 

This is the guiding principle in all the work I do. It’s the first A in my “4A Process”; AWARENESS. 

When we know better, we do better.

When we want to change our future we need to be intimately familiar with our present.  And self-awareness can change what happens next. 

Want to know how? Watch my Dream Life Masterclass here.  It will teach you the 5 steps to creating a life that you will love.

This is not the first time I’ve gone back to apologize.  Eat crow.  Own my stuff.

In 12 Step Recovery Programs it’s called “making amends”.  It’s when you realize you messed up and you want to make it right. Sometimes making it right is just to yourself.

An offer of forgiveness is triggered by another person, healing for us and never about them. 

Don’t get me wrong, there would have been a day when I would have felt very justified speaking like that and I wouldn’t have given it a second thought.  I would have also told the story to anyone who listened and it would have been total drama.

Drama creates karma. 

Which thoughts are you having? What karma are you creating?

If you’ve got old patterns, limiting beliefs, and heavy baggage from the past showing up with jealousy, anger and projection, you need to let go of all that, and change your karma.

Connect with me today and let’s get you started.

What Do You Choose to Believe, Trust and Listen to?

What Do You Choose to Believe, Trust and Listen to?

Dying is only scary if you haven’t lived your life fully. ~ Gail Scott

I get sent one every day, sometimes two.


Some are confusing, some are hilarious and some are so controversial they are removed from YouTube before I even have time to watch.

I’m even starting to make my own videos … coming soon to your inbox.

On a daily basis doctors, celebrities, and intuitives  bring all kinds of conflicting information to us.  And let’s not even talk about what comes out of mainstream media. The facts and projections change from morning to night.

What, and who, do you believe?

As a psychic channeler I bring exceptionally useful messages from non-physical energies for those who want to hear them.  They are remarkably accurate, but it’s not everyone’s cup of tea.  Sometimes when I tell people what I do, certain people say “I don’t believe in any of that stuff” and I totally respect this.  I get it.  It is pretty woo-woo.

However, these same people who doubt me and my psychic messages, rarely if ever say “I don’t believe in any of that” when faced with the conflicting information spewed out at us from the media, government and other so-called mainstream experts.  Instead, they choose to believe the widespread fear, controversy and inaccuracies.

So let’s look at this a little differently.

We are a conscious species, or at least we are moving towards this faster and faster.  We have been given free will to choose what works for us, and what doesn’t. 

When you feel fear, this is a sign you’re going down the wrong road because you are not meant to live in fear.

Your birthright is to live in a state of peace, calm and love.

Let me repeat this. 

Your birthright is peace, calm and love.

Now, I’m not saying life shouldn’t be challenging (because it would be mighty boring if we didn’t grow and evolve), but we are not meant to live with stress and anxiety.

It’s time to stop blindly believing whatever someone else says, because they are frequently wrong, inaccurate or even have their own agenda, and that negatively impacts you, your health and your mental state.

In my coaching sessions most clients come to me because they lack self trust.  They look outside of themselves to find their answers. After working with me they know themselves deeply, and they trust themselves.

If you find yourself in fear, anxiety and self-doubt, this way of being is not going to work well for you going forward into whatever your new normal is. 

As the world changes it’s imperative to move with the raising consciousness.  You have a personal responsibility to know yourself better now more than ever. 

Going through this huge transition you have a choice. 

You can listen to others whom you believe know better than you (and live in fear and uncertainty), OR you can start to trust yourself, make informed decisions by looking at all the pieces of the puzzle, and ultimately feel more at ease in your body, mind and soul.

Which one do you want?

The first step is an invitation to doubt. 

Doubt everything. Doubt what I tell you. Doubt what the news tells you. Doubt TV and radio. Doubt the internet. Doubt intuitives. Doubt doctors.Doubt government.

Begin to ask questions.  Of everything. And connect instead to what you know to be true in your heart. 

Because at the end of the day that is all that matters.

The funny thing about doubt is that the more you doubt, the more questions you have. And the more questions you have, the more you will connect to yourself. The more you connect to yourself, the more alive you will feel.

The more alive you feel, the more conscious you will be. 

Are you catching my drift?

We are in unusual times.  Our global nervous system (the internet) keeps us up to date with the “state” of the planet on each continent and in every country.  All you have to do is turn on your TV or computer to be swamped with “maybe COVID this, and potentially COVID that”.

Instead of blindly believing what someone else tells you, go within and ask yourself the important questions.  Check in with your personal nervous system, assess your own state, and listen to your unique inner guidance. 

Ask your heart, not your head.

Because you’re going to need to learn to use it more and more moving forward.  

Schedule a discovery call with me and we can find your answers.  They are all inside of you.

Because what you choose to believe, trust and listen to, impacts (either positively or negatively), your physiology, psychology and emotional state.

It affects everything.

So choose wisely. 

What you choose to believe impacts either positively or negatively your physiology, psychology and emotional state. It’s your choice.  ~ Gail Scott

We are all hurting people.  And hurting people hurt other people.

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