May your heart be brave, your mind fierce, and your spirit free.

Lori Beasley, an energy worker and spiritual practitioner, uniquely combines intuitive guidance and energy balancing with cutting-edge quantum mechanics based tools to assist clients and create a balance of mind, body, and spirit. Physical, emotional, or psychological trauma can be held in our cellular memory. Lori is gifted with assisting her clients in releasing that trauma and removing it permanently. Through this guidance, clients are able to get clear, gain insight, set positive intentions and move forward with a new sense of empowerment. Her clients report that during and after a session with her, they can actually feel the trauma leave their body, and they immediately feel lighter, and happier. Finally, they are able to feel Free!

Lori offers private sessions for clients, as well as their pet(s), to include: intuitive/spiritual guidancevibrational balancing, energy healing, chakra balancing, dowsing, and Reiki that allows them to return to a peaceful and heart-centered space, abundantly full of Love and Light.

Additionally, Lori is adept at and available to assist and guide both humans and pets in their crossing over journeys. She facilitates what can be a difficult and upsetting event and transforms it into a beautiful and sacred treasured moment.

A passionate advocate for both human and animal rights and welfare, Lori has worked with shelters for abused women and children, abused men, and also domestic animal rescues and exotic animal sanctuaries with wolves, wolf dogs, coyotes, panthers, foxes and small animals.

Lori is a 7th generation Usui Reiki Master/Teacher since 2007, a member of the American Society of Dowsers, and an ordained minister with the Universal Brotherhood.

 

In Loving Memory

Johnnie Walker was the Master Healer. He would get on the Reiki table and give loving energy to my friends and clients. He was wise and a master of reading people and other animals’ energy. Pictured with JW is Holly Yager Torres, wolfdog rescuer and educator whom I also miss.

When I rescued him, he was a year and a half old and I was his 3rd owner. He had been locked up, starved and who knows what else had happened to him. He would let another dog eat the last bite of food. He loved to run at almost 30 mph, ride in the car, swim and play at the beach. He could escape just about anything. When he had eye surgery, he opened doors and ran through the animal hospital checking on the other fur patients and got them all howling. He cared about people and all animals. He hogged the bed and was my constant companion. He was the best alert dog, protector and had more sense than I did most of the time. He never left me and I was with him when he took his last breath.  05/08/2006ish-01/31/2021