Blue Tree Reiki & Psychic Works, is located in York, Maine. Founded by Anne Donnell, Psychic Medium & Reiki Master. Blue Tree offers Reiki Sessions, Reiki certification classes, Psychic Medium Readings ( by phone, Skype or in person), Spiritual energy classes for adults and kids, and a monthly Psychic Circle(first Thursday of each month).
So as you can see, there is a lot happening here at Blue Tree, and we are so excited to see it grow and expand. Of course, we are still in the beginning stages of getting everything organized and off the ground. So continue to check back here as we continue to update our Facebook page & website @ www.bluetreepsychic.com . We will post with new information as we move forward. If you should have any questions, please feel free to call or email Anne @ 207-337-2559 or email@example.com. Thank you.
Below, is just a short bit about myself explaining how I ended up here.
So, lets see..... I guess I have been practicing my tools close to 7 years now. But, it hasn't been until the last three years that I have really started to develop and look at my own abilities and understand them better. It has been through a combination of my own personal work, and the guidance of my spiritual mentors, friends and teachers, who I've had the great privilege of either training under and/or receiving their spiritual guidance, through my own work with them. I would like to acknowledge & thank: Joe Waldron, Brenda Paquette, Isabeau Esby, Lauren Rainbow, Elizabeth Foley, John Holland, Deb & Paul Rees, Paulette Hoeflich and Chuck Createau . I would not be where I am today without each one of them, and for that I am eternally grateful.
My journey started to fall into place back in 2008, when I experienced a life changing event after the birth of my third child. Doctors (at first) thought I sustained a heart attack, at the age of 34. Days of testing, the Cardiologist finally concluded that I had suffered from something called "Stress Cardiomyopathy" or "Broken Heart Syndrome", essentially it presents as a heart attack, but they just couldn't make sense of my symptoms & conditions at first. The hours and days following, a lot of fear set in around me and I felt helpless. At one point, I thought I was going to die. Ifelt paralyzed at the thought that I would leave my children without a mother or live with the constant fear of a weakened heart leaving me unable to care for my children, one of which was only two weeks old at the time. THANKFULLY, those individuals diagnosed with Stress Cardiomyopathy, the damage to the heart muscle/walls is temporary, 100% reversible, unlike a heart attack, which is not reversible. Feeling Lucky and grateful of my actual diagnosis was an understatement at that time. From the moment I left the hospital, I knew my life would never be the same again. Going forward, little did I know, the most freighting event in my life would turn out to be the catalyst for profound change, and in ways I couldn't even imagine. Each year that followed, my life started to unravel bit by bit, and I completely came undone. This included going through a painful divorce; becoming a single parent to three small children, and learning what it means to really look inside of myself and love who I was, mistakes and all. I realize now, at that time I wasn't happy and being true to myself, no matter how great my life looked. Perhaps the only way to get to the truth of it and to find myself, was to strip it all away and start over. Looking back now, if you were to take a big black sharpie marker and write on my forehead " Blessing in Disguise" in big, bold letters, I still wouldn't have seen the blessing that was clearly happening to me (and my children) at the time. I was just numb with sadness. Everything I had built up over those 15 years, was about taking care of others, not myself. So receiving this "hard knock" of "Broken Heart Syndrome" makes perfect sense, given the heart is where we give and receive love... most importantly to ourselves. How Ironic that I was shown in the MOST direct way how broken I had become. Coincidence? Nope. That was almost 6-1/2 years ago... amazing how with time and living in your own truth can really change your life, change everything...really. I have so much to be thankful for, so MUCH. It's the greatest gift to do this work. So, looking back...I can NOW see why everything happened the way that it did, but I just could not see it then. The only thing left from all that pain and darkness, was for happiness to grow back and slowly but surely it HAS and continues to, bigger and stronger than ever imagined. Grateful, is putting it mildly.
Growing up, I always knew how sensitive I was to others, their feelings and emotions or how easily it was for me to walk into a room and "intuitively read" the life situation of the person or people in front of me. At times, it made me very uncomfortable, because it was so obvious to me and revealing, but I assumed everybody's mind worked this way. As I have come to understand more about myself and how I see and feel energy, I have SLOWLY begun to accept this part of myself; I call it coming out of the spiritual closet, and I cannot help but feel grateful and honored to do this work. I am constantly learning everyday what it means to balance the two sides of this coin we call life. There is still so much for me to learn from, grow and experience with this work. It's a kind of partnership with the other side, which has taken some getting used to..a lot getting used to actually! For many people that know me, all of this may sound weird, and sometimes it still is, even for me, but communicating with the "other side", if I had to describe it, feels as natural to me as having a conversation with a good friend over the phone. Although, the reception isn't always clear, spirit is always ready to give messages; and at times can be persistent in getting those messages to me, but always from a place of love.
Ok, so that's a little bit about me...I think we all have a story to tell. With each story inside of us, painted to different degrees of: pain, loss, hope, realization and new beginnings. I believe, it's when we can release our stories and share it with others, our paths traveled are really not so different, because we've all ended up here, today, together, in some way.
Thank you for reading, and as always, my best to you.