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Auset On…My Chip Coffey Story

I’d really like to tell you that my Chip Coffey story starts with me watching the first season of Psychic Kids. That is where I first saw him. And, because I feel I should admit to you that in watching season one of Psychic Kids, I seemed to cry during each episode, because every time they helped a kid I took it personally.

It was not so much about helping me face up to being intuitive, too. It’s because I felt like what he said to support those children was what all children and especially gifted, highly sensitive, and “othered” children need to hear.

I think it’s what I wish I’d been told, as a kid: Accept yourself. Embrace who you are for all that makes you unique and different. Wonderful, and unique, and different. Explore and enjoy your abilities and differences – whatever they are. May we all normalise telling such things to all children. I deeply believe that being your “Truest Best Self” is your most precious gift to the world.

So yeah, I really wish I could tell you that was where this story starts – and I definitely got so much value from the show, but…

But, my Chip Coffey story really begins later, after my true love died – my husband Christian. I was so sad, and I missed him so much. It was all I could do to stay alive. Wherever Christian was – that’s where I wanted to be.

I had to make sense of it. Like many in grief, I wondered how he could be gone – and the world still go on! And, I wanted to hear from him, know he was all right. Know I hadn’t failed him, things like that…Imagine the things you might ask your true love, if you got to speak with them just one more time.

I knew that intuitive abilities were real because back then, I used to call myself uselessly psychic. Mainly, I got info like what song was about to play on the car radio, even if the channel was changed. My husband used to laugh and ask if I could tell him six numbers for the lottery?

Perhaps, I should have revealed to him that in my teens I’d wondered the same thing! How about giving me winning lottery numbers?! I came to a stand still in the aisle of my neighbourhood pharmacy when I heard an inner voice answer that it wasn’t my path, and to let others have it – I wouldn’t need it.

But, I did have dreams that came true – déjà vus and lucky hunches all over the place, since grade school – almost as far back as I can remember. They amounted to vague alerts about memorable events – personal and global. The déjà vus showed up like bookmarks in time. An odd part of being me. Somehow they made me feel like I was weird and I kept them to myself.

To hear from Christian, I needed someone gifted, practiced, and trustworthy. I thought about what to do – who fit that bill. I turned to Chip Coffey.

First year widow-grief is all kind of a blur to me. So now that I think of it, the episode that made up my mind was actually from another show – Paranormal State. Chip Coffey was on that one, too. It was about college students who did paranormal investigations. He was their expert.

In the episode that made up my mind, a family was being terrorized by frightening images in their house. They felt haunted or cursed, and sick with dread.


The family called on the team from Paranormal States for help. Chip Coffey went all over the house investigating. Then he told them that he did not perceive any strange energies or a presence in their house. He told them to contact their utility company because he suspected that they were really sick – suffering from a slow gas leak, or CO2 poisoning! It was making them see and feel these distressing things.


I was so impressed. No glory or clout chasing. No spirits needed his help into the light. Sure enough he was right. They were being poisoned.
That’s what did it for me! What honesty and integrity! A psychic who’ll say “I don’t see anything!”

To me, that meant I could believe it better if he said he was in touch with my Christian. So, I contacted Chip Coffey. It wasn’t free, but it was worth it.

I can’t remember how many months it was after my husband had transitioned to non-physical. That’s what I call it, now. I recall that Mr. Coffey said it was still very soon to be reaching out to contact my husband and that it often takes 3-months or so for people to get accustomed. He told me that my husband was fine…and was glad that I missed him. Glad that I felt so for him. I truly did. In fact I was sad and numb all at the same time. I got to ask those maybe last chance questions. I even asked if my music loving husband could see his favourite Jazz Legends who were over there on the other side. Sara Vaughan? Carmen McRae? Louis Armstrong? Christian told us they were in a different part. The biggest things I can say are that he believed in me and knew I’d be all right – and would handle things. He told me where to find some documents, too. And, that he still loved me. Chip Coffey said that what I could do for Christian was send him Love. That it would help him. Strengthen him. So I tried to, and felt guilty because in the moment, I felt so drained, like a lighter or match that just wouldn’t catch.

For days and months after, I did my best to make up for it. I’d fill myself up with the feeling of love, then send it on to him. Chip also said I could just speak directly to Christian. It was weird, mainly because I was embarrassed to talk with Chip like an operator listening on the line!

But it was a precious experience. Mr. Coffey was very kind. At the start of our session he’d even made gentle small talk about where I lived and how he sometimes had to visit my area. I think he was trying to calm me. I wish I’d been less awestruck, and said what was on my heart – that he was welcome in my humble home.

At the very end of the call I did one more thing. I couldn’t help it, or pass up the chance: I asked Mr. Coffey if he picked up on whether I had any psychic abilities, because I thought I did…I’d put the feeling to bed forever if he told me no. After all, he was the man who helped affirm those young people. He paused, and then his voice sounded somehow deeper, very firm and serious. “Yes. But, you don’t listen. They say you don’t listen. They say you have got to listen. You’ve got to listen.”


I thanked him and I started listening. And for me, that changed everything.

May you allow yourself to listen to your best inner voices and guidance.

By the way, dear Chip Coffey, you will always find a welcome in my humble home.

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Welcome to Auset O’Neal’s Psychic Message Group! 

On the last Sunday of every month you are invited to a Zoom Psychic Message Group with psychic medium, Auset O’Neal, aka “The Happy Medium!”

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WHAT MESSAGE GROUP ATTENDEES ARE SAYING: 

“The session helped me to get through a very difficult time that I did not realize was coming. The gifts shared were priceless.”

“The message from my daddy, I cannot tell you how healing that was for me. Thank you.”


 “Nothing short of AMAZING!”


“A very positive and warm experience!”


WHEN: Sundays: August 28, September 25, October 30, November 27      

TIME: 5:00 – 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

REGISTRATION: Zoom

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting, AND a reminder notification before the event.

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Celebrating TDOV! The International Transgender Day of Visibility 3.31.22

To some people, the International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) celebrates the modern values of Tolerance and Inclusion. But no. It really celebrates a resurgence of our Ancestors’ advanced cultural values, a return to greater societal health, and the sputtering but welcome end of Colonialism. We are getting there.

Acceptance of Trans and Gender Non-Binary (GNB) people is a fine marker of how Colonial or Colonially conditioned a person is. Because before enslavement and the recent centuries’ imperial rampages, numerous traditional cultures around the world were so advanced socially, that Humanity embraced people of diverse genders as normal. Not only did some cultures give them revered roles in ceremony and ritual – but maybe more importantly Trans, GNB, and people beyond the binary were just everyday valued members of our communities and families.

See it for yourself in popular resources as varied as the DigitalTransgenderArchive, Wikipedia, and the PBS Map of Gender Diverse Cultures. These show proof that the normalcy of Humanity’s gender spectrum is wide and deep – it spans millennia and includes over 60 respected terms for our Trans, GNB and Alphabet Family members.

I love that the International Transgender Day of Visibility occurs in March, right after Black History Month. It seems like the perfect reminder that in traditional African cultures – before colonisation and enslavement – gender diversity was accepted and appreciated. Just as western science has identified numerous gender-fluid animal species, even now in Botswana there are nearly a half dozen transgender Lionesses (Lionexxes?) with masculine manes and behaviour contributing to the safety and success of their pride. Our African Ancestors knew. Our Ancestors: Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islanders, and European all knew. 

Today, violence against Trans and GNB people is still far too common. I hope we begin seeing such violence as disrespect for our Ancestors and heritage. To me acceptance of Transgender, Gender Non-Binary, and the entire LGBTQIA+, Alphabet Family becomes an act of beautiful rebellion, healing, and cultural reclamation. It honours our past and makes us safer and freer.

It also means that the TDOV is for hailing veteran leaders and groundbreakers like Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and elder Miss Major Griffin-Gracy of New York City’s Stonewall Uprising; the iconic Mothers of Ballroom; and the Transgriot – Historian Monica Roberts who founded the blog Transgriot

TDOV is also for cheering on newer Trans, GNB Leaders, Activists and Advocates. They create nurturing spaces for our progress as an inclusive society that returns to the Human value of cherishing our rich gender diversity. 

The Transgender Day of Visibility is all the richer for leaders like:

 Jevon Martin, Executive Director / Founder of Princess Jenae Place, which offers housing and healthcare in NYC.

Jonathan Thunderword, the Multifaith, Omni-Spiritual Leader, and author of “From Christendom to Freedom, Journey-Making with a Black Transgender Elder”.

 The team of Carter Brown and his wife Esperanza Brown of Texas, who founded the Black Trans Advocacy Coalition and the annual gathering/national conference/Fam reunion called BTAC.

 And, YouTube icon Ms. Diamond Stylz who serves as the Executive Director of Black TransWomen, Inc. Ms. Stylz also hosts the unapologetic podcast, Marsha’s Plate with friends Mia Mix and Zahir. There are many leaders to hear from and her Archive of unfiltered conversations gives you a great place to start. 

Celebrate the annual International Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31st! Celebrate that Humanity is a more fascinating and beautifully complex species than many realized – and that we are returning to that understanding.

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Auset On…Dorothy’s Psychic Story

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This is the story my Mother Dorothy told me when I was a child. She was sitting on the edge of my bed, and the room was dark. I should have been asleep already. And, I remember that this time she wasn’t upset with me. She hadn’t caught me reading under the covers with my flashlight.

Her voice was soft and thoughtful. Now that I think of it to tell you, I realise I could live in that moment — when my Mother was warm and near me, and I was comfy in my bed, and her voice was so peaceful. It was quiet in that sweet, safe togetherness — and the kind soft sound of her voice was my whole world.

It’s a quick little story she told me. So, I’ll try to be quick in the telling of it. I can’t remember for you why she shared it with me. But, I think I’d confided in her about how my dreams came true, sometimes. And, I was little. So, it scared me. Was It another thing that made me too weird to know and be liked by other kids? Should I be scared of my dreams and extra lucky guesses? Would people even believe me? Would she believe me?

Here is what she told me.

“Oh, I believe you. They call that déjà vus or premonitions. You don’t have to be afraid of them. It’s okay. People do get them. And, they can be very helpful.”

I must have asked her, “How do you know? Do you get them, too?”

“No. Not really. Not that I can recall. But…there was this one time…that something happened to me. And it was very, very helpful. So that’s how I know.”

I waited in the silence. I could tell she was going to tell me, and I wanted to know.


I could barely see her, there wasn’t much light. But she was looking ahead — not down at me. She was looking far away. I remember thinking that if we were outside, her profile and her lovely dark skin would blend in beautifully with the night sky, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the stars shining on her cheeks and eyes — as if she was part of the sky around her.

And in her gentle, sharing voice she said:

“I know it’s all right and coming from a good place because of what happened to me. I was playing. Back then we played in the street, a lot. We were playing stickball. I was ready to catch if the ball got hit near me.”


“And then a car was coming – and I was in the way. It was coming right for me. I froze. I was so scared! I couldn’t move. All of a sudden, I felt a hand on my back. It pushed me right out of the way. Right out of the way….”


“I felt that hand. Somebody pushed me hard and saved me. But there was nobody there. No one was even nearby. Maybe it was an Angel. Or a family member…. And, that’s how I know. These things do happen, and they are normal, and they can help us.”

I don’t remember much else about that moment together with my Mom. I think she smiled at me and tucked me in all the way. I like to think she kissed me good night one more time before she left my room. I do remember sleeping very well that night; and drifting off to sleep, seeing my Mom as a young girl like me, playing in the street.

After that, I didn’t feel so weird about my premonitions and lucky guesses. They were just interesting and sometimes helpful....

Telling you this reminds me of a piece of a poem. It’s by George Gordon, Lord Byron. I first read it years later when I was in Junior High School. As I read it I had an “Aha moment” as Oprah Winfrey calls it. My teacher would have been thrilled that poetry had clicked for me. Because, as I read the words and heard them in my head — I knew that George Gordon had described my Mother. As if he’d written these words just for, and exactly about her:

She walks in beauty like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies
And all that’s best of dark and light
Meet in her aspect and her eyes.

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May your life be touched lovingly, by someone’s true beauty and their sharing.


May you touch someone’s life lovingly, with your true beauty and your sharing.

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Auset on…Selective Mutism

Dear Silence and Invisibility, I’m not mad at you!

You saved my life when I was a little girl. Now, I’m grown, and I’m safer. So, from my heart, I thank you!

And, I lovingly release you!

You stood by me, and now you can stand down.

It’s time to share, join in, be visible and joyfully NOISY!

May All Beings be Free and Well.

May All Beings be Whole, Cherished, and Full of Joy!

Auset

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Auset On…Visitations from Extra-Terrestrials

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The Shift is Already Here!

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Auset On…The Age of Miracles

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How to Simplify the Law of Attraction

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