"Liliana is a gifted teacher and one of the most talented energy readers I know. I turned to her work to strengthen my own energetic toolbox."
Tami Lynn Kent
author of Wild Feminine & Founder of Holistic Pelvic Care
Rev. Liliana Barzola
Founder of Lotus Lantern Healing Arts,
Intuitive, Energy Healer & Teacher
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Nope, I certainly am not.
However, I am a messenger and I am a wounded healer.
Lots of people are reaching out to us and asking, “WTF is happening right now?!?! Things are cray, cray!”
Personally: Nuthin’ but transformation and heart ache around these here parts.
So I’m sharing some resources for those of you who are struggling so hard you can’t even reach out. If you are doing great and life is smooth, I bet you are still seeing people struggling around you:
Check out my brother-friend Robert Ciprian’s Post from this week:
(***Spoiler alert! Next podcast features Dr. Ciprian: From gang banger to healer-doctor. It will be published later this week.)
I love the famous CHANI who offers this bite-sized explanation: “The new moon in Pisces arrives on March 17th at 6:12 AM PT. Sitting in a conjunction to Chiron, the Wounded Healer, this new moon asks us to be tender with what hurts. Forgiving with what we can. Compassionate with ourselves as we work through sensitive issues and life events. Shortly after the new moon, Mercury station’s retrograde challenging us to get our messages across with accuracy and efficiency.”
Now I offer an opportunity to go even deeper. My astrologer friend, Sarah Fontaine, doesn’t offer sound bites: She offers deep poetry. Before you read anything by her, I ask you to watch this 10 minute video. Can you turn off your neon brain that wants a quick fix and really listen to her poem? This started as a job-description for the person she needed to hire for her pre-school center. It will resonate so much for you if you let it steep.
After you watch, I encourage you to click here and read her horoscopes. You can use them to help re-focus your energy.Keep Reading
At some point, we all feel like we don’t fit in. That we don’t belong. That everyone is laughing and we don’t get the joke.
Ironically, this is what unites us all as humans. The feeling that we’re ‘the other.”
My parents emigrated from Argentina to the United States. White culture saw me as the Other and let me know. Argentine culture saw me as Gringa and let me know.
I am dyslexic. I spent years testing high in comprehension but had an extremely low reading level. My teacher would be 4 steps ahead of me; I was still stuck on step one.
As a teenager, I read lesbian sci-fi novels and dreamed about being with women. As a feminine woman, I felt rejected by butch lesbian culture. I felt unattractive to women. I got the message that, if I didn’t have short hair, boots and flannel, I would never have a female partner. I liked high heels, lipstick and everything pink, so I was doomed.
Oh, and another thing… I am a psychic. A profession that certainly makes you the Other. How can a charlatan be respected when you are out in the world certainly duping people?
But when you spend your life feeling like you don’t fit in, you learn to recognize and help your fellow travelers.
In the early 2000’s I was a little, baby psychic and many LGBTQ humans sought out my services. They wanted to work on their emotions and process their identity but the world of psychology hadn’t caught up to their consciousness level yet. One night, I dreamed that my first client was a man named George, but he was also a woman. It was a really powerful and healing dream. I woke up the next morning, went to work and walked into a waiting room full of all men and one person who appeared to be a woman. I walked right up to the “woman” and said, “Are you George?” I cannot tell you the joy on George’s face when he was seen as he truly was for the first time.
I strongly identify with people who feel oppressed by our modern day neon culture. The things that make me weird and quirky are also the things that make me a great healer.
Nobody here at Lotus Lantern Healing Arts fits in. We are all The Other. So we’re a safe place for you to be who you truly are.
-Rev. Liliana BarzolaKeep Reading
Dr. Deborah Hipp PhD, LAc, Owner at KayaKalp Acupuncture http://www.kayakalpacupuncture.com
Liliana’s grace and humor are infectious and encourage me to welcome each new day by looking for its new opportunities. Liliana is an amazing teacher. Working with her has encouraged me to trust my own intuitive gifts. She has also shared many effective tools for me as a practitioner.
Drew Vandiver Writer
This work has changed my vibration and perspective. Liliana helped me tune into the protective presence of my mom and it got me through an intense week. I had no idea of all the buried roots of fear I was holding. She is the star that guides the ship out of a storm, a mama bear of souls. I am eternally grateful.
Prashant Kakad Singer, Choreographer, DJ and Owner of Bollywood Dreams Entertainment http://www.PrashantKakad.com
Liliana is a delight to work with, even when the matters we are discussing are painful. She is funny, brutally honest and holds people in the highest regard. She brings an explorative, gentle and welcoming spirit to her teachings that always leave me feeling empowered.