Get your Qi on!

By: Anita Rosenberg – Spiritualist
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Qi (pronounced Chee) is the life force energy in all things. In Feng Shui, the belief is that everything is alive and everything is connected. Of course, some things are more alive than others like a rock and a table hopefully possesses less Qi than you or your Uncle Saul!
When I am feeling depleted and need a boost to my Qi energy there are few magical tools I use and fortunately, there are a few amazing experts in Los Angeles that are on my spiritual maintenance team:


Crystal layouts are all about aligning your Chakras. Chakras are the 7 energy points in your body – crown, third-eye, throat, heart, solar plexus, sacral and root. A pendulum is used to see where your body is blocked. Usually, my feet are not grounded because I tend to float. But that is just me. Your issue could be your heart chakra is blocked or your throat (communication) area needs to be worked on.
Nick Newmont is my go-to expert in Crystal Layouts. He is also a psychic, healer and certified hypnotherapist in Los Angles. We have been working together for over 25 years. Nick is also who I call on for my paranormal needs when working with Feng Shui clients who have uncooperative spirits who won’t go into the light.

Nick Newmont


Emotional Freedom Technique is a powerful took for unblocking personal blocks to success and happiness. It is an enlightening experience of self-awareness and release. I worked with Patti to tap into frustrations I was having with certain people and situations and after a 90-minute session I felt lighter and happier and was able to actually laugh at all the things I was previously upset about.
Born in Glasglow, Scotland Patti Penn was young when her family opened the door to Celtic mystics, holistic healers and martial art teachers. She is one of Los Angeles’s leading advocates of Emotional Freedom Technique as well as being a Reiki practitioner and teacher.
Patti Penn – Pause in Joy
Plum Blossom Yi Ching is the ancient Chinese art of fortune telling. Most Westerners know the western approach translated from Chinese to German and then to English by Wilhelm Baynes in 1950. Why not go straight to the source and work with the original material that comes from the Book of Changes started in the Shang Dynasty (1766-1050 BC)? I learned Plum Blossom Yi Ching from my teacher, Master Joey Yap. It is a sub-system of Yi Ching and gives clear specific guidance to any problem or situation.
My story: I was looking for a new art studio and consulted the Yi. It told me to GO EAST. Everyday I went East with no results. I asked again, “Be more specific – where will I find my new art studio?” And then I got: GO EAST, ON A MAIN STREET, in a SQUARE BOX, inside a TEMPLE. That day, I saw a sign and made an appointment to see a space and when I got out of my car I got goose bumps because it was located EAST of me, on a MAIN STREET, in a SQUARE building and across the street was a CHURCH and on the first floor was a Buddhist Meditation TEMPLE. I had found my new studio!
I invite you to work with me using this magical tool for guidance on important life issues you are going through. Ask a question and receive a 15-minute personal phone reading.
Plum Blossom Yi Ching – Anita Rosenberg

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