Ever feel “unstuck in time”?

For many years, I bounced back and forth through time as I remembered past lives. It took patience and perseverance to sort out what was happening and to stay grounded and centered in my daily life. It was challenging…and also rewarding. I am pleased to share the stories of eight past lives in my newContinue reading “Ever feel “unstuck in time”?”

Rooting for Truth – A Legacy Lives On

Rooting for truth has taken a new dimension for me. Two years ago, I found a nugget that turned out to be a gold vein. The veins grew and grew until I traveled to Beijing in October where I was able to meet Lei Zhangbao and his family. He is a direct descendant of YangshiContinue reading “Rooting for Truth – A Legacy Lives On”

Conversations with a Hungry Ghost

I’ve been a little preoccupied lately since my return from the Rooting trip to China, but it’s all good because I finally finished the Kindle of my book, Conversations with a Hungry Ghost: Memoir of a Reluctant Medium. It will be released March 25th. The print version will follow soon afterward. Watch my Events page for upcomingContinue reading “Conversations with a Hungry Ghost”

Rooting for Truth 寻找真相 Becoming a Sojourner

Becoming a Chinese American was not my father’s goal, at least not in the beginning of his sojourns to the Gold Mountain. Like his father (Louie Mow) and his grandfather (Louie Fat), he intended to create wealth in the land across the sea and return home a successful Gold Mountain man. They intended to stayContinue reading “Rooting for Truth 寻找真相 Becoming a Sojourner”

Rooting for Truth 寻找真相 Reflections

Thirty-one years ago, I started out on a similar journey. China re-opened its doors in the 1970s after over two decades. I was determined to learn more about my father’s homeland even though he would not answer my questions about his life in China prior to his immigration to the U.S. I was clueless ofContinue reading “Rooting for Truth 寻找真相 Reflections”