Psi-Kids First Blog

Welcome to our first Blog post and Newsletter where we will cover various topics pertaining to helping you and your child develop your powerful intuitive and psychic abilities.  I've got lots to share with you and am excited to do so.

I've been an educator since 1975.  I first began teaching Adults, then worked as an Adjunct in Colleges in New York & New Jersey.  I went on to teach Middle School, High School, Preschool and Elementary School.  During these years, I also worked part-time as a Psychic.

I read a post in Quora from Elon Musk’s former wife, Justine Musk when she responded to a submitted question. She says, “Choose one thing and become a master of it.  Choose a second thing and become a master of that.  When you become a master of two worlds (say, engineering and business), you can bring them together in a way that will a) introduce hot ideas to each other, so they can have idea sex and make idea babies that no one has seen before and b) create a competitive advantage because you can move between worlds, speak both languages, connect the tribes, mash the elements to spark fresh creative insight until you wake up with the epiphany that changes your life.”

 I didn’t realize I had done this with my experience in education and my psychic abilities until I stood looking at my what passion for both fields had created. This was Psi-kids.

I had named this project many other things over the past 10 years and although I felt I was ahead of my time for so many years, I never gave up on my dream.

 Psi-kids had its genesis back in 2004, when the movie the Secret was released.  It was time now for me to take what I had been creating for years and make it known. By 2006, I begin with a very small group of students, namely my own English classes at a NYC public school. I began to weave the language of success and possibility into every conversation. The students participated in the Student Peace Alliance  and through special invitation only, were able to attend a United Nations gathering where Arun Gandhi spoke on non-violence.  The language we used during class changed and students became aware of their words, their thoughts and intentions while speaking. Our class was able to raise over $400.00 through artistic creations designed and implemented by the students. It was a glorious time for them and it was no surprise that the state exams reflected the growth and development that had begun to take place for these young adults. We worked on creating success for their abilities through changing their language.

 For today, I’d like to bring your awareness to the role language plays in our lives. We now know that much of our world is created through our language. We know our thoughts become things.

This week, as you begin to sow the seeds of intuitive and psychic development for yourself and your child/children, practice omitting a few words from your vocabulary and have your kids remove these words, too. Start simply  and start gently. Make it a game. I like to call it “ Catch the Word”. Omit these words this week without making yourself or others wrong if it takes them a bit longer to catch on.  Omit the word SHOULD. Should implies obligation and makes another person or yourself wrong. There’s never a good feeling when you use the word Should, so get rid of it and replace it with something more empowering.  Another word to lose is  CAN’T. This is one of the hardest to lose and requires a lot of awareness. Substituting something else for these two words will open up new possibilities for all of you. Give these two a whirl this week and get back to me. I’d love to hear what opened up and how you felt and your experiences after making such a small and tremendous change!


If you were among the participants who peeked inside our Treasure Chest this week, thank you for participating and we wish you to continue playing, growing and sharing this work if you feel inspired to do so.  We know practice increases our abilities!!

And here are the results for this week’s Remote View:

Looking forward to connecting next week.

Love and blessings,

Elly and the Psi-Kids Team