Elly Molina's Press Kit


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Elly Molina’s Biography

Elly Molina is an international intuitive, psychic, author and leading expert in children’s psychic and intuitive development. She conducts workshops, provides readings and offers visionary consulting.  Elly was a featured speaker at both the 2015 nd 2017 IRVA Conference in New Orleans ( International Remote Viewing Association). She has appeared on NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox affiliates, as well as Tina Conroy’s, “Get Intuit Radio Show”, See Beyond Magazine's Expert's Corner and Living a Balanced Life and other podcasts.

Elly has been an intuitive and psychic all her life. For most of her life her abilities were kept secret from adults and peers. She practiced honing her abilities on her own and by the late 1980’s began working in the psychic realm.

 Elly holds a Master's Degree in Linguistics and has taught children and adults for more than three decades. She taught at major New York Universities, as well as overseas, and spent 27 years of her teaching career in the New York Public Educational System. During these years she began noticing everyone had innate psychic abilities. Elly began incorporating simple and subtle activities into her everyday teaching with tremendous results. Some of these results manifested in higher test scores and early college entrance for students.

 Psi­-Kids is her dream finally realized. It has been in the embryo stage for over 20 years, just waiting for the opportune time to introduce these concepts and work to the public. It is her most recent endeavor to introduce the public and specifically parents and their children to remote viewing. Her Amazon best seller “Children Who Know How To Know and ongoing workshops are specifically designed to do just this!

 She is the creator of a successful program, “Your Child's Powerful ID” (Intuitive Development).  She has been working with children between the ages of 4 to 17 and adults to safely explore, develop and train them in using and enhancing their psychic abilities. She has also created a program designed to assist parents who wish to contribute and help their child/children discover how high focused energy and empowering beliefs are necessary components in achieving psychic and intuitive experiences.

 Elly is the author of the Amazon best seller, "Children Who Know How To Know"  A resource guide for helping children develop and utilize their powerful intuitive abilities" She is a collaborator in the newly released book, Dancing in the Unknown  , without Award Winning Film Director, Betsy Chasse. Elly is the author of Annabelle and the Domino, an illustrated children's book.  Her books explore children’s psychic abilities and help inspire children and their parents to explore their own innate abilities.

 Elly is dedicated to helping children and adults develop and utilize their intuitive abilities, whereby enhancing experiences of everyday living and forging new realms of possibility in human potential. “Learning to use our intuition, one of our untapped human resources, is our birthright,” says Elly. “Intuition has recently been emerging into mainstream society as an important ingredient in what we consider genius and it is a subtle guide to enhancing our daily living. I have created Psi-Kids to bring it into mainstream culture and have everyone learn to use it as reliably and naturally as our other senses.”


Sample Interview Questions

You say psychic abilities enhance children’s/people’s lives.  In what way?

When children and adults trust their own judgment and honor their values, that is true empowerment. It aligns them with their highest good. In order to trust yourself, you need to know and believe you are acting on your best behalf. Learning to listen to the intuitive voice will provide access to your highest values and what is the best course of action for you. Children and adults learn to like themselves, and when they like themselves, they are able to like others as well and respect, admiration and appreciation for others and the world, results as just one of the benefits of learning to align yourself with your intuitive abilities.

How have psychic abilities enhanced your everyday life?

I’ve had to struggle with learning to trust what I would see and intuitively know. It was a hard path and one of the reasons I am dedicated to teaching children to trust themselves. I am genuinely blessed and grateful for the opportunity to help and assist people countless people improve their lives, prevent terrible mistakes and empower them to use their own abilities.

 What kind of response have you had from children and parents that have attended your workshops?

Parents and children love these workshops. They have immediate success and feel empowered. Parents enjoy this work as much ( if not more) than their children. As one child said, “I came feeling I was powerless. Now I know how powerful I am.” I’ve had parents reach out to tell me their children are still using what I taught them 4 years ago. “We want more” has been another response. Everyone enjoys the workshops and kids and parents are eager to have more of this experience for themselves. This is where the book and the online courses and DVDs will be handy. They can do this at home and have fun with it.

What are you currently working on?

I’m currently working on programs that will be available on line in the future and seminars to teach parents and educators how to do what I’ve been doing. The exercises are simple and fun. The rewards are many.

When did you become interested in teaching children to do Remote View and developing psychic abilities?

I’ve been teaching this for as long as I can remember. We didn’t call it remote viewing back in the day, we called it playing telepathy games. My friends used to love to watch TV, I used to love to teach them what I did, so they could do it, too. By the time I was 12 all my close friends were playing and practicing telepathic games with me.

What can you share about your parents program “VISIONARY NEUROCONSULTING  FOR PARENTS”?

In this consulting program we focus on language, thoughts and habits and patterns. We pay attention to dis-empowering conversations found in family dynamics, as well as one’s self talk. I then work with parents to alter self talk and family conversations through creating new habits. All the techniques are based on current neuroscientific research. It’s a dynamic program and results happen as quickly as after one session.

What is Remote Viewing? Can anyone do it?

Yes, anyone can remote view. The term was coined by physicists Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff, parapsychology researchers at Stanford Research Institute (SRI), to distinguish it from the closely related concept of clairvoyance. I have met both Russell and Harold and respect and admire their incredible work.

What are psychic abilities? Does everyone have them?

Everyone has psychic abilities. There are a variety of terms for them.

Here is a list of the most common terms used:

1. Clairvoyance: The ability to see pictures and symbols in your mind’s eye. Sometimes it’s only a quick thought.

2. Clairsentience: The feeling that hits you in your body also known as a gut feeling. Sometimes we can have the general feeling of unwellness, not understanding why this feeling is present, until the event has transpired, and the feeling leaves.

3. Clairaudience: The ability to hear voices and sounds other than your own.

4. Claircognizance: The ability to just know without cause.

5. Clairgustance: The ability to taste energetically (think of Matthew McConaughey in True Detective, when he tastes the metal at the crime scene).

What specific message are you conveying with your illustrated children’s book, “Annabelle and the Domino”?

Annabelle and the Domino is inspired by a true account. When children believe in themselves, are focused, patient and persistent, anything is achievable, even what most people deem is the impossible.

 Why do you encourage children to practice Remote Viewing?

Harold Puthoff, physics and psi researcher found the temporal lobes of the cortex of the brain were involved in remote viewing. Using more of your mind and in a different manner has unimaginable benefits.

 What practical applications does remote viewing have?

Remote viewers are called to assist police in missing persons, drug and human trafficking, helping find lost pets and objects. It is used and has been used successfully by governments since the 1970’s.

 What is your goal in writing Children Who Know How to Know ?

I believe we once knew how to use our psychic abilities the way we use our other senses. In my book, I explain why and how I believe we lost this ability. It is time to reteach it and rely on our intuition as we rely on our other senses.

When did you discover you were psychic and how did it change your life?

 I might have been 4 years old when I first starting seeing apparitions, shadow figures, and beings who had passed on. I wasn’t frightened, although I didn’t understand what to do with it. I shared with my parents. Unfortunately, they told me it was all my imagination and none of it was true.

When did you discover other peoples psychic abilities and how did it change your life?

When I was about 12 and we used to play telepathic games. It created a huge hunger in me to learn as much as I could at a time when I had to walk to the library and use the old catalog to look for books on the subject.

How did you learn about the pliability of children’s minds and therefore their heightened ability to learn remote viewing?

As a linguist, we learn about the brain and language acquisition and never stopped researching this. I am up to date on all the current research in the field of neuroscience.

How did you use mindfulness successfully in the school classroom?

I use it in the beginning of the day and throughout the day to take a break from school routine and to give the children a chance to relax and focus inward. Using mindfulness in the classroom teaches children to focus. It also teaches children there is a consciousness separate from their identity. It is a powerful tool in reducing stress, enhancing compassion, self esteem and creating children who understand and benefit from knowing there is a universal consciousness we are all a part of.


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Reviews

As a writer:

Magical!, March 25, 2013

 My boys and I had the pleasure of meeting the author and spend an intimate one on one conversation with her about the process of this amazing book. We were lucky enough to come home with an autographed copy .... we read it together in the evening and both my 11 and 8 year old boys were mesmerized by the magical unfolding in the book. It is a story of trust, faith and belief in the self and the power we poses to make all our dreams come true. It is about the strength in manifesting our reality and the world needs more of these wonderful enchanting stories to keep the spark alive in both young and old!
Highly recommend this book for anyone that believes in the power within. By Jasmin Dickerson  (Olympia, Washington)

 Such a Lovely Book!, September 7, 2012

Annabelle & the Domino is such a lovely book, quite unlike any other "children's book" I've read, and I suggest it to all adults too! The message of / idea of using one's heart and brain to accomplish something/anything is a message/idea for all: focus, intention, possibility, fruition; all key components for life in general... for a "children's book" to contain a "spark" for the imagination and creation is a gift for all. The illustrations are colorful, gentle and lovely, a reflection of the story itself.

By Sylvia 

 So inspiring!, February 17, 2012

"Annabelle and the Domino" is a wonderfully sweet book written to inspire children and adults to explore the possibilities of achieving the phenomenal with their mind. Based on a true store, Elly Molina does a beautiful job of telling the story of a young girl who learns to master her mind and a domino. My son and I love this story and reread it often to reinforce what we know to be true, we are all capable of achieving the miraculous.

By DM Flanagan 

 Magical, March 8, 2012

Elly Molina has a true gift for storytelling. I read the book to my eight year old niece and she found the story to be inspiring and interesting at the same time. It allows children to expand their imaginations. I can't wait until my daughter is old enough to read this book.

By Ellen Lipetsker 

 Great book, October 7, 2012

I don’t have any children bought the book for myself.  I am just learning about what you can do with your mind.  I have told all my friends about the book and they all want to read it.  Wish I had children to read it to and start them early on what you can do if you want to.

By SSully 

 Great book!, February 28, 2012

Wow, great book, my children 3,6,7 enjoyed very much, the exciting adventure, inspire in them, their creative thinking and also the possibility to explore. And how with perseverance the impossible become possible!!
I highly recommend this book...

By Mort 

 There is an amazing message in this book!, September 17, 2014

This is an amazing story for children. My daughters favorite part was when Annabelle was able to move the domino . The message of believing , trying and accomplishing is truly a bright message for children. I would highly recommend this book!

By Keri Hinsdale 

 Beautifully Written & Illustrated, January 25, 2012

Not only did my 6 year old son love this book, but his father and I did too. Beautifully illustrated and written, this book takes you away on an exciting adventure that leaves you all truly inspired to be like Annabelle!

By Kathy D

 My niece and nephew both loved this book. They were totally inspired by what it has to teach. the illustrations are beautiful and the book is well written. I would highly recommend this book to anyone!

By Matt 

As a presenter/workshop leader

 Here’s what two recent participants in one of Elly’s Workshop shared:

 At the workshop, I saw a snowy mountain picture while I was blindfolded, using my ball of light energy to look inside the treasure chest. I drew a picture of Mt. Rainier. I was excited because I basically saw right through the box, because there was a picture of a snowy mountain.

O. Age 11

 At the workshop we were blindfolded so we could use our energy to see what was in a treasure box. I got most of them partially correct. I was pleased by how much I learned about our powers and what I already knew inside of me.  Thank you Elly!

Very thankfully,

Ziya L., Age 10


 Newsletter Samples

Newsletter, August 26, 2015

Our purpose here at Psi-kids is to empower children. Children want to be understood, accepted and loved. They want to do well and achieve and it is genuinely their desire to please their parents and help. For parents, this may not feel like the truth at times, only truly, after working with thousands of children, over the course of 37 years, I can vouch for this being true. Children look to adults for guidance and acceptance.

A few years ago, I wrote an illustrated children’s book for kids of all ages, titled,   Annabelle and the Domino. I was teaching at a private school at the time, and genuinely inspired by the openness of the children to learn about their mind’s potential. One of the girls in my class really took the message of the book and shared the following with me four years after being involved in our Mindfulness and Intuitive Heart program. Here’s what she shared:

“This book sums up my life. If you believe in yourself, then you can do it. It doesn’t just go for moving objects, as Annabelle did, it goes for reaching to the limits and breaking through the limits our minds have set. Erase the thoughts you can’t do it. You have the potential, no matter what, if you just realize it. I don’t think any of us have realized how much our brain can do and how much potential we have. Annabelle and the Domino teaches us we can break through the limits. Just do it” -  Ziya Laura

Ziya gets it. She was 8 years old at the time of this quote and 6  when Annabelle and the Domino first came out. She’s grown into a beautiful young woman. She’s confident, knows who she is and is not afraid to speak up for her beliefs and trusts her judgment and intuition. She strives for the best. She puts herself out there, takes risks, and if she doesn’t succeed, she’ll go for it again and again. This is courage. This is self confidence. This is a psi-kid.

Our purpose at Psi-kids is to teach children how powerful they are. Through psychic games and activities we provide kids with immediate, measurable results demonstrating how powerful they already are. We then add Mindfulness & Intuitive Heart Development, equipping children with a language that fosters emotional intelligence and demonstrating our interconnectedness with one another on the planet. We teach children how to connect with their heart and others. It’s a beautiful experience to watch a child be compassionate, loving, caring, and confident.

This is what we wish for all children on the planet. We encourage you to join us. Why not participate with your child in our  weekly remote view, submit your results to us, and have fun.

If you are interested in hosting or scheduling a workshop in your area or your child's school, please contact us. We’re currently in the process of planning for December, 2018 and into 2019. I am also available for consulting. We’ve been working with experts in the field of neuropsychology and can provide insights with helping you create enhanced communication and new habits with your children.

The remote view weekly will be posted at 12 noon pacific time, so make sure to check your results from last week.

Enjoy your summer days and we look forward to hearing from you!

 

Love,
The Psi-Kids Team  


 

Newsletter, July 29, 2015

In last week’s Newsletter I mentioned why we show children how psychic they are immediately. This confidence booster provides a pathway for us to begin our greater and deeper work, which is to empower children and teach them how to tap into their own knowingness, learn to make healthy choices and learn to have a voice in a world where adults often times impose values and beliefs opposite to what a child intuitively knows as truth.

One of the many reasons I chose to leave the structure of the public educational system was directly related to my witnessing interactions with children, educators and administrators.

A few months ago I was hired to come into a 4th grade class as a substitute for the classroom teacher. It was a ¾ day position, which meant I met the teacher prior to her leaving for her meeting. She showed me a desk separated from the other children.

“John sits here”, she said. “He’s obstinate-defiant. He’s also very manipulative and will try to win you over”, she said, smiling at me. “He has a sheet to give you at the end of each unit. He gets a smiley face for cooperating and a sad face if he doesn’t”.

“What do you mean by cooperating?” I asked.  “If he participates and doesn’t annoy you and doesn’t refuse to do the work”, she said. ”He is very stubborn and angry and we have a lot of problems with him. Watch out for him”, and then she left.

I had some immediate thoughts about the entire exchange. I had just been set up so that I would view John as disruptive and hard to get along with. I was also told I needed to “watch out for him” and yet he was only a 4th grader! I figured I had a few choices right now, and I’d just let John be John and see what was going to happen.

The kids arrived from their music class and took their seats. John was cooperative, pleasant, participated and I had absolutely no problems with him. I gave him a bunch of smiley faces on his paper and noticed there had been a sad face from earlier, prior to me being there. I asked John, “ Why is there a sad face here”.  He looked at me and said, “ I told the teacher I want to do the work by myself. She keeps telling me I can’t do it by myself and I have to work with the aid. I asked the aid to let me work by myself and she kept telling me no, I needed to have her work with me. I got angry and tore up the paper, and then the teacher had me leave the room”. He looked at me and nearly began to cry.

I asked, “ Did you think your teacher wasn’t listening to you?” He then began to cry and said, “ She doesn’t listen to me. She is always yelling at me and telling me I don’t know how to do it and I have to work with the aid. I want to do it by myself. I want to try and when I tell her I want to do it alone, she starts yelling at me. I’m so sad cause I have the same thing at home. I live with my grandma, ‘cause my mom can’t take care of me.

 Is a child who wants to do things himself and learn on his own really obstinate and defiant? Have you ever wanted to refuse someone’s help because you wanted to do it alone? John has been ostracized from the other children. He has been labeled and he is probably on medication to keep him from expressing his anger and frustration.  

 Before the end of the class, after the last smiley face had been placed on John’s paper, I pulled out my traveling treasure trove. “There is an object in this box. I’m going to have you close your eyes and see with your eyes closed”. I then walked the children through a short visualization I use in my workshops. I had them draw what they saw. When I opened the treasure trove and revealed the feather inside the box, the children pretty much lost their cool. There was laughter and talking and sharing and animation. The kids were alive. John showed me his drawing, which looked a lot like a feather! He beamed and it totally melted my heart.

“Can you come back tomorrow and teach us?, he asked. “ I like you”, he said and smiled.
“I like you, too John”, I replied. 

“Let’s see if there is something you can practice saying to your teacher so that you won’t get in trouble with her again tomorrow”. We came up with a simple sentence he would share with her.

“ Mrs. Patterson, I would like to do the work alone. If I need help, I will raise my hand.”

I left  feeling saddened from the situation. The smile on his face, and his good bye hug, would be a memory and reminder of the work there is to do with children.

What happens to all the other children like John, who are misunderstood, made wrong, hushed, medicated and invalidated day after day in a system that does not support the greatness of our young people?

Right now we are scheduling for the Fall 2015. We would be honored to come to your child’s school or an establishment in your community so we can begin working with you and your children. Let’s take the first steps together and allow us to demonstrate in a matter of minutes, the amazing power and potentials you and your children have within yourselves.

Our introductory workshop provides the platform for this. You can reach us at:
www.psi-kids.com or call 1-360-894-2936 to set up your group’s session.
 We appreciate you all and look forward to making a difference in the lives of our future leaders. For those of you who participated in this week’s remote view, the target is up and viewable on our website. We encourage you to practice, participate and help us change the conversations in education and begin to create the new paradigms of the elevated consciousness we are currently living into.


 With love and joy!

The Psi-kids Team