Psychic Medium Ed

Welcome June

Summer Solstice


there's nothing to do

and too much—

the lawn, paths, woods

were never so green

white blossoms of every

size and shape—hydrangea,

Chinese dogwood, mock orange

spill their glistening—

Inside, your photographs

and books stand guard

in orderly array. Your

half of the bed is smooth,

the pillows plump, the phone

just out of reach beyond it.

No one calls early—they

remember your late hours.

The shades are down, so

sunlight's held at bay

though not the fabulous winged

song of summer birds

waking me as ever, always in our

favorite room, our season.

Yesterday's mail on the desk

newspaper, unread. Plans for the day

hover bright out all our doors—

Don't think of evening.

~Rose Styron

Flag Day

Father's Day

Summer Solstice

~ If June be sunny, harvest comes early.

June damp and warm does the farmer no harm.

“There are moments, above all, on June evenings, when the lakes that hold our moons are sucked into the earth, and nothing is left but wine and the touch of a hand.”

Fathers Day

Rules for Dads….

Be patient, be funny, Give gifts, lend money,

Make jokes, teach stuff, Fix things, Be tough, Be gentle, Be fair

Make time, Be there, Help out, give hugs, Be treasured, Be Loved.

Dad, thank you for sharing your wisdom, your love, and your life. I have learned so much from you and now, I’m sharing what you taught me with my own son. You may not know it, but you’re teaching my son because of how you taught me.

Spirit Animal (Dog)

The meaning of the dog indicates adventure, excitement, and something new. When the dog spirit animal appears to you, be very excited because something exhilarating awaits!

Just like the rat, it also symbolizes curiosity and how you should never stop being curious. When something interests you, do not hesitate to ask questions and seek the answers.

Your dog totem also encourages you to evaluate the people who have treated you badly and how you are dealing with them.

Do not let their existence affect you, because it does nothing for you but make you feel bad and live in uncertainty.

Another common dog meaning is loyalty. Count yourself lucky if you have this trait, because it takes strength of character to be loyal to someone or something.

Know that you are blessed when there are people loyal to you. They will stick with you even during times you are most unlovable.

The meaning of the dog also speaks about patience, reliability, and obedience. It focuses on protection, guardianship, and service.

The dog spirit animal is a noble animal. It is selfless, and never asks for praise or expects anything in return.


" What is one to say about June-the time of perfect young summer, the fulfillment of the promise of earlier months, and with as yet no sign to remind one that its fresh young beauty will ever fade?"

- Gertrude Jekyll

How true is that Gertrude Jekyll quote? And never more so, it feels, than this June. Fulfilling the promise of previous months when we too lay dormant. Waiting for sunnier days. And now, finally, we can poke our heads out. The warmth and light of summer bring so much enrichment in sight, scent, touch, and taste. Perhaps part of the spirituality of summer is an invitation to a more contemplative approach to ordinary things: the feel and scent and taste of food, of flowers and plants, sea air, sunlight and warmth, fresh wind and the sound of cities, streets, and gardens unusually alive.

May has been a busy month for our family. We went in and out of the mountains as our new home started to take place. We are excited to finally make our move during this month of June. We will have some incredible views as we overlook the mountains at a peak of around 2500 ft. We are looking forward to some gardening and simply sitting on the front porch on those beautiful mountain days. School took a final curtain call for our son, the freshman who will be entering tenth grade as a sophomore in the fall. Testing was a roller coaster ride of anxiety for him as his finals were the last two days of school. He had a huge sigh of relief the final afternoon when I picked him up. He is looking forward to grabbing his fishing pole and doing some fly fishing in hopes of some rainbow trout.

We visited Mom and Dad at their mountain home over Mother’s Day. It was a rainy day but still beautiful. We cooked at home and set out on the porch gazing at the mountains. Mom recognized us but we could see the decline in her cognitive abilities. She had fallen a few times and had a few bumps and bruises. We bought her a stuffed animal sloth that she held onto the entire time we were with her. When we called later in the month Dad stated that she was still carrying it around. Dad needed the few hours of having someone else around just to walk away for a few moments. I often take a back seat and ponder why. Why do things happen to such wonderful people? Why do I get frustrated or cry when no one is around? Why do I find it so hard to do such simple things with mom? Sometimes I think it would be so much easier if I were more like our Belgium Springer Spaniel. Always forgiving. Never holding grudges. Trusting that when asked to do something it is for the best. And just doing it. As I get older in life, I cross a bit of a perception barrier and realize that life is not always fair, but we cannot wait for what is to come. We should enjoy as much as we can while we can. My hope is that a cure for dementia/Alzheimer’s is close, and this disease will no longer be.

This quote says it all.

“If you want to be happy, do not dwell in the past, do not worry about the future, focus on living fully in the present.”

Seize life, Love life, so that when it inevitably ends, and the final piece is put in place, the picture might not be as complete as we would like, but it is as wonderful as we could get it. There might be disappointments, but few if any regrets.

Onward, my friend. Facing forward but honoring the past and the people who got us this far.
I'll write again next month. In the meantime, have a great June.
Sending love,



Did You Know

Did you know June’s full Moon occurs on Saturday, June 3? It reaches peak illumination at 11:43 P.M. (EDT). June’s full Moon—typically the last full Moon of spring or the first of summer—has traditionally been called the Strawberry Moon. This “Strawberry Moon” name has been used by Native American Algonquian tribes that live in the northeastern United States as well as the Ojibwe, Dakota, and Lakota peoples to mark the ripening of “June-bearing” strawberries that are ready to be gathered. The Haida term Berries Ripen Moon reflects this as well. As flowers bloom and early fruit ripens, June is a time of great abundance for many.

June 5 is World Environment Day—a day meant to raise environmental awareness across the globe.

June 14 is Flag Day (U.S.). Be sure to raise the flag! Learn about the U.S. Flag Code, which provides guidelines for displaying the American flag properly.

June 18 is Father’s Day this year.

June 19 is Juneteenth (also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day). On this day in 1865, Union General Gordon Granger read the Emancipation Proclamation aloud in Galveston, Texas, effectively liberating enslaved people in the state, which had thus far been beyond control of the Union Army.

June 21 is the summer solstice, which heralds the start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s the day with the most hours of daylight, so enjoy! In the Southern Hemisphere, winter begins at this time.

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day (Canada). This holiday is meant to remind Canadians of the contributions of the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples.

June 24 brings Midsummer Day, traditionally the midpoint of the growing season, halfway between planting and harvesting. It is celebrated in many cultures on the night of June 23, as Midsummer Eve.

June 28 is the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots—a watershed moment for LGBT rights in the United States. To honor this event, June is designated as Pride month.

Here are more fun things to celebrate this June:

June 1: Say Something Nice Day; June 3: Chimborazo Day; June 6: National Yo-Yo Day
June 8: Upsy Daisy Day; June 21: Go Skateboarding Day; June 30: Asteroid Day

June’s birth flowers are the rose and the honeysuckle. A rose in general indicates love or desire. Specific roses may relay other messages. For example, a white rose may mean “silence” or “new beginnings,” while a yellow rose signifies “jealousy.” The honeysuckle denotes the bonds of love, or generous and devoted affection.

June’s birth flowers are the rose and the honeysuckle. A rose in general indicates love or desire. Specific roses may relay other messages. For example, a white rose may mean “silence” or “new beginnings,” while a yellow rose signifies “jealousy.” The honeysuckle denotes the bonds of love, or generous and devoted affection.

Gemini and Cancer are June zodiac signs.

Gemini (May 21–June 21). Airy, masculine, flexible, barren. Related to hands, arms, shoulders, collarbone, lungs, and nervous system. Planetary ruler is Mercury.
Cancer (June 22–July 22). Watery, feminine, movable, very fruitful. Related to the breasts, stomach, and mouth. Ruler is the moon.

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Dear Katelyn,

I tried a psych-k session with you a couple of weeks ago and loved it! I am so curious how you got into offering it, why you began offering it, and what your experience has been with it.

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I am so glad you loved your Psych-K® session with me! I got into Psych-K® happenstance. I traded services with some Psych-K® facilitators we share our office with and towards the end of my first session I knew I needed to be able to offer it to my clients. Not as its own modality, even though that’s what I’ve been doing to get people familiar with it, but as an added tool to how I am already conducting readings.

I started to feel like I was hitting too many hurdles with clients and their self-limiting beliefs. How can I advise on love when I am talking to an individual who truly and subconsciously believes that they do not deserve healthy and fulfilling love?

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The energy shift I’ve seen from using Psych-K® as a tool coupled with my intuitive abilities has been amazing! Remarkable! Incredible! There are no words.

I am still offering Psych-K® as a stand-alone service though the end of June, and I hope those reading will consider seeing for yourself.

In my own life and practice it has really changed the way I think and speak to myself internally. We are all our biggest critics, but now when those (use to be) familiar negative thoughts start to seep in they are unable to complete themselves. It’s both the most odd and magical thing.

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Tarot of the Month

June can make us feel unsettled or not rooted in our life and relationships. Focus on starting to get comfortable with the uncomfortable.

The three cards pulled are for the 30 days. The first card being the first ten days, the second card being the next ten days, and the last card being the remaining eleven days. (Faerie Tarot Published by U.S. GAMES SYSTEMS, INC. By Nathalie Hertz)

1st Card: Knight of Wands:

This fairy knight, free and independent, symbolizes unexpected change and movement. Without ties to hold him back, he begins his journey. Here he stands at the threshold to an unknown world. 29 His wand provides a guiding light. His proud palomino horse, a trustful partner, will lead him. His passion for adventure has begun. Divinatory Meanings: A sudden departure, a wished-for change, moving. An advantageous position. Honesty, initiative. An energetic friend. Journeys. Cancelled plans, delays. Dissatisfactions and arguments, uncertainties. A break in a relationship, an emotional rupture that will be painful. A hardened rivalry.

2nd Card: Page of Cups :

This dreamer fairy, full of innocence, encourages our passion and creativity. Playing his lute, he offers his music to both fauna and flora as a sign of respect. He pays homage to his peaceful and serene surroundings by softly singing its praises. Divinatory meaning: A blond young man, timid, quiet and studious, a loyal and helpful person. An invitation, an offer, good news. Availability, intuition, mediation. A youthful love. Disillusionment in a friendly relationship, intrigue, susceptibility. Complications, seduction and attraction towards an unknown

3rd Card: Temperance:

This young, attentive, fairy calmly decants water, the element of purification and inspiration. Water, a vital fluid providing fertile energy, follows its course, like the flow of life. This card indicates regeneration, continuity, creative genius, spontaneity, and the capacity to connect the various aspects of existence. The temperance card represents the spread of knowledge, and the fusion of the earthly with the spiritual. It guides all beings towards benevolence and a happy balance.. Divination Meanings: Harmony, serenity, peace, sweetness, devotion. Positive influences and change, hopes realized. Sympathies, communication, friendship. Good surprises, a birth. Dispersal, impatience, lack of reserve, whims. Absence of communication, discord, incomprehension. Unstable situations.



The magic of the Wheel of the Year is that it is symbolic of the journey of the human soul.

As the Earth moves through the seasons, it reminds us of our deeper purpose in incarnating... what we are really here for, and what our full potential is.

The Sun is and always has been symbolic of the highest Divinity. It is at this height of summer at solstice when the Sun's power reaches its zenith.

This represents our spirit's ascension to the Divine -- the reunion of self with Divinity.

And the joy we feel at Summer Solstice is a mere sampling of that supreme bliss!

The spiritual meaning of the summer solstice is tied to warmth, fertility, and harvest. Celebrate energetically!

The summer solstice usually falls on June 21st each year. It is the longest day of the year (in the Northern Hemisphere) and marks the official beginning of summer. Many traditions all over the world celebrate the summer solstice as a special day for fertility, sensuality, and the bounty of the harvest. In other words, it is a good day for a party.

Spiritually, summer is the season of the year where we are most connected to our bodies and the natural world. Flowers are blooming and fruits and vegetables are ripe for the harvest. There is an abundance of food, energy, and light—so much so that some of us have a harder time sleeping around this time. We are receiving the heat and nourishment of the sun, which many of us have been craving since the darker, colder seasons of the year.

Celebrate Energetically

Many northern countries are especially enamored of this festival when the winter nights are exceptionally long, and the summer nights extremely short. Sweden is especially known for its midsummer festivities, which include wearing flower wreaths and dancing around a maypole. Iceland holds a three-day Midnight Sun festival with music and bonfires.

Energetically, the summer season is extroverted and physical in nature. While the darker seasons are a good time to connect with spirit in terms of our intuitive abilities and what is on the “other side,” the bright half of the year is the time to commune with physical nature, the plant and animal spirits, and what’s on “this side.” It is also a time for honoring and connecting to our bodies through movement, enjoying local foods that are in season, and spending time with others.

Harvest Winter Solstice Goals

It is harvest time, a time of completion in the Wheel of the Year. At midsummer, consider the work you have been doing over the course of the last year, especially since the winter solstice, which is a time for setting intentions. Look at the actions you have been doing and whether they have been in alignment with your goals. Celebrate your wins and acknowledge your losses. This is a time to let go of what is no longer serving you.

The months following the summer solstice are meant to be a time of slowing down and enjoying the fruits of your harvest. Many people take time off in the summer, and that is natural for the rhythm of the year. Summers are meant to be enjoyed, and while the sun can give us some extra energy in some ways, the excess heat can also make it easy for us to do too much. We can get overheated and irritated. During this time, we should be focusing on enjoying and maintaining the work that we did in the dark part of the year. When the fall returns, it will be time to begin again, to set new intentions, to return to our internal work. Now is the time to enjoy our bodies, our relationships, and the natural world.

Honor the Spiritual Meaning of the Summer Solstice

· Spend time in nature: go for a hike or visit a local botanical garden to enjoy the flower displays.

· Go to the beach, which balances the elements of sun and water.

· Have a bonfire (in a safe place) with your community or family.

· Rest, especially in the hot parts of the afternoon.

· Write down your wins from this year and celebrate yourself—have a special dinner or even a party.

· Spend time with water, including cooling baths, sprinklers, water parks, or wherever you can access it.

· Eat local fruits and vegetables that are ripe and in season, ideally from a farmer’s market.

· Make love.


Until you spread your wings

you'll have no idea

how far you can fly


June bugs and beetles have deep-rooted symbolism attached to them that dates all the way back to Egyptian times. Some things that a June bug may symbolize include protection, success, intuition, and balance.

While most people consider June bugs a pest, they are actually a fortunate sign. There are many different cultures that consider them quite lucky including the Mayans and Egyptians. June Bugs symbolize protection. With their hard outer shells, June bugs have been considered to bring protection to those who see them. June bugs and beetles in nature are quite tough and go through many things throughout their short lives. They can withstand nature and all of her elements which make them a great sign of persistence and protection. If you encounter a June bug it can possibly be a sign from the universe that you are being protected by forces that you are unaware of. It could also be a sign to work on your own outer shell and to start protecting yourself from those around you who wish to bring you harm.

Beetles and June bugs have been said to bring with them career developments, success, and material gain. Now do not get too excited, June bugs cannot bring success overnight but seeing one is a sign that you are on the right path. Beetles are notorious for pushing forward to complete their goals and seeing a June bug is a sign that you must nurture this quality within yourself. If you have been working hard lately, have been waiting on a promotion, or a job opportunity, this is a sign that the universe is aligning with your wants and needs. Of course, just like the June bug, you will need to continue working hard for any of these things to come to fruition.

June bugs and beetles are almost one with the earth and have an uncanny intuition, this is a sign that you need to ground yourself to find your own. Not only do they have great intuition and knowledge of how the earth feels and moves, but they are also grounded as they bury themselves into the earth. If your life has been chaotic lately this is a sign from the universe telling you to work on grounding yourself just like a June bug. Grounding yourself is a sure way to find the roots of your problems, your innermost desires, and to start working on your goals from the ground up.

Beetles and June bugs are balanced by nature and seeing one denotes that you may be struggling with your own balance in life. June bugs are strong forces of nature that know exactly what to do and when to do it. In our modern-day world, we may struggle to balance work, family, and fun. This is a sign from the universe to take a step back, re-evaluate your situation, and then take the necessary steps forward.


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Upcoming Events 2023

Ed (Psychic Medium Ed) will be in the office at Wise Wolf Wellness June 3, June 6, June 7 and June 10. He will also be available for 30 minute sessions only virtually throughout the month.

Katelyn will be in the office at Wise Wolf Wellness and virtually all month.

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