Monday, August 13, 2012

The joys of modern technology!

I'm getting used to the great new booking system, even on a day off I can still arrange readings when you call (204) 504 9575, if I am not available you can leave a message and I return your call. Thanks to call forwarding, I can be going for a walk and still be doing this! Also people have the option of calling directly through the venue(s) that I am reading at.

Right now my primary location (that I am greatly enjoying) is Elemental Book and Curiosity Shop at 355 Langside St. (just steps from Portage) the number there is (204) 779 8900.

Thanks again too to Blackletter Books (my previous location) for passing along this contact info.

I am somewhat more flexible in terms of hours and as we get into the back to school season my schedule is prepared to accomodate with some morning and evening times available as well as extended times on Fridays and Saturdays. I am still (generally) working Tuesdays to Saturdays, with Sundays and Mondays being my weekend.

I look forward to seeing many familiar and new people in the next while, hope your summer is restful and constructive, mine has been an interesting adventure!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

A Little Video A Friend Put Together

My very good and creative friend Charlie put together the following video about me, I'm honored and delighted :) Thanks too to Elemental Book and Curiosity Shop!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Lovely Neighborhood

A little Vlog about the new neighborhood around the primary location I'm reading at these days

Thursday, April 12, 2012

First attempt at "Vlogging"

I'm always interested in new ways of sharing and in response to some inquiries about internet accessibility, I'm taking some very cautious steps.This is my first "Vlog" (short for video blogging) entry. A bit awkward but I think I'm getting the hang of it. This was done at home in a room with good light, but I've since worked out how to do it from work so, hopefully I'll look a little more polished in future!
It's only 3 minutes long but I thought I'd stop before I got too tongue tied :)

Thursday, March 29, 2012

On Blogradio tomorrow, March 30th!

I am honored to be a guest tomorrow on the blogradio show of Dr. Michael Likey. His (newly released) book and radio show bring together a number of modalities of inner work and he has some very interesting guests as well as lots of his own insight.
Although he is now based in BC, he has roots here in Winnipeg and our paths have crossed from time to time over the years. The show airs at 2:30 but there are podcasts archived that you can listen to at leisure. Here is the link:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drmichaellikey/2012/03/30/dr-likey-the-science-of-the-soul-guest-trevor
This page will also link to his own website which covers the wide array of resources and services he offers.
I'm really looking forward to exploring this new (to me) medium of sharing!

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Upcoming radio spot

Brenda Johnson has asked me to be an occaisonal guest on her radio show "These Changing Times" on local University Of Winnipeg radio station CKUW 95.9 FM, The show airs on Sundays at 1:30 PM and is generally about astrological trends and our changing world. Brenda is quite insightful and our discussions are always fun, with me usually sharing the trends I see in readings and the relationship of elements to Tarot and it's symbolism, as well as the issues I see people working through in the intuitive / psychic aspects of my work.

This month I will be on the February 12th  AND 19th shows, at 1:30PM. With Valentines Day coming up, we will be talking about relationships, romance, attraction and distraction, it should be a lot of fun! If you can't tune in at that time there are also podcasts available on the shows archive (usually available within 24 hrs of airing) that can be listened to online or downloaded. Here is the show's archive link:
http://ckuw.ca/programs/detail/these-changing-times/
for more information about Brenda's astrological services, available in person or by Skype, visit her website at:
http://www.shamanictimes.com/

Monday, December 5, 2011

Tis the Season

Here we are in December 2011, time to look back on a year of challenge and change and to be close with the people and things that count. I always find December to be a month of extremes and an especially  important time to just be in the moment, whether that's a quiet walk in the snow or the need to be patient when standing in line in a crowded mall.

For myself, the holidays have become much simpler in the last few years. Most of the kids in my family have grown, some of my family lives out of town. My mother (she is 84) and I will probably have a quiet afternoon together and dinner. There's also some holiday gatherings and areas of community where I sometimes volunteer and it's always wonderful to see people who come back to Winnipeg for a visit.

For many people, the holidays are also a traditional time for readings, whether it's the Solstice, New Years or just the fact that we have a little free time. Sometimes there's a last minute rush to get in (so it's good to book ahead to ensure a time that is convenient for yourself and friends).

Amid all the hustle and bustle, many of my friends and clients work with and contribute to charities; one that I heard of recently is WISH - Women In Secondary Housing, which helps women and families transitioning away from abusive situations. I have done readings for charity fundraisers from time to time, I have had a lot of fun working with Gio's Cares and they have helped many people locally through individual gift packages as well as donations to many areas of service. I also have a personal grattitude to the Christmas Cheer Board.

Some other local suggestions are:
Children's Hospital
http://manitoba.mcc.org/
If anyone would like to post additional suggestions for local charities, feel free to use the "post a comment" feature (below this article)

However you observe this special time of year, whether in gratitude for abundance or if you are struggling, I wish you all the very best for 2012. Stay close, stay safe and as our little planet makes another trip round the sun, remember we are all in this together!
Much Love,
Trev.