Tanya has assisted people with the meaning of their dreams for over 35 years, having become interested in dreams at a young age when she discovered the life and teachings of Edgar Cayce, a 20th Century Intuitive, Medical Clairvoyant, and Prophet.

Study and practice of the dream teachings of Edgar Cayce and the meditation techniques of Zen Master and Mystic Thich Nhat Hanh, allowed Tanya to discover and nurture her own psychic abilities.

She founded and currently facilitates an interspiritual mindfulness meditation and metaphysical study group in her hometown, and teaches dream interpretation, development of psychic gifts, and regularly facilitates past life regression sessions.

Tanya has been a guest on bestselling author and psychic researcher Dick Sutphen's Contact Talk Radio show several times, discussing dream interpretation, psychic phenomena, and meditation.

Studying and participating in the ways, beliefs, and spirituality of the Native American people in her hometown, Tanya has lent her music management, promotion, and marketing skills to the Native American people in her state, and was awarded the "Preservation Award" in 2004. Past recipients include a state senator, a state representative, and several archaeologists. Tanya also volunteers her promotion and marketing skills to a local Native American land trust group, helping to preserve and protect the ancient and sacred places.

In addition, Tanya has taught and led meditation at the Domestic Violence shelter, helping victimized women discover the beauty and healing of silence.

Tanya holds a degree in Communication.

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Smashwords book reviews by Tanya

  • Somethin' from Nothin': The Four Dimensions of Creativity on Feb. 07, 2013

    Joe Johnston has provided the creative person of any level with the ultimate gift, a lifetime of lessons in personal success. An Award Winning Author (Indie Excellence), Songwriter (Dove, Grammy), Producer (a Who’s Who of Music’s Most Famous), Advertising Man (Hall of Fame), the Creator of McDonald's Happy Meal, an Artist (illustration and oil medium), and so much more, Joe Johnston has “been there-done that,” and now shares with the reader a simple, how-to guide for successfully tapping into the pool of creativity. Whether I'm meditating with him, sitting in a Lakota prayer circle next to him, or just hanging out with him, I always learn something new from Joe. Not only is this book informative, it's also funny. (What do you expect from a former Professional Comedian?) I found myself reading and feeling as if I were having one of my typical, daily conversations with Joe, the style is so easy and relaxed. How creative can you be? Read the blueprint from one of the masters and find out.