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I am Kaylee, the Goddess Divine.

Kaylee is Co-Founder and Content Creator for Good JuJu For You. She is a Shamanic Healer, Psychic Intuitive, Reiki Master, and Ordained Minister. Kaylee is featured in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Program on Integrative Medicine’s Complementary and Alternative Providers directory.

New Age Shamanshamanic healer
Shamanic Counseling

Indigenous Healing

Sound Therapy
Intuitive and Psychic
Clairsentient (feeling and touch)
Clairaudient (hearing and listening)
Claircognizant (knowing)
Lightworker
Chakra Balancing
Aura Cleansing
Crystal Therapies
Reiki Master
Energy Healing
Distance Energy Healing
Spiritual Life Coach
Divine Guidance
Compassionate Grounding
Personal Transformation
Ordained Minister


crystal healing circleSince a young age Spirit has spoken to me and conveyed that I should share my gifts by filling a need. This has been my journey.

Twenty years ago my Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels led me to my present location. My home and land have served as a sacred space where I channel my energy and the abundant energies of the universe. I draw strength from its focal point, known as the Crystal Healing Circle.

This vortex (the Crystal Healing Circle) is a portal to the Divine and a center for all things positive—healing & happiness, love & light, and peace & wellbeing of mind, body and spirit. As all is connected, each unique item is energetically connected to this circle of healing.

I have taken items from my personal collection to offer you gifts of peace, love and healing to bring you what you have been searching for. I create alternative remedies with positive energy.

All offerings are ritualistically bathed, cleansed, blessed, imbued with Reiki energy and given a purpose. Each item has been held, worked with and loved. Whether you are purchasing jewelry, an intention doll, massage wand, bath and beauty products, paintings, cards, kits or any other of our fine, handcrafted items, you are receiving a piece of me in everything.

shamanic healer

A “healer” is not someone that you go to FOR healing.
A healer is someone that triggers within you, your own ability to heal yourself.



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Kamaira is Co-Founder and Editor In Chief of Good JuJu For You. She is a talented soprano who has studied classical voice and opera singing for well over a decade and is sought-after for private vocal coaching. Kamaira is an alumna of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she received a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and a minor in Chemistry. Kamaira also holds a Masters degree in Physiology from North Carolina State University.

While at UNC, she founded an organization called Mind, Body, Spirit Connection, which provided students with experiential education in stress-reduction and wellness. Kamaira is an aspiring dentist who seeks to incorporate music and other healing modalities into her practice.

Kamaira is an expert in deep breathing. She is proficient in leading Guided Meditations for the community, including self-healing and compassion meditations for Oncology nurses at UNC Cancer Hospital.

Kamaira continues to hold an internship with Dr. Susan Gaylord at UNC Program on Integrative Medicine and Dr. James Beck at UNC School of Dentistry while working part-time as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Kamaira is researching mind-body therapies for pain and stress management. She presented the results of an original pilot study on sound meditation at the 2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health (ICIMH) and presented a systematic literature review at the 2017 American Public Health Association (APHA) conference. She was honored with the Best Student Poster Award from the Integrative, Complementary and Traditional Health Practices (ICTHP) division of the APHA. Previously Kamaira was involved in research on the effects of mindful self-compassion intervention in young adult cancer survivors.

Kamaira’s hobbies include singing, reading, oil painting, and gardening. She is an artist at heart and has started a collection of original New Age art and photography.

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Kamaira is a true Renaissance Woman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Zdes’ Khorosho” (How Fair This Spot) composed by Sergei Rachmaninov, performed live in concert by Kamaira Philips, soprano and Lyuba Egorova, piano.

How Fair This Spot
(Russian-English translation by Ms. Philips and Ms. Egorova)
How nice it is here…
Look…in the distance
The river is glowing like fire;
The meadows lie like carpets of color
The clouds are white.

Here there is no one…
Here it is silent…
Here is only God and I,
The flowers, the old pine tree,
And you, my dream!

“Lovers” from the 2004 film, House of Flying Daggers, composed by Shigeru Umebayashi, arranged by Kamaira Philips, performed live in concert by Kamaira Philips, soprano, Lyuba Egorova, piano, and a string quartet (Aiko Richter, violin, Stephanie Zimmerman, viola, Scott Zhang, cello, Adam Maloney, bass).

Ms. Philips’ performance of this song won first place in an International Music Competition sponsored by the philanthropic organization Bands4Good. As part of this contest, Ms. Philips raised thousands of dollars to provide music lessons for pediatric patients in NC through the non-profit Arts For Life.

Lovers

There was a field in my old town
Where we always played hand in hand
The wind was gently touching the grass
We were so young so fearless

Then I dreamt over and over of
you holding me tight under the stars
I made a promise to my dear Lord
I will love you forever

Time has passed
So much has changed
But the field remains in my heart
Oh where are you?
I need to tell you I still love you
So I reach out for you
You fly around me like a butterfly

Your voice still echoes in my heart
You fly around me like a butterfly

There was a field in my old town
Where in Spring all flowers blossomed wide
We were chasing butterflies
Hand in hand ’till close of day
Your voice still echoes in my heart

“Hatsukoi” (First Love) composed by Tatsunosuke Koshitani, performed live in concert by Kamaira Philips, soprano and Lyuba Egorova, piano.

First Love
(Japanese-English translation by Ms. Philips and Ms. Alexis Rose)

On the sand of the dune
Lying face down on the beach
I recall the pain of my first love
Distant memories I had on insidious days

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We are not licensed physicians nor do we claim to be. The information we provide comes from research and/or personal experience. Our opinions and knowledge should not be considered a substitute for Western Medicine. We offer holistic alternatives to integrate into your daily lives. We are not a replacement for traditional medical care. The items and services we offer are meant to work in conjunction with medical doctors, their treatments, and your own personal desire to truly help yourself.

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