We had the good fortune of connecting with Connie Stewart and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Connie, can you walk us through the thought-process of starting your business?
What I have to offer in the way of psychic medium abilities and healing was not valued in mainstream Corporate America. Of course, I used my intuitive skills to help me navigate my career, but it was not joyful or fulfilling. When I’d had my fill of that oftentimes toxic environment, I made the leap into entrepreneurialship.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
My business, SoulSync Consulting, was born out of a deep desire to share my gifts with those who seek healing on the physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic levels. Because I was on my own healing journey, it made sense to invite others along for the ride.
As a Psychic and a Medium, I have access to interdimensional information that aids me in helping the healing process in others. Seeing the past, present and future is immensely helpful when removing the blocks (cutting energetic cords) that keep us bound to unhealthy people, places or events. As a Medium, I’m also able to connect my clients with their departed loved ones, which can be tremendously helpful with the grieving process.
Applying the same techniques, I also perform Energetic Space Clearing in homes and business spaces. Every space has a story – often many stories – and the unhealthy energy left behind can disrupt current occupants. Realtors often call me in to clear their listings to provide a beautiful clean canvas to potential buyers.
Because I can “see” energy, I also perform a more in-depth form of Energetic Space Clearing when there are unsettling and seemingly unexplainable events happening in a space. This type of clearing requires a great deal of confidence in the healing power of love.
As a companion to the work I do, I released my memoir, The Other Side of the Bayou, in 2016 in order to bring hope to those enduring harsh life circumstances.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Balboa Park (walking distance from my home) is a great place to start.
With it’s stunning architecture, museums and aviary, there’s something for everyone.
San Diego Zoo. It is well known for its lush, naturalistic habitats and unique animal encounters. On over 100 acres, there’s so much to experience.
Lions Tigers & Bears Sanctuary Situated is on 93 acres outside of Alpine, California, on the edge of the Cleveland National Forest, An animal sanctuary for rescued big cats, bears and other exotic animals, it is truly a humanitarian effort.
Downtown’s Seaport Village, awash in coastal breezes and views of Coronado Bridge, offers eclectic gifts and souvenirs. It’s four miles of meandering cobblestone pathways bordered by ponds, lakes, fountains and colorful landscaping, plus a quarter-mile slate boardwalk along the San Diego Bay.
Harbor Island Park grants visitors spectacular views of the city skyline, Coronado Bay Bridge and all the activities happening on our dynamic waterfront. In addition to pristine views, Harbor Island Park features a shoreline path for walkers and joggers and a route for bikers.
Bud & Rob’s New Orleans Bistro, the best Cajun Food in San Diego!
California Fish Grill only serves seafood that is Eco-Certified by a third party. Casual atmosphere, no reservations needed.
Taste of Himalayas offers the best Nepali, Indian and Tibetan cuisine in San Diego.
Swami’s Café is a fixture of healthy dining across San Diego County.
The Rady Shell first opened in the Summer of 2021, Located at at Jacobs Park, it is an architectural wonder on the edge of San Diego Bay and the heart of downtown. The Rady Shell is a state of the art concert venue.
THE LOT. San Diego’s new luxury cinema and dining destination. A high energy social hub for craft coffee, artisan pastries, elevated cuisine, premium spirits and sophisticated wines.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Many years ago I sought – and found – the perfect mentor. Judith Linden and I are both New Orleans, LA natives, but I didn’t meet her until long after I’d move d to San Diego, CA.
Her compassionate heart and immense healing and transformational gifts opened the door to a world in which I’d long yearned for. She is a Cosmic Sistah to many. My admiration for Judith is only surpassed by my deep and abiding love for her and all she tirelessly does for humanity.
Steve McKinnis, Photographer