Conquering the Dragon (New Series)

My hands trembled as I looked down the barrel of the pistol I was holding, its hammer was slowly drawing back. “Just a little more” I thought “and all this could be over”. Just then my young son ran into the room, “DAD!!” shocking me back to reality.  I immediately put the gun down on the table. My six-year-old son Bobby was excited because he heard the ice cream truck drive up. “Can Ty and I have Ice cream, the ice cream man is here.” he asked as he looked over at the gun. “What ya doing with that?”  I answered quickly wiping my eyes “I was just cleaning it, here get some ice cream money, make sure your brother actually gets his”. He giggled a bit as he started to run out of the room when he looked back “Are you sad? Cuz you look like you need a hug” he came back and hugged me “Thanks for the ice cream dad “turned and ran out of the room. I put the gun away. Never underestimate the awesome power of a child’s love.

I sat back in my chair thinking about what had just happened. I thought about how close I came to ending my pain, while at the same time causing horrible pain to my little boys, the two people who made my turbulent life worth living. How selfish could I be? I thought. It was then I decided, No matter how much depression I felt, no matter hard things got. I will endure anything. I’ll take whatever steps I needed to take to make sure Bobby and Tyler knew they were loved and honored. They were absolutely the light that guided my life. The light that guided me from a life of no holds barred sex, drugs and rage, to a life of love, spirituality and dedication to helping others. This composition is for them as a thank you for being in my life.

Chapter 1 available September 1st








Conquering the Dragon*   is a metaphor for over comeing a destructive life of drugs and violence

“US against THEM” (a Recipe for Destruction)


I saw a picture this morning of a guy with an assault rifle strapped to his back while he was shopping at a local grocery store. It made me think, just how afraid of your surroundings do you have to be to feel you need to carry such a weapon in public. We aren’t in Syria or Iraq the odds of this guy being engaged by a terrorist is slim to none. There is however a possibility of being assaulted. But think about it. If someone was going to assault this guy, they would focus on getting close enough for the attack. Our hero wouldn’t have time to take his rifle off his back, take off the safety (taking for granted he even had it on safety) and shoot it.

Though I don’t carry a gun myself, I support the right of someone to do so if they felt the need. I also support a person’s right to own whatever weapon he or she sees fit. But maybe everyone would be safer and more of a threat to criminals if he had a hand gun concealed strategically on his person. It could be easily retrieved and utilized possibly saving the day for himself and his fellow shoppers. At the same time letting the people who are wondering if this guy was a threat to relax.

But instead we have pro an anti-gun activists battling over if the average citizens should have any guns at all. It takes just a look around to realize there are threats among us. We live in a violent society and because of that it would be irresponsible to not have a plan for that contingency. But a little common sense would be a great thing.

The problem is that in this country, there is always the mentality of “I want my rights! Even if it curtails someone else’s rights.  Any problem in society can be resolved with compromise, but that would require of course that all parties be rational enough to listen to the each other and come to an agreement based on tending to each other’s fears and needs. For example maybe required training for a person to be licensed to own a gun. The criteria being they have to take a course on gun safety and a check to see if there is a history of mental illness. They would be licensed to have guns but not be required to register each gun which addresses the fear of 2nd amendment activist that the government will confiscate their guns at some point.

We live in a “type “of democratic society the idea being that we hire people to decide who is going to get what they want and who isn’t. This of course leaves us with up to 50 percent of the population not getting what they want or need. I read one of the 2016 presidential hopefuls saying addressing the needs of the collective is more important than addressing the needs of the individual. Isn’t it just common sense that if you preserved the right of all individuals it would ultimately save the rights of more of the collective?

There was the debate recently of “Hobby Lobby” company refusing to provide birth control for women. All though I don’t agree with their reasoning it is in my opinion their right to make that stand. They should be required to inform all new hires and employees of that fact giving the employees the information they need to exercise their rights as to whether they want to work there or not. A compromise could be that they provide insurance as they normally would and the employee have the opportunity to add the birth control availability to their policy at their own cost. That way the employee can get what they need and the company doesn’t have to go against their religious beliefs.

We are all human beings. No one really has a right to decide what another is to believe or desire. If we honor EVERYONE’S rights there is a good chance we would be on our way to some level of peace.


Tarot Card Reading

 Tarot Card Reading.

I started years ago reading tarot cards and have always been amazed at the various attitudes surrounding them. I’ve seen people act as if they are the gateway to the spirit realm, wrapping them in silk and guarding them as if another person touching them would render them useless. I have seen folks that sleep with them and then of course those that see them as a game or parlor trick.

Although I don’t really use them unless someone asks for them specifically. I do see them as a tool that can break a barrier keeping you from the information the client needs. In my opinion they’re nothing more than a trigger for the intuition or a source of confirmation when things get confusing.

In one of my first Tarot classes I taught, I waited for everyone to get settled in the classroom. When I saw everyone was paying attention, I acted as if I accidentally knocked the cards off the table. I literally heard gasps as the cards scatter across the floor. I could see the uneasy expressions on many of the students so I asked “OK, now what do I have to do to get them to be readable again?”  There were many answers ranging from burying them in sand, putting them in a crystal bowl and make it ring as crystal bowls do. One woman said I needed to take them home and sleep with them, her idea being that the cards need to absorb my vibration.  I then said “here is what you need to do to make them readable” I gave a pause for effect then said “Just pick’em up, they’re just cardboard with pictures.”” The power is in you”

I don’t feel it’s healthy to attach yourself in any way to an inanimate object whether it be cards, crystals or rabbits foot. Although everything has a vibration and can affect you in some way, it still boils down to your own openness and attention to all the thoughts, images and impulses that make up the language of your intuitive mind.

Albert Einstein said “if you can’t explain a concept simply enough so anyone can understand it, you don’t know it well enough yourself.”

I totally agree with that statement. So much so that I have rendered the tarot classes down to such a degree that I can now teach a person to be proficient in Tarot reading in a matter of 45 minutes.

Remember Intuitive work is as simple as you make it.

See You Soon


Robert Caruso


I teach that class once a month at “The Intuitive Academy” at 1113 Hampshire Lane Richardson, Texas

You can check the calendar for class times by going to The Intuitive Academy section of this site.



The Celebration of Death

     Celebration of Death

I see a lot of references being made with regard to soldiers dying for their country, and the heroism it shows. But how many of us really take a good look at what we are doing and why?

When this country first began we had a revolutionary war to release us from the tyranny of the British rule. The Civil War was among other reasons, waged to attain freedom for slaves and the end of the ignorance of that behavior. The First World War and the second were to stop a tyrannical force from taking over Europe. There was the justifiable belief that we would be vulnerable if this was to be allowed to happen. These are all obvious examples of fighting for freedom.

Since then, every time we went into a warlike situation like Viet Nam or Korea, the battle cry was “defense of American freedom.” But in those cases, American freedom was not threatened.

The 911 situation is constantly under scrutiny as a possible “false flag operation[1]”. This event made the American people hysterically afraid of the threat of terrorism. The fear that swept the country provided the war profiteers with the opportunity they needed to sell an unjustified war to a country full of frightened sheep.

It was a fascinating display of power by these warlike puppeteers. They knew if they could scare the American people and fuel their need for revenge, they could then attack anyone they wanted to.  The military industry could then parlay this into billions of dollars of revenue. This worked so well, they became insatiable in their pursuit of wealth and began attacking and threatening other countries. They realized that if they kept people believing in a constant threat, the American people would go along with anything.

They kept the people ignorant by using our corrupt media to make it seem patriotic to verbally attack anyone that doesn’t adhere to that prescribed belief.

As this developed, the government obtained more control of the American people. They now had the means to distract them and keep them from revolting as the economy began to crumble.

(The people who start the wars are NEVER the ones who fight or die in them.)

If only the American people would take ten minutes away from their television sets and computers, and would put as much attention on what is really going on, instead of whether some celebrity is pregnant or not, perhaps then we will be able to stop the insane practice of feeding our young people to the war machine.

Who knows maybe if we did that, the War profiteers will find a way to make their profits by spreading peace and prosperity rather than feeding on the blood of the innocent.

Maybe we can have a day celebrating the life of our children, instead of rationalizing their death.

R. Caruso ©2014


[1]“False flag operations” are covert operations by governments, corporations, or other organizations, which are designed to deceive the public in such a way that the operations appear as if they are being carried out by other entities. The name is derived from the military concept of flying false colors; that is, flying the flag of a country other than one’s own.

Munay KI Rites

In the many years I have worked in the metaphysical field as a professional psychic, I have seen healing and energy work come and go. Some are good, most of them a bit silly (imho).

Back in 2010, I was going through an extremely tough time in my life. A time that had me questioning pretty much every aspect of my existence. I was experiencing the sudden death of an immediate family member, the end of a relationship of almost 10 years, and noticing the shameful level of corruption in the metaphysical field ,a field that not only saved my life but I have lived and breathed for 27 years.all in the same weekend.

I have been involved in Shamanism most of my adult life and it so happened two of the shamans I was closest to happened to be in the area. They came over at the critical point and administered the Munay KI Rites. They gave me 2 rites per session per week until I had completed all 9 (it took 5 weeks). After the first two I woke up ad felt like I was in love with the world. I was shown the issues I needed to address and received the feeling of a new beginning. The emotional pain still came and went but I was able to see it for what it was easier.

It was definitely a life saver and helped to change my life and augment my ability as a psychic 100 fold. I have since noticed Munay KI Rites were similar to modalities used by Shamans in the Shapibo Indian tribe in the Amazon Rain Forest during their Ayahuasca ceremonies.

The Munay KI Rites are powerful but they affect everyone different in accordance with whatever they are going through or has gone through.

I recommend it so highly I have facilitated at least 180+ people at the tie of this article.

Munay ki Rites are usually given with no real meditation or visualization. I on the other hand have added it because of the day to day stresses most people go through. It helps to get people in the mode for complete connection.

I now facilitate the Rites to a new group of people every month and I am ecstatic with the results that my groups report. You are invited to get involved in the Munay Ki Rites just give me a call at 469-546-8017 and reserve your spot.




What I was born to do.

In the past 27 years, I have been amazed at the power and possibilities available in this field of study.

The simplicity of the universe gets muddled due to complexities of emotions derived from fear of the unknown, blind belief in control-based rhetoric, and the human predisposition of expecting things to be complicated.

The mechanics of the universe are simple, as is its connection to spiritual, mental, and physical existence. The complication lies in the communication and understanding shared between beings, and the understanding that there are NO bad people, just bad behaviors that manifest due to fear of inadequacy and vulnerability. Although I have no doubt of this fact, it continues to test me most days of my life, yet at the end of the day always proves to be true.

My career has been built on using my intuition and experience delving into the maze of the human mind and spirit. My main task in being here is to find straight forward answers and provide real solutions to the confusing situations my spirit brothers and sisters may be experiencing.

Though metaphysical work is popular and to some fashionable, it is not a parlor game. It’s not a form of entertainment in my opinion, nor is it about being gifted or on a level above others, a ridiculous idea. It is about helping others clear the way to personal growth, realization of their own power, and the ability to courageously give and receive love.


Gender Wars! Really?

I read a lot on the internet about the abuse of women by men. Within the political arena it is something that is out of control and can’t be denied. Abuse of all forms should be stopped in its tracks. But what I am seeing is a lot of reference to is abuse within relationships coming from the man towards the woman.

Although I agree that this is the case most of the time, it is also true that men are affected by abuse as well. Every man at one time or another receives abuse from the woman who was supposed to love him. Most men are taught that they should never show soft emotions and that being too attentive leaves you open to be used and abandoned. Many men succumb to this treatment and eventually lash out violently or verbally. I am not saying all violence or abuse against women is provoked, and to be clear, there is never a justification for abuse. However, what I am saying is that abuse is on both sides and should be acknowledged in that regard.

How many times have we heard a woman complain about the guy being sneaky or hard to talk to? But we have photos and quotes talking as if it is a virtue for a woman to be verbally vague and manipulative. We have men being slammed for criticizing a woman’s breasts or ass when we have humorous anecdotes about the size of a man sex organ or his ability in bed. The dirt is on both sides of the road folks, and to not acknowledge that is a disservice to the reader and part of the problem between the genders.