5 episodes

How often do you see a Black or Brown woman in the world of spirituality shown in a positive light?

Portrayals of women like Marie Laveau and different paths of spiritual traditions & paths are always portrayed as these evil black witches, whereas white women have covens and beautiful powers.

Tonya Melendez wants to change the way we view Black, Brown & Indigenous women's spiritual practices so that intuition can be embraced and used to positively guide people in this world and more so in your life.

Join Tonya as she creates conversations that celebrate black magic and spirituality

I'm Not Crazy I'm Clairvoyant‪!‬ Tonya Melendez

    • Religion & Spirituality
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How often do you see a Black or Brown woman in the world of spirituality shown in a positive light?

Portrayals of women like Marie Laveau and different paths of spiritual traditions & paths are always portrayed as these evil black witches, whereas white women have covens and beautiful powers.

Tonya Melendez wants to change the way we view Black, Brown & Indigenous women's spiritual practices so that intuition can be embraced and used to positively guide people in this world and more so in your life.

Join Tonya as she creates conversations that celebrate black magic and spirituality

    04: A powerful Spiritual experience w/Layla Saad

    04: A powerful Spiritual experience w/Layla Saad

    Do you sometimes feel like you’re not as aligned with your spiritual practice as you’d like to be?

    Through the centuries of colonialism, white supremacy and patriarchy, spirituality has been impacted in myriad ways, and today many ancient practices have been reduced from what they once were, labeled as wrong or bad, or tainted by the booming wellness industry.

    The path to reclaiming and rediscovering a spirituality that feels truly authentic to us is a profound inner process of inquiry and decolonization.

    In episode 4 of I’m Not Crazy, I’m Clairvoyant we dive into the layers we have to explore around Black spirituality and the colonization of modern Western spiritual practice, the inner work of liberation, the role of community 


    How spirituality was shaped historically to serve systems of oppression and the process of exploring what we actually believe versus what culture has taught us to believe is the norm
    Why decolonizing our spirituality is decolonizing ourselves and the colonization of Black spirituality 
    The inner work we need to do in order to liberate ourselves from the legacy of fear and shame and judgment around Black spirituality 
    Coming into the right relationship within ourselves and with our community of Black and Brown sisters on the spiritual path
    The role of rest and relaxation in emotional and spiritual growth and healing



    “We have to think about what was meant by this spirituality in its inception versus what was it shaped to become in order to serve various different systems of oppression, and in the spirituality, I am practicing today, to what extent is this spiritual belief or this practice or this behavior really the roots of what I actually believe versus what comes to be known as the dogma or the reality of the spirituality.”  

    Layla Saad,

    S1 E4, I’m Not Crazy, I’m Clairvoyant Podcast 

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    • 54 min
    03: Black, Intuitive & Gifted

    03: Black, Intuitive & Gifted

    Do you second-guess information that comes to you that isn’t “rational”? Are you scared of acknowledging and honoring your intuition?

    There are strong historical reasons that you might feel safer hiding your intuitive gifts, but here’s the thing: they matter. The time has come to liberate ourselves from the stigma and to normalize our intuitive gifts, to heal and guide and be able to support others.

    In this episode of I’m Not Crazy, I’m Clairvoyant we dive into what this age is asking of us, where we’re coming from and what we need as intuitive Black folks and why authenticity is the new currency, highlighting: 


    Living in the time of the cosmic healer (Chiron) and what that means for us
    The age of Aquarius and the implications for our culture
    The authentic self and the higher self; the wisdom of guidance from beyond the rational mind
    Some examples of famous Black people who accomplished amazing things and who were in fact highly intuitive 
    The journey your intuitive intelligence needs to go through of unlearning and decolonizing the mind in order to truly tap into your intuitive gifts


    “The invisible world is extremely active and is always trying to connect to us. The question is, are we connecting to it? Our authentic self is our most intuitive self. This is a wake-up call for us to not fear ourselves any longer, but to acknowledge and accept ourselves. Authenticity is the new currency.” 

    Tonya Melendez,

    S1 E3, I’m Not Crazy I’m Clairvoyant Podcast

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    Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tonya.melendez

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    My website: https://tarot-life-coach.square.site/

    • 25 min
    02: How we look after ourselves as clairvoyants w/ Ellen Edmundson

    02: How we look after ourselves as clairvoyants w/ Ellen Edmundson

    Have you ever had the feeling of knowing something without knowing how you know it? Do you sometimes wonder where you’re getting information from? 

    Intuition can show up in many different ways and because it’s not normalized in our culture we can feel like we might be going a little crazy when it manifests in us.

    In this episode of I’m not crazy, I’m clairvoyant with special guest Ellen Edmundson, we talk about the experience of awakening to psychic gifts and the importance of honoring intuition and facing our own and other people’s fears and judgements about intuition, highlighting:   


    Ellen’s journey of experiencing the world as a psychic who was raised Catholic 
    How psychic gifts can feel conflicting to our belief systems when they start coming online and the process of softening resistance and opening to them
    Intuition, mental health and recognising the distinctions in our experience 
    How to deal with our fears about other people’s ideas about our gifts
    Learning to trust our intuition and standing in our truth

    “We go through this experience where we think there’s a break in our mental health when really it’s an awakening to our spirit. It’s that soul language that is saying, “Follow me”!”

    Tonya Melendez,

    S1 E2, I’m not crazy I’m clairvoyant Podcast 



    Connect with our Guest Ellen:

    https://www.ellenedmondson.com/?fbclid=IwAR2IttepuvvvWtNsCpECtADtIaM_3AoqX1lIv4rie3niYGzyySNMfdfTh2A



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    Or check out our website: https://tarot-life-coach.square.site/

    • 41 min
    01: Decolonizing Black spirituality

    01: Decolonizing Black spirituality

    Do you feel uncertain about the spiritual validity of some of the practices that are becoming trendy?

    The truth is that many of the practices that are now referred to as “witchcraft” have African origins; they are rooted in indigenous Black and Brown cultures. Many of them hold ancient wisdom that is our birthright.

    In episode 2 of I’m not crazy I’m clairvoyant, we talk about the historical roots of modern Western spirituality in America, the ethical questions raised by the wellness industry, and why we need to decolonize our spirituality, highlighting in particular:


    The spiritual/wellness industry has boomed in the last few decades and some people have got fame and wealth, but the origin of these methods and tools is our heritage
    The historical legacy of Black and Brown spiritual practice, and why we need to decolonize our spirituality
    Intuitive Black women who played a pivotal role in history
    How to start decolonizing our spirituality and reclaiming our ancestral wisdom

    “We must learn to decolonize our minds and decolonize our bodies and decolonize our spirits in order to decolonize our spirituality. Because Blackness has been demonized in every single way, yet it has been Spirit, it has been faith that has kept Black people and Brown people going.”

    Tonya Melendez,

    S1 E1, I’m not crazy I’m clairvoyant Podcast



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    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@TonyaMelendez/featured

    Or check out our website: https://tarot-life-coach.square.site/

    • 28 min
    I'm Not Crazy, I'm Clairvoyant: Trailer

    I'm Not Crazy, I'm Clairvoyant: Trailer

    Are you ready to embrace your intuition as a superpower?  To start making sense of patterns you recognize, but can’t put words to, to harness your spiritual gifts in the world. And to help us form a new collective of Spiritual Black women who are stepping out into a more positive light

    Hi my beloved, I’m Tonya Melendez and I’m an award-winning psychic medium & licensed Spiritual Counselor

    You are listening to my new podcast, I’m Not Crazy, I’m Clairvoyant.

    I want you to stop feeling like something is wrong with you because you sense an untapped gift inside of you and we are going to embrace your superpower positively, together.  I will teach you to harness intuition as a superpower

    Maybe you are experiencing something that you don't understand, you don't know what or how to put a name to it, you don't know how to use it, and you need help making sense of it.

    Join me, beloved as we talk about intuition, stories of people who've had intuitive insights of flashes, books, stories you can relate to, and intriguing guests come on and share their clairvoyant stories

    New Episodes will be released Bi-Weekly, don’t forget to subscribe so that you can keep getting these beautiful gems as part spiritual practice & part to cultivating trust in your own gifts and intuition.

    And remember my beloved, you are not crazy, you are Clairvoyant!



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    Or check out our website: https://tarot-life-coach.square.site/

    • 2 min

Customer Reviews

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BrittPayne ,

Phenomenal Podcast For Connecting to Your Intuition

Wow! Just what I needed a podcast that goes in-depth with intuition and decolonization of practices that allow Black women to connect back to our roots and origins.

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