Welcome to The Guiding Beacon.
The Guiding Beacon is a safe place where people can gather for healing, transformation, and connecting with like-minded friends. We also offer a wide range of services and merchandise to help in your Spiritual Journey.
We envision a circle of people vitally connected to their inner selves and Spirit, who are guiding beacons of light to others who remain in the darkness. Those whose light is infused with wisdom and hungry for transformation, who are thereby prepared and willing to live deeper and more full lives, and to serve their communities by starting the change within themselves. We intend to foster a loving world in which all people live with dignity, a sense of belonging, and a reverence for all life.
The Guiding Beacon visualizes an inviting and safe space where people can gather for healing, transformation, and connection with like-minded souls, with themselves, and with Spirit. We offer a variety of services, events, classes, and goods to help each light shine brighter on each soul's unique spiritual journey.
The Guiding Beacon Our Mission
Spirituality serves al people of the world with a variety ofbeliefs and paths along with those with no tradition. Our mission at The Guiding Beacon is:
to create and sustain an inviting, high vibrational space that provides security and curates diversity, inner connectedness, wisdom, strength, knowledge, and spirituality;
to help guide others on their unique and individualized journey by creating a beacon of light in the community and to those who remain ni darkness;
to provide authentic and genuine care, information, and resources for those seeking guidanceon their spiritual journey;
to offer a positive and spiritually progressive perspective on events ni our individual lives, of our community, and of the collective;
to teach, encourage, and be a resource of everyday spiritual practices as an integral part of individual and community life;
to co-create a community that promotes the use of spiritual practices to enhance the quality of life for individuals during times of challenges, transitions, and everydayjourneys;
to demonstrate how spiritual practices can be used to support positive social change and activism on behalf ofthe common good;
to facilitate anew type ofspiritual community and conversation using open communication, classes, events, and services;
to develop new, lifelong learning opportunities around spiritual practices, character qualities, virtues, spiritual gifts, and practice circles;
to partner with and support spiritual teachers and organizations to reach those seeking knowledge inside and outside the current local community and programs.
to foster understanding of and within ourselves and community. Our Values:
Spiritual practiceis aplace where all individuals of different paths can cometogether. While respecting our differences, we celebrate our uniqueness and commonalities. We foster both inner and community connection and oneness as the true nature of reality. We acknowledge the active presence of Spirit and Al That Is in all aspects of life.
We believe in the power and potential to create, support, and sustain individual and group spiritual practices. We focus upon personal, cultural, and community resources thatcommunicate of the pursuit for meaning and purpose, wholeness and healing, commitment, connection and community, inner work, and actively engaging in a manner that is a guiding beacon of light to other souls in the world.
Spiritual practice is a place where all individuals of different paths come together. While respecting our differences, we celebrate our uniqueness and commonalities. We foster both inner and community connection and oneness as the true nature of reality. We acknowledge the active presence of Spirit and All That Is in all aspects of life.
We believe in the power and potential to create, support, and sustain individual and group spiritual practices. We focus upon personal, cultural, and community resources that communicate of the pursuit for meaning and purpose, wholeness and healing, commitment, connection and community, inner work, actively engaging in a manner that is a guiding beacon of light to other souls in the world.
The Guiding Beacon
Tuesday - Friday 10am -6pm
Saturday 10am -5pm
A Spiritual Healing Place
The Guiding Beacon has a wide variety of Rocks and Crystals, Ritual Supplies, Jewelry, Candles.
We also offer Reiki, Ear Candling, Psychic Readings, Mediumship Reading, Metatatioes, Classes, and just a real great atmosphere to hang out with your Soul Tribe.
Reiki comes from Japan and is an energy healing modality. Reiki feels like a wonderful glowing radiance and calmness that flows through and around you or can feel warm and tingly. Reiki treats the whole person – body, emotions, mind, and spirit – creating many beneficial effects that combines extreme relaxation and feelings of peace, security, and wellbeing. Reiki is gentle, safe and has no side harmful side effects. Consequently, it is often found in the complimentary and integrative programs of major hospitals and healing centers. Reiki helps lessen the symptoms and side effects associated from surgery, cancer therapies, and debilitating disease treatments. People receiving Reiki report less pain, faster healing, and a sense of wellness. Sandi also offers Animal Reiki. Animal Reiki offers the same benefit as with humans.
Pricing for Reiki are as follows:
1 Hour Reiki Session $95.00
30 minuite Reiki Session. $55.00
Let’s first look at the treatment.
This non-invasive therapy involves the use of a long candle placed into the ear. The side that is out of the ear is lit, and a vacuum is created within the ear canal, coating the whole ear in beeswax. Excess earwax is drawn out of the ear canal, as the beeswax is removed. In some cases, impurities can also be drawn out. Ear candling is also known as ear coning. The candle used is hollow and in the shape of a cone to drop the wax into the ear drum. The impurities and wax that are removed from the ear look black on the candle. The treatment is linked to ancient Chinese, Egyptian, and Native American treatments. Now that you know what ear candling is, it’s time to look at the benefits of it and how your health will improve.Benefits of Ear Candling: Swimmer’s Ear Relieving Tinnitus Ear Infections Headaches Plugged Ears Itchy Ears Helping to relieve Sinus pain and pressure Removing excess wax buildup The art of ear candling can be a great way to remove excess tension, relax the nervous system, and create a soothing atmosphere for a peaceful night’s rest.
Pricing for 30-minute session Children age 5 to 12 $55.00
Adults 13 and older $65.00
Body candling is also available after ear candling session is done. $10.00
Disclaimer: Ear Candling is not a cure for any disease, illness, or ailment. We believe Ear Candling can have many positive benefits for you
Connects to your Spirit Guides and offers guidance in areas such as love, health, business, relocation questions, and life path direction. With psychic readings, we do not connect to your loved ones who have crossed over.
Psychic Readings: 30 minuite session $50.00
Sandi can connect with your friends and loved ones who have crossed over. Sandi is a Medium which means she will provide specific evidence from your loved ones on the other side in addition to bringing through messages and healing from Spirit. Please note with Mediumship Readings the Medium cannot guarantee who the connection will be made with. The Medium opens their channel to the Spirit World and invites your loved ones to step forward to communicate.
Not doing Mediumship Readings at this time.
Spiritual Response Therapy
SRT is a powerful guidance system for healing and growth. It connects us to our higher intelligence so we can research the soul records and remove discordant energies over lifetimes. It is one of the most potent tools of transformation and expansion of consciousness. Learn the power of your connection with your High Self and Spirit. Learn to create a clear channel of communication that changes the landscape of your life. Receive the Spiritual Road map gifted to us by Robert Detzler.
SRT Initial Session: (1 - 1 1/2 Hours) $120.00
Additional 30 minute Session $60.00
Sandi Kaye Mobley is trained in Psychic and Mediumship, a certified Usui Reiki Master Teacher, Certified Seraphim Blueprint Healer, and Spiritual Response Therapy Consultant. Sandi is a wife, mother, and Nana.
Sandi possesses a degree in Business Administration. Currently, she lives in Starkville, MS with her husband. Sandi embraced her spiritual gifts and continues to develop a variety of modalities and certifications. She continually strives to help others with their healing needs, to better understand themselves, so they may reach their greatest and highest good.
Sandi studied in Flowood, MS under instruction of:
Jill M. Jackson, Psychic and Medium
Allyn Evans, Director of The Monroe Institute, Reiki Master Teacher D. Frances, Reiki Master Teacher
Lucy Finch, Seraphim Blueprint Teacher
Malabiki Shaw, Spiritual Response Therapy
Sandi has a big heart and passion for helping others heal and allowing universal intuition and healing energy ot flow. Usui Reiki comes from Japan and is an energy healing modality. Reiki feels like a wonderful glowing radiance and calmness that flows through and around you. People may experience reiki energy as feeling warm and tingly. Reiki treats the whole
person - body, emotions, mind, and spirit - creating many beneficial effects that combine extreme relaxation with feelings of peace, security, and wellbeing.
Reiki is gentle, safe and has no harmful sideeffects. Consequently, it is often found in the complementary, holistic, and integrative programs of major hospitals and healing centers. Reiki helps lessen the symptoms and side effects associated from surgery, cancer therapies, and debilitating disease treatments. People receiving Reiki energy report less pain, faster healing, and a sense of wellbeing. Sandi also offers Animal Reiki. Animal Reiki offers the same benefits as it does with humans.
Through Reiki and other healing modalities, Sandi has helped reduce her own pain from Fibromyalgia. Sandi knows that going deep within ourselves, we can heal and gain the answers we seek. Sandi says, "My hope is that others can benefit from the healing energy and start their own journey."
Sandi completed training as a Seraphim Blueprint Healer. Seraphim Blueprint is an angel healing energy. Often, this modality is combined with Reiki but not exclusively. It is more structured and selective as a healing energy modality.
Sandi connects to and receives information from Spirit Guides to offer healing messages in areas such as love, health,
business, relocation questions, and life path direction. During psychic sessions, Sandi does not connect to loved ones who have crossed over.
As a Medium, Sandi connects with friends and loved ones who have crossed over to the spirit world. She will provide specific evidence from loved ones in spirit. In addition, she relays healing and loving messages from loved ones. The Medium opens their connection to the Spirit World and invites your loved ones to step forward to communicate. Please note, with Mediumship Sessions, Sandi cannot guarantee which loved one the connection will be made with.
Spiritual Response Therapy
SRI is a powerful guidance system for healing and growth. It connects us to our higher selves and intelligence. This allows us to search soul records and remove unharmonious energies over lifetimes. It is one of the most potent tools of transformation and expansionof consciousness.
Learn the power of your connection with your Higher Self and Spirit. Learn to create a clear channel of communication that changes the landscape of your life. Receive the Spiritual Road map gifted to us by the program creator, Robert Detzler.
Coming Up Next
We understand and respect that information about you is personal. The Guiding Beacon will maintain the privacy of your information, to follow the terms of this Notice, and to provide you with this Notice of our duties and privacy practices with respect to your personal information. Employees, staff, and practitioners at The Guiding Beacon will follow this notice. A detailed Notice of our Privacy Practices are posted on our website.
How a guiding beacon may use or disclose your information.
The Guiding Beacon protects the privacy of your information. For some activities, we must have your written authorization to use or disclose your health information. However, The Guiding Beacon chose to use or disclose information for several purposes without your authorization, including but not limited to:
For payment: We may use and disclose your information so that The Guiding Beacon may bill and collect payment or other third party.
As required by law: We will disclose information about you when required to do so by federal, state or local law.
To Advert a Serious Threat to Health or Safety. We make use of and disclose information about you when necessary to prevent a serious threat to your health and safety or health and safety of the public or another person. Public health risks, lawsuits, and disputes, for specific government functions, and to business associates.
Other uses of information. Other uses and disclosures of your information not covered by this notice or laws that apply to us will be provided only through the authorization.
Understanding Your Record/Information
A record of your visit will be made available each time you visit a practitioner. Typically, this record contains your symptoms, observations, and results, therapy, and plan for future care. This information, often referred to as your record, serves as:
Basis for planning your care and means of communication contribute to your care.
A document describing the care you received.
A means by which you can verify that services billed were provided to you. As a tool in educating students and practitioners.
A source of data for improving the health of the community, for facility planning and marketing, tools with which we can access and continually work to improve the care we render and the outcomes we achieve.
Understanding what is in your record and how your information is used helps you to: ensure its accuracy and better understand who, what, when, where, and why others may access your information. To make more informed decisions when authorizing disclosure to others.
How we may use and disclose information about you
Your information may be used and disclosed by The Guiding Beacon employees, staff and others who participate in your care. Your information may also be used and disclosed to obtain payment of your care and to support care operations. The following categories describe diverse ways that we use and disclose information. For each category of uses or disclosures, we will explain what we mean and try to give examples. Not every use or disclosure in a category will be listed. However, all the ways we are permitted to use your use and disclose information will fall within one of the categories. Directory: We may include general information including your name, title, and brief biography, if applicable. The directory information, except for your religious affiliation, will be released to people who ask for you by name. You may submit a request not to be included in the directory. Family and Friends. Unless you object, we may disclose to your family members, other relatives or close personal friends’ general information about you. We will try to limit specific information about you and your care to those people who are authorized by you or authorized by law to receive the information. Disclosures for Care, Payment, and Care Operations. We may use and disclose your information in the following to care for you, obtain payment for care operation of The Guiding Beacon. Examples include For care. We may use information about you to provide you with care. We may disclose information about you to students, other employees, or other personal personnel or agents who participate in taking care of you at The Guiding Beacon. For example, a practitioner caring for you may need to know if you have diabetes because diabetes may slow the healing process. In addition, the practitioner may need to tell the staff if you have diabetes so that we can arrange appropriate accommodation. We also make some information about you to people outside The Guiding Beacon who may be involved in your medical care after you leave The Guiding Beacon such as nursing homes, home health agencies, physician’s offices, ambulance services, family members or others that provide services that are part of your care. For payment: We may use the information about you to obtain payment for care. For example, a bill may mailed to you or third-party. The information or the accompanying bill may include information that identifies you, as well as your care and suppliers used so that your payer will pay or reimburse us for the care. We will attempt to obtain your consent on all admission agreement prior to sending a third-party bill. For Care Operations. We may use the information about you to operate The Guiding Beacon, for example, members of the staff or members of the quality improvement team may use information you assess the quality of your care and the outcomes in your case and to compare it to other similar therapeutic methods. Your information may be used in peer review or professionals to evaluate quality of care. This information is used in effect to continually improve the quality and effectiveness of the care and service we provide. Operations also include but are not limited to data and information systems management, legal services, auditing, and accounting functions, business planning and development and general administrative activities. In addition, we may use a sign-in sheet at the registration desk where you will be asked to sign your name and provide contact information. We may also call you by name in the waiting room when your provider is ready to see you. We may also use or disclose your information as necessary to contact you to remind you of your appointment.
When The Guiding Beacon May Not Use or Disclose Your Information Except as described in our Notice of Privacy Practices, The Guiding Beacon will not use or disclose your information without written authorization. If you do authorize The Guiding Beacon to use or disclose your information for other purposes, you may revoke your authorization in writing at any time.
You Have the Following Rights with Respect to Your Information You have the right to request restrictions on certain uses and disclosures of your information. The Guiding Beacon is not required to agree to and restrict that you request. You have the right to inspect and request a copy, for a fee of $1.00 U.S. dollars per page, of your information. You have the right to request that The Guiding Beacon amend your information that you believe is incorrect or incomplete. The Guiding Beacon is not required to amend information that is accurate and complete. You have the right to receive and account disclosures of your information we have made for purposes other than disclosures (1) for The Guiding Beacon treatment, payment, or care operations. (2) based upon the authorization to others, and (3) for certain government functions. You may request communication of your information by alternative means or at alternative locations. We will accommodate reasonable request.
Changes to This Notice of Privacy Practices The Guiding Beacon reserves the right to change this Notice and post the changes. Upon request we will provide a revised notice to you.
Notice of Privacy Practices for Information This notice describes how information about you may be used and disclosed and how you may obtain access to this information. Please read it carefully. Mission Statement: The Guiding Beacon may share your information for payment and care operations, for procedures designed to safeguard your information against inappropriate use and disclosure. (1) As a part of care operations, we will share your information with third parties or “Business Associates” that perform various activities (e.g., collections, transcription services) for The Guiding Beacon. Whenever an arrangement between The Guiding Beacon and a business associate involves the use or disclosure of your information, we should have a written contact that contains terms that will protect your privacy of all information. To protect your information, we will require the business associate to appropriately safeguard your information. (2) Permitted and required uses and disclosures that may be made with your consent, authorization, or opportunity to object. We may use and disclose your information in the following instances: You had the opportunity to agree or object to use or disclose disclosure of all or part of your information. If you are not present or unable to agree or object to the use or disclosure of the information, then your provider may, using professional judgment, determine whether the disclosure is in your best interest. In this case, only the information that is relevant to your care will be disclosed. Examples include Media. Unless you object, we may disclose your name on social media, radio, or television, or to students/professionals for educational purposes. Emergencies. We may use or disclose in an emergency treatment situation. If this happens, we try to think as soon as reasonably possible. (3) Permitted and Required Uses and Disclose that may be made without your consent, authorization, or opportunity to object. We may disclose your information to certain government agencies, oversight regulatory bodies and in the legal proceedings as required or allowed by law for public safety government oversight and other permitted disclosures. Law Enforcement. We may also discover disclose information, so long as applicable legal requirements are met for law enforcement purposes. These law enforcement purposes include: 1) legal processes and otherwise required by law; 2) limited information request for identification and location purposes; 3) information about a victim of crime; 4) suspicion that death has occurred as a result of criminal conduct; 5) in the event that a crime occurs on the premises of The Guiding Beacon; 6) medical emergency and it is likely that a crime has occurred; and; 7) we if we believe that the use or disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious or imminent threat to the health and safety of a person or the public. Workmen's Compensation. Your information may be disclosed by us as authorized or required to comply with workman’s compensation laws. Required Uses and Disclosures. Under the law we must make disclosures about you when required by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, to investigate or determine our compliance with the requirements of the privacy regulations. Fundraising. We may use your information to contact you in effort to raise money for The Guiding Beacon. We only would release contact information, such as your name, address, and phone number. If you do not want The Guiding Beacon to contact you for fundraising efforts, you must notify our office in writing. Other Uses. Other uses and disclosures of your information not covered by this notice or the laws that apply to us will be made only with your written authorization. If you provide us authorization to use or disclose information about you, you may revoke that authorization in writing at any time. If you revoke your authorization, we will no longer use or disclose information about you for the reason covered by your written authorization. You understand that we are unable to take back any disclosures we have already made with your authorization, and that we are required to retain our records of care that we provide to you. 4)You're Rights. Following is a statement of your rights with respect to your information and brief description of how you may exercise these rights. You have the right to inspect and obtain a copy of your information. This means you may inspect and obtain a copy, for a fee, of your record that are contained in a designated record for as long as we maintain the information. A “Designated Record,” contains billing records and any other records that The Guiding Beacon uses. We have (30) days to respond to your request and may request a (30) day extension to respond you have the right to request a restriction of your information. This means you may ask us not to use any part of your information for the purposes of paying for operations. For example, you may also request that any part of your information not be disclosed. Your request must state the specific restriction requested and to whom you want the restriction to apply. We may deny your request if we find Your request unreasonable, or that it interferes with your treatment, payment, or health care operations. You may have the right to request an amendment of your information. This means you must request an amendment of information about you in a designated record for as long as we maintain this information. In certain cases, we may do not request for an amendment. If we deny your request for amendment, you have the right to file a statement a disagreement with us and we make a rebuttal to your statement, and we'll provide you with a copy of any such rebuttal. You have the right to receive an accounting of certain disclosures we have made, if any, of your information. This right applies to disclosure purposes other than treatment, payment or operations as described in this Notice of Privacy Practices. It excludes incidental disclosures or disclosures we may have made to you or authorized by you. for a facility directory, to family member or friends involved in your care, or for notification purposes. You have the right to receive specific information regarding these disclosures that occurred after April 3rd, 2023, you may request a shorter time frame the right to receive this information is subject to certain exceptions, restrictions, and limitations. You have the right to obtain a paper copy of this Notice from us upon request, even if you have agreed to accept this Notice electronically. To Report a Problem or File a Complaint If you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you can report a problem to the office of The Guiding Beacon at 314 highway 12 W, Starkville Ms. 39759 (662) 617-8023 or at theguidingbeaconyahoo.com. There will be no retaliation or denial of treatment for filling a complaint. We reserve the right to challenge the terms of this Notice, making any revisions applicable to all information we maintain. If we revise the terms of this Notice, we will post a revised Notice at The Guiding Beacon and will make paper copies of this Notice of Privacy Practices available upon request. Understanding your Information A record of your visit is made each time you visit The Guiding Beacon for classes, events, or services. Typically, this record contains your information: name, date, Date of Birth, symptoms brief description of services, and a plan for future care. This information, serves as a basis for planning your care, a means of communication among professionals who contribute to your care, legal document describing the care you received, a means by which you or third-party can verify that services billed were actually provided, a tool in educating students/professionals, source of data for the faculty planning, and marketing tool with which we can access assess and continually work to improve the care we render and the outcome we achieve. Understanding what is in your record and how your information is used helps you to: ensure its accuracy better, understand who, what, when, where, and why others may access your information, and make more informed decisions when authorizing disclosure to others. What is this notice? This Notice of Privacy Practices described how we may use and disclosure information to conduct care, payment, or operations and for other purposes that are permitted or required by law. It also describes your right regarding your information. The ways that the information can be used and released by members of The Guiding Beacon. The rights that clients have concerning their information and the responsibilities other providers and payers use and release client information. What is” information”? Information is past, present, and future information created or received by The Guiding Beacon through its providers. It includes demographic information that may identify you and that relates to your past, present or future health condition (physical, spiritual, or mental), the providing care of care to you, or payment for the care received. Who will follow this notice? This notice describes The Guiding Beacons practices and that of: Any person authorized to enter information into your record. Any member of a volunteer group, vendor, or third party we allow to help while you're at The Guiding Beacon. All employees, staff, students, professionals, or personnel. In addition, The Guiding Beacon may share information with each other for care, payment or operation purposes described in this notice. The staff of The Guiding Beacon consist of professionals, students, and other allied care providers who are credentialed to be on staff of The Guiding Beacon. Some of the staff are employees but others are independent practitioners who have been granted the privilege of using NMMC hospital for the care and treatment of patients. The physicians on the staff. When using the information that is obtained for care of a client at The Guiding Beacon and for payment for those services, providers staff of the guiding beacon will follow the guiding beacon privacy practice at their practices providers will follow their own privacy practices for information created or maintained at the private offices. How does The Guiding Beacon protect information internally? Access to information is restricted only to those employees, volunteers, staff, and allied care professionals who need to provide services, products, or benefits to our clients. We maintain physical, technical and safeguards to protect information against unauthorized use and disclosure. We are responsible for, educating The Guiding Beacon personnel about, and overseeing the implementation and enforcement of this policy.
The Guiding Beacon
Sandi Mobley, and all employees, and guests are Not any kind of doctor, nor do they diagnose disease. They claim no formal training in psychology or medicine, nor are they actively practicing under any healthcare license. Any recommendations to doctors or healers are based solely on personal experience with their practitioners. Utilizing their services does not replace or substitute for available medical services or alternative health care.
Services are provided for entertainment purposes only and no guarantees are implied or stated. Clients must be 18 years or older to book, receive and/or purchase a reading, product, or service. Readings are not substitute for professional, legal, financial, medical, or psychiatric advice or care. Clients are encouraged to please seek the advice of a trained Medical Doctor about any health concerns. All readings, product,s and services contain content are subject to the client’s interpretation.