Based in Northern California, Michelle Beltran is an author, psychic medium, and life coach. Michelle has excelled in several roles throughout her career before establishing herself in her current position.
Michelle began her career working in law enforcement in the Air Force after graduating from college. In this position, Michelle was frequently called upon to deal with human and social issues of a sensitive and stressful nature. This aspect of her job provided Michelle with a deep insight and understanding of different people, personalities, and issues.
After her time in the Air Force, Michelle landed a position as a probation officer. As a probation officer, she was given the opportunity to help those who genuinely needed purpose and inspiration to transform their lives. As part of her probation career, Michelle implemented the department’s first-ever K9 Narcotic Drug Detection Program; this program was one of only five assigned to a probation department in California. As a result, Michelle formed a powerful connection with her canine partner, Kilo.
During her time as a probation officer, Michelle Beltran decided to take up running. She began training for a race and ended up connecting with a triathlon coach who encouraged her to train for a triathlon. During her triathlon training, Michelle realized her love of cycling. Michelle quickly rose through the ranks and was soon racing competitively.
To pursue her passion for cycling, Michelle retired from her position as a probation officer and continued to race professionally for many years.
A number of difficult life situations eventually forced Michelle to reevaluate her chosen path. After much reflection and internal growth, Michelle decided to attend Chico Psychic Institute and Reno Psychic Institute, where she immediately found success. Her teacher approached her, recognizing her talent, and inspired her to launch her own business, which she has been doing since.
Michelle realized from a young age that she possessed psychic gifts. She has always had a deep curiosity and fascination with the mind, wanting to understand how it works and psychic functioning. Her mother, also a psychic, was a significant influence supporting her to develop her intuition.
For Michelle, the aspect of her career that brings her the most joy is the immense change and personal growth she witnesses in her clients over time. Michelle feels their growth helps her to continue growing and becoming the best version of herself. She is deeply moved by and sincerely appreciates their passion for living a life that honors their soul. Michelle Beltran is committed to helping her clients develop and thrive.
Our Interview With Michelle Beltran, Psychic Medium
Question: What accomplishment are you most proud of?
Michelle Beltran: Aside from being deeply honored and enriched to support many clients over the past two decades, I feel very accomplished to author my first book, Take the Leap: What It Really Means to Be Psychic.
Question: What did you waste the most time on when you were first starting your career?
Michelle Beltran: I don’t feel like I wasted time, only because early on, I learned an invaluable lesson from racing a bicycle regarding right timing:
Many years ago, I received an invitation to attend a training camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado. I was being considered to race for the U.S. National Team having had some successful results racing a bicycle. While there, I sat in the company of former Olympian, Mari Holden, who was teaching and mentoring those of us in attendance. At the time, I had a deep desire to race overseas in Europe, where the international competition was fierce and the peloton full of the most talented professional bicycle racers on the planet. Yet, I had only been racing a few years. I thought to myself, “I’m not ready for that. I better wait for that right time.” I shared my desire with Mari and my quandary about ‘right timing’. To my absolute delight, Mari said, “Go! Go to Europe now.” She continued to explain there is no such thing as the right timing; there is only your timing. Honor your desire and look beyond the expectations or beliefs of others.
So, I remember this advice and let it ripple into life far beyond my cycling career. If it feels like the right time to you, do it now and don’t look back.
Question: Name a tool you use for work that you can’t live without.
Michelle Beltran: Meditation and quieting my mind of thought and left brain chatter.
Question: What is your favorite hobby, and why?
Michelle Beltran: Dancing. It fuels my soul. I love to express creativity through movement and co-harmonize with my dance partner to the rhythm of the music. One of my favorite songs to dance to is “Better” by Khalid.
Question: What excites you the most about your industry right now?
Michelle Beltran: That people are beginning to awaken, amplify, and trust their inner voice – their intuitive mind. It’s no longer taboo to do so.
Question: What concerns you most about your industry right now?
Michelle Beltran: Not one thing.
Question: What’s the greatest risk you’ve ever taken?
Michelle Beltran: As a former law enforcement officer/probation officer, I traveled throughout the U.S. and Far East. In this line of work, I often found myself thrust into dangerous situations requiring the very best management of the authority I had been given and the tactful handling of sensitive and stressful situations.
Question: Name one small habit that positively impacts your productivity.
Michelle Beltran: My devotion to healthy living and fitness – being consistent with it keeps me productive.
Question: What tips do you have for getting a seat at the table?
Michelle Beltran: Be your authentic self.
Question: What book has made the biggest impact on your life?
Michelle Beltran: The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.