“I put it right there, made it easy for you to get to
Now you wanna act like ya don’t know what to do“
-Lose My Breath, Destiny’s Child
I had made a video called “50 Starseed Product Ideas”, and while narrowing down the content on each of my social media platforms decided to create a revised, more rich and explanatory version here. This can be a great sheet to print out and share with members of your shop, attendees at your seminar or just as a creativity motivator.
1. Laminated infographics: You can find a laminator machine at Staples for $40. All you do is put regular paper through the machine, which can be a color print-out of your downloads. Star people draw sacred geometry, light language, channeling psychic art constantly. If you come out with geometry, make these into program plates for crystals, sacred geometry grids, or informational charts that are colorful. If you want to show samples of an art original, print out a smaller version and make trading cards. You can do this with illustrations especially if you have a display and want to preserve the printout. The only thing about this is shipping for which you will need large envelopes and it can be pricey to ship abroad. If you have worldwide customers, consider a downloadable version. Infographics can be ordered on fiverr.com or made yourself on canva.com
2. Book: You can write a regular, paperback book on multiple online platforms. Consider publishing on Lulu.com, Createspace for Amazon, or just google a self-publisher. If you want to get published, you will have to go through a process which Doreen Virtue describes in her latest book The Courage to Be Creative: How to Believe in Yourself, Your Dreams and Ideas, and Your Creative Career Path with some amazing tips. E-books can be created just by having a PDF file ready and uploaded to your online platform. Convert that to an ePub file, and it is ready to be distributed on Kindle. There are online services that distribute your book to online stores. Remember to self-promote, making promotional items with your other services. If you want to make smaller publications, look into zine-printing, writing articles, and magazines. You can make your own on magcloud.
3. Items using a chakra system: Your key words to creating something chakra-based include “rainbows; base-7; energy; healing; meridians; wellness; palette; sanskrit; source field; sacred geometry; aura; psychology; energy field/energy centers; layers; mental/emotional/spiritual; blockage; template; crystals; kundalini” and the list goes on. Googling definitions for “spiritual” terms will help you to understand what this universe is made of so that you can communicate your deeper, telepathic understandings in a way that other spiritual people can comprehend.
4. Conscious statements & affirmations: People spend hours looking at quotes on social media. One lady I knew sat on the couch for about 7 hours a day just re-posting positivity affirmations. People need reminders in their life. A service called ShineText already does this to your cellphone, daily. Instagram accounts are dedicated to just this idea. Law of Attraction stickers have been made for your fridge. Do what you can to get your truth out! I like to sell buttons, totes and stickers on my etsy shop.
5. Promotional service: If someone is really satisfied by someone’s products or likes their energy, they will want to know more about what is being offered. You can help that person get the word out by conceptualizing flyers, designing bookmarks, making postcards for DJs, whatever! Just use your creative talent to make a printable visual. Also make digital versions for people’s social media! You can offer package deals to post for them on their social media or distribute their business cards for them in your town at local coffee shops. Doing collaborations with others is also a fine way to get your work out there, so team up or swap, make friends and great content together!
6. Farmer’s Market plants: Lots of starseeds send me pictures of their little plants! A good friend of mine grows herbs out of coffee cups and puts them on her window sill. If you are a natural greenthumb, invest in a black light or maybe even hydroponic system to have your own supply of butter lettuce! Then book a spot at the local outdoor market (pay for a table/tent space) and get ready to socialize. We are all ready for tribal communities and this is also a great place to trade in your free time. Starting your own market or neighborhood trade can work but there are legal policies you should consider. If that sounds like too much, do your own cosmic tupperware party.
7. Clay sculptures: Pottery is an amazing way to calm down and create practical items for the home, self-expression, or to out-do mass production. (The last one was supposed to be humorous.) There are definitely not enough “dread beads” (which I like to call locks or hair beads instead for political correctness) or clay-and-crystal themed collectables on Etsy, or cute coffee cups and flower pots. If you like vintage, start thrifting for a “deadstock/throwback” collection, like now. Vintage nowadays means pre-1995.
8. Life-coaching services: Creating classes, workshops, series, downloadables is very important for intuitives as they are great at directing others. If you don’t feel comfortable calling yourself a “psychic” then use the title life coach. These energy bunnies are often very much in tune with what is going on in your head and will typically have more ideas than a psychotherapist. What I’m saying is they can be more business-oriented and help you get situated in life, whereas a therapist will help you make decisions to get better and thus learn to self-motivate after a traumatic experience. Just remember people do different versions of this industry and services will vary depending on the culture.
9. Socializing app: Dating sites can be a little scary. A lot of people are just looking to connect and find people like themselves for a good conversation. Instead of an online forum, you can make an app that connects people with a similar interest, like tarot, psychedelics or astral travel. You just want to encourage people to share so make it a very user-friendly and simple system, otherwise people will get turned off because they are typically very busy in general. It can take time to build an audience, so if you need this for income, make one for someone who doesn’t know how to make an app.
10. Intercultural music: I just heard this amazing song on a fellow Youtuber’s soundcloud, and I like how you can put rave music behind almost anything. These days we are traveling more and so making musical combinations together is well, the elixir of life.
11. Social Media for Wellness: Do product reviews and get sent healthy products. Talk about what you’re passionate about. Get excited about anything and share that energy with others in audiovisual form! You’ll figure out what platform works for you best as you refine your craft, my witchy friends! Even just making comedy helps people de-stress and improves their quality of life. Look into a good HD camera and start filming by a window, at least. Over time, you’ll develop a style and get more sophisticated. It’s really about you, but helping others is always a bonus. You can also do Q&A’s, tutorials, or how-to’s as an expert on your topic.
12. Trade conscious materials: If you have an abundance of natural items found only in your local area, start trading those or sell them in lots and bundles. You can be a go-to person for a certain type of wood, rocks, oil, string, mineral, feathers, leaves, paint, shells, you name it! Just be nice to mother nature and do not disturb protected areas! It will help decrease your carbon footprint if you get those materials out locally so people don’t have to order cheap stuff internationally. Make sure your price is reasonable.
13. A traveling service: Having a little set-up ready for live painting, sewing clothes/patches, ghostbusting/space-clearing, giving massages or doing readings can fit in at any kind of venue. Spaces charge by the hour unless it’s a convention, so check meetup.com, facebook events, the local library, festivals and conferences. If you travel a lot this can help with supplementary income, such as doing photography for someone in a location they can’t normally reach.
Bonus: The random, the out there, the unusual: rusty junk art; social media fonts/icons; mermaid toys; rap backpacks; new agey nail extensions; a German gnome museum; dubstep backgrounds; rainbow light fixtures; personalized stamps; glitter mushroom tapestries; encyclopedia of [your topic]. Don’t be afraid to be different, that’s how the whole world goes ’round. You’ll find that in the genre you are passionate about, certain products/services just emerge, like out of thin air. A guitar player will have an album, a psychic will do sessions and a gardener will have some pesto. Stay grounded, but remember to dream and do the unthinkable!
All in all, if you remain consistent in what you do, people will understand you better and you’ll be the go-to person for whatever it is you are passionate about! It’s also okay if you want to come out with lines, series, limited editions and one-time-offers. Just give what you’re good at and excited about a try, and you can’t go wrong! For more ideas on improving your energy levels and fulfilling your purpose, check out my books on Amazon. I’m also offering a course this March to help you align with the new cosmic energies. Get it, seeds! Your spirituality exists to empower you and fulfill yourself in the physical! ~*
Psychic Medium, Author, Artist