Author, Healer, Yoga Instructor & Coach to the Stars Allegedly Commits Suicide


Psalm Isadora, a well-known and loved coach, author, and tantric healer in Los Angeles died just days ago. The reason I’m only now sharing it with you is because I waited until I was more certain of the cause of death.

Sadly, her personal friends have posted that it was suicide. We will, of course, let you know as more details emerge, but right now our hearts go out to her family and friends. We cannot imagine their grief.

The outpouring of support, on both her personal and professional Facebook pages (and across the web), is evidence of how much she was loved by the people she touched.

Psalm had overcome many obstacles in her life and was a beautiful soul, inside and out.

This video is chilling (I’ve stayed in this hotel).

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  • SF

    So tragic, we so often give that which we are most in need of ourselves.

  • Semi Handsome


  • Milgram_Experiment

    When you feel like committing suicide get away from your cell phone and go outdoors for a run. Visit the countryside and get away from the smart grid. You will be surprised how different things will be. Look up radiowave sickness.

  • Jen S. Jones

    She was abused by her father and then focused on a business about sex. It was the wrong area for a sexual abuse victim to focus on. It’s lower chacra energy.

  • Lemsip

    As long as you have decent weather. It doesn’t have to be warm and/or sunny. Just not extreme weather. When you get to a certain age you can only walk or cycle.

  • Hmm, very interesting! I was just reading her stuff on MBG last year, didn’t feel particularly connected to her wisdom, but it was interesting learn about how tantra is being promoted in the West.

    It certainly shows how much even renowned teachers have to go through, and how big of a burden it can become to try and fix the demon’s of others, whilst still trying to battle with your own.

  • Rissa Usd

    She is a survivor and she committed suicide? She didn’t even take her life years ago when she felt down in the dumps… listen to her lectures, and now she has found herself and is getting people to listen to her lectures and counselling…and she comittedd suicide? I don’t buy this at all!

  • Femme Rising

    To the author and others who did not know Psalm and have commented below, it would be wise to know the facts before sharing your opinions. Psalm didn’t end her life because of being wounded or because of sexual trauma, it was due to the very real side effect of suicidal ideation from coming off the medication Xanax. Chemical imbalance had nothing to do with her “second chakra” or her choice of work (which by the way changed my life and the lives of of thousands).

  • C.K.

    I am sorry but there is NO WAY for me to believe that Psalm could ever commit suicide. Not she who was so full of life and love and energy, and so loving of all that she was doing, and so grounded! This is insane, and sad sad sad…….! Come on!

  • I agree with you. After watching her video after the man tried to commit suicide in her hotel lobby, there is no way she was suicidal. I hope her friends are not falling for a phony story. My guess is murder. She was powerful, charismatic, an activist, and a holder of controversial attitudes and opinions. That is enough to engender murderus hatred…

  • I say no way did this strong and actualized young woman commit suicide. I hope someone is looking into what really happened. She is EXACTLY the kind of charismatic controversial leader who gets murdered. Please hire a detective to find out what really happened and who did it.
    At least report how is supposedly happened. None of it makes sense right now.

  • Sad to see that what she sold to others didn’t work for her. “Yes, yes, yes!” she exhorts us, and she finally gave in to a “no.”

  • And she was on Xanax because her life was such a “yes?” Or was it because she was wounded and needed the Xanax because the “yes” isn’t a real healing technique? It brings relief, no doubt, but it will never create release.

  • Steven O’Malley

    I agree 100%.