My Story

Why me?

Because I have lived a life that has been painful and beautiful at the same time. I grew up middle class poor in the Midwest, with loving parents but one drank the other denied. I married young to escape my family home, got beat up by my husband and bore a child. I wanted a different life for him, so I divorced and started college. I repeated this pattern- had a child (this one with a rare syndrome), got married again, got beat up again, divorced again and finally finished school. I am a very keen observer; I noticed then that I was running away from my life and repeating mistakes of the past instead of running towards a better future. It was difficult being a single mom of 2 kids with their own special needs and working two jobs while going back to school. 

 That time was exhausting and painful and beautiful.  So began the 20-year lessons that drew me to becoming a Life Coach. Today I have the richest, fullest imaginable life. It came on the back of a lot of hard work, late nights and sometimes falling asleep while my kids played.   What pushed me forward was the knowledge that, with determination, I could change anything in my life. I chose to rewrite my future. 

Today I have over 20 years’ experience working with people and helping them change their story. I have guided them through health issues, loss, and success. I have meet them in their worst personal moments and laughed with them once they found true happiness. I have worked in the Non-profit sector as a sexual assault/domestic violence advocate helping people regain their lives and rebuild or often build a life for themselves. 

So here’s the thing: If I can change, and they can change, you can change too. You know this in your heart, - I see you struggle. If you are willing to open your heart and your mind, I will be your guide. You too deserve all the riches of life, so let’s not wait another minute. Let’s get started.

The Goddess of Woo:

It is funny how we keep certain things about ourselves locked away. For years I hid my Woo afraid of others reactions. From the age of 11 I have had interactions with those who have recently died. Usually they want to pass on some information to their loved ones, it happens within the first few weeks of their passing and if I relay the message they stop visiting, if I don’t, they will insist until I do. Now that is not something a kid or even an adult says out loud, we understand the repercussions. Also, I see some people in colors and watch their Chakras spin, doesn’t everyone?

 

Turns out no, or maybe they are afraid too. Past lives, Yes, I have had those too. I see the world as a thin vail of the either, that separates the plain of present and past. At my age, there is no time to keep my gifts locked up especially when I have seen how often they help other out, I am done being afraid. I am telling you this to give you comfort. I don’t judge, my mind is open to you, and I am ready to hear you. Really hear you with my heart. 

As a Reiki Master my life has grown in ways I can not articulate, life altering seems too small. If you are looking to grow, check out the Reiki Classes they are beautifully designed and structured for a perfect online or in person  experience.

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