It’s interesting when asked to define myself what I came up with. I have known since I was young that I could do anything if I just focused and kept moving forward. Looking back I now realize that it wasn’t until my Dad passed that I felt a sense of freedom to start exploring what I truly wanted, uncovering the emotions that had been deeply buried. As I pushed myself to confront my feelings I had no idea that I would discover how strongly I was connected to the Universe, and have been since an early age. Taking a step into my past with a new set of eyes has helped me move from surviving to thriving. The greatest gift I have given myself is the permission of Choice. I have the ability to make a choice in every situation and can change my choice at any time. I work on this freedom every day, some days it comes more easily than others, but I have learned that the beauty is in the process. I feel whole and alive in the moment.
I have raised a family and have six beautiful grandkids that call me Granny. Growing up with my kids has been an honor and through the struggles of marrying into a family, and finding my place in it, has taught me that love comes in all shapes and sizes. Choice is such an essential part of any relationship. Letting go of the perception that I have to be perfect to be valued has dramatically shifted how I interact in all my relationships. It is sometimes uncomfortable, but in the end I remind myself that discomfort goes with change, and soon it will pass.
My quest for a deeper understanding of myself brought me to energy medicine, and I met Marie Manuchehri, RN and Energy Intuitive. It was through the experience of moving energy that I felt driven to explore more of myself more deeply. I became a Reiki Master and graduated from Marie’s two-year Mentoring Program, which forever changed my life. I allowed myself to get vulnerable, fought through hard changes and made some life- long connections with a group of sweet souls that push me to live in vulnerability and follow my passions. I have embraced my inner dialogue and mostly welcome the highly charged conversations that push me into an extraordinary place.
I am honored and humbled to be working with individuals who are engaged in the search for themselves. Their ability to be open to their own vulnerability, and looking inside themselves, is a heartening adventure which I cherish.