Authenticity Writer and Coach.
Akashic Record Reader and Channel
CLASSES I TEACH AT ALTAR
LiFT Circle: Accessible Akashic Wisdom on The Nature of Love
I work to bring the intersection of philosophy and spirituality to people in a simple, beautiful way, to help them create a more authentic life.
I DO WHAT I DO BECAUSE:
My soul calls me and I listen.
PIECE OF ADVICE I'D GIVE MY YOUNGER SELF:
Listen to your inner guidance, and everything will work itself out.
I FEEL MOST AT HOME:
Spending time with the people I love.
WHEN I AM INSPIRED MY MIND FEELS: /MY BODY FEELS:
When my mind is still and my body is in a state of knowing.
I LONG TO:
Be free to be in all moments.
ONE OUTFIT FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE:
Jeans, a happy tee shirt, a comfy button up, and badass boots.
MY FAVORITE FORM OF PLAY:
Sadly, talking about philosophy or spirituality, preferably poolside.
BOOKS THAT CHANGED MY LIFE:
Four Quartets, Four Agreements, Freedom from the Known
WHAT I LOVE MOST ABOUT MYSELF:
I am loyal, loving, and available to those I love.
WHAT I'D LIKE MORE OF IN MY LIFE IS: (If you'd like more time or money, describe what you'd do with more time or money.)
WHAT I WANT LESS OF IN MY LIFE IS:
My impostor voice.
I AM MY BEST SELF WHEN:
I am in my truth.
THE LESSON IN MY LIFE THAT KEEPS REPEATING IS:
Trust in your truth and let things unfold into the unknown.
Stillness in the storms of life.
I CAN HARDLY TOLERATE:
Emotional upheaval with those I love.
THE PEOPLE I INTERACT WITH THE MOST SEE ME AS SOMEONE WHO IS:
Loyal, smart, loving and a bit of a devilish sense of humor. ;)
MY FAVORITE PLACE ON EARTH:
With my son doing just about anything.
MY NO-FAIL, GO-TO FEEL GOOD SONG:
Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me Elton John
I WOULD LIKE TO REVOLUTIONIZE:
Our relationship to the truth of who we are.
The smell of the seasons changing.
A SOUL-QUENCHING DAY IS:
Almost all the days of the week: wake up, do what I love, help others find truth, learn something new, laugh with a friend, spend time with my son.
ADD YOUR OWN PROMPT:
The world would be a better place: if we all practiced being who we are over attempting to become who we are.
THE ALTAR OF MY LIFE IS:
To honor the dance, "at the still point of the turning world." T.S. Eliot