I help Trauma Survivors, Artists, Athletes and Overachievers who give it their all – recover and regain energy, on a physical and metaphysical level. Often these individuals are empaths, reduced to burnout because each moment is felt so profoundly and experienced so vividly. If this describes you, then you can count on reliable mind, body spirit advice to help you balance out, and restore.
I am an Intuitive Lifestyle Coach because it is the essence of my existence. I am here to assist by teaching through my experiences and my practices that have helped keep me level during stressful times.
What is an Intuitive Lifestyle Coach? An Intuitive Lifestyle Coach encourages you get in touch with yourself on the deepest levels and will help you learn to incorporate different tools and practices that will help you through huge transitions in life. These practices blend Ancient with Modern, and physical with metaphysical, and help you understand that you have the power to change your life.
Being an Artist and constantly creating, I understand the very important need to recharge the batteries. Being a trauma survivor, living with complex post-traumatic stress disorder, the need to think ahead, organize and create a harmonious space is essential. Mergeing these two concepts is where the healing begins.
I use a unique blend of Divination Philosophies – Vedic Birth Charts, Numerology, Meditation, Art, Yoga, Breathing and Visualization Exercises, Spiritual Advice – Cartomancy, Cleromancy, Scrying and other Natural Elements for Self-Healing.
This is Self-Exploration, using these Ancient Methods, as we dive in deep and bring Spiritual Awareness and Balance into your life. These methods will allow a continuous flow of creative energy and connection to your muses, to keep you fresh and at the top of your game.
The Four Noble Truths
They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering. More simply put, suffering exists; it has a cause; it has an end; and it has a cause to bring about its end.Buddha