I’ve always loved the deep dive - in conversations, in my own healing work, in meditation, when traveling or learning something new, in my sessions with clients, into the mysteries and magic of this world.
I always want to know what’s underneath, and underneath that, and then underneath that. I want to know the guts, the essence, the genesis, the core.
And I don’t want to just visit there, I want to spend time there, really know and understand it. To Presence there.
This love for the richness of depth is why I love my work. Because it’s crucial to go deep when dealing with big life changes, for how else will you understand what’s happening to you, and why….and what is being asked of you?
Having a guide who knows the terrain well, knows how to enter and how to emerge, who isn’t afraid of the landscape of great change, is invaluable. Especially one who helps you learn the terrain yourself, to understand it, trust it, allow it to transform you.
How do I know this terrain so well?
Well, first would be the loss of my oldest son in October of 2018. I am still on that journey of healing from his passing.
There has also been divorce, and the ending of very significant and meaningful relationships.
I also lead wild dolphin swims for 13 years, and visited a number of sacred sites in my studies on geomancy, and the effects of sacred journeys and sacred places on human consciousness.
And there’s more - my own healing from sexual abuse and my father’s suicide, the bliss and transcendent states of consciousness I regularly entered into through my work with the dolphins, as well as in the sound healing experiences I’ve given and received with gongs and singing bowls.
Through all of this diverse and infinitely rich life - even when it was excruciatingly hard - I always did whatever I had to do to get to the pure essence, and truth, of what was really going on, what was needed to heal, and what was being asked of me going forward.
Along the way I learned a few things, got a Masters degree in Transpersonal Psych from Naropa, trained in sound therapies with tuning forks, singing bowls, and gongs, went through more than a few big deal transformations, and put those things into some pretty interesting offerings. Oh, and I’ve had a private practice for 30 years, so I’ve been able to hone my craft for a long while.
That’s what I bring to you.