I was born a Spiritual Medium and it has affected every aspect of my life.
Growing up, I didn’t know a thing about my unique abilities as a Medium, coaching wasn’t around yet and I liked writing but becoming an author wasn’t on my radar.
My current reality wasn’t even an option. It didn’t exist to me!
I knew I wanted to help people heal and it has been a journey to do the work I do today.
How it all began…
Creating My Career
When I was in 6th grade, I had to write a paper about what I wanted to do when I grew up.
I remember tuning in to what do I want to be when I grow up in my 6th grade classroom for my paper. I wanted to be a nurse. I immediately saw a Red Cross truck and knew I wanted to go to Europe and help with the war.
That was it. I felt the energy, I was connected to it and I saw it clearly. I was going to be a nurse. Except…
I Was Seeing a Past Life
There was no war when I was in 6th grade for me to go to Europe to support. That should have been a sign to me!
My yearbook is filled with good luck in nursing school messages. I had the grades, I had the drive and ambition but I was seeing another life. Unfortunately, I didn’t know it at the time.
A life where my husband went off to war and I left our kids to join the Red Cross and help the soldiers with the mission of finding my husband. Which I didn’t do – but I did know him in high school in this life – he was fascinated with Germany and I was not interested in dating anyone in the military. Everything comes back around so we can heal and I did.
I went to nursing school thinking I would be a Hospice Nurse and help with the transition during death for everyone involved. It seemed like a perfect fit but there wasn’t much hospice experience and I HATED clinicals.
I would find myself on the bed talking to my patients about what brought them to the hospital, what problems they had in their life and helped them create a plan to get back to the life they originally envisioned.
– None of this was nursing and nurses don’t have time to do this kind of work. They are very overworked on the floor.
Everything Changed in One Exam
In my senior year with TWO classes to go, planning my Hospice Nursing Career and move to San Diego I FAILED my nursing final.
Failing a final is weighted to fail the whole class since it’s all about being prepared for the NCLEX.
Mind you, I was an A/B student. I had never failed a test like this in my life.
As we were walking out of the exam, my study buddy (this is a real thing in nursing school) couldn’t believe I didn’t remember a single question from the test as we had studied it all together and knew all the answers. I remember her looking at me with panic in her eyes.
I told her that during the test I felt like I was floating. I kept hearing, “It’ll be okay.” I remember looking around the room. Wanting to go to the bathroom and not being able to focus on a single question.
I got the results the next day from my study buddy – I failed.
At first I was in shock – but not really. I was more concerned about what I would do now. All of my college classes were nursing school focused.
I didn’t want to wait 2 quarters and retake the class. I was being pulled to live in San Diego and when I really surrendered and tuned in to my work, I saw myself doing coaching work like my aunt was in San Jose.
I left nursing school my senior year much to my family’s dismay and began something they didn’t understand.
Claiming My Abilities & Starting My Career
Looking back, it was CRAZY what I did starting my business in 2002. I listened to what I was being guided to do intuitively and no one could tell me otherwise – although they all tried.
There was no social media and I had just moved across country from Columbus, Ohio to San Diego. I only knew my uncle, his girlfriend and her family. Luckily I was very guided.
When I said I was a coach they asked volleyball or basketball because of my height. Coaching was so new in 2002.
At first I partnered up and was going after work in organizations. But I preferred the individual and supporting them in letting go and clearing their energy.
I finished my degree after beginning again almost from scratch. I got my Bachelors degree from California State University San Marcos and had a 4.0 every semester! My degree focused on communication, sociology and psychology – all subjects relevant to the work I do today.
I stepped into my power, my abilities, I built a clientele basis and a following.
Creating My Programs
After 15 years of a session here, a session there or small mini packages, I was frustrated. The work I was doing wasn’t moving them forward, they were not getting enough to support to move forward. It was more of a fix me right now session.
I realized that in order to truly create the change my clients were seeking and support them, I had to offer packages. While a session made them feel amazing, the programs help them reach their goals and up-level their lives quickly and easily.
You are here and that means you are healing stuff.
Healing layers of old hurt, past lives, family patterns and more is what you are here to do. You’ll clear out some in one session. But when you’re looking at millions of lives and only being able to clear what YOU are ready to heal in this moment, that is not the work of one session here, one session there.
Programs give you the support and scheduled sessions to up-level your energy and your experiences. The shifts are powerful!
Being a Spiritual Medium Today
I don’t come across people in my life that don’t believe in what I do anymore. They exist but they aren’t in my vibration.
I do have family that still isn’t exactly sure what I do and with them I get to be on break. They don’t pull on me or ask anything of me energetically.
My clients however, they are drawn to me.
I have found my path and the nursing education helps me when my clients have health issues to see what is happening physically and energetically.
I am grateful for the experiences that have led me to where I am now. The work I do is powerful and life changing. While I took the career path less traveled, it was exactly what I was guided to do.