I personally believe everyone has a mission or purpose to fulfill.
My Story …
I lived in a beautiful home in a beautiful city in northern California with lots of supportive, loving friends in my life, a challenging sales position, but definitely not feeling fulfilled either in my work or in my life.
I was looking in a local newspaper for a massage therapist when I came across a hypnotherapist ad. My first appointment with her was life changing! Over the next several months, she gave me hope, insight and direction. I looked at myself differently and with new possibilities. She helped me heal my old pain. She saw me doing similar work: teaching, facilitating and speaking to groups. She said I had a message to share and that I also was to give people hope.
Within the next year I started my hypnotherapy training and continued to complete NLP
(Neuro-Linguistic Programming). After that, I began course work in ‘Spiritual Intuitive Development’.
During my 20+ years as a hypnotherapist, I have done many private sessions, working with career and relationship transition, helping people find love, happiness and life purpose. I created many workshops that would appeal to a variety of people.
In 1997, I was ordained into the Madonna Ministry, a ‘church without walls’ or ‘wherever you pray is the house of God’. This church is dedicated to the Divine Mother energy of love and compassion.
The Work …
The subconscious mind is so powerful, that it does not know the difference between what is real and what we imagine. So if we can show ourselves a very clear picture, add words to empower that picture, and do this on a consistent basis, we can actually bring those pictures into our lives in the here and now.
To make it easier for clients, I create personalized CD’s so they remain focused on their goals. By doing quarterly goals they have a program that is current with changes as they come into their lives. When listened to consistently, what we listened to begin to manifest in our lives. I think it is important with all the TV, radio, and drama that the media sells to us, that we take the time to know what it is we want, want to create, and to make that our focus.
I feel richly rewarded and thankful to be doing the work I love. It feels good to make a difference in people’s lives.