I have had my gifts since childhood but didn’t understand they were extra ordinary. I would come home after preschool and kindergarten knowing which episode of my favorite cartoon would be on because it would pop in my head at some point during the day at school. I would see a Native American spirit in our backyard regularly, under the crab apple tree (the home I grew up in had many Indian burial mounds in the vicinity). Dreams would come true very frequently. Usually just mundane things like whole conversations that would take place, or who we would run into at the grocery store with my mom. You tend to be told these things are just coincidences or you have an overactive imagination. When you start to believe the things you are told that magical part of yourself starts to fade away…but only if you let it.
When I was 14 years old my first mentor found me. She sought me out, educated me about my gifts (after convincing me they were real) and before my 15th Birthday she was driving me to a coffee shop in Uptown where I started giving readings.
Never believing I could do this as a career I went through a number of professions that, although I enjoyed and excelled, never felt like the correct path. Bizarre obstacles always seemed to manifest themselves, convincing me there was something else I was meant to do. I went to culinary school a week after graduating high school and was a Chef and a Pastry Chef until I was 24 years old. I followed my passion for horses and graduated from an amazing horse training academy and I continue to work with horses to this day. Since then I have had a number of careers in different fields, I often wondered what was wrong with me that I couldn’t find a job or career that I felt really good being in and resonated with me on a higher level.
If I was the common denominator, then there must be something wrong with me. The truth is, I was meant for something else. My guides and angels were always trying to guide me to where I needed to be. I am a stubborn individual and although they threw every obstacle at me that shook my moral values of how I was treated at past jobs, it took them interfering with my health and guiding me toward another mentor to truly embrace my life purpose of helping others with my gifts, to move forward and pursue it.
Luckily, I am blessed to have a number of intuitive and psychic mentors in my life that have guided me (and sometimes dragged me) towards my life purpose. To them I am eternally grateful. To follow my life's purpose of using my gifts to help others has been a miraculous blessing.
I am passionate about spending time with my horses and galloping through nature. Cooking and baking are still things I love and I continue to create with these skills, enjoying sharing my culinary creations with others. Traveling exhilarates me and I plan to continue my adventures abroad. Yoga is a new found joy and I’m embracing it whole heartedly. It excites me to discover the magic inside myself, others and the places I find myself exploring.
"Possibilities and miracles mean the same thing."