With 10 years experience in social work and non-profit management, I steadily began to shift from my work-life into my current life-work in 2009. As a self-proclaimed soul warrior, I take an active role in facilitating the creative human path of integration, purposefulness, and meaning.
Thank you for visiting this site and blessings to you on your journey into being.
Over time, in the process of exploring my own brokenness, I have come to realize that many of us have fragmented souls due to trauma. Because of trauma, parts of us become frozen in time.
Gratefully, when the spirit feels protected, our soul can begin to integrate again. Although this can be a painful process, the reward is wholeness, a meaningful life, and renewed sense of purpose.
Integration is a gift to each of us and to life.
Spirit (Holy Spirit, chi, ki, prana) is strengthened or weakened by the choices we make in our life. There is an intimate dance between heart-mind-intuition and gut-mind-instinct. Life is an opportunity to understand our soul whispers and respond to them accordingly so that our life purpose may reveal itself and unfold.
All this is to say that becoming a human being is a process. When we learn the art and craft of stewarding this process, we can begin to embody our own story and tap into the endless creativity of our own healing path. And, as we tap into our own story, we tap more fully into the story of the earth, the web of life, and our place in it all.
I created this website to offer poetry, writings, herbal musings, and whole foods recipes, as well as to share my wellness services with the intention to support those on their journey into being.
“To be healthy is to be whole and to be holy. It is to acknowledge the great goodness that our bodies are linked to the bodies of other people, to the bodies of plants and animals, indeed to the earth, the sun and moon, and the other heavenly bodies. It is to receive the awareness, at once humbling and exhilarating, that we are a part of Creation, one with all that we live from and all that, in turn, lives from us.” ~Wendell Berry