Welcoming “My Soul’s Light”

I’ve been busy building the manuscript and have almost finished with the editing process for my fourth labor of love, a book of poetry with the most amount of poems in it that I have ever published. These 75 offerings were all written between June and late October of 2020 for my latest book, “My Soul’s Light”. I’m extremely proud of them. My poems are like my children and I have created careful tender loving moments in birthing them.

The ones chosen for this book are mostly channeled from the holy trinity of Archangels Gabriel, Michael and Raphael. It’s only in the editing process that I understand their depth. I humbly and honorably serve as the conduit, the messenger for Spirit or Divine, whichever you choose to call it. As a medium I am picking up on the nuances in the intetactions between people and nature. I’m drawn to intense energy like a moth to a flame and to make sense out of it all, my mind processes in metaphors and rhymes.

I shared a video of me reciting “Soul Strings” for my Instagram account along with a brief description of what inspired it. This poem explains what it feels like to be a shaman while in a trance during a healing session. As a dancer and an artist, I look at this energetic exchange as a dance with Spirit fueled by God. Such a humbling honor to use my many psychic abilities as the tools that help others to heal.

A grand dance with Spirit
“Soul Strings”

My goal is to have this done before my 43rd birthday next month. I will be announcing the official release soon. I’ve spent so much time working diligently all year on integrating my soul since its awakening in June 2019. Now I help others awakened their souls during the shamanic healing sessions I hold. I’ve come full circle my dears.

In light and in shadow, always with love. If you’re interested in a shamanic healing session, tarot card reading, my recorded meditations or to purchase any of my 3 books of poetry please click the link below.


The heartbeat of a nation

I awoke suddenly from a sound sleep early Saturday morning at 4 AM. I could feel the tides of change in the air, a drop in pressure from the collective. I remained quiet and still while this poem evolved from the thoughts about how much power words hold and how in the past 4 years we have seen a drastic change in their meaning and placement. An outright battle for truth and facts. I’m not just referring to the political landscape but also the online social media one. It seems so many are quick to react, attack and behave aggressively towards absolute strangers. My partner and I nicknamed these types of people “keyboard gangsters”. I pray so often for the decency I once knew to return to humanity. I pray the next 4 years are a time of healing, not only in my country but world wide.

Words matter

In the past few weeks, as the pressure cooker turned our society here in the U.S. temperature to a boiling degree becauseoftheelection, I often found myself telling others that no matter who was elected President, it wouldn’t change the way I myself showed up in the world. I will still be a kind and loving person in my daily interactions with others. Change starts from within, then spills out from oneself to every other living creature we encounter. If more of us understood this, we’d be less concerned with who is controlling “us” and more concerned with the control we actually govern, within ourselves.

I often write about the trauma I have endured and survived throughout my life. I’m a huge fan of hope and the acronym for it…Hold On Pain Ends. My motto is, “Triumphing over Trauma” and I feel now is one of those times to remind myself and you my dear readers to always keep hope alive in your heart. Everything in life is so temporary. There’s always tomorrow.

Hold On Pain Ends

I’ve been back home here in Southern Florida aka SoFlo for 4 days now. It feels really good to be back despite the dreary weather we’re having with tropical storm Eta’s heavy rain and wind. I am so thankful for what I’ve learned over the past 2 months since becoming a shaman. I’m fully committed to my practices and rituals. It was an absolute honor to finally work on my Mom who was simply amazed by her session. I learned a lot of advanced techniques that helped me to become the master I now stand as. I’ve risen to a new height of understanding how powerful and magical I truly am. Knowing and understanding my purpose like never before feels fantastic. I know November and December will be abundantly successful for me as I embark on new adventures. I can feel the 7 month odyssey of separation my partner and I have been on is nearing its close. I accept what has occurred for it has served a great purpose in my growth this year both personally and professionally. I release the pain of the past and am grateful to the experiences for the many lessons I learned. As a fire sign, a Sagittarius, I often have to put my hand on the hot stove top and get burned to truly learn. That’s how I’ve always been. Mistakes are how we learn and I chose to keep it movin forward my friends!

Accept and release

In light and in shadow, always with love. If you’re interested in a shamanic healing session, tarot card reading, my recorded meditations or to purchase any of my 3 books of poetry please click the link below.


What is a shaman: Celebrating my ancestors and soul work

I was recently blessed by having the opportunity to work on a fellow shaman sister who has trained under the teachings of Lindsey Luna, my shamanic healing teacher extraordinaire at her Soul Healing Academy. Spirit presents itself in such interesting ways in each session and I’m continually learning something about myself along with my clients. New ancestors show up and different guides make an appearance with messages from the great beyond. All in an effort to realign whomever it is I’m working with for their healing and highest good.

I’m a true artist at heart and I love to incorporate different percussion instruments in my sessions like Tibetan finger cymbals, drums, wood chimes, a singing bowl and my favorite energy shifting tool is my African rattle. I find myself speaking in different languages, mostly phrases I’m getting from Spirit that I either speak or sing. I like to chant and of course clap, stomp and dance. I intuitively chose different crystals to use on my clients along with essential oils that I use to evoke intentional healing on different levels depending on what we’re healing.

A question I often get is, what is a shaman and what do they do? The following description is from an article called “Mythology for Smart People” and then another example I pulled from a different source, they are in two excerpts:

“Shamanism can be considered to be the practice of entering an ecstatic trance state in order to contact spirits and/or travel through spiritual worlds with the intention of accomplishing some specific purpose”

The following is from another shaman I follow named Elizabeth Clemants and her website “Planning Change”. Her explanation is so on point:

“A treatment with a shaman has been called “ten years of therapy in one session,” and can be a powerful way to free oneself from repeating unproductive patterns.

What is a shaman?

Shaman are practitioners of traditional medicine methods that have been passed down by indigenous peoples for millennia. Shaman believe that all “problems” –whether physical or emotional–have a source in energy. The job of the shaman is to locate that energy lying at a problem’s source in any individual and shift it, causing the symptoms of the problem to shift as well.  

A shaman believe that each of us have a soul that has lived many lifetimes, and that this particular lifetime has a unique purpose and agenda. Determining one’s individual path in this life is aided by clarity and lightness; many of us are short of these qualities. Shaman watch and listen to an individual at ever-deepening layers until they identify the energy that needs attention; the shaman then works to remove heavy energy, add light, and shift the balance of a person’s system. This process can bring about healing at a foundational level.

 Why go to a shaman?

There are many reasons to go to a shaman: emotional depression, anxiety, long-lasting periods of grief, anger, a sense of dread. Physical symptoms such as insomnia, recurring nightmares, sudden weight changes, addiction, or disease (especially stress-related illnesses or unexplained physical pain) are also problems one might bring to a shaman session.

The cause of these problems may be obvious, such as a response to some sort of trauma. Distress emanating from relationship-based issues like divorce, infidelity, toxic family or work relationships, even the inability to get pregnant are also clear sources of pain. All of these can often be helped by a shaman.

But often the reasons for felt pain are unknown to the sufferers. Many who seek out a shaman shoulder a simple but overwhelming sense of just being “stuck,” with something unseen blocking movement forward. It is up to the shaman to find this energy source, setting into motion the shift necessary to alter problematic symptoms”.

I have lived an unconventional life my dears. It’s taken me 42 years to uncover my soul’s purpose. The other day while in meditation, God told me the work I’ve accomplished in the past 16 months is enough for 8 lifetimes. I recently broke a karmic contract from a past life thus freeing my spirit to ascend to new heights. I’ve reached master status now which is an extremely humbling honor. I will be returning to Florida knowing that even though I’m not meant to stay in Idaho right now, my time spent here has been incredibly enlightening and chock full of insightful lessons. This is such important work and I’m blessed to be able to perform it on others.

I originally first came here to Idaho on September 5th and will be returning to Florida on November 5th. I’ve done things that I wouldn’t have dreamt of in August. That’s the excitement of living a heart centered life while allowing my soul to be the driving force in my work. This poem sums it up perfectly.

My soul’s purpose

I took a video of myself reciting it too:

“Here to Heal”

My message is to be yourself my dears. That is your special brand of magic and only you can share it with the world. Love yourself fully and then spread that love to others. Allow yourself to be held in God’s grace.

God’s grace is as always goodness

In light and in shadow, always with love. If you’re interested in a shamanic healing session, tarot card reading, my recorded meditations or to purchase any of my 3 books of poetry please click the link below.