I love the work I do. Over the past several years I've worked hard and never given up on doing my own work in healing myself and learning how to love myself, in reclaiming my personal power and my life. That makes me better at helping you.
The work we to together, and the work you do for yourself, is worth the time and effort. You are worth the time and effort.
We all deserve to Be Well.
The Be Well Energy Work Story
In truth, the story of how Be Well Energy Work came to be has it's beginnings in my own healing journey. The first hints and whispers go as far back as January 7, 1997. I had just given birth to my first child and knew as I recovered under the tender sweet care of the nurses that I had a calling in helping people heal. At the time I thought it might have something to do with obstetrics or nursing, and a few short years later I thought it might have something to do with Psychology or counseling.
Yet after considering each of those, and even some general studying in those fields, I knew the path I had been on was correct, but my destination was not in those directions. I was impressed that it was time to take a break and in doing so had a period of independent study that was the awakening of my healing journey and learning the skills and techniques that would bring me peace and hope for the first time in a very long time. I had spent far too many years hurting, and in my hurting, wounding others, especially the people I loved most.
I was very aware that I was not “me” anymore, and I yearned to have myself back. I desperately wanted to feel alive and healthy again, to be at peace. Step by step I was given answers and understanding. I'm not there yet, but after several years of 'swimming in the deep end' and immersing myself with the tools that I was led to and helped by, I have felt the nudges, the encouragement of the divine, and now those I respect in the field of energy work, to share my light and gifts with those who are brought into my influence.
I'm not perfect. I'm still making progress in healing my own life. But there are days when I consider where I was compared to where I am now and realize the miracle it is that I am still here, and better yet, that my life is a stark contrast to what it once was and getting better every day! Those were dark days, very dark. They were heavy and hopeless. Today those dark days are a memory. I feel the sunshine within my soul, the sparkle in my life, the peace I knew existed but before had felt so elusive. Not every day is perfect, but even the occasional cloudy days are good days by comparison.
I'm honored and excited to assist others in their own journey in whatever way I can, because it's time for all of us to 'Be Well'.