complete disorder and confusion
My whole life has been dedicated to healing in one form or another. I became a holistic healthcare provider in hopes that I could help others heal as well. After 10 successful years in practice, something still seemed to be missing. I never quite felt like I was doing a good enough job. What the problem actually was, was that I kept trying to shove myself into a box that I would never fit into – nor did I want to. I felt too restricted in my practice to do, say, and teach what I truly wanted to.
You see, I am a sucker for all things soul baring. I have always been a truth seeker. I don’t shy away from the hard things; I run full speed ahead holding the torch. I am a rebellious healer. A nonconforming, “don’t tell me what to do”, unorthodox kind of woman.
Throughout my experiences I’ve learned a lot of things. I’ve tried to be a lot of things. I’ve lost myself more than once. I’ve been heartbroken. I have fallen to my knees in gratitude. Above all though, I have learned that:
Healing is messy. It is not linear. It is not always kind or beautiful. It can be relentless, tragic…and utter chaos
Wherever you are at on your journey – I’m in the arena with you, getting my ass kicked every day…and there’s no place I’d rather be.