Hi! It’s so great to meet you!
Let me tell you a little about myself and my work. In 2004 I was working in corporate finance for one of the biggest banks in the world. Although I was working in the corporate world I had always been ‘spiritual’ and had been on a spiritual path for twenty fruitless years, searching for my path. While I was on holiday in Peru, visiting Machu Picchu, I was graced with a powerful vision, an initiation which told me to follow the path of the shaman of the Andean lineage. ‘Follow this path,’ I was told, ‘and we will help you.’ So that is exactly what I did. I gave up a six-figure salary and trained in various aspects of shamanism, shamanic healing, and energy healing, in the UK, the USA and South America. The spirits were true to their word and did help me – nearly two decades later my healing practice is still going strong, and I continue to help men, women and children worldwide heal from whatever is ailing them, put their past behind them and move forward in life to create amazing and fulfilling lives that previously they only dared dream of. I am constantly amazed at how quickly people move forward with this work, and how deep the healing process goes. I remain so grateful to have been chosen to work on this path and I love seeing and hearing about the positive changes it creates in my client’s lives.
Who are my clients you may ask? Well, they vary! The youngest person I have worked with was still in the womb. The oldest, 84. My clients come from all races and religions, and for the main part are not even remotely interested in shamanic healing, they just know that they want to be better. For children aged 0-9 I work completely remotely, providing feedback to parents after the session. For people 9 and up then we normally work over the telephone or via video call.
Shamanic healing is ‘non-local,’ which means that the healing actually occurs in another dimension, so there is no need for clients to travel to see me. It is much nicer for clients to work from their own home, as they are more relaxed that way and of course the telephone provides the safety for people to speak honestly and openly about things that they may not have ever spoken about before.