Thank you for sharing in my journey — I hope that it inspires you to keep exploring the depths of your Soul with wherever you’re at on your own journey.
In October of 2017 the loss of my Dad in a tragic accident catalyzed my spiritual awakening, however, this story begins long before that. It has truly been a life-long journey and it continues to unfold everyday.
Growing up I was fairly quiet and often denoted as the shy girl (hello INFJ over here 🙋🏼♀️) when truthfully I was often simply off in my own little world of adventure and magic.
I didn’t want to talk about trivial, surface level things, and I didn’t enjoy the constraints of school or the pressures of society to “figure our life out”.
I wanted to talk about the moon and the stars ✨
I wanted to talk about what else might be out there 👽
Or what might be hiding on our own planet…🐲
I wanted to talk about BIG dreams and expansive thoughts 🔮
I wanted to discuss different cultures, religions, different ways of thinking, of feeling, and of being.
I wanted to talk about MAGIC! I was totally obsessed with Harry Potter, dragons, and the idea of being able to time travel or travel between realms. If I’m honest I still am 💁🏼♀️
I wanted DEPTH.
So when the time came for me to “figure my life out” I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t know how to share this side of me or how it would benefit me in the “real world”. The only thing I knew for sure was that I wanted to travel and be free, I wanted to be creative, and I wanted to help people.
At the ripe old age of 18 😅, I came across the term “life coach” — but I didn’t see how this could possibly be something I could do. I didn’t know enough about life… So for many years, around my travels, I searched for ways I could combine my love for helping people with my creativity — without feeling like I was caged in.
First, I went into fashion wanting to be a stylist or own a boutique and help people find clothing they loved, felt amazing in, and could fully express themselves in.
Then, I did my prerequisites for nursing and athletic therapy and got accepted to both.
Then, I went to business school, which lead me to pursue photography after falling in love with it as one of my creative electives.
None of them were bad options. They all checked at least 2 of the 3 boxes I had. And I didn’t hate any of them…but I didn’t absolutely LOVE any of them either. None of them lit my Soul on fire.
And then on October 1st 2017 I received the call that would change the trajectory of my life forever. My Dad had been in an accident, and he hadn’t made it. The moment I heard those words over the phone everything changed. It was like the glass had shattered and I could see everything clearly for the first time. And the reality of how short life is really hit home.
My Dad had been my rock. My biggest cheerleader. My go to for life advice. Everything. And all of a sudden within a moment that was all gone. He was gone. It was a devastating loss — one that could have easily sent me into a tailspin. But instead it became the catalyst for me to rebuild my life. I allowed it to crack me open, to open me up to new ways of thinking, new ways of being, and new levels of consciousness.
From this point on I made the commitment to myself that I would not do anything half-assed. That anything I took on from this point onward I would be all in, I wouldn’t hold anything back. I would be fully committed to myself, to my journey, and to my process. And to this day I still live by that commitment to myself.
This commitment to self has been the foundation for which I have built my life and business. It has opened up new pathways for me, new levels of freedom, new levels of devotion, and new ways of understanding, connecting with, and supporting others. And it is what has lead me here, to spiritual life coaching.
After years of Soul searching I finally feel like I have come full circle. I have come home to my Soul self ,and every day I learn more and more about how to live in my full Soul expression.