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 years in practice, something still seemed to be missing. I never quite felt like I was doing a good enough job. What the problem seemed to be, was that I kept trying to shove myself into a box that I would never (and didn’t want to) fit into. I felt too restricted in my practice to do, say, and teach what I truly wanted to – but these were all limitations I had placed upon myself because of the conditioning I had been exposed to. I wanted to be taken seriously and seen as a professional, and I didn’t think people would let me help them if I didn’t fit into the norm. Throughout my experiences I’ve learned a lot of things and I’ve tried to be a lot of things, but I always found myself coming back to who I was at my core:
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.
Healing is messy. It is not linear. It is not always kind, beautiful, or “professional”. 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.
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If you’d like to get real deep with me (and I mean REAL deep… like uncomfortably deep) and know almost every intimate detail of my life, check out my episodes in a docuseries called Nebulous Humans.