Welcome.  This website is where I share my experiences and opinions as a healer, spiritual friend/teacher, sacred poet and writer.

What I can say truthfully is that when people meet with me they are loved and they feel loved.  The orphaned portions of their lives find a home.  We work together, however briefly, to heal what is most hidden within you to discover that all is not lost…and that your life is in fact a love story.

I offer healing sessions and talks that are unusual, life changing and significant for those who are seeking understanding and greater integration of their lives as a spiritual being.  I also work with those who are undergoing intense spiritual awakenings, as well as those who are possibly embarking upon the journey of illness or death.

I also am a poet and writer.  Primarily I write non fiction articles framing current and past events in a spiritual context.  All of my writing is geared towards helping others see ways that they can contribute something positive.

To read more about how I work see my About page.

To book a session go to Sessions.   I also have numerous articles, poetry, and photographs on my Blog that all pertain to sharing my direct experiences.   You can find out more about me HERE.

Poem titled “Ocean” written by Charlie Morris


“God cupped her breath of hand
and I, Ocean I, swelled with love
when breath of hand descended from above
and I, Ocean I, swept up to greet it
reached up sweetly, longingly to meet it
and felt the touch
of the open palm
and through this effort
became Wave.

I was Wave
and felt the call of Moon
dreamed of white capped rollers
and the shore coming soon
fell in love with liquidity
and this ancient rite of travel
paused when I saw the surf’s edge
and began to unravel
collapsing into the trough
of my own momentum.

I became so many
so effervescent many
and we tingled with the touch
of sand
we danced together
under the moon
on land
I lay upon the Earth
and felt what was left
leave me.

Then God winked at the moon
and she pulled a silken leash
rolling back the ocean
exposing the beach
and I?
I left with the tide.”