Through the process of a spontaneous and rather profound Kundalini Awakening, I had every single assumption about my life completely torn asunder, and arrived at an intense experience of love and compassion quite by accident. Through all of this, I have discovered a place in the heart that is like a perpetual landing spot…a place of peace that never goes away. I arrived at a depth of compassion that I take no credit for, but live in gratitude for the experience of its ceaselessness. This is what I enjoy sharing most with people. I love sharing with them how it is safe to find this same place within their own hearts.
I began offering healing work to others in 1993 and have worked in various modalities since then. But only in 2008, after this spontaneous Kundalini Awakening did it all finally come together.
I work with anyone, right from where they are at, from spiritual teachers and healers to teenaged youth who are just seeking guidance.
No matter who you are…What is offered is Love. Plain and simple. Whoever you are, whatever you have done…I love you, it is that simple.
What is offered is Honesty. I speak compassionately but directly. What is shown to me to share, is brought forth and nothing is held back.
What is offered is a Comfort with any emotion. This means that whatever feelings you come forward with, they will have a home.
What is offered is Compassion. I have worked with people from all walks of life, with those about to die, with those about to live and many in between. I too, have been through many challenging and down and out situations in my brief 40 years. I see others with a compassion that naturally arises.
What is offered is Joy that is tempered with sincerity.
What is offered is a Presence that is accessible, vulnerable, direct and non judgmental that may remind you of the truth of your own.
If you are interested in approaching this joy for yourself, Contact Me.
I also love the following: my children, tree climbing, barefoot trail running, rollerblading, yoga, the beach, open fields, writing, rock climbing, surfing, silence.
Excerpt from poem “Violin Redux” by Charlie Morris
“My head falls to the left
and seeks the warmth
of my own shoulder
the splendid weight is cradled there
and the person whose shoulder I share
better than anyone.”