My Philosophies

Spiritual Guidance through Life's Transitions. Putting passion to work.

  • Do you know what you really want? Being honest with yourself about what you really and truly want is essential for creating healthy relationships, pursuing a career that is fulfilling, and creating boundaries. If you don't clearly know who you are, then you will continue down a path of ambiguity and confusion. We live in a responsive universe that is always giving us what it is we are focused upon, whether consciously or unconsciously. 

  • Self-care and loving yourself is not selfish, it is essential.

  • Awareness, also known as consciousness is the key component in the transformation/healing process.

  • We create our own reality through our core beliefs.

  • The most important thing you can do is take 100% responsibility for your life experiences and stop blaming your life or others. 

  • Owning your mistakes, being honest with yourself, realizing your reaction and attitude toward each experience can literally can the outcome.

  • The world is your mirror and is a reflection on what is what you are doing, as well as you what believe.


  • Real change and healing are possible when you see it, feel it, question it and resource it.

  • Healing happens when we become aware of our judgments (how things we feel things should be) and release them.

My passion and my life path is to help others connect spiritually and teaching them to rediscover and help themselves.

As a professional intuitive for more than 20 years, I can deliver messages from spirit with appreciation and compassion for other people's thoughts and feelings, in a truthful manner.

By showing you the big picture, through the past, present, the future, new realities, choices and fated events, will help you co-create your life.

I read from a place of acceptance of all religions, orientations, lifestyles and beliefs.


"I always get to choose how to respond, therefore I am always free." Berrigan Brothers

"I don't have to prove my life, I just have to live it." Daniel Berrigan