We are meant to have rich and satisfying lives.
No matter our level of illness or disability
During a lengthy period of disability as a young adult, I was supported by contemplative spiritual practice.
I noticed when I focused on what was good, letting pain fall away from the center of my attention, my life felt more vibrant and meaningful – even when facing the possible permanence of pain and immobility, and without doctors being able to say why.
In the end, I found the power of my Spirit to heal – recovering mobility, decreasing pain, eliminating the root causes nearly 100%. Finding joy, wonder and self-compassion along the way. I decided that: We are meant to have rich and satisfying lives, no matter our level of illness or disability.
Now, I help people heal themselves, sharing the tools and knowledge I’ve acquired from the ancient healing system of Ayurveda. My teachers and training have been excellent.
But more than any training I could acquire, I bring forward my own compassion.
I know what it’s like to have been there, “lost in the woods” – frustrated, tired, but still hopeful…