MY TRUE PASSION IS IN
HELPING SPIRITUAL BEINGS
AWAKEN TO THEIR TRUE
NATURE AND RECONNECT
WITH THEIR DIVINITY ‘‘
Q: Is there a certain degree of
manipulation in this?
A: No, at all. My intention is always to
help the clients achieve their goals,
so finding the right language is very
important. I use NLP (Neuro-Linguistic
Programming); Kappasinian suggestibility
testing; and basic observation, to
determine the best approaches. I
never want to talk “over” someone,
so my intention is merely to meet my
clients where they are, and take them
comfortably to where they want to be.
Q: I know that you have a spiritual
approach to your work. Can you speak
A: Yes, I believe that we are spiritual beings
having a human experience. I believe that
we are made in the image of our Creator,
which is Love (and not a stereotypical
old white man). This means that we have
imprints of divine love and compassion
within us. We have been endowed with
a free will, however, so we can choose to
activate those imprints or not, and there is
no judgment from the Creator about that.
As spiritual beings, we are powerful
creators, but we choose to forget our true
identity while being human, simply to
allow for a wide range of experiences. My
true passion is in helping spiritual beings
awaken to their true nature and reconnect
with their divinity. My assignment in this life
is to be a catalyst for people’s awakening. I
have two “threes” in my birth date (12 and
3), and three means catalyst.
When I was seven years old, I became
very committed to the goal of being a
teacher. It became the only thing I wanted
to be. And since that time, I have always
identified myself as a teacher. I have been
connected to the field of education all my
life, and I believe that being a teacher has
been my soul’s path for a very long time.
Q: Do you mean more than this lifetime?
A: Oh, definitely. Many more.
Q: You are referring to reincarnation, of
course, and a lot of people are beginning
to question if reincarnation is real and if
we have lived before (or will again). What
is your perspective on it?
A: The idea of reincarnation can become
reasonable if we use spiritual common
sense. If you were an actor, for example,
and acting was your passion, would you
be satisfied with taking only one role
and then resting for the rest of your life?
Unlikely. So why would a spiritual being
with a passion for experiencing
life live only once? As spirit, we
exist outside of time and can go
through multiple experiences
simultaneously. However, our
conscious minds are very linear
and have difficulty understanding
quantum reality. Remembering
all of our lives would be mentally
and emotionally overwhelming
and would get in the way of
living our current lives. Therefore,
we are very limited in what we
perceive. It’s like we only look at a tiny
speck of paint, which is in reality part of a
huge canvas. As a result of not seeing “the
whole picture,” we often don’t perceive
relationships that exist between seemingly
random things in our lives. For example,
why are we surrounded by certain people?
Why do we repeat certain relationship
patterns? Why do we go through certain
difficult experiences? Why do we have
unexplained fears or unexplained attitudes
towards people and things?
Expending our perspective can help us
understand things about our lives that
previously made no sense. For example,
I have had clients that came in with a
long-standing grudge against a close
family member, who completely and easily
forgave that person after having a flash of
insight into the bigger picture. Many of us
are affected by the subconscious memories
of our experiences outside this lifetime.
Often such memories show up as phobias –
fears that have no rational explanation. But
such memories can also present themselves
as our passions, interests, preferences,
talents, which may all be influenced by
more than just this lifetime. Think about the
children born today displaying talents of
master mathematicians, musicians, writers,
etc. at the age when most of us hadn’t
even begun to learn the ABCs. If we are to
accept ourselves as timeless beings who
have countless planetary experiences, then
common sense would tell us that those
experiences are bound to spill into each
other if only at the subconscious level.
Q: So what is the best way for us to
reconnect with our past?
A: It is usually done through a hypnotic
regression. I go beyond a regular
regression, though, and use Quantum
Healing Hypnosis Technique (QHHT),
which was developed by Dolores Cannon.
It provides people with a powerful way of
not only experiencing lifetimes outside