A decade of depression, two psychiatric hospitalizations, and a nearly successful suicide attempt left me broken. I had no way of knowing at the time that this brokenness - this absolute hell - would end up becoming one of the greatest gifts I'd ever receive.
Mother. Lover. Yogi. Catalyst for change. Believes ALL beings are sacred. Embraces compassion, integrity, and love unconditionally, without compromise, as a way of life. Seeks connection, truth, personal accountability. Yearns to bring more light to our world.
A brush with death in 1996 and the events that followed radically changed the trajectory of my life. This gift that the Universe offered me more than two decades ago is one that I continue to cherish day in and day out. If it weren’t for those darkest hours filled with despair, it would be impossible for me to fully appreciate the radiant light that followed…a light that enveloped me with its comforting warmth once I was ready and open to a new way of being, a way that evoked intense compassion, hope, and love. A way of integrity. A way of peace. A way of profound accountability.
My philosophy borrows heavily from Buddhism and yoga, my open two-way channel with the Infinite, and a profound sense of compassion for all beings. I am most connected with who I truly am when I’m meditating, walking along a remote beach, or meandering through a forested mountain in solitude. I strive more than anything to live in full alignment with who I really am – to live with absolute integrity and connect at the heart level with others – and to live a life that minimizes suffering.