My career as a scientist started after I received a Ph. D. in Chemistry. I have been managing an instrumental Facility in University of Missouri for over 26 years. This job has given me great opportunities to meet myriad number of students who came to me to learn how to operate our facility’s instrument so that they could use it as a tool to conduct their research. I have truly enjoyed the one-on-one interaction with each student. Helping people gives me great satisfaction and happiness.
My awakening started in 2006 when I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. At the same time a recurring night dream I had had for many years went away and never came back. I realized that those dreams were the warning signals my High Self was giving me. I then started to study dreams and the art of dreaming. I am so grateful to the world renowned dream teacher Robert Moss and his many books. As I began to wake up, I started to see synchronicities happening all around me and every day of my life became so purposeful and meaningful.
In 2017 I started thinking about retirement and at this exact moment the Universe revealed to me the path to QHHT which was developed and perfected by the beloved Dolores Cannon. Since then I have been educating myself by reading several of Dolores’ books and watching every video of her teachings. Prior to 2017, I had accomplished all levels of Reiki atonement, however, after researching and learning about QHHT, I felt that it is the most beautiful and effective healing modality. So here I am! What a magnificent way to fulfill my passion for helping others in my golden years to come!
I facilitate each session with my deepest heart-desire to help people to help themselves. In return, it is incredibly gratifying for me to gain the universal knowledge and wisdom that is revealed in each client’s session. My life has been changed for the better and is continuing to be enriched beyond measure.
In deep trance, one of my clients saw herself in a past life holding a book titled “To Thine Own Self Be True.” This is a famous line in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. I shall always treasure this timeless message and always be true to myself.