Meet the Channelers
Please tell us a bit about you.
With a thankful heart and an affinity for nature, I am an ever-changing woman also known as mom, wife and friend. I am typically the person many turn to for help, healing, laughter or a hug. From the painful process of holding a mirror up to my soul and it's traumas to learning to love and be at peace with myself so I may continue to be the person that brings a smile or solution to someone else's path. When I am not working, I enjoy anything creative - writing, painting, coloring, crafting as well as board games, card games, puzzles and quality time with others.
Why do you channel?
Channeling for me is a newfound freedom to see myself at new angles and possibilities. Channeling opens me up to help others find their own peace and freedom.
Tell us a bit about your channeling.
I have found channeling for me to flow easily with writing. I am finding this to expand, especially within natural environments.
What helped you learn to channel?
Internally - A commitment to a daily spiritual routine; walking, meditating, humming, etc. I am prone in all areas to do a little bit here or a little bit there, never fully following something solid. When I took the pressure off myself to be something specific and instead followed that calling, that draw, with loving trust, the little bits became a consistent relationship with channeling and guidance. Externally - classes, workshops and other channelers and readers at all stages.
What advice do you have for people new to channeling?
1) As you go through classes, there may be a hunger to grab and hold onto all the lessons coming your way, often overwhelming. Find the technique, "the takeaway" that pings you and your intuition and sit with that to help you strengthen your gifts.
2) Have a journal, journal the little things and the big things.
3) Spend the time you need to care for yourself and let the crap that weighs you down GO!
4) Love the process, for as long as it may take.