WHO I AM
CODEBREAKER AND RAPID TRANSFORMER
I bring the rigor and professionalism of an executive leadership coach to the personal arenas of your life and work. Since 2014, I've practiced as an ontological coach trained to ICF competencies.
I have a diverse background in ontology, mindfulness, communication theory, positive psychology, esoteric and gnostic wisdom, quantum studies, kundalini, meditation, vibrational light language work, and energy healing that combine to jolt you out of control patterns and realize your greatest dreams.
Using the power thought, sounds, sight, motion, and story as programming language, I help you upgrade your system in new, beneficial ways and write an updated, empowered narrative for your life.
I work intuitively through a multidisciplinary and multidimensional framework to illuminate, dissolve, and transmute dense energies, blind spots, unresolved issues, limiting beliefs, and contexts that are ultimately diminishing your access to the best life possible.
I use my gifts to pierce the unknown within the psyche, provoke new states of being, and bring forth unexpected opportunity areas. I guide clients into a state of nothingness (zero-point), from which they can birth new holographic worlds.
Working with unicorn energies, I am able to tune into your soul longings to enable the fulfillment of great visions. Upon request, I am able to channel (or provide messages from) your future self, higher self, or inner child.
As a committed lifelong learner and coaching professional, I integrate these modalities and more into my offering, keeping me fresh and gifting you with a truly one of a kind service that considers your individual interests, style, and desired outcomes.
I grew up deep inside the matrix. A time-space where people believe only a special few have worth. That's how some teenagers in my neighborhood accidentally got themselves killed.
I was born into a middle-class, average American family in Phoenix, Arizona. I played outside with neighborhood kids in a home with too much tv on a dead quiet cul-de-sac in the suburbs. Dad was a pastor and university professor. Mom stayed at home through my toddler years then went back to work at the office. I was 8 when the Phoenix Lights phenomenon occurred and 10 when I first stepped foot in the Sedona vortex. These are my first remembered multidimensional experiences.
We moved to Georgia just around the time puberty kicked in. I spent many nights in confusion, shame, fear, anger, and despair. I attempted to pray away everything I didn't think was acceptable about myself, my thoughts and feelings. Of course, that didn't work and just like my adult role models of the time, I emotionally ate, ate, ate, and ate some more to fill the gap.
A decade before marriage equality became a thing, I was an undercover homo growing up in a sheltered and sanitized South without any queer-identifying representation or role models. I wasn't totally sure of myself or brave enough to explore anything back then. I sought to fit in and to pass without being called out as different in a bad way. From an early age, I only wanted to be noticed for the carefully curated image I projected out. I put up walls to protect myself from the potential pain of ridicule and the fear of rejection. But this just kept me blocked and stifled. Not living my best life.
At 21, while road-tripping to the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party” with my frat bros I got a phone call. It was Mom. Dad had passed away. The family all knew he was a ticking time bomb but we never talked about it. After losing his religion and entering a decade long void of addiction, he died at age 50 after suffering a heart attack while on the couch at some drug dealer's place. Mom went through bankruptcy. I was numb. All I wanted was to leave this place that never felt like home. By the time I finished college, I had regained the 50 pounds I had lost just a few years before as a one-time fat kid attending Weight Watchers.
Taking the smarts I developed at Univerisity with me, I began my professional career in creative strategy. By age 25, I had moved to LA and NYC twice, lived in the hippest neighborhoods, embraced the bicoastal fantasy, jetted across Europe, upped my income to the obligatory six-figure mark, and helped brands sell ideas to people. I turned my body around, again. I lost 100 pounds in 9 months through a protocol of radical diet, lifestyle change, and daily workouts on Santa Monica Beach.
These accomplishments felt good at the time. But like the illusory reward of junk food, they don't satisfy deeper human needs. Thank god a 5-year toxic relationship with a narcissistic boss-turned-business-partner pushed me to the edges of my ego and helped me claim my light.
At the time I worked on a startup business with that thieving ex-boss, I was also participating in an intensive life and leadership coach training program in New York. Of all places, it was on Wall St. where my heart grew three sizes! I manifested a relationship with my twin flame, now life partner from 11,000 miles away. And we have enjoyed a storybook romance in California and Florida.
Count me amongst the self-aware throughout the city of angels. Hundreds of workshops later, and plenty of independent study into various healing practices, and transformative arts and sciences has made me a well-rounded informant on countless methods, medicines, and mindsets people practice to improve life.
I left the full-time working world of advertising in 2014 as my growth strategy to expand my exposure and enrich my life. This decision, while difficult at the time, unfolded naturally and blossomed my professional career in new interesting, novel, and personally fulfilling ways. I launched passion projects and new businesses, had time to find true love and friendship, the space to explore my inner world, and to seek and apply different wisdom teachings. All of this with the fringe benefits of working from anywhere on the planet. What could be better?
I attribute most of my victories in life to keeping good on my promise to show up for myself—to do the work of self-discovery, traverse a soup of consciousness, and savor the juicy lessons because they set up a fulfilling next chapter.
My dream wedding was held January 2016 in Beverly Hills. My husband is now a permanent resident in the States, remains the love of my life, and is my best friend. We work at it a lot. In our telenovela together, we have become strict vegans, created beautiful homes together in Los Angeles and Miami Beach, and rescued Ziggy the dog and Luna the cat from shelters.