Everyone has a story and I’d like to share mine. When I realized I was a Psychic-Medium, there were no rule books or career courses available that could guide me on the way. I mean what do you do with this gift? I had no mentor, didn’t know where to start, and didn’t even really know how to control what I was doing. But I knew deep down in my heart I had a mission to help people. I knew this was my calling.
As my life progressed, many new developments in my abilities began to manifest. I first discovered I had a heightened sense of intuition. Ok, that was cool; it definitely helped with picking the right boyfriend. Then on a trip to Germany, I uncovered I could communicate with those that have passed on. Ok, check got that under control. Then I started working with kids, ok, that needed some modification. I had to really beef up my skills at that time. And how would I use my gifts to help these kids? I really wasn’t sure what I was doing; I was just following my heart and guidance.
So, off I went and started working with teens. I wasn’t sure what it was going to be like. I knew that they were accepting of my gifts and had no preconceived notions. For the first time, I felt normal Honestly, I had no idea what I had gotten into. Yet, I embraced it with arms wide open and so began my work with troubled teens. Now, what I mean with ‘ troubled’ teens, is not that they were wrong or bad, it’s just they were troubled with the way the world is today or they just didn’t understand how things “worked” and it definitely made for challenging times for parents. For me, it was always a pleasure to offer divine inspiration to resolve their problems. It just felt natural.
As the story ensues, one story of a teen stands out in my mind. Her name is Sara. When she first came to me, she had this huge chip on her shoulder, who am I kidding more like a boulder. She approached me after my class, saying “I heard what you said, was wondering what you can do for me?” Now if that wasn’t a challenge hitting my door step? I kindly replied “I do what I do in the hopes you receive the messages you need and the guidance you’ve been looking for.” She looked rather perplexed, but she would consider it and get back to me. I never wanted to rush their ‘changes’ so I left it up to her, to make the first move. I was convinced when they made the first move, they’d be in it for the long haul.
Now, it took Sara a few months to call me. However, one day out of the blue, I got a voicemail from Sara asking me if I could meet her at the local coffee shop, she wanted to talk. When I arrived, she was impatiently waiting outside for me. We each got a cup of coffee, sat down and our new journey began. I could see her anticipation of purging her predicament, written all over her face. As she sat down to tell me her world, the weight she carried was about to be lifted. Her world was overflowing with pot smoking party nights, failing grades, regularly running away from home and constant fighting with her parents. And to top it all off, now one of her best friends was pregnant and she couldn’t handle all the stresses of life. The sad part was, Sara only 16 leading a hard life, with no hope for ever seeing her 18 birthday. Let alone being able to graduate high school, life was passing her by. I didn’t judge her for her pitfalls or pain, but embraced her for transformation.
From that point on, we meet weekly at the coffee shop, connected to her guides, to support her in her growth. Her guides were gentle in their approach. We, me and her guides, worked with her for over a year and half. We’d spend hours at a time, discussing spiritual topics, connecting with angels and practical usage for all she was learning. Mediation was a practice we made time for. While in meditation we’d discover higher realms of conscience, spirit guide communication and enlightenment. We shared our journeys and the messages we’d receive. She used this practice to calm her mind and cultivate a connection to her guides. Her spirit began to shine, her inner strength forthright. Her tears she shared with me were now tears of joy. She was transforming into her own star within our universe. A revelation of her own strength brought her to start her own part time business. She stepped out of her shell of discontent and emerged a champion, absolutely amazing seeing her grow! She shared with me, that she found meditation to be a comfort and now much better than any pot high could give her. I showed her how to open her heart and mind to the universe and she learned to work through her problems herself. She did in her own way, with love and guidance through her guides and me.
I personally don’t take all the credit for the changes that Sara made. I feel I truly helped inspire her and facilitate the messages. As long as she was willing to do the work, I would be there. Over the time she and I spent together, her parents sent me the most beautiful letter, thanking me for getting their daughter back. As I read the letter, tears rolled down my eyes, that all this time, all she ever needed was in her and her Angles showed her the way. I was merely the facilitator. I was proud to know her.
Time has passed and life took us in different directions. It’s only till recently did I get an update, of one my wonderful teens. Gotta love social media! She sent me a note saying “I must say THANK YOU! I don’t know where I would be today if it wasn’t for you… I most likely would not be alive. I feel a little silly about all that time I wasted worrying about what to do with myself and now I’m more then capable of creating the “Why, Because I said so” series!! “She had become one of the main contributors to my program “Why because I said so “is a series that helps ‘troubled’ teens get back on track. I am so honored to know the woman she’s become but more so honored in the fact, she allowed me to inspire the woman she is!