• Julie


To reach a higher level of consciousness you need an open mind and a humble heart.

I had none of that when I started working with my gifts and in the spiritual realm.

I knew I had the gifts of empathy, compassion and could even feel other’s pain, as well as speak to animals.

Yet at that time, I didn’t even believe we had chakras, let alone that they could be released of negative energy and filled with light to work properly. I was deeply in the ego-based professional world of sales, of going to “get” instead of going to “give”.

It wasn’t until an experience with a Native American Shaman who cleared my chakras that I believed.


When I walked in for my session with the Shaman she said: “You remind me of me many years ago and someday you will be like I am”.

I looked at her in astonishment and thought that can’t be true! I was wearing a pink suit with high heels, perfectly manicured nails and makeup. I was not in any way, shape or form even close to what she was. She was a Native American Medicine woman who was humble with a huge heart, discerning eyes and dressed plainly with long grey hair she no longer colored. She was physically small, yet she was powerful!

When she cleared and rebalanced my chakras, I got up from the table and felt completely different. A door had opened, and it was an opportunity for me to believe that there were many doors I needed to open along my spiritual walk and path of enlightenment.

The stubbornness of my mind, the very Scorpion traits of being “passionate” could easily turn to revenge and anger. Frustration, resentment and being “here” when I wanted to be “there”, coupled with trying to “get money”, never going to “give”, was a recipe for disaster spiritually, mentally and physically.

It wasn’t until my dear father’s death that I decided I needed to start living my life for me, instead of following what others thought my path should be, and to stop burying my gifts.

I was also shown that holding grudges did nothing for my foe, it only harmed me. I had so many things I needed to forgive others for, but also forgive myself for, including all my professional mistakes that weighed heavily on my mind.

In addition, I simply could NOT find a way to forgive the person who had stolen huge amounts of money from my sister and me, and had conned my father’s good nature with lies and deceit… until I met God.


One night, I was meditating and I asked God for forgiveness of my sins. He came to me and said, “I cannot forgive you until you forgive her”.