Journey to Awakening

Updated: Sep 25, 2020

If you told me at the beginning of the year, I would be sitting here writing a blog post for my new business website I wouldn’t have believed you. This new venture wasn’t even a passing thought to me. Sure, I would read tarot for fun and personal insight, but never in a million years would I have thought I could, or would, be starting my own intuitive business. Yet, here I am, writing this!


Back in February, only a few weeks before my journey to awakening would begin, I was simply going through the motions. An endless monotonous cycle of checking boxes and doing everything I thought I should be doing to achieve happiness and fulfillment. Nevertheless, I STILL wasn’t happy. But why??

When people really started getting serious about this virus, I got scared and decided to stay home from work to keep my family safe. I honestly didn’t think I was going to get paid but I trusted my intuition and took the time off anyway. As it turns out, that was the best thing I could have done.

It was like I finally surrendered to the universe, and, as it always has, the universe took care of me.

Once the lockdown began, I started to get myself back to my roots, the things I know make me feel good. I started doing daily morning meditations on Zoom with some friends. Ironically, I felt more connected to other people sitting alone in my room than I had in the few months prior. Through those morning meditations I was introduced to a Reiki Practitioner, who then introduced me to a psychic medium friend of hers.

Soon after meeting her, I got my first ever professional tarot reading. I honestly didn’t think it was possible that someone I had never met could know so much about me and my path. During my reading, I expressed a desire to help people but was curious if that was the right direction for me. Corinne suggested that I would probably need some schooling in order to get started. In my mind, I thought I was being called to help people in addiction treatment centers so I applied to several colleges that night. I got into four different schools which was exciting, but something just didn’t feel right. Next, I saw that she was hosting Intuitive Tarot classes, and I felt compelled to sign up.

I took the classes and learned that although you can use notes and guides when reading tarot, the best way to use the cards is to trust your intuition. After the classes, that’s exactly what I started doing. I began doing weekly readings for friends and it was eye opening how much more accurate I was when I just went with my gut and what my guides were telling me instead of rushing to read the meaning of each card in the booklet that came with the deck.

The more I practiced, the more I began to trust that I AM THE INTUITIVE.

In order to test this seemingly new insight, I felt like it was time to really get outside my comfort zone and start practicing readings for strangers. I made a post on social media asking people to allow me to practice on them and the response was overwhelming. Over 40 women responded and were willing to get readings! As I started reading for more people, my confidence and trust in my intuition grew. I knew that this was what I was meant to be doing.

Seeing and hearing the relief and gratitude from these people made me feel whole. Before, I thought that in order to help people I would have to go to school to be a nurse or a therapist etc. Through this experience, I have realized that the “schooling” Corinne talked about in her reading with me, wasn’t necessarily traditional classes in college. I took her tarot class and it opened my eyes to, what I feel, is my higher purpose. I can help people using the gifts I was born with.

That’s the cool thing, I think, about getting intuitive readings. The fact that I totally misinterpreted the message she shared with me, but the Universe worked it out anyway.

If you have made it this far into my first blog post, thank you. I am so excited to be starting this journey and to have you along for the ride with me. I can’t wait to see what else is in store for me and those who cross my path.


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