I’m working on a re-design of my site and recently someone suggested that I might want to leave out any mention of the tarot and perhaps even the dream work if I didn’t want to scare potential clients away. Point taken, but…
After years playing down certain aspects of my work, I finally gathered my courage and put out in the world all—or most—of what I do. And I try not to worry about whether or not my work and my tools offend or scare off potential clients (not to mention family and friends).
But here’s what I know. In order to make big shifts, to break out, break through, break free, you can’t stay in your comfort zone. I’m not here to make you comfortable. I’m here to help you dive deep into your heart and mind and soul and tell the absolute best story you can tell…and write…and live. And sometimes, the only way to do that is to go into those shadowed places of fear, frustration, anger, loneliness, sadness, failure and the unexplainable. The deep mysteries. The not-comfortable places.
Sometimes you choose that journey, sometimes it chooses you. But remember that heroes and heroines on quest journeys usually have a mentor or companion. Having been on several of these journeys into the deep mysteries and not-comfortable places myself in the last ten years, I have a passion for serving as a mentor, and companion for others, particularly new authors.
I also have a passion for my tools—dreams, tarot, myth, fairy tale, ritual. And that will be apparent when my re-designed website is launched soon. The new site is about showcasing who I am and what I do…not hiding it.
Because tarot and dreams, and the rest of my tools, help me go deep, deep into places others fear to tread, and to emerge triumphant, bearing the prize of my story and yours.
So, the tarot and dream work will be there right along with my book coaching. This is who I am. This is how I help you navigate the world of your story and your soul.
When you are ready, you know where to find me. Unless, of course, I scare you.