My role as Shaman is to walk between the worlds, weaving in and out of dimensions and realities to transform energy. I use the beat of my drum as a tether to hold me and ground me as I am working to bring alignment to the earth and to the individual.
At the age of 30 my new born son Phoenix died in my arms. That experience brought me so close to death I had to decide whether to live. I was put through a painful initiation and had a very harsh awakening followed by a fast tracked remembering and realignment of my life.
My Grandmother was born in Norway it was her homeland where she knew the rivers and the trees. She caught trout by hand in the lakes and deer met her at the door of her cabin in winter. She traversed the mountains to escape the war and so I was born in a land that is not my home. I love the landscape in Tasmania, it speaks to me but I am only new to this place.
While I have been calling back the memories buried in my DNA I have found mentors who have helped me hone my innate abilities. I have studied with Shamanic Teacher Sandra Ingerman and Dream Teacher Robert Moss who taught me the spirit journey technique I use now. I continue to expand my knowledge and skills as I delve deeper into knowing myself.