I will pull back that heavy, dank, dark curtain so you may see your life from a different vantage point.
You have guided me in directions that have opened my eyes to what is possible. - Bobbi Eckes
Marita accepts everything I bring to her and holds space for me to explore, share and uncover myself in a space that is loving and inviting. - Jennifer Grant
Marita’s super power is clarity. She can see beyond the everyday, the situation and specific circumstances that we so often get caught up in. - Grace Quantock
==> they no longer serve you.
==> the activity and your energy no longer match.
==> you find you prefer being alone and happy to being with others and internally compromised.
==>it becomes intolerable for you to continue to live out of integrity with your true Authentic Self.
==> we are all One and All is connected.
Allowing yourself to let go of beliefs, activities, jobs, people, eating habits opens up an energetic space
for the Universe, God, Spirit to pour blessings and opportunities into.
My job is to illuminate the parts of yourself you’ve been hiding—so that you can be the YOU you were meant to be.
I will help you see the YOU you’ve kept hidden—the you who wants, needs and deserves to be seen.
Through my intuition, my gifts, and my experiences, I will help you:
You will feel freer and lighter.
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A year ago today my daughter and I left for a road trip. It was to be a 12 day trip. It lasted three days. Twelve hours after leaving, I was flat on my back, in a pool of my own blood, one hand holding my daughter’s. The other holding the hand of a hotel staff member, in shock, under blankets with onlookers making comments as if I had gone deaf. We awaited the ambulance. Thus began the long road Read More