I am a healer. I heal myself and others through my books, speaking, classes, and personal experiences.

Healing comes in all forms with its distinct method and specific problems to heal. For years I felt that I was a Healer. When I thought about the word Healer, I only imagined hands-on healing. So, in 2015 I sought out to learn Theta Healing® , a meditation training technique utilizing a spiritual philosophy for improvement and evolvement of mind, body, and spirit. I enjoyed the experience but didn’t feel the calling to use this as a practitioner.

Years later I studied MILAGROS ENERGYWORK™ It is a matrilineal, traditional, and sacred energy healing technique that works with the Angelic realm and uses Earth, Divine, and Heart energy. My beautiful teacher was Jana DancynCloud. I expressed a concern I was having to Jana; I wasn’t feeling like I was a Healer. She told me something that I haven’t forgotten, and it gives me great strength! She said, “Heather, you are a Healer. A Healer with your words”. This was a powerful moment for me. I understood what I was meant to do . . . heal with my writing, my speaking, my classes, as a coach, as a space holder in circle. I heal as I share my story and as I help others!

Our voice resonates a healing energy. Not all healing requires direct energy healing because most people have emotional suffering and need someone to talk to. Do you remember a time when you talked with a compassionate person about something and they made you feel safe and understood? Or, when you read a book and felt understood or inspired?

For all my Healers trust in the power to heal in whatever way it shows for you! It isn’t you alone that is doing the healing work. If you are open Divine Love is coming through you to help with your healing work. The more love you have the more powerful you are in your healing abilities.

“The planet doesn’t need more ‘successful’ people. But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of every shape and form. It needs people who will live well in their places. It needs people of moral courage willing to join the fight to make the world habitable and humane. And these needs have little to do with success as our culture has defined it.”
– David Orr in Earth in Mind

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