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I will be traveling to the Oregon and California coast this summer. I will be searching for a location that fits me best and look to get a tiny-home there. I will be considering all my options, yet I feel like somewhere near the coast would be the best place for me right now in my life. I am looking to make this move in order to put myself in the most peaceful/soothing location, not only for my own well-being but also so that I can have a quiet place to finish my book. I am also preparing for world travel to share my story live and in person with people who are interested in what I have to offer.
ABOUT ME: My bio which can be found on patreon.com.
My main focus is on helping people tap into their intuition in order to receive Divine Guidance about their life's purpose. Being in tune and expressing your true self is the key to creating the life and lifestyle that is best for you. Trusting your inner voice leads to personal freedom.
How I Got Free - Book Title
I began writing an autobiography in 2009. I am sharing my life's story along with chapters that express my personal truths and many stories about healing. When I am completely finished I plan on self-publishing my book worldwide. I am a free independent artist with no editor and no publisher. I write and speak freely. I enjoy the freedom to artistically express my true authentic self, with no apologies and no explanations.
What I Write About
Much of my focus is on healing and self-development. I also write about social justice issues such as homelessness, human rights and overcoming different forms of oppression. Some other of the topics I write about…
Angels/Divine Guidance (Angles to me are multidimensional superheros)
Self employment- creating your own career
Hip-Hop- all forms of self expression
Altered states of consciousness
Coping and recovery from trauma (PTSD)
Healing through art & music
Herbal cleansing & plant medicine
Financial stability vs economic slavery
Building a strong character through hard work and discipline
I began reading spiritual and healing books, meditating, praying and doing yoga. I became consumed with the process of healing. I wanted to heal because I wanted to be able to help ease people's pain and suffering. I quickly realized through this self-exploration that the most important part of my life's path and purpose was to be a healer and a writer. I was at the very beginning stages of my career.
After years of trying many different types of schools, jobs and independent business ventures, I decided to go back to my roots and follow the dreams of my youth. I moved from New Jersey where I spent the first 29 years of my life and flew out to Portland,Oregon. I began writing with the intention of producing a book. I realized my writings would be an autobiography explaining and discussing my journey. It would also be a collection of stories, essays and even some chapters that resembled poetry.
I was stripped of all my worldly possessions and was Divinely guided to start sleeping outside in the streets for spiritual training. A few weeks later I was given a crystal and was immediately able to start helping people doing energy work. (energy medicine, reiki, pranic healing, chi healing etc)
I had my writing and energy work. I was also building survival skills living without a house. I began to pray and ask God for guidance nearly around the clock. Where do I go? Where do I eat, sleep etc. God responded by sending Angels to help me navigate my new reality. I began to steadily build a relationship with the Angels. Over time the connection has gotten stronger and stronger.
I spent this time traveling around Portland writing and offering healing treatments. I spent much of this time sleeping in the streets. I also spent blocks of time staying with people I was either working on or training. I would also sleep at different healing clinics that I was working out of. I also trained with other healers learning different forms of healing methods.
In November of 2014 I checked myself into the first homeless shelter I had ever stayed in. I would spend the winter traveling to Vancouver, Seattle and Tacoma. I learned how to travel to different cities with just a small backpack. This was in many ways harder than living in the streets. The homeless shelters I stayed at were like prisons and everyone staying there was treated like an animal. If I wasn't an activist before then I sure turned into one after all I witnessed and experienced.
35-36 March 2015-April 2016
I landed in Olympia Washington on a housing grant that I qualified for in the Vancouver shelter. I spent this year living in section 8 housing. This was an incredible blessing that I received from all my hard work. Even still, it was another extremely challenging environment to be in. I had a chance in the state capital to really see the politics of how people with the least resources get treated. I also focused on my own healing with physical therapy and peer support counseling.
Do what works for you.
I love my work because it is serious, playful and fun all at the same time. I also like to walk, do yoga, meditate and read. I swear I am not boring to be around. I also like sports and good conversation.
- working out
- martial arts
Music, Movies, and Books
I mainly enjoy funny movies. Music that makes me feel good. Mainly Hip-Hop.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I just hiked from Westport Washington all the way down the Oregon and California coast to San Diego in 40 days. I did take some buses and trains, I camped at most of the state parks along the way.
Teach, Learn, Share
I meet all types of people from all walks of life. It comes with the type of work I do.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Incredible stories and life experiences.