I am a Grief Journey Guide who helps clients to reclaim their lives after a loss.
Learn more about Nancy
I have always considered myself a seeker. Throughout my life I've always had a unique outlook on life, and for a good part of my life I though it was wrong. As I learned to listen to my intuition, I discovered that my unique way of looking a life served me well for where I was being called.
That message was further validated after my 17 year old daughter Leah died on November 8, 2000. I found that I grieved in a way that made sense to only me at the time. I turned to a practice that was already a part of my life at the time, a present moment awareness practice called Samyama.
What inspired me to become a wellness professional?
Travel back with me to November 3, 2000. It was a Friday that started out like any other. I worked as a project manager for a contracting company, and my office was in a construction trailer on the campus of NIH in Bethesda Maryland where the project was located. Mid-morning the campus police knocked on the door to my office. When they entered, they told me there had been an accident, and that my daughter Leah was in the hospital. I asked what had happened, and I received no answer. I felt alone, and scared in that long ride to the hospital.
When we arrived at the hospital; we were greete...
How my clients describe their first visit?
My clients are pleasantly surprised that their way of grieving is right for them, that there is no one right way to grieve. They are intrigued to learn that they can get better at feeling uncomfortable and painful feelings so that those feelings do not over whelm them.
What I say to someone who has never tried Samyama?
With Samyama we always start right were you are, and follow the lead from there. You will learn the the present moment holds everything we need, and that it is the portal into the Divine.