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Spiritual Guidance Life Coach Las Vegas
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“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”

W.B. Yeats

When we silence our thoughts & emotions, and open-up to the subtle, deep, magical realms around us and within us, we realize that all of life is a spiritual mystery. That mystery is superimposed and woven throughout the much denser world of the five senses, but it is always here and available for our witnessing. We just need to sharpen our "sight" to see.

 As a teacher brought to the foreground of my consciousness years ago: it’s been a long time since many of us have really experienced the world. Instead, we experience a constriction of it, a selection of it, a lack of breadth and depth. We step out cautiously checking ourselves against ‘what is allowed’ and ‘what is known.' Then we throw a world out ahead of ourselves and move safely into it. We have found our way into a closed world and mistaken it for infinity.

So what happens when we're fully present, embodied, and perceiving free from conditioning, influences, beliefs, compulsions, cultural & familiar programing, trauma, survival-based fears, cynicism, self-loathing, expectations, hopes, wishes, desires, dreams, logic, reason, toxic positivity, and all the other colorful narratives we've constructed so far along our journey? What happens when we look at the world through zero filters, without any of our identities? What happens is: we see.

This takes great courage, for the world in front of us (or the person inside us...) is not always the reality we want it to be. Which is why we oftentimes avoid looking closely, or we see only what our protective filters allow us to see.
Nietzsche thought of this as a natural, preservative instinct in the psyche that he called "the will to superficiality" - an embracing of the trivial and an avoidance of anything troubling, profound, or anomalous. By focusing on the trivial, humans become more "flighty, lightsome, and false" - unwilling to dive beneath the surface-level appearances. He believed that this protected against the chance that one might "get a hold of the truth too soon, before they have become strong enough, tough enough, artist enough to handle it." He further wrote: "It might be a basic characteristic of existence that those who know [the truth] completely would perish, in which case the strength of a spirit should be measured according to how much of the 'truth' one could still barely endure – or to put it more clearly, to what degree one would require it to be thinned down, shrouded, sweetened, blunted, falsified."

I created an interpretation of the various spheres of identity we carry inside us - the veils that must be lifted for reality to be perceived with utmost clarity. At each level (within each sphere), we identify with a certain aspect of self. While there is nothing inherently wrong with these identifications, nor are they something we must entirely shed, we do run the risk of forming unhealthy attachments to those aspects of ourselves, and it is those attachments that require relinquishing along the path to clarity. 

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1) Ego. Too much ego = we become self-centered and lack compassion. Ego, at its worst, is narcissism, delusion, and psycho-pathology. 
2) Family. An un-examined attachment to the ideals, beliefs, and relationship-models we are born into leads to the risk of holding ourselves back due to ‘blood loyalty' or never fully healing & moving on from family-originating traumas, patterns, beliefs, or ancestral wounds.
3) Tribe. Tribes can be religious groups, work groups, political parties, like-minded peers, or any other gathering of individuals who bond together under a commonality. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with tribes (one might even argue: we need a sense of tribe to survive), if we become too inclusive or 'high & mighty' about our tribe and our tribe’s particular ideologies, we fail to honor the simple truth that we are all in this together - and that no particular spiritual group, career path, political party, or lifestyle is inherently more evolved than the other. 
4) Country. Loyalty to one's country can feel honorable and patriotic; however it’s dangerous to allow borders to define us and potentially lead us to ethnocentricity. 
5) Human. Imagining the Universe through a non-human perspective is difficult to fathom because everything we've ever explored, defined, believed, or speculated has been through the filter of the human mind. But we must acknowledge that humans are merely a small part of a greater cosmic arena, and an honest understanding of the human's placement within the cosmos requires a complete de-humanization of the Truth. If we fail to honor this, our reality, god(s), and perceptions of Truth will always be diluted, altered, and anthropomorphic. So h
ow can we better acknowledge & identify with the non-human forms in the known world? We can do our best through awareness and conscious contemplation. There are simple meditations with rocks, trees, stars, air, various deity energies, and "witness consciousness" that act as profound starting points. 
6) Other than Human. Moving further outward on the diagram, we have the Other than Human sphere. Though we may not be attached to our human form in this stage, we still identify as some sort of witness - some sort of "I" that is doing the viewing. We may still be a "spirit" or "an energy" or "an essence." We have yet to reach non-identity. 

7) Non-identity. Non-form. Non-thought. Emptiness. This is the final sphere, and the most difficult to discuss. As with most spiritual concepts, it's much more powerful to experience them vs. explain them. In the seventh sphere, there are no forms, even thought-forms. There is only void. Śūnyatā. The abyss-like emptiness prior to (and post) all of existence. In the diagram, I also call this level "Pure Consciousness" but that's only accurate if such consciousness contains nothing but nothing within it. No form of mind at all. This is the reason why the seventh sphere is the most peaceful state attainable: because no concept of "I" exists, and there is no mind left with which you could imagine an "I" into existence. This is not-being. 

If this all feels a bit abstract or doesn't apply to what you're going through, there are many other, practical ways I can guide you to a more soulful, peaceful life. Scroll past the pictures to learn more.

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I help guide my clients through:

Transformations and Awakenings
Sacred Partnerships; Relationship as a Spiritual Practice
Crises of Faith; Processing New Beliefs or Mystical Experiences
Intuition Development
Dark Nights of the Soul
Meditative Practices 
Raising your Frequency
Aligning all aspects of your Life with your Spiritual Purpose(s)
Managing New Awareness; Downloads/Activations/Empowerments
Relationship Difficulties due to Differing Beliefs
Energetic Clearing, Grounding, and Protection
Shamanic Healings (Hapé, Sound, Earth-based, Compassionate Depossession)
Leaving your Former Religious Group or Cult
Perception Expansion; Seeing Beyond Visual Sight; Seeing Within other People
Exploring New Spiritual Realms/Realities/Possibilities
Plant-Medicine Preparation & Integration after a Retreat or Ceremony

I work with clients from an array of spiritual and non-spiritual backgrounds. Your beliefs will always be respected, and you won’t be expected to change them at any point during our relationship. Having said that, if you've chosen me as your guide, you are likely looking to explore new perspectives in order to deepen your understanding of yourself and the world, so I'm ready when you are to help expand that awareness. 

I consider myself a "free agent" and don't hold attachments to any religious, spiritual, or philosophical vantage points (though I've explored a great many of them.) I'm comfortable working with Christians, Buddhists, Atheists, Taoists, Jewish folks, Plant Medicine Enthusiasts, Humanists, Existentialists, Muslims, Sufis, Mormons, Non-Dualists, Agnostics, Pagans, Druids, Priestesses, Aliens, or however else you identify. The same acceptance applies to gender identities, sexual orientations, and races. 

Living with Your Soul as Your Guide
- Following Your Intuition -

If you are very still and listen beyond the noise of your mind and the fluctuations of your emotions, you will discern a subtle, compassionate, undeniable knowing that does not impose itself or its messages upon you with any force, for it is entirely without violence. This is the voice of your truth. This is intuition. This is your soul speaking to you. 

Oftentimes, the mind and emotions are so persistent & loud that you are misled into listening to them simply because they make the most racket. But in moments of great decision, the soul understands what neither the mind nor emotions can conceive, which is why it's so important to learn to learn to hear - and listen to - the guidance of your soul.
Think of your soul as "the voice of God in you" - the part of you that is able to remain outside all your influences. The soul maintains a perspective beyond linear time and knows what will bring you the deepest sense of peace, satisfaction, and meaning long-term. Your soul, unlike many other internal and external influences, will never lead you astray.
If you are uncomfortable with the spiritual connotations linked to the word "soul", think of your soul/intuition as a gut feeling that's there to help you survive and thrive along your journey. Or, think of your intuitive guidance as the secret instructions hidden in your DNA by the original programmers themselves: the evolutionary coding programed by the alien-architects who set this whole, wild, cosmic ride into motion! Those big, bad-daddy orchestraters of this elaborate "human play" want you to evolve. Their goal is for you to uncover and listen to those instructions so you can become as conscious and powerful as them. Or, if you prefer to think of life as a gigantic simulation, think of yourself as a simulated avatar - and the messages being received are from the original, non-simulated version of yourself in the original, non-simulated world. Who knows...maybe if you listen closely enough and follow the guidance you hear, you'll finally break free from the simulation. However you spin it, the voice of your soul is the most gentle, benevolent, and powerful guide you will ever have.

Remember: it is the Soul’s desire to bring you back to Truth. Back to God. Back to your Truest Self. Back Home. This is why following your Intuition is an Extraordinary act of Self-Love.

People often come to me seeking guidance on how to re-connect with their deep intuitive knowing. This is one of the most common requests I receive from clients, and I enjoy helping people strengthen (and listen to) this most valuable part of their inner world.

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Dark Nights of the Soul

Higher guidance does not only present itself to us through peaceful messages & angelic visions. It may also come through stress, heartache, depression, illness, or any other route to get our attention. Sometimes this happens if we haven't been paying attention to our soul's more subtle nudges, but other times the hardships are entirely out of our control, and nothing we could have done differently would have changed the dark night we are destined to travel through.


Having a spiritual dark night lets you know that it's time to break free from all beliefs & perceptions that are no longer serving your highest development. During a spiritual dark night (which could actually be many, many nights) you come to know the deep contents of your mind, heart, and soul while confronting your fears, integrating your shadow, and challenging all false "gods" who often do not give up their hold without a fight. This requires faith and stamina, but the perseverance is worth it because you are clearing space to allow more Divinity to move through you. Real expansion begins once you clear and re-align yourself internally, releasing any tendencies toward fantasy, attachment, domination, greed, ego-driven desires, and false perception of self & world. Once those tendencies are conquered, Divine energy can flow freely through you - and not only will you be able to perceive more clearly, you'll also be able to help others overcome the darkness in themselves and in the world.


For many people, a dark night of the soul is an initiation along their spiritual journey. In fact, if you are a light-worker, mystic, or healer, the chances of having a dark night of the soul are rather high. The mystical journey involves an enormous capacity to bear the truth, as you must be detached from the illusions of the physical world in order to see symbolically - so part of the tempering along that mystical path often involves difficult, life-changing dark nights. As Caroline Myss explains: lessons on the path of the mystic are lessons in physical, emotional, and spiritual loss and disempowerment, followed by rebirth to a new relationship to power. Through anguish and ecstasy, mystics gain access to Spirit that is so profound, they become capable of breathing Divine energy into ordinary words and acts, and they become able to heal others through acts of genuine love and faith. Myss believes that before this can occur, crossing over to the underworld is necessary so that the mystic can come to understand, from an experiential vantage point, the madness, darkness, sickness, disillusionment, and pain of humankind; for it is only from truly understanding an illness that the antidote is revealed.

St. John of the Cross was the first to refer to a spiritual crisis as a ‘dark night of the soul.’ He knew that because so few people can endure direct contact with heaven, God intended to strengthen them before offering them the ultimate gift of experiencing Heaven on Earth.


If you are experiencing a difficult depression or spiritual confusion that feels like a dark night of the soul, I'm here to help guide you across those trenches, through the dark, and toward the awaiting dawn. Until then, remember: this too shall pass. You will come out the other side, feeling more alive than ever before, with newfound wisdom, capacity, strength, clarity, and peace. The difficult dark night is transient, as all of existence is.
“Tenderly, I now touch all things, knowing one day we will part.”


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