A nurtured religious childhood gave me love and stability, then with a desire for independence and money I left school and began my work-life. Career after career was accomplished and then left behind as my need for change continued to keep my mind active. As the years rolled by I married and became a mum. This lead to another opportunity to change direction, so after the birth of my son I went back to education and achieved a first class honours degree in primary education.
Little was I aware at the time when I chose to live in a rural county in England that the house move was to change not only my lifestyle but my life. I was born in the neighbouring county and never felt the urge to live in the bustle of city life. Family, green fields and animals were my whole purpose until, one day, ~that Life Changing experience~ lead me to perceive my whole reality in a totally different way. I needed help. I turned to the why question – Why Me? My quest for answers and understanding led me to who I am today. I am an individual and in control of my life. I am here sharing my ‘How to’ with you. I learnt about myself and how much control I had over every aspect of my life and possibly more importantly what I could do to initiate change.
Changing one aspect in many ways had a domino effect, releasing an emotional default in one area positively affected another. This drove the analytical me to question further and explore what else was possible. I let go of limitation and beliefs that held me and life became easy. I developed my awareness of energy and formulated my technique, Emotional Release (ER) that releases the negative emotional patterns that are often hidden. Sharing my understanding and processes with others lead me to write my book, ‘It Will Come To You’, and formulate the workshops and processes to empower others. My passion is to support You to feel better and change any aspect of your life, easily and instantly.
I was brought up in the beautiful countryside of Herefordshire and from an early age I was interested in animals, large or small I wasn’t worried and it wasn’t long before an avenue for my passion of farming and the outdoors presented itself. I learned new skills and gained new friendships on a farm near where I grew up. As a result, I went to agricultural college where I completed several courses and worked on numerous farms. I was hooked with a passion that didn’t feel like work.
During this time, I met and married my husband who although didn’t work in agriculture supported me unconditionally. As time passed and after the birth of my two beloved boys it became increasing difficult to sustain the hours that farming demanded. My life changed. Being a stay at home mum brought the love of family life but I missed the farm and I missed work. I retrained as a teaching assistant in a primary school, a vocation that suited my lifestyle.
I am a firm believer “that things happen for a reason” and one day in 2013 whilst at school a colleague came to me and asked if I would like to join her at an event she was attending. Although we were not friends out of school something sparked an interest in me and I accepted her invitation; little did I know at the time that this would be the start of the next step in my life. I was not aware that I was actually looking for anything more in life but it soon became apparent that I was now on a path that was not only interesting but I found myself being able to help people to feel better.
The “chance meeting” some would call it with Di became an instant friendship that felt as if we had known each other for far longer than we have; we were on the same wavelength, we just clicked. Di taught me how to let go of things that I didn’t even realise were holding me back; I learnt how I was in control of my life and how to achieve what I want to do with ease and prosperity. There is no such thing as coincidence for me, I believe that if you are meant to meet someone you will. I followed my intuition that day in 2013, it ignited a deeper understanding within me, I was asked in 2015 and eagerly accepted the offer to become part of Supporting Change, and I’ve not looked back.