My educational philosophy and outlook

First, I believe that intuition development is not supposed to be rocket science and it is supposed to be fun and easy!  You are tapping into a part of you that is already within you, and together we are simply re-discovering it.  If you are reading this it’s most likely because you curious as to What is this thing called Intuition Development? Something piqued your curiosity, and in my personal belief system it is often times because your soul is calling you back toward home.
Your spirit guides and angels and love ones are most likely shouting, YES! Finally! He or She is here!

 Second, I’m in the school of thought that everyone, with the intention of the highest good of themselves and all involved, has the potential to access their own unique inner knowing, otherwise known as Intuition. Most, if not all, students coming to my class are newbies, fresh behind the ears, and have never given a reading before.
They come from all different kinds of backgrounds and walks of life.

Also, it is easy to become hung up on the labels of medium vs. psychic vs. psychic-medium vs. empath and on and on and on. Seriously, at the end of the day the soul is beyond labels, political correctness, and certifications. If you have the desire to learn and be open, you can get it! All you have to do is show up with a desire to learn
(show up on time of course!) and let the universe take care of the rest. If this sounds like you, we could be a good fit!

Third, as a teacher, mentor, and friend, I encourage all of my students to continue seeking what else catches their curiosity, whether it be with me or other teachers in other modalities.  I would describe my teaching style as laid-back, direct, and encouraging.  Just as much as my students may learn from me, I actively acknowledge that I am very much learning from them as well. More importantly, I readily admit I don’t have all the answers, and I’m okay with that!

Lastly, my day job offers me the stability of a steady check and well-structured routine, which helps keep me grounded and present at the time when we meet together for class. My availability to support to students is not 24/7.  Part of opening to our intuition is also learning how to set boundaries with the physical and spiritual world,
and the people in both.  To trouble-shoot any issues, I encourage my students to schedule via text or telephone at a mutually agreed upon time.

I understand that what that how I teach may or may not be for everyone, but I wrote this to help you figure out if we would be a good fit.

It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.
— J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets