I have always “known” that there is more than what our 5 senses bring to us. I’ve thirsted for knowledge about the unseen most of my life. When I was 15, I read my father’s entire shelf of “paranormal” books, further stoking the fire of my curiosity. I was especially fascinated by the channeled material. How could Edgar Cayce, knowing absolutely nothing about medicine, nor indeed the people he was reading, give such specific, detailed and accurate information about the client’s condition, and further suggest treatments that were effective but often unknown to Western medicine? How could Jane Roberts bring through Seth every time, giving us a wealth of knowledge about our lives as spirits when we are not inhabiting a body?
In the 90’s I was thrilled to find channeling was becoming more prevalent, with even more captivating and fresh information:
– Lee Carroll http://www.kryon.com
– Geoffrey Hoppe http://www.crimsoncircle.com
– Esther Hicks http://www.abraham-hicks.com
These people, and others, have been such an inspiration to me, as they are clearly bringing through the voice and love of Spirit. Time and again, I found the material to be paradigm-shifting, setting off starbursts of understanding and excitement in my being.
For most of my career I have worked in the corporate world, in the areas of accounting and computing. While I have found this at times fulfilling and enjoyable, channeling speaks to my heart and soul in a way that my corporate work never has. The joy and love I feel from the spirit beings who visit clients through me is so uplifting. And to see the radiance and relief on a client’s face after a session is the kind of reward that no amount of money can buy.
During the past 25 years, I have focused on developing my own multi-sensory abilities. I attended Arthur Findlay College in Essex, England, offering facilities unequalled anywhere in the world as a residential centre where students can experience spiritual and psychic unfolding through study and exercises guided by very advanced tutors. I also pursued many courses and workshops in Canada. Through this work, I came to understand my own unique blend of spiritual gifts, and to expand and deepen them.
In my heart of hearts, my deepest desire is to be a clear channel, bringing in new and spiritually timely information to the growing number of humans following a spiritual path.
When we finally tried channeling in classes and workshops, it turned out to be my strongest and most consistent talent, finally connecting me to my true passion. I feel I have come home!
Minerva is a nickname I was given many years ago. Minerva is the Roman goddess of wisdom and the arts. She is also closely tied to the symbol of Owl, the first animal that came to me in meditations. So it is with honour that I gladly share her name.