Manifesting doesn’t mean we attract all the bad shit in our lives. Some things, yeah absolutely. We held onto an unhealthy belief. But I want to make one thing very clear:

 

You did not manifest your abuse.

 

I believe in manifestation. I believe that we can create our reality. I also believe that sometimes, bad people do bad things and bad things happen to good people. That doesn’t mean you caused your abuse, or that you brought it on yourself.

 

You did not manifest your abuse.

 

Did you have a part to play? Maybe. Maybe not. I can think of a few decisions I made that if I hadn’t, I wouldn’t have been raped. But that doesn’t mean I manifested it. That doesn’t mean I consented after my first no.

 

Stepping into a different vibration is not going to make years of trauma go away instantly.

 

Healing is messy, raw, and uncomfortable. There are tons of emotions that need to be processed when dealing with mental health and trauma. There is a range of emotions that we’re *supposed* to feel: Anger, sadness, rage, betrayal, hurt, abandoned, worthless, undeserving, and so many more complex emotions that are an important part of healing.

 

These feelings aren’t meant to be skipped over. There’s really no way around them. Healing takes years, even when you’re using magic and energy work. What I do is give women the tools to help heal in the long term and cope in the short term. By cope, I mean working through issues as they come up while still functioning throughout life.

 

On any given day, I can get stuck in a flashback. I may not be able to get out of bed. I could have a crippling anxiety attack. These things aren’t going to be resolved by raising my conscious. There is inner work to be done. That’s where I help you.