EIGHT YEARS AGO
I began a journey six years ago to find myself after two decades in the field of advertising. Something had changed within me. My creativity had blatantly manifested, front and center, and it would not be subdued. So I began to draw the human figure, to paint, to silkscreen, to explore encaustic, and to examine how our bodies are the temples for our souls. As I looked at my loved ones and the beings around me that fascinated me in such a variety of ways, I began to examine my spirituality via philosophy and hypnotherapy, and to realize that the mystery of life is the grandest adventure of all.
During this intense exploration, a crises happened within our family. I used hypnotherapy to solve the grief that wracked me, and it enabled me to help the rest of my family. It was such a spectacular therapy for dealing with the subconscious that I decided to train in it. My purpose in life was at last revealed: combining my art with helping my fellow men & women discover who they really are–a reaching out to the world, a touching of humanity, and a gift from the divine to grace me with the love and understanding of its force.