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Even as a child, I knew I wanted to do something with health and healing. At first, I wanted to be a nurse, because my first foster mom was a nurse, and she made people feel better. Then our family moved to an old house, with a huge field on the property, where my best friend and I would play "archaeologist" and "dig for buried treasure". One such day, we uncovered a cows jawbone! It was the neatest thing I'd ever seen. I was hooked, that's when I decided that I wanted to be an archaeologist (for real)... right?
All "daydreams" aside, and the "real world" looming over my head, I became a dental assistant. That worked for a while, but it didn't give me any outlet for my heart-centered need to help people, or to "dig" like I imagined as a child. One might say fate intervened, I'd say "be careful what you wish for" because in August of 2016, feeling stretched a little thin at the dental job, I remember thinking to myself: "I'm going to have to get hit in the head to finally realize that this, is not the job for me anymore." Well, 3 months later, on an icy night, taking out the trash at work... Wham!
Talk about mysterious ways! A concussion, TBI, depression and other injuries, put an end to a 30 year career. "Ok, now what?" you might ask. I'll tell you what; a bunch of therapy, physical and otherwise, road bumps galore, but friends and family who are rock solid, helped me find my way back to hope and trust. Then, for Christmas 2017, my Godmother gave me Dr. Bradly Nelsons book, The Emotion Code. I read the book, started applying his techniques to myself and a few friends and family members, low and behold, I was propelled back to my childhood and that "hooked" feeling, here was the window I'd been waiting for when the door closed on my former career. In January 2018, I "went back to school" to become certified in this amazing healing modality. Now, here I am, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Because, if you think about it, that little girl who; first wanted to become a nurse, to help people be healthy, and then wanted to be an archaeologist and dig for buried treasure, grew up to find something that would let her do both!
My inner child, is so proud!