When I look back over my life, I can see how all has prepared me to be who I am right here, right now and I'm so grateful for every part of my life – the ups and downs – that has molded me to be who and where I am.
My life journey to specifically become an RTT™ practitioner/hypnotist began in 2013 when I came to the point where I had to “find” myself. This has been the greatest adventure of my life!
I was fortunate enough to be trained personally by Marisa Peer herself, the founder of Rapid Transformational Therapy, in 2018, and since then, I've never looked back. Having gone through RTT™ sessions myself, I understand what it feels like to feel both lost, broken, hopeless as well as experiencing the magical transformation of RTT™ itself. Upon completing the certification process, I told Marisa in 2018, “you have given me my life back and for that I will be forever grateful.”
These are the same words I hear from my clients and like Marisa, I will never grow tired of hearing that, because I know from firsthand experience the meaning and power behind those words, being set free from something invisible you've fought against for your entire life. It is liberating. There are no words that can capture or describe the freedom you feel after an RTT™ session.
In 2005, I researched the meaning of my name - first, middle, last (maiden) and nickname. I found the meanings to be bright/sunshiny, spring, one who “carts” and autumn. I also was given, by a close friend, a Hawaiian name – Kealihikeaokeanokakahiaka. The literal translation is “the bright light of the new morning” but the imagery meaning is “the beauty of the sunrise.” It's that moment when the first rays of sunlight break into the darkness of the night and shows you the way.
When I put them all together, what I understood back then was this: I take people by the hand and walk them from the autumn of their life into their spring (bypassing the winter). Little did I know back then that I will eventually step into my calling...literally.
Fast forward to now, this is exactly what I do as an RTT™ practitioner. I was created for this. I am what I do. What I do, is who I am.