Whenever I'm going through a tough time, I search for anything and everything to help me find the light. Below are some healers who may be of assistance in helping you through. Peep what resonates - leave the rest.
CHANI NICHOLAS, ASTROLOGIST + FEMINIST GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE
Chani is an intersectional feminist astrologist who makes astrology practical, approachable and useful.
She believes that what we have survived can eventually help us to thrive. Sista after my own heart!
J. CHAVAE, AYURVEDIC HEALTH COACH
J. Chavae is a doula, author, yogi, healer and ayurvedic health coach. She offers online consultations to be a mirror, help you better understand yourself and provide you with the knowledge you need to heal yourself!
Follow @jchavae on IG for daily wellness offerings.
GOODTHERAPY.ORG, FIND A THERAPIST
I am a huuuuuuuge believer in the power of professional counselling.
Having a trained professional with similar morals and values can be a game changer. I don't know where I would be today without my therapist Kim Boivin (needless to say, I think she's the shit + she does Skype calls!).
Goodtherapy.org makes it easy to find a qualified counsellor in your area. They also have free resources on grief available right on the site.
NATALIE MILES, PSYCHIC MEDIUM + INTUITIVE COACH
Natalie (aka The Psychic Upgrade) is an experienced psychic medium offering psychic readings, mediumship to reconnect with loved ones who have passed, past life regressions & intuitive life coaching.
Natalie is no doubt one of the most gifted healers I know, and offers loads of practical wisdom and insight to move through loss and/or connect with your loved ones. She's an ongoing source of support for me.
Follow @nats_miles on IG for her daily upgrade readings.
SUE HORNING, ASTROLOGIST + TAROT READER
Sue is a gifted "good witch" (as I like to call her), specializing in Bazi Destiny Analysis (Chinese Astrology), I-Ching Divination, Tarot and Feng Shui. Sue has helped me better understand myself and how to cope through career changes, caregiver burnout, car accidents, relationship woes, death etc.
After losing her dad to cancer, Sue began studying astrology as an inquiry into the interconnectedness of her relationships.
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