My interest in Jungian psychology is born of my home Hawaii, a land of great beauty and native wisdom, where life is deeply intertwined with nature and its rhythms.
Here, in this magical place alive with the sacred Feminine, I lost both my siblings at a tender age. This early trauma cultivated empathy and inspired my passion to explore the mysteries of life and death through the prism of women’s stories. I became passionate about integrating dreams, indigenous wisdom, new science, epistemology, and the imaginal realm to unlock feminine power.
As I dove deeper into the profession, I became increasingly aware that psychology did not value women or take their experiences, perspectives, inclusive thinking and feeling, or their spiritual wisdom into account.