About Rachel

Rachel's journey to the tarot and to healing arts started with her own journey of personal and spiritual growth. During a difficult time recovering from the birth of her daughter, a teacher invited her to participate in her Process Coaching practicum. Rachel noticed that every time she spoke to this teacher she felt better. As she started experiencing Process Coaching through these sessions, she felt called to receive the training herself. She started as a practitioner in 2010 and then took the coaches training. Through Process Coaching she learned about "The Right Use of Will" books, neuro linguistic programming (NLP), hypnosis, perceptual positions, constellation work, Ho'oponopono, releasing denial energy and judgments against herself, regression for working through trauma, becoming the resourceful healer and feeling into field position, using intuition including clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience, as well as deepening her relationship with God through intentional writing/dialoguing/channeling. Rachel absolutely adores the Divine. She has done much exploring of Divine Will and the feminine Divine (the Mother) especially. She feels called to bring more focus to the Mother as part of God.


In 2019, Rachel's love of the tarot began as a desire to bring her relationship with the Divine into full color with the intention of staying out of her head and letting her intuition guide her. She took classes through Sally Dubats and found that Sally's approach was aligned with her own beliefs. The depth and beauty from the symbolism, archetypes and the art within the cards met and exceeded what Rachel was hoping to learn. She first learned on a traditional Rider-Waite deck and then soon discovered "The Light Seer's Tarot" by Chris-Anne. She fell in love with the deck and uses "The Light Seer's Tarot" for most of her readings. Rachel uses a variety of tarot decks and oracle cards. Some of her favorites oracle decks are "The Healing Waters" by Rebecca Campbell, "The Path of Light" by Anthony Salerno, "Blue Angel Oracle" by Toni Carmine Salerno, "Mother Mary Oracle" by Alana Fairchild, and "Nature's Whispers" by Angela Hartfield.