“A healer is not someone that you go to FOR healing.  A healer is someone who triggers within you your own ability to heal yourself.” – Unknown

If you have had an opportunity to start reading To the Moon and Back to Me: What I Learned from Four Running Feet, you are aware that I was given a precious gift to hear and see signs that my beloved Roo had not left my side, though she had left Earth physically.   In the last days of her life on Earth, Roo had communicated to me that the purpose of her cancer was to open a doorway in which she wanted me to walk through.   At the time I thought it was to write a book.   True to Roo’s unconditional love, she continued to show me how to see and see again.   What I have learned is that in hearing and seeing signs, I am able to in-tune not only to my dear Roo.  The Universe has given me a sacred listening gift to in-tune to the souls of others.  We all have that gift of using that inner whisper, that intuition that can hear and see without space separating us, to hear each other speak beyond the words we may say.   And, we all have gifts we can share.  I have chosen to share mine as a way to integrate hope and faith into life where hopeless and brokenness reside.

I often refer to the Universe as a maestro and each of us it’s instruments of a very beautiful orchestra (the orchestra an analogy of life).  The Universe knows how to direct a flute to play at just the right time for the harmony that the clarinet or cello or piano needs that creates the perfect song.   I have found it one of my greatest honors each time the Universe uses me as its instrument to walk beside another who is trying to find their song.  Just as Roo and the Universe co-authored To the Moon and Back to Me: What I Learned from Four Running Feet – the words were not singularly my own, I am blessed to be a voice for the Universe in the form of written or verbal words that the Universe knows a soul needs to receive.     My words provide healing.  My words inspire.    My words help another find their foothold in hope, faith, and that who they are is so very much enough for this world.   My words can also provide comfort and peace for an individual, and their family, as leaving life on Earth becomes imminent.   As you gathered from reading To the Moon and Back to Me: What I Learned from Four Running Feet, I do not see death as goodbye.  I envision ways that death can be integrated into life such that a broken heart can find it’s rhythm to beat more evenly again.

I offer written life stories.  The life stories are not only if you or someone you love is nearing the end of their life on Earth.  Written life stories are also available to aid in healing a painful chapter of your life.     I write life stories for those physically dying, either as a life in review story or letters that an individual would like as words of wisdom to pass on to loved ones.   I write life stories for those who are shedding pain from the past as they bravely chose hope and new beginnings going forward in how they desire to live.  I write stories of those who have courageously embraced hope and dignity, who have found within themselves the rhythm of their heartbeat again.  These individuals are the extraordinary individuals who inspire hope for others to find the same. Each and every story lived is not ordinary, but truly extraordinary.  And I am privileged each time a story is shared with me.

I am also available to walk beside you if you are journeying through a grieving process.  I know I can’t stop the pain.  I know I can’t begin to know what it is to walk in your shoes.  The best I can offer is compassion, understanding in knowing what it is to travel life’s road with grief, and an outstretched hand to gently hold the pieces of your broken heart as you begin to find your own inner whisper within that says hold on, pain ends.

If you are interested in a life story, or would like someone to be of support in your grieving journey, please contact me using the link below.

I look forward to our paths intersecting.

Sincerely,

-Christine

We’re all just walking each other home – Ram Dass

References and Testimonials

The stories helped validate the value and significance of patients’ and families’ existence.  We all want to know our lives mattered. Christine’s writing left a sense of satisfaction and completion as she helped people celebrate their own lives. – G. Carlson

Christine writes with intention and intuition. Her words flow in an unusual way but convey exactly what a person is and what needs to be told. I asked Christine to write my mother’s life story even though they had never met. The finished piece was amazing in its accuracy and brought my mother back to life for me if only for a few minutes. I am so very thankful to Christine for this gift of my mother’s story. Christine has a unique gift and I pray she continues to share it with others. – B. J. Ferry

Christine has a gift for being fully present with those facing death, and their loved ones.  She openly offers them a forum to share what is important, to talk about favorite memories, to laugh and to cry.  By doing so, she discovers the heart of what makes them unique, then with great thoughtfulness and care, pens a tangible, lasting legacy for loved ones to cherish.   – M. Soule

To hold a written copy of a thoughtful reflection on a life often seems more meaningful and durable than the spoken word.  People are pleased to be able to share their story with others.  G. Carlson

The letters [from their mom] will become a “bible” to the boys. – K. Goldin

Christine had an intuitive way of getting to the reality of people’s lives.  It was amazing to see how she picked up on the spiritual essence of individuals and families. Her insight was often valuable to me in preparing eulogies. – G. Carlson

I just wanted to extend to you a very special THANK YOU for your hard work at writing mom’s life story so well. I read it as you wrote it as her Eulogy at her funeral and everyone loved it and said it captured her personality, even her soul. – B. McNally

I highly recommend Christine and her skills writing Life Stories. They provide significance and peace through a difficult time. – M. Soule

I lost my best friend of 40 years.  Christine reached out and wanted to know if I’d like her to write a piece about our friendship.  I gave her information about us and she came up with a wonderful writing.  It was beautiful, and I will always be grateful to her. Christine has a special talent and I’ll use her again if the need arises.  C. Arenas

Families could pass written life stories on to younger generations, preserving the loved-one’s legacy. – G. Carlson

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