I'm not one for labels or spiritual identities however I understand the value of being able to point to a category to create a foundation for understanding. I most closely identify with paganism.
Essentially, as a pagan, my personal spiritual practice is nature/earth-centric and heavily influenced by my dreamtime teachers/ancestral lineage of Norse Paganism.
I was raised in a Presbyterian Church, baptized as a child and confirmed as a pre-teen. In my heart I never connected to the concept of Christianity but rather adopted a curious world view point where I studied many religions and spiritual paths believing there is no one "right" way to reach God/the divine. While I am not a Christian, per say, I hold a deep reverence for Christ, Christ consciousness, and have a particular fascination with Jesus and his relationship with Lazarus.
I have logged over 1000+ clinical hours as a Hospice Chaplain which requires a familiarity, understanding, and demonstration of competence across all faiths.
Code of Ethics
- My professional practice shall never go beyond the scope of which I am specifically trained and certified (link)
- My professional practice does not diagnosis, treat, or cure and medical disease or conditions
- My professional allied health and wellness practice is not licensed and therefore does not provide therapy services
- All support services are provided in an educational/entertainment format
- Your information is held in strict confidence with two caveats: should you inform me of intent to harm yourself or another I will be required to report to local authorities