I haven’t always been involved in Priestess work. In fact, my career path was very traditional… until it wasn’t!
Years ago, I practiced law in DC. I joined the ranks of thousands of young associates with dreams of becoming an equity partner in a large law firm. Then reality set in and I realized I hated working 80 hours a week doing things that weren’t making the world a better place. I left the practice of law in 2008 and joined corporate America. I was grateful to be out of the law firm rat race and enjoyed my time working for a corporation.
Of course, helping a corporation get richer wasn’t what the Divine had in mind for me. So in August of 2008, Source stepped in and decided that it was time for me to embark on a spiritual journey.
On a hot Saturday afternoon, I found myself at a local library attending a presentation about energy hosted by a woman who channeled St. Germain. I remember staying for the first hour of her presentation where she talked about the energy field around us. I was absolutely fascinated – it made so much sense to me. I left before she channeled St. Germain during the second hour of the presentation. I still had a lot of false programming in me about channeling, and I was scared to listen to her channel.
Thankfully, I moved beyond my fears and started studying with her. I loved listening to her channel St. Germain and hear him come through her voice. I ended up studying with a number of different teachers thereafter and almost every single one of them channeled. As I grew more comfortable with channeling, I found that spending time in Nature opened up my own connection to the light beings and I could receive their guidance more strongly.
Then in May of 2012, I was meditating and Archangel Ariel came into my meditation space.
She asked me to start channeling her so we could work together. It’s funny how those things we’re drawn to (even if we’re afraid of them) become so instrumental to our lives and our Divine work!
I’ve been channeling Archangel Ariel for a few years now.
It’s my honor and privilege to work with light beings to bring back sacred knowledge to the planet.
So what about Priestess work?
I’m glad you asked! In the spring of 2015 it became clear that I’m here to help bring back the Priestesshood. Unfortunately, the Priestesshood has been all but abolished on the planet. We have come to believe that small groups of people, who claim to be enlightened and connected to Source, receive Divine guidance that tell millions or billions of us how we “should” behave. In my experience, the information that comes down from these groups is usually beneficial to them and those in their inner circle and oppressive to everyone else.
It became clear that I need to help bring the Priestesshood back to the planet so we can reclaim our sovereignty and bring us back into right relationship with Mother Earth, Mother Nature, Source, and ourselves.
It is my deepest passion and joy to channel Archangel Ariel and the other light beings she works with to help us remember our true Divine nature and restore balance on the planet.
Priestessly Facts About Me!
- I’m named after the flower Alyssum. I joke that I’m truly a flower child.
- I have a cat, Squeakers, who is one of my guides. He teaches me so much about self-care, boundaries, and love.
- I got a private tour of the Oval Office when I lived in DC. It’s absolutely beautiful – and much smaller than it looks on TV.
- On an intuitive whim, I bought a one-way ticket to Costa Rica a few years ago. I cried the entire flight there – questioning my sanity for doing such a thing. I didn’t leave my hotel room for the first 24 hours I was there – I just cried and cried. When I finally got over my tears and fears, I ventured out and fell in love with Costa Rica. I now have a desire to buy a home there.
- I received the name Priestess Paradigm in a dream. I loved it immediately. I hated it with .com though and when I thought of .earth it totally resonated.
- U2 is my favorite band. I’ve seen them 4 times in concert.
- When I lived in DC, I played kickball on the National Mall. It was incredible to play right in front of the Washington Monument.
- When I was in college, I was president of one of the largest student organizations at Indiana University. The organization, Indiana University Dance Marathon, fundraised for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. I loved helping children and giving back to the community. Today, I’m a volunteer for a nonprofit that works with children who have been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect. It’s really important to me to give back to the community in some way.
- I was fired from my first law firm job. At the time, I thought it was the end of my career. Now, I’m grateful that I’ve experienced being fired – it helped me realize that I can always find another job and it helped give me better boundaries in terms of what I’ll accept from an employer and what I won’t put up with.