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How to tell if you’re an Indigo Woman checklist + a meditation to help you get in-tune with your true self.

Meet Abbie

in the mountains

The Short Story

I am here to help Indigo Women who feel like they are wasting their lives to figure out what they are on this earth to do and help them go do it. I can help you remember the things that you have pushed deep down inside because someone told you that you were weird. I get it – self-preservation was important then, but you don’t need it anymore. It’s time to let it out. The world needs you.

My credentials:

  • Life Coaching Certification from the Courageous Living Coach Training Program
  • Level 2 Reiki Training
  • Landmark Education graduate
  • Master’s degree in Psychology & Special Education
  • 8 years of classroom teaching
  • 7 years of freelance writing experience
  • Years of experience with tarot cards, oracle cards, using the pendulum

The Full Story

Like many other people born in the 80s and 90s, I don’t really buy into the status quo. I want to re-write the American Dream – it’s no longer about having 2.5 kids and a white picket fence (unless that’s your thing)… it’s about showing up everyday in this world as who you really are. I believe that life is entirely too short to waste it on doing things that crush your soul. But I get it, it’s not that easy.

I grew up in a small town in the small state of Delaware. When I was a kid, I was a super hippie wannabe – I loved rocks (which I know now as crystals), the metaphysical, and completely believed in things we couldn’t see. I believed that anything was possible. In fact, I wrote former President Bill Clinton a letter and announced that I would be the first female President, and announcement I have since renounced. The one person in the world that I felt comfortable being “myself” around was my grandmother. She passed away when I was in 7th grade, and I buried that part of me deep down inside.

Fast forward to 2005. I graduated college and my boyfriend and I headed to California. I’m pretty sure that shaking up my whole world and putting myself in a completely different place gave me the freedom to rediscover who I truly was. I started traveling, too, and realized there is a whole lot more out there than our bubble here in the United States. I also got my first job, teaching preschool special education.

I eventually started getting a little antsy with teaching, so took on a part-time job at lululemon athletica. It was here that I realized that we can create our lives and have more power over our lives than we think. I went through the Landmark Education program and learned how everyone we encounter is here to teach us something. I realized how the world is a projection of our beliefs and experiences.

I remembered that just about anything was possible for my life.

Once I remembered that, I desperately wanted to find my “thing”. I wanted someone to just tell me what “it” was, so that I could start doing it. I started taking classes and exploring everything from shamanism to pendulums, tarot cards to reiki.

The problem is, no one can just tell you what you should be doing (and if they say they can, they’re lying).

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had birth chart readings and intuitive readings and they all tell me that I’m here to be a teacher and a healer, but that manifests differently in different people, so there isn’t one “way” to do it that someone can just tell you and you can then go out into the world and start doing it.

I eventually quit teaching in the classroom and have been paving my path since then. The more I make the tough decisions and say “no” to what doesn’t serve me, the more I open space for what does. I’ve also found that there isn’t really anywhere to go – that it’s a constantly evolving journey. It sounds clichéd, and trust me, I have not done it alone.

You can probably get there on your own, by reading books and taking courses, but let me tell you, working with someone can accelerate the process (and decrease the frustration that I know all too well).

Sometimes just talking to another person can help pick out things that you never even realized you were saying over and over again. Change is hard, and the people around you don’t want you to change because that changes their world. A coach can support you in making the tough decisions, even when the people around you are projecting their fears onto you.

Thanks for being here, really. If you’ve made it this far, you’re ready, and I’m waiting for you! Check out the ways we can work together (and guess what? One of the options is FREE)!